Thirteen Munich police officers face anti-Semitic charges

Five officers were suspended and eight others transferred to other duties amid an investigation into accusations that they shared two YouTube videos with “possible anti-Semitic” content and an image of swastika graffiti in a local park. Last week, the Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung alleged that a right-wing extremist network had formed in the Frankfurt police force.

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2 thoughts on “Thirteen Munich police officers face anti-Semitic charges

  • Mar 16, 2019 @ 17:39 at 17:39

    I wonder if these police officers know what a Jew is – after all – their grandparents and great-grandparents were the ones who wiped out Jews from Germany and all of Europe (law-abiding citizens who contributed the very best to Europe in important and productive ways). Now the new generation allows Jew-hating Muzzies in record numbers and these people are only compatible with German extremists in their common hatred for humanity and western society. It is a temporary alliance of hatemongers but they will be at each other before too long. That’s what happens when antisemites take over power – they end up destroying civilization.

  • Mar 16, 2019 @ 19:19 at 19:19

    Germans are anti-Semetic?

    Surely you jest? (*dripping sarcasm)

    They invented “Untermenschen” with no help from anyone.


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