‘After just two and a half years in prison for gang rape, Afghan Mukthar N. is back out on the streets of Illerkirchberg, but this time he enjoys taxpayer-funded police protection. The fact that he is in Illerkirchberg is also notable, given it is on the outskirts of Ulm, a city that made national headlines recently after an Eritrean migrant murdered the 14-year-old girl Ece S.
Authorities say they are “concerned” for the gang rapist’s safety due to growing resentment in Illerkirchberg, which has a troubled asylum home where gang rapists and murderers have menaced the small community.
The police protection detail reportedly began on the same day of the funeral for Ece S.
‘Soldiers and police officers offering support and protection to citizens protesting tyrannical lockdowns and “vaccine” mandates are under attack by their left-wing governments. Countries are vilifying and persecuting servicemen who remain faithful to the oath they took to defend their country against all foreign and domestic enemies.
Most recently, German Sergeant Major Andreas Oberauer was unlawfully arrested and smeared by international left-wing media for releasing a video demanding an end to Germany’s lockdown measures, mandatory “vaccines,” and violent abuse of protesters. In the December 28, 2021 video, Sergeant Oberauer drew attention to the abuse of children and the elderly at pro-freedom protests:
Now we see children being pushed down on the streets and old men being threatened with having their skulls smashed [by police].
The Sergeant called on his fellow soldiers and police officers to protect the daily peaceful protest walks taking place across Germany from the unconstitutional abusive behavior of the state police. In the video, he commands his subordinates to arrest officers physically abusing citizens and violating their rights:
Stand clearly with the people of Germany and clearly for Constitutional Law. This is addressed to every man, to defend the constitutional right of these demonstrations and to intervene to protect women and children from — what should I call them? Mercenaries? They can’t be called policemen anymore.
To protect. That’s exactly what I am calling every constitution-loyal policeman in Germany to do. Intervene, stop your own colleagues from attacking people, children and women. Equally, I also call upon every soldier today to intervene and protect these demonstrators — in uniform.
I will now give the command. Here speaks Sergeant Oberauer: I order all soldiers under my rank back into service in uniform, from 19:00. Your order is to protect the civilian population during demonstrations from all outside attacks and to intervene with every policeman behaving unconstitutionally or encroaching on the population’s rights. They are to be arrested and led to prosecution.
German Defense Ministry took to Twitter on December 30, 2021, to condemn the Sergeant’s video. They stated that it “contains threats against the state of law that are unacceptable.” He added that “the consequences are already being examined.”
Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht wrote that the military needs “upstanding people who stand firmly on the foundation of our constitution.” Anyone who doesn’t share those values “has no place in our Bundeswehr,” she added.