In a bizarre and shameful sight, Russians currently residing in Germany have come together in street rallies to support their bloodthirsty dictator Vladimir Putin’s nauseating war in Ukraine.
‘Zombified’ ‘Orcs’ Excited about Putin’s Atrocities
While the entire world has been terrified at the sight of the Russian war crimes out of Bucha and other parts of Ukraine, basic human decency appears to be lost to thousands of Russian immigrants in Germany.
Several German cities have seen rallies in support of Putin’s criminal war, genocide, and war crimes.
The rallies have brought together Russian immigrant crowds of up to 2,000 “orcs,” as the Russians are known in Ukraine, and now beyond, because of their mass-scale blind allegiance to the murderous Putin dictatorship.
The Russian war rallies in Germany only verify the notion that “mindless orcs” have been so “zombified” that even access to free media and plentiful information hasn’t opened their eyes to the barbarity of Putin’s war.
The pro-war Russian rallies invite the question as to why US ally and fellow NATO member Germany allowed them in the first place.
Germany is already greatly affected by Russian propaganda, but now they even have Pro-Russian protests.. I tweeted information about a planned Pro Russian car rally in #Frankfurt am Main. Would some of you retweet that? We can't let them get too comfortable with this shit. pic.twitter.com/tcEG13mcmX
— 2Russophobic4you (@2Russophobic4u) April 5, 2022
Rally on support of Putin and Lukashenka took place in Frankfurt, Germany.
Question. Why German authorities allow this pro-war-crime show?pic.twitter.com/mGCPrHnMlj
— Denis Kazakiewicz (@Den_2042) April 10, 2022
— ₦₳V𝚜𝚝é𝚟𝚊 🇷🇺 Z ~ a special military operation (@Navsteva) April 10, 2022
In Germany, motor rallies are again held in support of Russia.
In Hamburg, the police do not let protesters into the center – supporters of Ukraine are holding their rally there.
The activists were not allowed to use the Z symbol. pic.twitter.com/P8OEKw6t9D
— Eleonora Shah (@EleonoraShah) April 10, 2022
There is no excuse in here about media censorship on what is going on in Ukraine. To hold this rally today after the world has seen Bucha means Russians in Germany approve of the horrors.
You just screwed it for all of your compatriots for whom some excuse could still be offered https://t.co/sWuwHhZq4c
— toomas hendrik ilves (@IlvesToomas) April 3, 2022
Parades of Shame Not Banned
The pro-Putin, pro-war rallies in Germany have been dubbed “parades of shame” by commentators, but that still doesn’t answer the question as to why they have been allowed.
Perhaps it’s to expose the true colors of murder-loving Russians, regardless of whether they live in the West or somewhere in the frost and mud of Siberia.
The biggest rally of shame in support of Putin’s war was in the German city of Frankfurt on Saturday. About 2,000 Russian “zombies” came together to rage in favor of mass murders in Ukraine, The Daily Mail reported.
Some of the Russians in the rally in Hannover argued they were protesting also against the “discrimination” of Russian citizens in Germany who are in favor of Putin’s war.
Of course, that is the top issue in world politics nowadays, and not the massacre of Ukrainian civilians or the rape and murders of Ukrainian women and children.
There was also a large pro-Putin, pro-war Russian motorcade in Berlin last weekend.
At 2020-end, there were some 235,000 Russians living in Germany, alongside 135,000 Ukrainians, as per official data.
Boris Pistorius, the interior minister of the German state of Lower Saxony, warned on Friday, that while Germany defends the right of assembly and protest, it won’t allow it to be “exploited for Russian war propaganda.”
However, it remains unclear for the time being whether the German authorities would take any measures to limit the public displays of support for Russian atrocities in Ukraine by the brainwashed Russian orcs.
— (((Tendar))) (@Tendar) April 10, 2022
⚡️A rally in support of Ukraine was held in Dortmund (Germany). pic.twitter.com/AT6JHesEGb
— Flash (@Flash43191300) April 10, 2022
A huge rally in support of Ukraine was again held in Hamburg, Germany.
— News from Ukraine (@uasupport999) April 9, 2022