Angela Merkel once again failed the German people when she failed to supply adequate protection for businesses and individuals despite being aware that 100,000 leftist fascists were planning on making this “Hell Week” in response to the G20 summit. The fascists clad in black threw bricks, bottles and other hazards and burned cars and businesses at will against the outmanned and outgunned security forces.
As a result, 130 police officers were injured. It’s time to put down the pepper spray and water cannons and to pick up weapons to properly deal with the terrorists. Lethal weapons if need be. You have to wonder what Merkel has against the German people. Shop owners complained that the fascist terrorists were insisting they pay for “insurance” or watch it be destroyed.
Masked demonstrators threw bottles and stones, blocked streets, and smashed and burnt cars in Thursday night’s so-called “Welcome To Hell” demonstration. Footage from Friday morning showed numerous fires still burning in the streets and thick black smoke hanging over large parts of the city.
Police were forced to deploy water cannons, tear gas, and riot control tactics, but could not prevent the destruction as they found themselves underprepared and short-staffed.
In total, 130 police officers were injured, WELT reports, with 12 unable to continue doing their jobs. Three officers required treatment in hospital.
The injured included police helicopter pilots who sustained eye injuries when laser pointers were directed at them. “Police are still being attacked,” a spokesman for Hamburg’s police told AFP.
The clashes took place around just one and a half miles from the site of the summit.
Hamburg police were forced to request further support from all German federal states because of the extent of the disorder, with many coming from Berlin and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
A senior police officer told WELT: “We can only hope that the rumours disappear that international left-wing extremists want to attack the capital [Berlin] in parallel. Because these indications have existed for quite some time.”
So far, some 20,000 policemen from all over Germany have been deployed in the city to safeguard the meeting of world leaders.
Police estimate that 8,000 violent individuals are currently in the city, with 12,000 attending Thursday night’s protest. The biggest demonstration, with up to 100,000 participants, is expected on Saturday.