Disinfo: The German government and intelligence services criminalise criticism of immigration


The German government and intelligence services criminalise criticism of immigration policies and speculations about the establishment of organised units terrorising the opposition are growing. This is proven by a recent arson attack on the chairwoman of AfD Frauke Petry. Furthermore, crime and sexual assaults perpetrated by Muslims have increased in large cities in Germany, making it almost impossibe to go out in the evenings.


No evidence given for the claim that the opposition is oppressed by the government. The assault on Frauke Petry was carried out by an unknown perpetrator and the German police are investigating the case (bit.ly/2cF0IPJ), . According to the German Federal Office of Criminal Investigation (BKA) the number of crimes committed by refugees has risen proportionally slower than the number of refugees: (bit.ly/2aauKYS), .


  • Reported in: Issue 43
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 30/09/2016
  • Language/target audience: Czech
  • Country: Germany
  • Keywords: Refugees, Sexual harassment, Secret services, Migration crisis
  • Outlet: protiproud.parlamentnilisty.cz
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