This was no ordinary monument either and the vandalism was, very likely, grounded in racism.
Climate activists on Saturday splashed a dark liquid over an artwork near the German parliament building engraved with key articles from the country’s constitution, drawing condemnation from the speaker of parliament and other lawmakers.
The Last Generation group said supporters symbolically “soaked in ‘oil’” the outdoor installation — a series of glass plates on which 19 articles from the German Constitution setting out fundamental rights are engraved. They pasted posters over the work that read, “Oil or fundamental rights?”
The group said in a statement that “the German government is not protecting our fundamental rights” and argued that continuing to burn oil is incompatible with doing so.As it turns out, not only did the monument signify Germany’s dedication to law and order (i.e. civilization), that environmentalists oppose, but the work was done by a Jewish, Israeli artist:
Parliament Speaker Bärbel Bas said she was appalled by the action and has “no understanding for it.” She said the work by Israeli artist Dani Karavan, titled “Grundgesetz 49” after the German name of the post-World War II constitution and the year when it was drawn up, is a reminder to respect and protect rights such as freedom of expression and assembly.
The green vandals obviously chose to deface this memorial signifying their its dual purpose. Not only was the vandalism done to show environmentalist disdain for civilization, but also to demonstrate their hate of Jews. The scum that vandalized this work expressed the deep seeded hatred the left has for Jews and Israel though the mainstream media won’t report about that. Adolf Hitler would be so proud.
NOTE: The phrase behind the speaker of the photograph for this post is German for Blood and Soil. Mystical reverence for ecology, which included sacrificing human life to nature, was a theme of Nazi ideology.
PHOTO CREDIT: By Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-H1215-503-009 / CC-BY-SA 3.0, CC BY-SA 3.0 de, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=5433927