(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
It was a cold evening in February 2016. About 70 people, most of them men, had set up to block the way for a bus that was on the way with a group of newly arrived refugees from the Syrian civil war. Many others showed up and gathered as spectators, and although police arrived on the scene, it all quickly turned into an unpleasant confrontation.
It all took place in the small German town of Clausnitz, which in this way received dull international attention. The German writer and journalist Carolin Emcke sees the affair as a school example of the nature of hate, and she uses it as a starting point in her book on the subject, which she wrote in the wake of the Clausnitz debate. It is now in English translation.
Emcke notes that throughout the resurrection the agitated people kept shouting “Wir. . .
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