The Stuttgart Riots – A Plausibly Deniable War Game

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.

source, plus additional video material (includes the footage used):
https://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article210041549/Stuttgart-16-Jaehrigem-wird-versuchter-Totschlag-vorgeworfen.html

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Court rules that Stuttgart must ban diesel engines from city centre

Everybody talks about discrimination. Yet, what if you happen to be poor and you are still driving a long-living Diesel car? Is disposing old cars more friendly to the environment than the reduction of emissions that we are talking about? Is this messure really about protecting our health or about protecting the car manufacturers? Didn’t Merkel already shell out tax money in 2008 to ensure the disposal of old cars? Since when are German car manufacturers so uncompetitive that such drastic means have become necessary?

An administrative court ruled on Friday in favour of Stuttgart banning old diesel cars to decrease pollution, much to the dismay of the state’s auto industry.

via Court rules that Stuttgart must ban diesel engines from city centre — The Local

German Car Makers Collaborated for Years to Betray the Public

Then come the Corleones, the Camorra, the Yakuza, the Sinaloa Cartel, etc. German car makers Volkswagen (VW), Audi, Porsche, BMW and Daimler secretly worked together from the 1990s onwards on issues including polluting emissions from diesel vehicles, news magazine Der Spiegel reported on Friday. VW, facing tens of billions of dollars in compensation and fines […]

via VW, Audi, Porsche, Daimler, BMW… — Observing Hermann

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