This 1 June 2019 video says about itself:
Germany: Counter-protest dwarfs neo-Nazi march in Chemnitz
Far-right activists were met with scores of counter-protesters as they marched through Chemnitz on Saturday, marking ‘The Day of the German Future.’ Around 250 neo-Nazi protesters marched through the city centre, carrying flags of Imperial Germany and shouting xenophobic slogans such as ‘Germany for Germans, foreigners out‘. The protest was countered by around a 1,300-strong rally who attempted to disrupt the march, even scuffling with the police at one point. Despite tensions, an escalation was averted.
It took YouTube more than a week to take action against a propaganda video on its site produced by the Atomwaffen Division (AWD) — the neo-Nazi terrorist organization under FBI investigation and linked to five murders in the United States: here.
It took YouTube a lot less time to censor a non-violent anti-fascist video.
Germany Shooter ‘Would Have Killed More People’ With Access To Better Guns. The man accused of shooting two people to death in Halle, Germany, this week shares a lot of characteristics with American mass shooters: He’s a bigot with delusions of grandeur, and is part of an online community that fervently supports his hate. But there’s one thing that set him apart: here.
How the German synagogue shooter’s manifesto follows a far-right playbook [Vice]
Jury hangs on hate crime charges against racist New Jersey police chief [HuffPost]
A far-right candidate jolts the Canadian election [New York Times]