If you thought the British police showed little backbone when confronted by a Muslim mob, you should see how German police respond. As Muslims cheer, German police force a man to remove an Israeli flag from his window. Given their history, one would think that the Germans would be more careful about taking rights away from Jewish citizens.
****UPDATE**** German police apologize here. (Matthew, could you translate a little of this short piece? I'm sure it would be more accurate than my translation.)
Congratulations Germany. You are well on your way to becoming Dhimmi.
David, how did you know the police were involved?
I read it in the comments section of the video.
What! No "propaganda" charges from Muslims?
NAKDIMON SAID: "What! No "propaganda" charges from Muslims?"
Not yet. Perhaps our Muslim friends realize that the "propaganda" defense is getting old. They used it when thousands of Muslims led a violent march in London. They also used it when we saw that a Muslim kindergarten class celebration was based on the students learning to kill infidels. They used it when people took hidden cameras into UK mosques and discovered that violence and hatred were being preached. And they used it pretty much every time I've ever posted a video about Muslims. How convincing are "propaganda" charges going to be after all this?
German politicians tried for years to interact with muslims. All we got was "What Islam isn't". Progress was close to zero.
Here is my translation... regards...
President Rolf Cebin Police apologized for the removal of two Israeli flags at the demonstration last Saturday in Duisburg. "I deeply regret that emotions - especially Jewish fellow citizens - were injured.
The removal of the flags is from today's perspective, the wrong decision. The situation was very heated and the officers wanted to damage by the parties, including the apartment owners, avert. They have the best of intentions in a tricky situation under considerable time pressure acted to get out of their sight to avoid an escalation.
After all, what I know today, I would have resolved the situation differently, in order to avoid an escalation. The public outcry, I understand. As police chief I assume the responsibility for the deployment. We will prepare intensively for him. "
Thanks for the translation. Hopefully the German police will learn from this incident and not make the same mistake again.
I am actully rather happy they did that. Good for them. If I was in germany I would have thrown a rock into that window. It was the safe thing to do for those folks living in the house.
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