Neonazis, including policemen, plot murder of German leftists

This video from the USA says about itself:

Undercover Nazi Michael German: Police Inaction Encourages White Nationalist Groups | MSNBC

13 August 2017

As a former undercover Nazi for the FBI, Michael German relates his covert experiences to the outbreak of white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, VA, this week.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

In the German state Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, police have invaded the homes and workplaces of two right-wing extremists, including a police officer. The Public Prosecutor believes that they were planning to kidnap and kill left-wing politicians.

The suspects are said to have been afraid that Germany’s refugee policy would destroy the country. According to the public prosecutor, they therefore stored food and ammunition and had begun preparing for abductions.

“The suspects wanted to seize the dreaded crisis to kidnap politicians from the left-wing spectrum and kill them with their weapons” stated a of justice department statement. The men are said to have made a list of potential victims.

Other incidents

The suspect police officer worked in Ludwigslust town, about 150 kilometers northwest of Berlin. According to the Ministry of the Interior of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, disciplinary measures have been taken against him.

The German public prosecution service has also searched people who are not themselves suspects but who were in contact with the suspects. One of them also works at the police.

8 thoughts on “Neonazis, including policemen, plot murder of German leftists

  1. Tuesday 29th August 2017

    by Ben Chacko

    Far right in police and army ‘must be tackled’

    ONE of two unnamed individuals arrested in Germany for possession of weaponry and a “kill list” of prominent leftwingers was a police officer, the Morning Star understands.

    Federal prosecutors carried out searches of the suspects’ homes in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania yesterday.

    The pair were seized after arousing suspicion by buying ammunition for weapons they had obtained legally and had been discussing “refugee and migration policy,” which they claimed would lead to the “collapse of public order,” via online chat groups.

    Authorities said they saw “an opportunity to hold and kill representatives of the leftwing political spectrum.”

    Die Linke MP Martina Renner slammed “agitation against the left” and has asked authorities to say how long they have been in possession of the killlist and whether the individuals on it have been told.

    Berlin politician Oliver Hoeffi nghoff, a former Pirate Party activist who is now in Die Linke, said: “After nazi groups in the armed forces they now have criminals in the police. Surprised? No.”

    An army lieutenant was arrested in the spring for terrorist activities, suspected of planning a false flag attack which would be blamed on Syrian refugees.

    The Greens’ Monika Herrmann has called on Interior Minister Thomas de Maizieres to explain how he will deal with “right-wing forces in the police and the army.”

    Stefan Huth, editor of the German socialist newspaper Junge Welt, told the Morning Star that compiling lists of leftwingers to attack had a long history on the far right and that federal investigators had to get involved because of suspected links between fascists and local police forces.

    “It is not the first case,” he said, pointing to similar concerns over a probe into racist attacks in Saxony last year.

    Criminologist Tobias Singelnstein has voiced fears that there is “a touch of the deep state” in the latest case and said a serious investigation into right-wing terror should not focus on “the nazi scene, but on the police, the lawyers, the politicians.”

    Mr Huth warned that authorities were using a false equivalence between fascist and anti-fascist movements to clamp down on the left, with an independent website,, having been banned on Friday — a ban “justified by lies.”

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