There are articles like the following, which just tried to highlight the antisemitic attack of that 20 years old idiot. And brushed the attacked of
the cops away with "mistake", "regrettable incident" etc:
Israeli professor attacked by Palestinian in Germany
I have to leave a link to an article in the Zeit Online, because of the comments. For those that can read german, you will see that more than 90%
ofthe commentators say that this gang behaviour of the german police is "more than normal". Some write down their experiences. And many say that
before a jewish profesoor from the "U"SA was victim of the german police brutality, nobody cared for the avergae german victims. They all were just
"left conspiracy nuts which hate the state". I have even my own story that ende with a broken arm for me, but later.
First the Link
Sure, nobody knows if the comments there are all true, but people that have relatives working at the police say that even racism and rightist thinking
are ordinarily things, within "our friends and partners". I once ended up with a face full of tear gas and later a broken arm, just because i asked if
the wrong music is palying and maybe too much people with black hairs are in the location.
One room was full of Thais we didn´t know, but nice people, i was in their room because our party was beginning a bit later. In both rooms was a
country music party the whole day before, doors were open and music blasted out of the location. No police, nothing. Not long after one of our DJ´s
started to play HipHop music(the main entrance door was even closed now, and it is a soundprrof music club, since more than 30 or 40 or more years)
while i was in the other room next door, drinking some whatever with the Thais, five or six cops in combat uniforms stormed into the club and behaved
like the GeStaPo, allegedly the musioc suddenly was too loud.
Maybe i should had been qiuet, but what, this isn´t Nazi-Germany anymore, we didn`do nothing wrong. We payed rent for the room in that club and did
what people do in music clubs, listening to music, dancing, drinking. And there were maybe just 15 people on our party yet. That´s why i was next
door and asked the cops:
"What is your problem, wrong music and too many black hairs in here?"
Bang, they emptied a full bottle of pepper spray in my face and the whole room, hit me several times, dragged me up the stairs, giving me no chance to
run by myself. Then the cop threw me on the hood of the police car, pushed my right on my back, up, till it broke. Then they called an ambulance, said
something to the crew of the ambulance, something i couldn´t hear. And left, never seen again. No chance to get their names, police ID numbers or
similiar. My arm needed a surgery, i had to stay several days in hospital.
Since that day i know what i have to think of "our" police. But everytime somebody tells such a story, his or her story, people say: "Ah, own fault",
"individual cases" etc.
It´s sad that first a victim needed to be jewish, working in the "U"SA as a professor at a university, so that this problem becomes public. It´s a
problem when your police is "almighty", in the eyes of the "justice". The police can do whatever they want, if the attack for no reason, you will end
up in front of cort, because of "Civil disorder", "Resistance against enforcement officers". Remeber, after they attacked YOU! And you will lose in
front of court, in 99% of the cases. Because "justice" and itßs right arm, the police, are parts of the same gang.