BREAKING NEWS Out Of Berlin… Full Blown CHAOS


Over 500 German neo-Nazis have rallied in Berlin to mark the 30th anniversary of the death of high ranking Nazi war criminal Rudolf Hess.

Far-right activists gather every year to commemorate the suicide of Hitler’s one-time deputy, but the gathering has drawn more attention after last weekend’s far-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia that led to the death of a young woman.


The neo-Nazis planned a march to the former Spandau Prison where Hess, an early ally of Germany’s wartime dictator Adolf Hitler, served out the life sentence he was handed down at the post-war Nuremberg war crimes trials. Hess hanged himself in 1987, according to officials but many believe that he was murdered while in prison.

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Far-right protesters had planned to march to the site of the former Spandau prison but were forced to turn back after about a half mile because of a blockade by counter-protesters.

 After changing their route, the neo-Nazis, who had come from all over Germany and neighboring European countries, returned to Spandau’s main station for speeches amid jeers and chants of “Nazis go home!” and “You lost the war!” from the counter-protesters.

Far-right activists held up banners reading “I regret nothing” and hoisted the red, white and black flag of Hitler’s Third Reich as about 1,000 police looked on, EuroNews reports.

Police in riot gear kept the neo-Nazis and the 2000 counter-protesters apart as the two sides clashed in the German capital’s western district of Spandau.



European Neo-Nazis marching in Berlin-Spandau to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the death of Hitler’s former deputy Rudolf Hess were met over with over 2000 counter-protesters, Saturday.

Activists took the same route as the right-wing rally, starting their march at Spandau station and finishing at Spandau Prison where Hess committed suicide in 1987. Despite measures taken by Berlin police to separate the two rival marches, antifa protesters managed to block the route for nationalists by sitting in the road, trapping the Neo-Nazi marchers just a few metres away from their starting point.

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