The police used “violence” on the demonstrators of the German Migrant Center


Police have reportedly used “physical violence” against crowds protesting a planned migrant center in Germany.

A large protest in the German city of Greifswald was met with “physical violence” by local police, as some members of the crowd reportedly tried to confront the city’s Green Party mayor.

The demonstration, which drew around 500 people, appears to be one of the latest in a growing trend of protest movements in Western Europe, with Germany, Ireland and the UK seeing many demonstrations against the open border policies of left-wing administrations. last weeks.

according to the report Picturehundreds of protesters gathered in front of the school where a meeting between Greifswald Lord Mayor Stefan Fassbinder and local officials was to be held over the relocation of 500 migrants to public housing in the district, which was ultimately narrowly approved.

Picture local police forces reported that they faced similar “physical violence” against demonstrators, as some members of the group attempted to confront Fassbinder as he left the meeting, and at least one protester was beaten by police with batons.

Now the police have opened a number of criminal cases related to the protest, including the organization of the protest, which allegedly broke the law because it was not registered with the authorities.

A small protest, registered by state officials, also took place at the school, although the anti-immigration protest was outnumbered by eleven. .

The Greifswald protest is one of a long line of protests against the migrant hub in Western Europe, where many locals appear to have grown impatient with their country’s open border policies.

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the state in which Greifswald is located, seems to be a hotbed for this type of protest in Germany, with the small town of Uppal hosting another major protest against a refugee shelter.

According to Deutsche Welle, state officials plan to house 400 migrants in a town of just 1,600 people, sparking protests by about 700 people earlier this month.

Ireland has also seen many protests against mass migration, with local communities on the island now taking part in regular protests against the government’s plans to bring in tens of thousands of migrants this year.

As the country of just 5 million faces a housing shortage, the largely working-class protests have focused on the state’s unwillingness to care for Ireland’s homeless, with many accusing border officials of putting women and children at risk and bringing dozens of homes into danger. thousands of unverified male migrants to various regions.

A more isolated protest movement has slowly taken over the UK, with a large demonstration in Knowsley, Merseyside, amid allegations that a local center housed “nuncios”, the British term for pedophiles.

The protest eventually turned into a riot after antifa activists, who advocate open borders, tried to break up the protest.

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