Berlin police officers raided the homes of ten residences of Germans for posting anti-migrant messages online.
According to Infowars, police spokesman Michael Gassen said Wednesday that the raids were on people who used Facebook, Twitter and other social networks to spread hate. He added that “the Internet is not a law-free zone” and that if illegal speech is posted “it won’t be without consequences.”
The suspects are all men between the ages of 22 and 58, and they all are accused of posting anti-migrant messages, anti-Semitic messages and songs with banned lyrics, among other things. If convicted, they face steep fines.
“What we did today involved 60 officers in 10 houses. We sequestered these laptops and now they will be evaluated and through this evaluation we will try to find matches between computers and posts. And if it is successful, this will be proof and this case will be brought to court,” said Berlin Police spokesperson Stefan Redlich.
“There are posts that become so popular on the Internet and so many people discuss them that we get over 50 notifications about one single post, because we are contacted by people regarding these posts,” he added. “And I can say that we prove every single case and we do everything possible in order to identify the persons who are responsible for that. Sometimes is surprisingly easy because people do it under their real name.”
Clearly, German liberals have turned being politically incorrect into a criminal act. If we aren’t careful, Obama and his minions will do the same thing very soon…
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