Charges have been laid with the German prosecution service over the “Rapefugees Not Welcome” T-shirt and logo, according to a spate of controlled media reports today.
The Leipziger Volkszeitung reported that well-known far-leftist “anti-fascist” lawyer, Jürgen Kasek, had submitted the complaint to the state prosecutor in Dresden by fax on Friday in order to try and prevent the T-shirt from being distributed at Monday’s weekly Pegida rally in that city.
Kasek, who is an official leader of the “anti-fascist” movement in Leipzig—responsible for many of the most violent communist attacks in recent German history—is also leader of the “Green Party” in that city.
Kasek’s Facebook page is filled with images of “anti-fa” violent acts, and he and his movement are the main drivers behind the pro-invasion movement in Saxony.
The Leipziger Volkszeitung said that Kasek had said in his charge that the “Rapefugees not welcome” logo was “not satire, but sedition.”
His reasoning, the article continued, is based upon the claim that the distortion of the word “refugees” into “rapefugees” is an “excuse to incite hatred.”
A copy of the complaint has also been sent to the Leipzig town clerk’s office.
The German Mopo24 news service also reported on the move to criminalize the “Rapefugee” logo, saying that Pegida founder Lutz Bachmann’s Facebook post of a picture of himself wearing the T-shirt was going to “land him in trouble.”
“This is hate speech,” Kasek was quoted as saying.
Kasek, left, and a “friend” during a recent pro-homosexual rally.