A German couple who created a Facebook group critical of the government and Merkel's mass migration of Middle Eastern migrants has been sentenced for hate speech.
Breitbart reports that the couple, from the German town of Vierkirchen, were accused of inciting hatred toward migrants because of a Facebook group they created called the “Anti-refugee movement”.
In court it was determined that the group was a “clear incitement against migrants” and the couple, 27-year-old Peter M. and his 26-year-old wife Melanie M were found guilty.
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Breitbart claims that, “statements on the Facebook group did not seem to contain anything overtly nationalistic or Nazi-inspired, but rather expressed deep concern about the situation in Germany relating to mass migration.”
The group's first post was simply, “The war and economic refugees are flooding our country. They bring terror, fear, sorrow. They rape our women and put our children at risk.”
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In addition, the group's photo was just a German flag. Nothing extreme.
The Judge, however, felt the group was hostile in his infamous ruling. “The description of the group is a series of generalisations with a clear right-wing background,” he said.
Peter M. was given a nine month suspended prison sentence and his wife was given a fine of €1,200.
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“I hope you understand the seriousness of the situation. If you sit in front of me again, you will end up in jail,” the judge added.
It's sad when what are supposed to be real courts turn into the embarrassment that are essentially human rights tribunals with social justice warriors overseeing them.