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The Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (Germany's Internal Intelligence) classified the "identity movement" as a clearly extreme right-wing movement and called for surveillance. This means that the German branch of the movement, which originated in France, will be monitored by using the full operational tools of intelligence. While the movement was classified three years ago in a "state of suspicion."

"As an early warning system, we should focus not only on violent extremists, but we also have to monitor those who play verbally," said Thomas Hildenfang, head of internal intelligence.

Internal Intelligence confirmed that the "identity movement" had recently been directed "to exclude persons from outside Europe from participating in democracy and discriminating against them in a way that would harm their dignity."

For the identity movement, "persons without ethnic conditions" could not be part of a common culture at all, pointing out that this did not conform to the requirements of the German Constitution.

It is noteworthy that there are about 600 current members of the movement of identity in Germany, according to estimates of internal intelligence. Since then, Europe's interlocking movement has tried to win followers of its theory through overt operations.

The "Identity Movement" has been active since 2012 and is against multiculturalism and uncontrolled mass immigration.

WB / Z. ABB (AFP, AFP)

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