Due to the current immigrant crisis and recent terrorist attacks taking place in Europe, Germany has now joined France in what appears to be the build up towards a civil war. Citizens have taken to the streets, and are now fighting amongst one another as well as with the police.
Germany, joining in with France, could be an indication of a massive right-wing radicalization within the union. With the current refugee crisis that is taking place within the European Union, many “right wing” extremists are becoming mobilized in Germany.
According to Speisa,
“What we see in connection with the refugee crisis is that right-wing extremists are mobilizing in the streets, but also that the radical left mobilize against them, says Hans-Georg Maassen, chief of Bundesamts für Verfassungsschutz (BfV), to German radio on Sunday.
The extreme groups show a greater willingness to use violence, he informs. This applies to both right-wing radicals, anti-racists (fascists) on the left, and Islamists.
Police and soldiers had to protect two buses with 100 immigrants and refugees who were taken to a reception center in the town of Niederau in the east German state of Saxony. Protesters gathered at the reception center, a former supermarket”
Over 1000 people came out to protest against refugees and immigrants in various towns in the northeastern state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
In Stralsund, there were three people injured in conflicts with those who were against the demonstration.
Of course, the migration crisis has been an ongoing issue for some time, due to refugees fleeing their war torn nations, and finding homes in European nations. Many citizens have fought against this from the very beginning due to violence coming from the refugees who have fled there. Increasing terrorism and various other violent acts have now pushed the nations that lie within the union to civil war. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear that the crisis will be dying down anytime soon, so we could see an influx of other nations joining in the conflict as well.