On September 13th, multiple detailed bomb construction manuals, doxxed home addresses of politicians (mostly AfD) and a blatant call to murder was published on Indymedia. The site can be accessed anonymously, but this specific post is now made accessible for subscribed users only. However, I found it archived in the google cache.
Three nights in a row squatters in Leipzig have engaged in fights with the police. While BLM are Marxists under the hood, these people are open communists who fight property. And, of course, they do so by occupying property. They also happen to hate gentrification, but they may postpone squatting until after renovations are completed. The houses are just unused anyway, or renovated, which is worse in their view because it makes the neighbourhood expensive. Why are you so critical? Who is it hurting anyway outside of the owner who is losing his retirement income or the businesses that would profit from a “gentrification” of the hood. The writings of the protest organisers exposes them. I run you through in the video.
In the night from Saturday to Sunday hundreds of feral rogues ravaged the city of Stuttgart. Many used baseball bats even though the sport is not popular in Germany. Where did they come from? Did they fight against racism? For the communist revolution? For Allah? For fun? Possibly all of it. Nobody admits to have organised anything, but their actions clearly look orchestrated.
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On Saturday, the 2nd November, hooligans, Socialist squatters and “pacifist” protesters attacked the police force in Berlin in a crazy street fight. About forty officers were wounded, cars were burnt, windows smashed, and security guards at a nearby building compound physically attacked. While the German media is occupied with their anti-Trump obsession, the feral communists published details of the violence of which they are more than proud. The squatters were the most aggressive of all participants, but their wounded are in the “one digits.” Looking into the squatting scene, it strikes me that they tend to get away with little to no repercussion most of the time. Moreover, their demands are met by a tiring environment. And because violence pays off and cheap rent contracts plus paid janitors and guards are often its result, it comes as no surprise that demands for open borders are a staple, and particularly so since the year 2012. The most infamous squatter occupation is the Riga Street in Berlin (Rigaerstraße/Rigaerstrasse/Rigaer Street) where the street battle took place.