1, Protestors in France brutally attack police during a protest against police brutality where a police car is smashed and set on fire.
“Insults and incitement to hatred are almost normality in many public comment sections,” Stiftung Warentest wrote in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
In an attached image, the consumer organization – more usually known as the gold standard of reviewing for everything from cars to bank accounts – illustrates a number of examples, along with the fines their authors eventually received.
(Be nice if one of these totalitarian freaks went to a history class)
Another exception was “Hate Speech”. The Weimar republic did have quite modern anti-hate speech laws, and they were the basis for numerous prosecutions against leading nazis, with convictions that included jail time
The celebration of Berlin’s annual Carnival of Culture was overshadowed by similar incidents to what took place in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.
Police initially said there had been two victims of sexual assault when the festival concluded Monday. Police spokesman Thomas Neuendorf announced the number had grown to eight victims Tuesday, as more women have come forward.
“All the women described the perpetrators as young men with a Mediterranean appearance,” Neuendorf said, adding that some women were “significantly battered” had been crying while getting sexually assaulted. (RELATED: NYE Sex Assault Scandal Grows To Three Other Countries, More German Cities)