Inside Germany’s Detention Camp for Lockdown Violators [VIDEO]

ER Editor: The following is a short 2-minute video from Bild, a German MSM outlet, that was re-issued by France Soir, and then subtitled in English by On Top for the Bitchute channel HabeasCorpusCanada, which we recommend. Thanks to the editor of this channel for passing this video along to us.

It presents a quarantine camp that has been repurposed for lockdown violators in the town of Moltsfeldt in the region of Schleswig-Holstein. This is in the far north of the country, about 50 kms from the Danish border. From cursory research, it seems that they are using a pre-existing youth detention center for this purpose.

The fairly bland presentation by Bild journalists is disturbing, as is the admission by district administrator Jans Peter Schroder (pictured) that this detention indeed represents a violation of fundamental freedom of movement which is the furthest they admit they can go in terms of penalty. Detention here is purportedly made after ‘repeated’ violations of lockdown, however many that entails. Detainees will apparently not even be allowed out of their cells as a genuine prison inmate would be for an hour of exercise each day. The center is due to open its doors sometime this month.

There is absolutely no recognition in this video of the fact that detention may be completely unwarranted, so utterly out of proportion in both medical and legal terms with the alleged threat to public health, and therefore illegal.

And there is no recognition whatever that this is taking place in the country historically infamous for its concentration camps.



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6 Comments on Inside Germany’s Detention Camp for Lockdown Violators [VIDEO]

  1. The voice-over in the video speaks about “knal harde regeln” (tr. very tough houserules) for people who are getting detained in these facilities. I wonder if there is any information about that. It seems obvious they are not free to walk, but they specifically speak about very tough rules, what more could possibly be done?

    Also, Canadian-based Rebel News did a report on the ownership of quarantaine facilities, and they claimed at least one of the quarantaine “hotels” is owned by the Chinese Communist Party.
    Do we know who actually owns the German buildings?

    All reporting is much appreciated.

  2. P.S. I stand with Lady Michèle Renouf on the issue that Germany was not alone in resorting to concentration camps. Canada and USA had camps. So did others. Indeed, I would point out that UK under Queen Victoria launched an assault on the Dutch Boers of South Africa, gathering their women and children into camps to intimidate the men who were fighting for their own self-government.

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