Public Prosecutor’s Office
‘Mistrust all in whom the urge to punish is strong!
Mistrust all those who talk much about their justice!’
Jan. 10, 2021
I’m filing a criminal complaint against the
Federal Minister Christine Lambrecht,
Head of the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection
for defamation (§ 187 StGB) of the American President Donald J. Trump and violation of Art 5 Basic Law.
On January 7th, 2021, the head of the BMJV, Christine Lambrecht, tweeted her comment on the blocking of the incumbent (!) President of the USA, Donald J. Trump, on Facebook and Twitter. She even uses the hashtag “Democracy”! The tweet reads:
“Twitter and Facebook have blocked the accounts of the incumbent US President Trump. #Capitol #Democracy
That Twitter and Facebook now interrupt Trump’s flood of lies is far too late a conclusion. Anger, hatred and aggression have been part of the business model that made the platforms rich for far too long.
We will create binding obligations for Internet platforms in Europe in order to protect elections, erase hate speech and consistently take action against lies.
Christine Lambrecht, Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection”
This socialist minister accuses the incumbent American President Donald J. Trump DIRECTLY AFTER the incidents in the Capitol in Washington on Jan. 6, 2021, that he had stirred up hatred and aggression in his speech on the same day. She implicitly accuses him of incitement and makes him responsible for the incidents in the Capitol. There is no doubt she did not even bother to read Trump’s speech.
This sly Federal Minister is doing exactly what she accuses Trump of: she lies shabbily and exactly as one would expect from a politician. Read President Trump’s speech here.
It’s good that you don’t have to rely on the German shitpaper press and its cock-sucking (1) journalists, but that there are bloggers with integrity like Ann Althouse, law professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School, now professor emeritus. In the blog post “The 7 most violence-inciting statements in Donald Trump’s speech to the crowd on January 6th.” she covers Trump’s speech. Here is her post translated:
“Here‘s the transcript. I read the entire speech — which was over an hour — looking for the sentences that are most subject to the interpretation that he was inciting the crowd to break into the Capitol building or commit any sort of act of violence. I’m doing this because I realized I wasn’t seeing quotes from Trump, just assertions that the speech was an incitement and cause-and-effect inferences based on the sequence of events: He spoke and then they acted.
There are places where he clearly talked about a peaceful protest march. He says: “I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.” And: “So we’re going to, we’re going to walk down Pennsylvania Avenue… So let’s walk down Pennsylvania Avenue.”
But here are the 7 most violent statements. Please, if you can find anything more violent or more related to the idea of breaking into the Capitol and physically disrupting the proceedings, let me know, and I’ll add it to the list. This is what I’ve found and have put in order from least to most violent:
7. We’re going walk down to the Capitol, and we’re going to cheer on our brave senators, and congressmen and women. We’re probably not going to be cheering so much for some of them because you’ll never take back our country with weakness. You have to show strength, and you have to be strong.
6. To use a favorite term that all of you people really came up with, we will stop the steal…. We will not let them silence your voices.
5. The Republicans have to get tougher. You’re not going to have a Republican party if you don’t get tougher.
4. [W]e’re going to have somebody in there that should not be in there and our country will be destroyed, and we’re not going to stand for that.
3. We will never give up. We will never concede, it doesn’t happen. You don’t concede when there’s theft involved.
2. We’re not going to let it happen. Not going to let it happen.
1. Together we are determined to defend and preserve government of the people, by the people and for the people.” (End)
This minister insinuates that the incumbent president – elected by 75 million people – of the country that liberated Germany from the Nazis and that came to power via the indirect assistence of socialists, made public statements that he clearly has not made and supports his gagging. The prospect she opens up for Europe can only make one shiver. This minister should be removed from office. But encroachment on freedom of expression is in the DNA of these Germans.
(1) I regret the term, but I can’t think of any better way to describe German journalists. Unfortunately, there is no longer a Günter Gaus.