Storm at the Capitol: Freiburg’s Trainer Christian Streich sees a warning for Germany

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Trump and the consequences
Freiburg coach Christian Streich: “storm the Capitol should be a warning to all of us”

Now the senior coach of the Bundesliga, Christian Streich of SC Freiburg

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He is a coach who has say beyond the football what and Freiburg coach Christian Streich gave the pictures to think from the storming of the Capitol. In this country, it was the populists in the barriers.

Coach Christian Streich of SC Freiburg looks at the storm of supporters of the defeated U.S. President Donald Trump on the Capitol in Washington as a warning to the political and social situation in Germany. “It must be a warning for all of us – even in our country,” said the Coach of the Baden Bundesliga club on Thursday. “As bad as it is, maybe it helps us even when we see these images to know how fast it is in such a direction you can go.”

Given what he’s “from the history of the last few hundred years, and the of the 20. Century have learned surprised me, what happens in America now,” said prank. “I expected it to be honestly so.” You have to look “just exactly what is happening in this country, how is this racist and enemy of mankind was accompanied by not a few people, also from the political and economic Elite. How he was supported.” Therefore, there was a “not a guilty, but many in the leadership of the United States, which now are responsible for it, that people die, that very, very many died, for example, in the case of Corona, and that there is a terrible racism in this country.”

It was important to “look the whole time only to America,” said prank. “In our country, a democratically elected party be hunting slogans spread and people will be funneled into the building, the symbol of our democracy, and parliamentarians are bepöbelt and attacked. This happened a few weeks ago.” Where it was possible, had to show the courage of his convictions. “You see now in America, how fast it can go, that even the Inconceivable is possible. As this Person fired, and was supported, also, by a so-called right intelligence, you don’t have to wonder that there are now Dead, and that the center of democracy is attacked in a terrorist manner.”

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