The Berlin VVN-BdA announced on Thursday about the change of an AfD member to the NPD:
The most open neo-Nazi on AfD ticket in the Berlin House of Representatives changes from blue to brown. The Berlin MP Kay Nerstheimer is now a member of the NPD. There are now two parties with neo-Nazi voters and members in the Berlin parliament. (…) Neonacite terror is fueled by both the AfD and the NPD. The heads of the Nazi arsonists in Neukölln are Sebastian Thom (NPD) and Tilo Paulenz (former Neukölln district board of the AfD). The internal committee as an institution has suffered further damage, as one has to fear that there will be additional work for militant neo-Nazis. (…) An exclusion clause, the establishment of an NSU committee of inquiry and a committee of inquiry into the Neukölln neonacite terror series would finally take into account the “Berlin consensus” of the democratic parliamentarians from the 2016 election campaign.
The organization Pro Asyl and the Berlin Refugee Council called for a deportation stop to Afghanistan on Thursday:
On Monday, November 16, after a break of several months, a collective deportation flight to Kabul will start again – in the middle of the second corona wave in Germany and Afghanistan. Since March 11, 2020, deportations have been suspended at the request of the Afghan government as a result of the corona pandemic. Now the resumption threatens. Pro Asylum and the state refugee councils are calling for the deportation plans to be stopped immediately. “The federal government must stop putting pressure on the Afghan government,” said Günter Burkhardt, managing director of Pro Asyl. (…) With every deportation, there is a risk to life and limb of those affected and the spread of the virus.
“In view of the extremely precarious security situation and the blatant pandemic situation in Afghanistan, we call on the Berlin Senate to issue an absolute ban on deportation for the country and not to take part in the collective deportation on Monday,” says Martina Mauer, employee of the Berlin Refugee Council.
In the blog »nordkiezlebt.noblogs. org «, the neighborhood of the» Liebig 34 «house project in Berlin-Friedrichshain, which was vacated on October 9, published an analysis of the media and political circumstances of the large-scale police operation. It says:
(…) We, residents and friends of the house projects, see this text as a further examination of the conditions in the Nordkiez and the role of journalism. We not only want to correct false reports, but also make it clear that this agitation takes place in the name of public reporting and that it is socially relevant. The text is not only a criticism of inflammatory journalism, but also a positioning on our part: The evacuation of Liebig 34 is an immense loss for our neighborhood! And the house projects are not only important for the neighborhood but also far beyond. We stand side by side with them against repression, police harassment and media slander.
Full text: https://kurzelinks.de/7rqu