Nazi-Terror is coming back to Germany

According to media reports Uwe Mundlos, Uwe Böhnhardt and Beate Zschäpe founded the National Socialist Underground (NSU) and committed at least ten murderers, two bomb-attacks and several bank robberies. The Neo-Nazi group built bombs in the late nineties and placed them in the public. They were subsequently searched with arrest warrants from the year 1998 on. The first deadly attack happened on 09. September 2000, the last failed attack on 04. November 2011, which resulted in the deaths of Mundlos and Böhnhardt. According to media reports Mundlos and Böhnhardt robbed a bank and fled by bikes and later by caravan. After several hours they noticed that the police was about to surround them. They phoned Zschäpe and gave her the order to ignite their apartment. Then they committed suicide. On 9th of November reported that one person had a wound in the head and the other person had a wound in the breast. On 13th of November the prosecution Meiningen declared in contrast to the media-report, that based on the autopsy Mundlos and Böhnhardt died by direct head-shoots. End of November the Federal Criminal Agency changed the version: Closer examination of the bodies would show that Böhnhardt did not die by his own hand. He would had been killed by Mundlos. Afterwards Mundlos ignited the fire in the caravan, then he killed himself with the same weapon (Link to wikipedia). It is still unclear, how exactly Mundlos should have shot himself.

According the media reports the victims of the NSU were Turkish people, small business owners like doner-kebab sellers. Additionally NSU should have killed one Greek and one female police officer. The police called its special-unit "Bosphorus" and the media speculated about the acts of a "Turks-Mafia" (Link to wikipedia). In the year 2010 the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution ("Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz"(BfV)) claimed in its annual report, that in Germany "a right-wing terror structure is not detectable" (Link to "Deutschlandradio). This is a remarkable statement, because there was a similar situation in the Weimar Republic, which existed from 1918 until Adolf Hitler´s "seizure of power" in the year 1933. During this time a political slogan was created: The German justice-system "is on the right eye blind" (Link to wikipedia). This meant, that terror from right wing organizations were punished less, than similar attacks from the left. Many conservative judges saw Hitler as weapon against the communism. Ultimately this fear resulted that conservative parties voted for Adolf Hitler as chancellor in the year 1933; Hitler afterwards installed his dictatorship with the help of the elderly president of the Weimar Republic General Hindenburg (Link to wikipedia). Already in March 1933 the first concentration camp, in Dachau was opened mainly for political prisoners. The first prisoner of Dachau was the communist Claus Bastian, who could survive on contrast to millions of others (Link to wikipedia).

The Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV)

In the year 1950 this special intelligence agency was created with many reliable anti-communists, who already had leading roles in Hitler-Germany (Link to wikipedia). From then on the BfV has recruited police informers in right-wing organizations; at the moment there are 130 Neo-Nazis (End 2011) on its pay-roll (Link to Spiegel-online). As consequence of that strategy the move to ban the National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) failed in the highest German court the Federal Court of Justice of Germany, (Bundesgerichtshof (BGH)). The court was informed that inside this right-wing party police informers had leading roles. Therefore the BGB wanted to be informed about the identities of these informers. This was rejected by the home secretaries of federal states of Germany, who lead the federal branches of the BfV. Therefore the BGH dismissed the case by referring to the "missing state-distance" of the NPD (Link to wikipedia).

In the East of Germany the radical party NPD has many supporters and is even in federal parliaments. There are even so called "national liberated areas", where immigrants and Leftists are harassed by right thugs (Link to wikipedia). The work of the police is criticized badly by immigrant-organizations for not doing enough (Link to polizeigriff). There is one awful example: The death of the black, Oury Jalloh. He died by a incendiary, which broke out in a police-cell. There he was tight up on a mattress. According to the police version Jalloh should caused the fire by himself, but critics of this version were able that the BGH dismissed the acquittal of one policeman (Link to wikipedia).

Another example is the fate of three state-protectors from the federal state Sachsen-Anhalt. The men around Christian Kappert fought too successfully the brown terror. According to them the at that time Vice-President of the Police in Sachsen-Anhalt, Mister Glombitza, ordered them into his office and said that "nobody is happy with the high accounts of investigations" conducted by them. "The prestige of the state is harmed". It would be necessary that they work slower and "do not see everything". The three policemen went to the public; Glombitza replied that his words were put out of context badly. So these three protectors are not anymore working in their old area; Kappert for example conducts now traffic control. They have no permission to speak to the public (Link to Spiegel-Online).

Helmut Roewer was president of the office for protection in the federal land of Thüringen (LfV) from 1994 to 2000.  He said publicly 1999 that the National Socialism had "good and also bad sides" (Link to AG-Friedensforschung). From 1994 to 2001 the LfV Thüringen gave just one informer, Tino Brandt, 200.000 DM (Link to wikipedia). Brandt was a leading person of the NPD in Thüringen and leader of a right-wing comradeship called "Home-protection". Thüringen financed an educational film about extremism. There Brandt was interviewed and said that right-wing comradeships are against violence in principle. On the other side the film described left-wing organizations as dangerous and violent (Link to wikipedia). In the year 1998 Brandt informed the LfV, Thüringen about the getaway into the underground of Mundlos, Böhnhardt and Zschäpe, which became well known "heroes" the the brown scene. In the same year Brandt got the order of the LfV to give the fleeing trio 2.000 Euro for the financing of faked passports. According to the LfV the idea was to lure the fleeing NSU out from its hide-out and make arrests possible.


A member of the LfV from the federal state of Hessen was present in an internet-cafe, as its owner Halit Yozgat was shot dead by the NSU on 6. April 2006. This LfV-member had the nick name "Little Adolf". In "Little Adolfs" belongings were found firearms, ammunition, Hitlers book "My Fight" and other forbidden lectures; one book was about serial-killers. Nevertheless according to the LfV, Hessen his political extreme-right "tendencies" should have been limited on his early time as a youth. According to media reports this person should also have been in cities, in exact the time as more NSU-attacks happened. Nevertheless according to the LfV, Hessen his alibis are "plausible" and his involvement in the attacks "unlikely" (Link to

Another incredible coincidence happened around the murder of the female police officer Michèle Kiesewetter (Link to wikipedia). The official version claims that the NSU attacked her and her colleague to get their police-weapons, which sounds weird; in the Nazi-underground are enough weapons available. In the parking lot, where the police-officers were attacked, happened in just the same time an observation of members of the Islamic terror-cell "Sauerland-group", which planned attacks inside Germany (Link to wikipedia). In this observation was involved the US - service "Defense Intelligence Agency" (DIA), which wrote in following leaked memo: „SHOOTING INCIDENT INVOLVING BW OPS OFFICER WITH RIGHT WING OPERATIVES AND REGULAR POLICE PATROL ON THE SCENE." (Link to On contrary to that account, the German police did not assume "right wing operatives" as attackers, but a (never existing) "phantom of Heilbronn". The costly hunt for this "phantom" lasted several years and ended in an embarrassing blind alley (Link to wikipedia). With Kiesewetter´s gun, found in the burned out caravan of NSU, this case will likely be officially closed.

Conflicting witness-accounts

Interestingly witness accounts give a different version of the 04. November 2001. Reports of these witness-accounts are denounced by the mainstream-media like the newspaper sueddeutsche as "conspiracy theories" (Link to Nevertheless residents keep saying, that the caravan was already parked there in the day before the bank-robbery. The caravan was just moved early in the morning for one hour. Additionally residents observed a man, who was climbing out of the caravan shortly before it started to burn. The magazine "Stern" writes, that residents assume that Böhnhardt and Mundlos were already dead - long before the caravan began to burn.These reports are denied by the police (Link to 

Current state

At the moment the Federal Prosecutor General Range is conducting an investigation; there are ongoing arrests like of Miss Zschäpe. Therefore parliamentary inquiries do not get answers to important questions. The secretaries of the federal states just refer to the ongoing investigation, which should not be endangered. On 17. November 2011 Mister Range has already assured the public, that at the moment "there are no hints, that the BfV collaborated with the NSU." (Link to Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung).


It will be interesting, what explanation Mister Range will deliver, how the NSU could not be detected for 13 years in spite of all these police informers. The television channel "ZDF" reports that secret files about NSU will not be released until the year 2041 (Link to youtube).

Cover up?

A cover-up cannot be ruled out. This shows the assassination of the Leftist Benno Ohnesorg: He was protesting against the visit of the Shah of Iran in the year 1967. During the break-up of the demonstration, Ohnesorg was shot by the policeman Karl-Heinz Kurras. Kurras was cleared of all charges in two trials. In January 2012 (after more than 40 years) research carried out by federal prosecutors an the magazine Spiegel brought light into the dark: The shooting wasn't in self-defense as always claimed by Kurras. "Newly examined film and photo-graphical evidence also implicate fellow officers and superiors, proving that the police covered up the truth in subsequent investigations and trials. Additionally, medical staff who carried out the post mortem on Ohnesorg where ordered to falsify their report. However, the new information is unlikely to be sufficient for the case to be reopened." (Link to wikipedia).