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Some blond girls with braided hair were spotted walking (the media claims “marching in step”) on the Elbe cycle path in Sachsen. The media is hysterical about it.
The photos were posted by Dresden Nazifrei and they claim that these girls are obviously National Socialists or something because of their clothes, which they say are basically a Bund Deutscher Mädel cosplay.
Catlady and Die Linke politician Kerstin Köditz said that they have “not yet been able to identify the group” and believe it to be a new “right-wing youth organization”. The police said that they are not aware of any advertisement or relevant information on the girl group, but they have forwarded the complaint to the State Security. So basically, some girls went on a walk, and now the State is treating them like terror suspects.
They are not the only group of girls dressed up in more traditional clothing to also be attacked by the media as right-wing extremists in Sachsen this week.
Regarding the first batch, I feel conflicted. I hope they are brave girls who are not afraid to walk around with folkish symbols emblazoned on their clothes and plaited hair and really are a nationalist youth group.
But I think it’s likely that this is a setup by Die Linke and NaziFrei themselves, trying to stoke more fear of “Nazis” and justify their anti-white policies. Look at the first girl in the “march” again.
Why do the other girls not have the Valknut patch on their arm? It looks to me like the picture is photoshopped.
Personally, I’d be happy with everyone — specifically browns and Jews — being afraid of Nazis in Germany and thinking all Germans are Nazis. Maybe they’ll stop coming that way.