Everybody’s Doing It These Days

Another import from evil US-Amerika that one absolutely, positively has to have?

Riot

Germany: Riots and looting grip Stuttgart – The southwestern German city has seen a night of rioting and looting, with several police officers injured as hundreds of people took to the city center. “The situation is completely out of control,” the police said.

The media is still pretending not to know who is behind it although everybody in their right minds who aren’t on the left already know.

Teile der linken Szene überschreiten hier gerade Linien, was wir für Stuttgart bisher so nicht gekannt haben.”

Anti-Racism Protests Spread To Beijing, Havanna And Pyongyang

Just kidding. But they have spread to Berlin and London, of course.

Protest

Clearly obsessed with the country they love to hate… Outcry over the killing of George Floyd has gone international, with people taking to the streets in Berlin and London to show solidarity with US protesters. In Germany, soccer stars wore T-shirts and knelt in support.

Not terribly original but, hey. It’s the thought that counts.

#IchbinAntifa

“I am Antifa?” Then you might just be a “terrorist” soon, too.

Antifa

The hashtag #IchbinAntifa (“I am Antifa”) began trending on Twitter in Germany on Sunday after US President Donald Trump said he was considering labeling the group a terrorist organization.

Antifa, which is short for anti-fascists, is a loose network comprised of radical left-wing activists that confront right-wing extremists, neo-Nazi groups and white supremacists.

On Saturday, the US president said that the new classification “would make it easier for police to do their jobs,” and dubbed the anti-fascist group “gutless radical left wack jobs.”

Well, these anti-fascist folks might not be terrorists but they certainly have major issues (their obsession with violence, for one thing). I like what author Douglas Murray has to say about them: The demand for fascists vastly outstrips the actual supply. The further fascism recedes into history the more self-proclaimed anti-fascists call people fascist who aren’t fascist, a cost-free exercise bringing personal and political advantage.