That’s More Like It

When even the normally-docile Germans start rioting against the lockdown nonsense, you know things are getting out of hand:

Today saw a demonstration involving hundreds of people, and chants of “Wir sind das Volk!” [“We are the people!”] and “Freiheit!” [“Freedom!”] could be heard.
Law enforcement attended the scene to disband crowds, with officers reportedly having to detain people and deploy pepper spray.
Pictures showed lines of police with riot shields clashing with angry-looking protesters as well as people being dragged away in handcuffs.

If the Kraut cops need some reinforcements, we could always send them the dreaded Meal Team Six from Ector County:

Those old boys could use the exercise.


  1. Well, I can’t find it NOW, but a couple of days ago I read elsewhere on the internet that police in Germany were giving a demonstrator guff for standing quietly holding a copy of their Constitution, saying she couldn’t give her opinion like that (as opposed to the more vocal demonstrators nearby).
    If I manage to find it soon enough to matter (how often does that happen?) how do I encode it so I can say “Verfassung” instead of HTTP:// blah blah blah?

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