A Line of Horrors in Berlin

GOV: Last weekend a demonstration was staged in Berlin to speak out on behalf of Germans who have been slaughtered by migrants since 2015, or who have been traumatized by cultural enrichment in other ways.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for translating the video below, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling. The translator includes these introductory notes:

An event called the “Line of Horrors” was organized in Berlin on Saturday January 19th memorializing all the victims of migrant crime since 2015. It took place at 11:30am in front of the federal chancellery.

The woman reading victims’ stories is Brigitte Poisson. The other man speaking is named Jürgen Richert.

The man being interviewed at the beginning goes by the name Robert V., a.k.a. Robert Einzelfall (“Isolated Incidents”). watch

7 Comments on A Line of Horrors in Berlin

  1. They murdered the European Jewry and then later rrplaced them with third-world Muslims. It is hard for me to feel sorry for the Germans:

  2. There is a void left in the hearts of countries from Russia to the U.K. after the unprecedented butchery of WWI and II. Any more war was unthinkable (understandably) but they sold themselves to the comfortable lie that “now we know better” and so bigger, interconnected governments could be trusted to be their salvation. They willingly believed it, jumped at it, and all they had to give up in exchange was exactly everything that mattered and had to be preserved at all cost. That’s why they’re nothing but empty shells now.

    Some say the lights are going out in Europe but the lights were extinguished some time ago. It took decades in every meaningful sense, they’ve already ceased to exist. Bold remnants remain among some of their peoples but most are walking ghosts.

  3. It’s too bad that people have to bear witness to the dead and injured on a first name basis, and that an appeal to basic justice, good versus evil, isn’t motivation enough. This has been going on in Germany for far too long. The concept of collective “guilt” over past wrongs is not just unproductive — it is lethal and, apparently, the good people of Germany would rather place their most vulnerable as sacrificial lambs, their burnt offerings, on the altar of political correctness in order to appease the gods in their attempt to pay down the debt of their collective guilt. How will they know when that debt has been retired?

  4. The German problem started in the early ’70’s with the importation of Turkish Moslems ‘to do the jobs Germans wouldn’t do.’ The imports never assimilated and were a drain on the economy. Then the economy tanked and Germany wanted rid of the Turks but couldn’t oust them. More and more poured into the countryto the point where the Sultan Tayyip thinks he has a say in German government. The Germans have not chosen their leadership very wisely.

  5. @Geeknerd January 23, 2019 at 9:09 pm

    > God YHWH punished Germany by leaving half of it under the heel of Soviet communism for 70 years.

    What god do we blame for the other half being under the heel of American communism?

  6. Anonymous, you’re correct. God isn’t punishing any nation or people today. Soon, but not yet.

    Satan, for now, is the god of this present world system. It’s all on him.


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