Germany: Frankfurt Disbands Entire Special Ops Division Because of Far Right Internet Chats

Wait, what?

Germany needs these troops to fight the Russians!

Who would have thought that our fight against racism would make us vulnerable to our enemies?


The German city of Frankfurt has entirely dissolved its police special operations team after allegations of far-right extremism among its members in chat groups.

The Spezialeinsatzkommando (SEK) of Frankfurt, an elite police tactical unit, was disbanded by the city government this week after chats emerged revealing officers in the unit making allegedly far-right remarks and statements.

Altogether, 19 SEK officers, as well as a former SEK official, are under investigation for their alleged far-right sympathies, including 17 who are alleged to have shared content relating to the former National Socialist regime headed by Adolf Hitler, Deutsche Welle reports.

In Germany, they take mean Nazi statements very seriously

Hesse Interior Minister Peter Beuth commented on the situation with the SEK officers, saying that “Today we are initiating a fundamental restart for the SEK” and that there would be a large reorganization of the Special Operations Command.

According to Interior Minister Bleuth, the chats uncovered were from 2016 and 2017. He also noted that while there would be a reorganisation, police special forces were still “indispensable.”

Nancy Faeser, group leader in the Hesse parliament for the leftist Social Democrats, suggested that Bleuth resign, saying: “Hesse needs not only a fundamental restart for the SEK, but above all at the head of the Interior Ministry.”

The populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, meanwhile, said that the dissolving of the entire SEK was unfair to those officers who had not taken part in the chats.

Yes, of course that was the AfD explanation.

Very tiresome.

Do you know that all these people in the AfD are actually secret Nazis, and they’re constantly getting caught, and everyone in Germany knows it, but they are just forced to put up fake arguments because their own real arguments that they would make are illegal?

It’s an utterly bizarre situation, where everyone knows they are presenting fake positions. They could just as easily shrug at every issue and have the implication be “our position is illegal, but you all know it.”