351. New Year’s riots
351. New Year’s riots

351. New Year’s riots

Wroclaw/Poland 01/07/2023

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Happy New Year 2023! This is how the current year was greeted worldwide. This was also the case last year. Oddly enough, this New Year’s Eve was celebrated differently in almost all of Europe. Unprecedented customs have found their way into many European cities.

A burned-out coach stands on a street in Neukölln after riots on New Year’s Eve. © Source: Fabian Sommer/dpa

In 2018, Vienna boasted the safest metropolis in the world. I know from my own experience that at two o’clock in the morning walking through the streets of Vienna you will at most meet a few latecomers and mostly quiet people.

The recent New Year’s events completely contradict this idyllic impression.

The Austrian express.at wrote about these New Year’s Eve celebrations.

The devastating images of Berlin’s “New Year’s Eve Civil War” went around the world: Burning barricades, police officers attacked, fire extinguishers against ambulances. It’s now official which group was the most chaotic: most of the suspects are young Syrians and Afghans.

I am not in favor of pigeonholing the whole nation. Not all Afghans, not all Syrians have such traditions of welcoming the New Year. The immigrants are mostly young men. If they are equipped with firecrackers, torches and similar toys, they will be happy to use them. There is no doubt that these brawls were organized. For which purpose? The same way the plandemic was introduced. Fear is a tool to control societies.

Culture of political discussion:

I am a tolerant, educated and open-minded supporter of the left. And if you don’t immediately and completely submit to my opinion, you are a racist, anti-women, homophobe, Islamophobe, inveterate, violent, fascist, right-wing extremist, hate-spreading Nazi asshole.

Author of the article: Marek Wojcik

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