One of the leaders of Alternative for Germany party (AfD) has become the first person to be denied the right of free speech under draconian new censorship laws designed to prevent anybody telling the truth about immigrant crime in Germany . The Powers That Be claim the new laws are necessary to curtail what they call "hate speech", yet are not silencing Muslim extremists who are calling on young Muslim immigrants to rape and kill Germans. The new laws seem to decree that whatever some immigrants complains about is "hate speech," while gang rape of Europeans by Muslim migrants is "multiculturalism."
Social networking site Twitter froze the account of Beatrix von Storch, saying she had violated "hate speech" rules, after the politician tweeted her indignation at a New Year’s greeting issued in Arabic by the Cologne Police.
"What the hell is happening in this country? Why is an official police site tweeting in Arabic? Do you think it is to appease the barbaric, gang-raping hordes of Muslim men?" wrote von Storch, the deputy leader of the AfD party.
Cologne, you may remember, was the scene of mass rapes and sexual assaults on European women by Muslim men during the annual New Year celebrations. The Daily Stirrer reported at the time, a wave of mass sexual assaults, gang rapes and looting by mostly Muslim migrants during the 2015-2016 New Year’s Eve celebrations shocked Germany, although the authorities and mainstream media continued to deny there had been any trouble for several months. Similar incidents also occurred in Hamburg, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart and Bielefeld. Police acknowledged in a leaked document that some 1,200 women were sexually assaulted throughout Germany in the course of the New Year celebrations, and eventually German government officials were forced to admit the crimes were committed by Muslim immigrants.
On New Year’s Day this year, Ms. von Storch’s account was shut down for 12 hours in response to Cologne police filing a criminal complaint against her for alleged hate speech.
Once her account was unfrozen, the Bundestag member announced that her Facebook account had also been censored.
"This is the end of the rule of law," she wrote, posting the message she received from Facebook administrators.
In her censored Facebook message, Ms. von Storch said that Germany is "a free country where we can call barbarians by their name. Even if they are Muslims. (I refer to those against whom we are now setting up safe spaces for German women, because the state can no longer guarantee them security outside women only areas)."
The parliamentarian was referring to a new measure taken to protect German women from assault during the New Year’s celebrations. This year a special "safe zone" for women was created at the annual New Year’s Eve party in front of Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate at the request of the Berlin police. Segregation of men and women my be normal in Muslim controlled third world shitholes, but it has no place in civilized European countries.
The German government passed its Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz (NetzDG) law at the end of June 2017 but gave social networks until the end of 2017 to prepare themselves for its enforcement. NetzDG targets social networks and media sites with more than two million members, such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
The law requires social media sites to monitor and immediately remove any hate speech, fake news and illegal material, or face fines. NetzDG gives the networks 24 hours to act after complaints of offensive material have been filed.
Obviously, the new censorship system works outside the rule of law, with no formal investigation into the charges and no opportunity for the accused to defend themselves. In the case of Ms. Von Storch, it was sufficient for the Cologne police to complain to Twitter and Facebook in order for the social media giants to shut down her accounts.