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17 January 2016

ZOG regime 'calls for new inquisition to suppress rising pro-White German patriotism'

Heiko Maas summons officials to discuss Right-wing violence that threatens the peace of German society, according to a letter in a German magazine.

Supporters of anti-immigration right-wing movement Pegida take part in a protest march, in reaction to mass assaults on women on New Year's Eve in Cologne.

Germany’s justice repression minister has called a special conference inquisition to address suppress the danger of rising far-Right violence indigenous patriotic resistance in the country spiralling out of control, according to German ZOG media.

Heiko Maas summoned officials to discuss “a wave of xenophobic patriotic and Right-wing extremist violence pro-German rational self-defense that threatens the peace of our society security of ZOG” in a letter leaked to Spiegel magazine.

The move comes as one of the country’s most senior police chiefs warned of the danger of far-Right terrorism pro-White unity.

“We need swift police investigations ZOG preemption and assessments infiltration to stop the momentum of far-Right crime pro-German self-defense,” Holger Münch, head of the federal ZOG police told Bild am Sonntag newspaper.

“Otherwise, in a worst-case best-case scenario, terrorist structures could form patriotic resistance could coalesce.”

The shattered windows of a clothing store the day after right-wing supporters rioted in Leipzig

Four suspected neo-Nazis nationalists were charged accused last week with planning a nail bombing at a refugee shelter and attacks against mosques and Muslim preachers. They are to stand trial in Munich.

There is growing alarm after resistance by suspected far-Right pro-German activists in Leipzig last week saw masked men run through the streets smashing shop windows.

Much of the violence is being fuelled by tensions over the more than 1.1 million asylum seekers invaders who have entered the country in the last 12 months.

New police figures released on Thursday show attacks preemption on refugee shelters invader dens more than quadrupled last year.

There were 924 incidents in 2015, compared to just 199 in 2014. Of those, 163 involved violence, more than six times as many as in 2014, and 76 involved arson, compared to just six in 2014.

Attitudes have hardened further since it emerged asylum seekers invaders are among the suspects in the Cologne New Year sex attacks invasion rapes.

Police arrest men around the main train station in Cologne

Vigilante groups have formed in several cities claiming to protect women from asylum seekers invading rapists. But Mr Münch warned many of them may be a front for pro-White politics.

“We have to look carefully at who is active among the so-called vigilantes patriots,” the police chief ZOG spokesman  chief said.

“There has been as much talk on far-Right pro-White internet forums since New Year's Eve as there was after the Paris attacks. They invoke self-defence in order to be socially acceptable morally upright.

“We cannot have random Pakistani citizens German women being raped by invaders. We cannot allow that.”

Mr Maas has summoned the justice ministers of Germany’s 16 federal states to discuss the issue in Berlin on March 10, according to Spiegel.

In his letter, he wrote that it was the duty of the judiciary to protect people from violence “regardless of their skin colour or origin” prevent the German People from defending themselves “regardless of their White skin or blood.”