Racist chants filmed at the shooting festival in Vechta

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Written By Maya Cantina

Löningen. State security is investigating racist chants at a shooting festival in western Lower Saxony. At the event on Whit Monday in Löningen west of Vechta, racist slogans were sung to the song “L’amour Toujours” by Gigi D’Agostino, the police announced on Friday. Witnesses who filmed what happened reported the incident to the police.

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Previously, a video of a similar incident on Sylt caused national outrage on Friday. In the video, young people can be seen shouting racist slogans under the song “L’amour toujours” in front of a bar on the North Sea island. The restaurant distanced itself from it and announced legal action. State security is also investigating here. Similar cases have been reported again and again in recent months.

A similar incident in Löningen

The Bremen portal “buten un in” reported online about the incident in Löningen that, among other things, a video circulated on the Snapchat messenger in which young people chant racist slogans at the shooting festival. They also allegedly shouted, among other things, ‘Foreigners out’ and ‘Germany for the Germans’.

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“In a cosmopolitan and tolerant society that has just jointly celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Basic Law, such behavior is incompatible with our view of humanity,” said Andreas Sagehorn, chairman of the Oldenburg police.

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