LKA Sachsen-Anhalt ermittelt nach rechtem Überfall in Merseburg

Nach dem Überfall auf eine Gruppe von 14 linken Jugendlichen in Merseburg (Saalekreis) geht die Polizei von einer rechtsextremistischen Tat aus. Das habe die Vernehmung der Opfer ergeben, sagte Polizeisprecher Siegfried Koch am Montag auf ddp-Anfrage in Halle. Inzwischen ermittle der Staatsschutz von Landeskriminalpolizei und Polizeidirektion Sachsen-Anhalt-Süd gemeinsam wegen schweren Landfriedensbruchs. Von den mutmaßlichen rechten Tätern fehle noch jede Spur.  Etwa 15 bis 20 mutmaßlich rechtsextreme Angreifer hatten Samstagabend auf dem Gelände der alten Papiermühle in Merseburg unvermittelt mit Baseballschlägern, Eisenstangen und Schlagringen wahllos auf die an einem Lagerfeuer sitzenden jungen Leute im Alter von 16 bis 26 Jahren eingeschlagen

viaLKA Sachsen-Anhalt ermittelt nach rechtem Überfall in Merseburg – Yahoo! Nachrichten Deutschland.

County Durham terror accused ‘drilled by father’

A County Durham teenager accused of being part of a far right online group only wanted to please his racist father, a court heard. Nicky Davison, 19, from Annfield Plain, is accused of possessing information useful in committing or preparing acts of terrorism. He denies the charges. He said he joined group, the Aryan Strike Force, after being “drilled” into such views by his father. (…) He is accused of helping his father administer the Aryan Strike Force website, which aimed to carry out terrorist “ops”, and overthrow the government, the court heard. The court was told that his father’s admission that he had produced ricin had “opened” his eyes. Nicky Davison, a former milkman’s assistant, told jurors Ian Davison made racist comments daily.

viaBBC News – County Durham terror accused ‘drilled by father’.

Nazi debacle in Plzeň: 100 Nazis, six of them detained, 200 counter-protesters

Yesterday Jiří Strobach, magistrate of the central municipal district of Plzeň, dispersed a previously announced Nazi march shortly after it began. Deputy Regional Police Director Jaromír Kníže later told journalists the demonstration had been dispersed because the slogans on the clothing of some participants were most probably illegal. High Commissioner Jana Václavová told the Czech Press Agency that police had detained four people at the march, including a foreign national, and detained another two after it was dispersed. Strobach said the gathering fundamentally deviated from its stated purpose as described to the authorities in January by the conveners, “support for political prisoners”. At the time it was announced, officials had no legal reason to ban the event. “Some of the speeches by the participants in this gathering (today) clearly showed that there was a fundamental deviation from the stated purpose of the gathering, and that is a violation of the law on assembly. Other laws were broken by speeches aimed at suppressing human rights and freedoms. We warned the organizers the law was being broken, but they did not correct the situation,” the magistrate said. (…) Those suspected of committing the crime of promoting the suppression of human rights include a 26-year-old native of Plzeň, a 32-year-old native of Ostrava, and a 22-year-old man from the southern Plzeň region, all of whom were wearing clothing with objectionable inscriptions. Václavová later specified that a 26-year-old foreign national was suspected of demonstrating sympathy for a movement aimed at suppressing human rights and freedoms due to a tattoo of an objectionable symbol on a part of his body clearly visible to others. Police later detained a 40-year-old man from the northern Plzeň region and a 20-year-old Praguer over slogans on their clothing. A 29-year-old man from Plzeň was also taken into custody on suspicion of committing a misdemeanor against public order. “The decision to initiate criminal proceedings against specific individuals will be made on the basis of expert evaluations,” Václavová said. A cordon of police officers directed the marchers, some of whom were evidently German and Polish nationals, toward the bus station, preventing them from entering the center of town. At Husovo náměstí (Hus Square) officers recommended various routes for dispersal, and the demonstrators slowly left in small groups for their cars or for the bus station. Police were prepared to monitor the situation in the town for the rest of the day.

viaRomea.cz – Nazi debacle in Plzeň: 100 Nazis, six of them detained, 200 counter-protesters.

siehe auch: Czech ultra rightists’ march dissolved in Plzen. Jiri Strobach, mayor of a town district in Plzen, today dissolved a rally of Czech rightist extremists who wanted to march through the town arguing that they breached the assembly law.

Ex-Nazi, tyrannical cult leader dies in Chile

Paul Schaefer, the ex-Nazi corporal who tyranically ruled a Chilean cult community, died Saturday while serving a prison sentence for abusing children and taking part in the torture and murder of political prisioners.  A former Nazi military medic who led a cult of German refugees to Chile has died in a Chilean prison where he was serving a sentence on charges of child sexual abuse, murder and torture. (…) Schaefer moved with about 250 followers to Chile in 1961, founding a religious commune they first called “Colonia Dignidad.” Schaefer ruled over the settlement with an iron fist. Men and women lived separately and children were taken from their parents at age two to be raised in collective, gender-segregated nurseries.

viaEx-Nazi, tyrannical cult leader dies in Chile | World | Deutsche Welle | 24.04.2010.

siehe auch: Ex-Nazi Paul Schaefer dead in Chile age 88: prison. Paul Schaefer, a former Nazi corporal and founder of a mysterious German enclave in southern Chile, died Saturday in a prison hospital where he was serving 20 years for sexually abusing children, prison officials said. (…) He had been sentenced in May 2006 to 20 years in jail for abusing and torturing children and other settlers at the armed enclave Colonia Dignidad, or Dignity Colony. The large, self-sufficient German colony in an isolated region south of Santiago was established by Schaefer in 1961 after he fled Germany to escape child abuse charges. The 13,000-hectare (32,000-acre) mountain resort, 350 kilometers (215 miles) south of Santiago, was home to about 300 refugees from Nazi Germany and their descendants. It was equipped with a hospital and an airport, and became a “state-within-a-state.” (…) Schaefer was also charged with collaborating in human rights abuses during the regime of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet’s 1973-1990, including allowing Chilean military agents to use Dignity Colony to torture political prisoners. Many of the prisoners later disappeared. The Simon Wiesenthal Center, an Jewish human rights organization which helps track down Nazi war criminals, had suspected Schaefer of connections with Nazi fugitives such as Walter Rauff, who the center said escaped to Chile and was protected by Pinochet’s regime; Paul Schäfer, founder of Colonia Dignidad, dies at 88. Paul Schäfer died at 88 from cardiac-respiratory arrest on early Saturday morning in a Chilean prison hospital. Schäfer was the founder and former leader of Colonia Dignidad, an enclave used for torturing and exterminating political prisoners during Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship. Hr was convicted for sexually abusing 26 children for years, and retained thousands of people under his own tyrannical regime, that worked as an aside territory in the country, where people spoke the German language. Jorge Zepeda, magistrate who investigated the crimes made in Colonia Dignidad, reported that Schäfer was unconscious when he died. He was to stay in prison for 33 years. Hernán Fernández, one of the lawyers against Colonia Dignidad, said that Schäfer’s death should help to accelerate the judiciary processes. Chilean President, Sebastián Piñera said, “Paul Schäfer will be judged by the divine justice.”

Trauerspiel und Bürgerwut

Nachdem das Leipziger Verwaltungsgericht das vom hiesigen Landratsamt ergangene Verbot eines beantragten Aufzuges der NPD-Jugend am vergangenen Freitag aufgehoben hatte, war der folgende Elbe-Day-Samstag zunächst durch eine hohe Konzentration von Polizeikräften gekennzeichnet. Wie bei ähnlichen Veranstaltungen in anderen Städten hatten diese im Auftrag der Gesetzgeber alle Vorkehrungen dafür zu treffen, dass sich die Jung-Nazis störungsfrei durch Torgau auf der dafür festgelegten Strecke bewegen konnten. Zahlreiche Torgauer und Gäste des Elbe Days zeigten sich ob des damit verbundenen bedrohlichen Szenarios mehr als betroffen. Diese Betroffenheit, gepaart mit Unverständnis und Wut über die Entscheidung der Justiz, das von den nordsächsischen Behörden verhängte Verbot aufzuheben, spiegelte sich dann vor dem Friedhof für die im Kampf gegen den deutschen Faschismus gefallen Sowjetsoldaten am Glacis wider. Dorthin hatten die Torgauer Stadträte und die Torgauer Oberbürgermeisterin Andreas Staude die Torgauer Bürgerinnen und Bürger für 13 Uhr zur Teilnahme an einer Mahnwache im Rahmen der Kranzniederlegung durch den Stadtrat aufgerufen. Rund 550 Menschen, darunter etwa 200 Jugendliche der IG Rock vom Torgauer Brückenkopf hatten sich gegen 13 Uhr vor dem Friedhof eingefunden. Zeitgleich trafen wenige Meter weiter auf dem Bahnhof etwa 150 Mitglieder und Sympathisanten der NPD-Jugend ein, um von dort aus ihren Aufzug durch die Stadt zu starten. Starke Polizeikräfte sorgten dafür, dass die Ankömmlinge gegen die Protestierenden abgeschirmt wurden.

viaTrauerspiel und Bürgerwut – Lokalgeschehen – Torgauer Zeitung.

Pnos-Politiker als Redner an deutscher Neonazi-Demo

Der Vorsitzende der Basler Sektion der Partei National Orientierter Schweizer soll als Referent an einer Kundgebung im Neonazi-Umfeld in Süddeutschland auftreten. (…) Zu den eingeladenen Rednern gehört der Schweizer Philippe Eglin, der die Basler Sektion der Partei National Orientierter Schweizer (Pnos) leitet. Neben ihm sollen in Bayern die einschlägig bekannten Neonazis Gottfried Küssel aus Wien und Dennis Giemsch aus Dortmund sprechen.

viaPnos-Politiker als Redner an deutscher Neonazi-Demo (Kultur, Literatur und Kunst, NZZ Online).

Der totale Sieg

Fidesz kann Ungarn mit 2/3-Mehrheit der Mandate regieren. Nach der Stichwahl und der Zuweisung der sogenannten Reststimmen über die Landeslisten erlangt das nationalkonservative Fidesz mit 263 Mandaten fünf mehr als die 2/3-Mehrheit und damit ein Ergebnis, das nicht nur für Ungarn, sondern für die europäischen Demokratien insgesamt ohne Beispiel in der jüngeren Vergangenheit ist. Viel Zeit bleibt der Partei jedoch kaum, diesen totalen Sieg auszukosten, zu viel hat man versprochen, zu viel Probleme sind zu lösen. Die ungarischen Sozialisten, MSZP, kommen im neu gewählten Parlament nur noch auf 59 Mandate, die rechtsextreme Jobbik schafft auf Anhieb 47 und die, ebenfalls neue, grün-alternativ-liberale LMP schafft 16 Sitze.

viaFidesz kann Ungarn mit 2/3-Mehrheit der Mandate regieren.