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Default German officials present plan to combat anti-Semitic violence, far-right extremism

German officials present plan to combat anti-Semitic violence, far-right extremism

Interior officials have presented measures to fight extremism following last week's synagogue shooting. Proposed measures included extra protection for synagogues and fast-tracking investigations of anti-Semitic crime.


Interior ministers' plan

Seehofer and his colleagues released a 10-point plan for addressing extremism on Friday.

Identify networks, individuals: Coordinate federal and state intelligence and develop a strategy for observing and addressing potential far-right terror cells online and offline.

Expand cooperation: Allow police and intelligence to work more closely to share arrest information and coordinate activities as part of a task force against right-wing extremism.

Protect synagogues: Have officials liaise with Jewish representatives to secure places of worship, including posting officers outside, as is the case in many cities across Germany.

Utilize bans on associations: Enforce existing prohibitions on organizations whose philosophies and/or actions run contrary to German law, and identify new groups to target with such measures.

Prohibit extremist events: Identify sporting gatherings, concerts and cultural affairs that are primarily cover for far-right and anti-Semitic networking and celebration, and prevent them from occurring.

Legal flexibility: Adapt laws to monitor and disrupt extremist communications; require networks and platforms to delete illegal content and host servers in the EU; evaluate hate speech and weapons prohibitions.

Ensure adequate resources: Federal and state governments should allocate all within their means to law enforcement and intelligence to prevent further anti-Semitic attacks.

Expedite cases: Handle investigations of anti-Semitic crime as quickly as possible, and initiate without delay a requirement for platforms to report prohibited content.

Targeted prevention: Launch de-radicalization programs developed in cooperation with Jewish groups.

No extremism in public service: Identify far-right members of government agencies, as well as intelligence, law enforcement and the military.
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What are the chances that these measures to fight "extremism" will be abused and used to silence and persecute anyone and everyone who protests the globalist devastation of Germany? Not only those who act violently or who promote violence, but also those who only speak out and protest peaceably?

i'd say about 100%.


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