Censorship in Europe is out of control and in Berlin things are getting downright scary.
According to a report on Breitbart, Berlin Police conduced a large scale raid on internet users Wednesday and ransacked ten different apartments.
Mobile phones, narcotics and weapons were confiscated. Nine suspects, aged 22-58, were arrested and are accused of posting messages critical of migrants, migrant helpers and anti-semitic slogans on Facebook and Twitter.
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Police spokesman Stefan Redlich said that while the men did not know each other, they shared anti-migrant views and were considered by police to be “right-wing extremists”. There was no evidence of a planned conspiracy to commit crime among them.
Redlich justified the raids by saying they were potentially “people who just once expressed their hate-opinion.”
Of course, as we've documented in the past, Facebook and other social media sites have been actively censoring opinions that go against Angela Merkel and the German government's view on refugees.