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The Federal Ministry of Economics takes action against a video of right -wing extremists, which Minister Robert Habeck (Greens) represents as a culprit in a process for the sanction policy of his party. “We reported the video on Facebook so that it is checked and deleted according to the Network Enforcement Act. We also check the facts legally, ”the ministry said on Monday on request.
In the video, which was initially found on Monday in at least one telegram channel of the Qanon catering movement, a man becomes in a red-orange prisoner suit, with a sack over his head and in handcuffs in shown a vehicle. The person should obviously represent Habeck. You can hear a voice that announces a supposed verdict: "You, Robert Habeck, are convicted of 16 weeks of pillory on the local marketplace."
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At the end of the video, a demonstration in Heidenau near Dresden is advertised in which a habeck is advertised -Charter should be placed in a pillory. The online portal "TAG24" first reported about it.Nancy Faeser also complains about the threat of Karl Lauterbach
Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Faeser (SPD) said on Monday during a visit to the Federal Police in Sankt Augustin near Bonn that the development is worried. “It was also very worried to me when colleague Karl Lauterbach was threatened. It is a lot of hatred and rush right now on the net, and that has to get you. (...) The peaceful protest stops where others are threatened as now by my colleague Robert Habeck. ”According to the public prosecutor's office in Dresden, there is an investigation in this case. The call to a crime is a criminal offense. The spokesman for the Dresden public prosecutor, Steve Schulze-Reinhold, said there was an initial suspicion. It is checked whether it is a crime. The video is evaluated.
GOP's links to extremism surface in congressional primary
WASHINGTON (AP) — A congressional candidate whose compelling personal story of military valor and unfathomable loss helped him win former President Donald Trump's support has connections to right-wing extremists, including a campaign consultant who was a member of the Proud Boys. Republican Joe Kent, who is challenging U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington state in the Aug. 2 primary, has also courted prominent white nationalists and posed recently for a photograph with a media personality who has previously described Adolf Hitler as a “complicated historical figure” who “many people misunderstand.
The Saxon Constitutional Protection announced on request with a view to the planned campaign in Heidenau: “As an early warning system, it is our duty to expose the extremist basic tone of such campaigns. This is not about factual criticism, but about the abuse of the general freedom of assembly for an extremist action protected by the constitution. ”You can only warn concerned citizens of protesting side by side with right -wing extremist to let.Right -wing extremists have discovered energy crisis as a topic
The right -wing extremist small Saxon has recently made on Monday demonstrations in Heidenau againstincreasing energy prices
mobile. However, according to the city, the encouragement has so far been limited. At such events, no more than 40 to 50 people came, it said. It is an essential part of the strategy of extremists to take up topics in both the real world and in the virtual world that dominate political discourse or touched large parts of the population, the constitutional protection said. This included the emergingenergy crisis and its episodes
as well as the already rampant inflation. According to the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, the right -wing extremists with the new topic of energy crisis has not yet succeeded. Extremist parties such as the Free Saxons tried to benefit from the fear of social relegation of citizens or the "social explosives" through increasing living costs. (dpa)
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