Looters came to Germany. What started as an action in support of people who are being discriminated against on the basis of raison d'etre, has developed into Marder pogroms. Young people stray into shops and rob them. They hunt for branded items and shoes. I hope that in Cologne this will not come to this. I would not want to feel safe during the project. And the most interesting thing is that everything is stolen in a row, and not in order to be worn, but in order to be sold, and to make money on it. It is very sad that people go for it for this. Let's see what happened in Stuttgart.
The German government sharply condemned the attacks on police in Stuttgart, which resulted in 19 law enforcement officers injured at the end of last week. "Such attacks cannot be justified in any way. Those who act in this way put themselves against the city and against the rights that protect everyone," said German government spokesman Steffen Seibert on Monday, June 22 in Berlin. He thanked the police for their daily service and wished the victims a speedy recovery. German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said that "attacks on police officers and employees must be prosecuted by all means available to the rule of law."
German President demands punishment in all severity of law
Violence, vandalism and outright cruelty, as in Stuttgart, must be prosecuted and punished to the fullest extent of the law. We must resolutely confront those who attack the police, treat them with contempt or give the impression that they should be scrapped. Those who defend our peaceful coexistence and the state’s monopoly on the use of force day by day deserve respect and support when they are brutally attacked. The Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Internal Affairs does not see a political background in what happened
Meanwhile, the Interior Minister of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, Thomas Strobl, assured that the most stringent measures will be taken against the rioters. We will pursue the rioters by all means available to the rule of law and hold them accountable. The Minister noted that there is practically no reason to suppose that the riots in Stuttgart are politically motivated; the causes of violence, obviously, were drugs and alcohol. Riots in Stuttgart broke out on the night of June 21 after police stopped a 17-year-old teenager in Schlosgarten park to test his involvement in a drug crime. About 200-300 people nearby were immediately expressing solidarity with the teenager, who began to throw stones and bottles at the police. Then the number of participants in the riots almost doubled.
I condemn people who steal things and rob closed shops in such difficult times for everyone. The place of their solidarity, youth is sowing aggressively towards the police and people around. This saddens me very much, because I thought that Germany was the cradle of calm and measured life. And suddenly, against the backdrop of a pandemic, this happens. A friend of mine from Stuttgart today bought a new sports shoe for half the price. Absolutely new. Yes, they were stolen. And I have very conflicting feelings. I am glad that my friend got new sneakers with such a discount, but what a valuable one. He bought a stolen item, and thereby showed that this thieves scheme works. I do not know how to respond to this. Scold a friend or praise for a bargain. Maybe you give me some advice? If someone on the project has similar situations, write in the comments what you did with it. Because I don’t know what to do and what position to take in order to be united.