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France Revolution Spreads To Germany As Riot Police Deployed

Revolution spreads to Germany as riot police deployed

The recent and ongoing revolutionary protests in France have spilled over to Germany over the weekend, with thousands of people taking to the streets of Berlin.

Over 1,800 police were called to battle citizens in what has been called the most “aggressive” and “violent” protest Germany has seen in recent years.

Zerohedge.com reports:

Protesters were throwing bottles, cobblestones and fireworks, as well as they destroyed cars in addition to attacking police officers. It appears at least 3,500 rioters took part in the uprising and possibly more than 4,000.

The protest is against police operations and involved mostly young people who have risen up against the police operations in the Riga street area. Protesters wore black hoods carrying banners with slogans like “Riga defend 94” and “Housing solidarity against state terror.”

The demonstration went on with the crowd chanting repeatedly: “Bullenschweine get out of Riga!” Demonstrators were throwing firecrackers and police fired back with tear gas. The police also called in air support using helicopters and they had to call in for reinforcements from Bavaria, Brandenburg, Lower Saxony, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and the Federal Police.

Interior Senator Frank Henkel (CDU) announced that the police will also be present at night after the demonstration, so riots and arson attacks should be stopped…calling the riot a “leftist orgy of violence.”

With September’s elections looming we suspect the tensions will only get worse.

  • Drew Rick

    I don’t live in Berlin but I know the street and judging from the slogans, this is clearly about a building that has been occupied by a commune since the fall of the Berlin wall. It seems the squatters that have been grandfathered-in for the last 25-odds years are being pushed out by police and in response are protesting. It’s unlikely this is related to protests in France or the upcoming German election.