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BERLIN — Just before hundreds of far-right activists recently tried to storm the German Parliament, one of their leaders revved up the crowd by conjuring President Trump.
“Trump is in Berlin!” the woman shouted from a small stage, as if to dedicate the imminent charge to him.
She was so convincing that several groups of far-right activists later showed up at the American Embassy and demanded an audience with Mr. Trump. “We know he’s in there!” they insisted.
Mr. Trump was neither in the embassy nor in Germany that day — and yet there he was. His face was emblazoned on banners, T-shirts and even on Germany’s pre-1918 imperial flag, popular with neo-Nazis in the crowd of 50,000 who had come to protest Germany’s pandemic restrictions. His name was invoked by many with messianic zeal.




It was only the latest evidence that Mr. Trump is emerging as a kind of cult figure in Germany’s increasingly varied far-right scene.
“Trump has become a savior figure, a sort of great redeemer for the German far right,” said Miro Dittrich, an expert on far-right extremism at the Berlin-based Amadeu-Antonio-Foundation.
Germany — a nation generally supportive of a government that has handled the pandemic better than most — may seem an unlikely place for Mr. Trump to gain such a status. Few Western nations have had a more contentious relationship with Mr. Trump than Germany, whose leader, Chancellor Angela Merkel, a pastor’s daughter and scientist, is his opposite in terms of values and temperament. Opinion polls show that Mr. Trump is deeply unpopular among a broad majority of Germans.
But his message of disruption — his unvarnished nationalism and tolerance of white supremacists coupled with his skepticism of the pandemic’s dangers — is spilling well beyond American shores, extremism watchers say.
In a fast-expanding universe of disinformation, that message holds real risks for Western democracies, they say, blurring the lines between real and fake news, allowing far-right groups to extend their reach beyond traditional constituencies and seeding the potential for violent radicalization.




Mr. Trump’s appeal to the political fringe has now added a new and unpredictable element to German politics at a time when the domestic intelligence agency has identified far-right extremism and far-right terrorism as the biggest risks to German democracy.
The authorities have only recently woken up to a problem of far-right infiltration in the police and military. Over the past 15 months, far-right terrorists killed a regional politician on his front porch near the central city of Kassel, attacked a synagogue in the eastern city of Halle and shot dead nine people of immigrant descent in the western city of Hanau. Mr. Trump featured in the manifesto of the Hanau killer, who praised his “America First” policy.
In Germany, as in the United States, Mr. Trump has become an inspiration to these fringe groups. Among them are not only long-established hard-right and neo-Nazi movements, but also now followers of QAnon, the internet conspiracy theory popular among some of Mr. Trump’s supporters in the United States that hails him as a hero and liberator.
Germany’s QAnon community, barely existent when the pandemic first hit in March, may now be the biggest outside the United States along with Britain, analysts who track its most popular online channels say.




Matthias Quent, an expert on Germany’s far right and the director of an institute that studies democracy and civil society, calls it the “Trumpification of the German far right.”
“Trump has managed to attract different milieus, and that’s what we’re seeing here, too,” Mr. Quent said. “We have everything from anti-vaxxers to neo-Nazis marching against corona measures. The common denominator is that it’s people who are quitting the mainstream, who are raging against the establishment.”




Trump, he added, “is the guy fighting the liberal-democratic establishment.”
For some on the far-right fringes, Mr. Trump’s message has been especially welcome at a time when Germany’s homegrown nativist party, the Alternative for Germany, or AfD, is struggling to exploit the pandemic and has seen its support dip to around 10 percent, experts say.
Nationalist populists in Germany have long welcomed the presence of one of their own, as they see it, in the White House. Mr. Trump’s language and ideology have helped legitimize theirs.
The AfD has repeatedly paraphrased Mr. Trump by calling for a “Germany first” approach. But the president is popular in more extremist circles, too. Caroline Sommerfeld, a prominent ideologue of a contingent known as the “new right” with close links to the extremist Generation Identity movement, said she had popped open a bottle of champagne when Mr. Trump won the 2016 election.
The QAnon phenomenon has added a new kind of fuel to that fire.
QAnon followers argue that Mr. Trump is fighting a “deep state” that not only controls finance and power, but also abuses and murders children in underground prisons to extract a substance that keeps its members young. German followers contend that the “deep state” is global, and that Ms. Merkel is part of it. Mr. Trump, they say, will liberate Germany from the Merkel “dictatorship.”




The far-right magazine Compact, which has printed Mr. Trump’s speeches for its readers, had a giant Q on its latest cover and held a “Q-week” on its video channel, interviewing far-right extremists like Björn Höcke. On the streets of Berlin last weekend there were Q flags and T-shirts and several banners inscribed with “WWG1WGA,” a coded acronym for Q’s hallmark motto, “Where we go one, we go all.”
Hard numbers are difficult to discern, with followers often subscribing to accounts on different platforms, analysts say. NewsGuard, a U.S.-based disinformation watchdog, found that across Europe, accounts on YouTube, Facebook and Telegram promoting the QAnon conspiracy counted 448,000 followers.




In Germany alone, the number of followers of QAnon-related accounts has risen to more than 200,000, Mr. Dittrich said. The largest German-language QAnon channel on YouTube, Qlobal-Change, has over 17 million views and has quadrupled its following on Telegram to over 124,000 since the coronavirus lockdown in March, he said.
“There is a huge Q community in Germany,” Mr. Dittrich said, with new posts and memes that dominate the message boards in the United States immediately translated and interpreted into German.
The fusion of the traditional far right with the QAnon crowd was something new, Mr. Quent said. “It’s a new and diffuse kind of populist rebellion that feeds on conspiracy theories and is being supplied with ideology from different corners of the far-right ecosystem,” he said.
One reason the QAnon conspiracy has taken off in Germany, Mr. Dittrich said, is that it is a good fit with local conspiracy theories and fantasies popular on the far right.
One of them is the “great replacement,” which claims that Ms. Merkel and other governments have been deliberately bringing in immigrants to subvert Germany’s ethnic and cultural identity. Another is a purported national crisis called “Day X,” when Germany’s current order will supposedly collapse and neo-Nazis take over.
A third theory is the belief that Germany is not a sovereign country but an incorporated company and occupied territory controlled by globalists.
This belief is held among a faction known as “Reichsbürger,” or citizens of the Reich, who orchestrated the brief storming on Parliament on Aug. 29. They do not recognize Germany’s post-World War II Federal Republic and are counting on Mr. Trump and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia to sign a “peace treaty” to liberate Germans from their own government.




Another reason for QAnon’s spread is that several German celebrities have become multipliers of the conspiracy, among them a former news presenter and a rapper and former judge on Germany’s equivalent of “American Idol.”
One of the biggest figures spreading the QAnon conspiracy is Attila Hildmann, a vegan-celebrity-chef-turned-far-right-influencer with more than 80,000 followers on the Telegram messaging app. He has appeared at all major coronavirus marches in Berlin, venting against face masks, Bill Gates and the Rothschild family — and appealing to Mr. Trump to liberate Germany.




“Trump is someone who has been fighting the global ‘deep state’ for years,” Mr. Hildmann said in an interview this past week. “Trump has become a figure of light in this movement, especially for QAnon, precisely because he fights against these global forces.”
“That’s why the hope for the German national movement, or the liberation movement, lies basically with Q and Trump, because Trump is a figure of light because he shows that you can fight these global powers and that he is victorious,” Mr. Hildmann said.
“The Germans hope that Trump will liberate Germany from the Merkel corona regime,” he said, so that “the German Reich is reactivated.”
Mr. Hildmann’s influence became plain in June, when he mobilized thousands of people to send messages to the U.S. and Russian embassies in Berlin to appeal for help. In the space of a few days, 24,000 tweets had been received by the embassies calling on Mr. Trump and Mr. Putin to “liberate” Germany from Ms. Merkel’s “criminal regime” and prevent “forced vaccination” and “genocide.”




Germany’s domestic intelligence agency has warned of the risk of far-right extremists using the pandemic for their own purposes. This past week the agency’s chief, Thomas Haldenwang, said that “aggressive and disruptive far-right elements” were the driving force behind the protests over coronavirus restrictions.
But extremism experts and lawmakers worry that the security services are not paying close enough attention to the violent potential in the mix of QAnon disinformation campaigns and homegrown far-right ideology.
In the United States, some QAnon believers have been charged with violent crimes, including one accused of murdering a mafia boss in New York last year and another arrested in April after reportedly threatening to kill Joseph R. Biden Jr., who has since become the Democratic presidential candidate. The F.B.I. has warned that QAnon poses a potential domestic terrorism threat.
In Germany, language reminiscent of QAnon was used in the manifesto of the gunman who killed nine people with immigrant roots in the western city of Hanau in February.
“We have already seen that this conspiracy has the potential to radicalize people,” Mr. Dittrich said.
There are an estimated 19,000 Reichsbürger in Germany, about 1,000 of them classified as far-right extremists by the domestic intelligence service. Many of them are armed.
“At a time when some people are determined to destroy democratic discourse with all means possible,” said Konstantin von Notz, a lawmaker and deputy president of the intelligence oversight committee, “we have to take such a phenomenon very seriously.”




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Investigative journalists affiliated with Bellingcat, a digital forensic website, suggested that Marsalek fled from Germany to Belarus via Estonia, and then had been taken to Russia by the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence service. Further reporting by the Financial Times revealed that Marsalek appeared to have close links to the GRU, which has been very busy of late.
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The National Interest: How the Gulf State Monarchies Have Managed to Hold On to Power

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The Gulf monarchies of Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and to a lesser extent, Bahrain were the least affected by the Arab Spring. These six Gulf monarchies were more successful in weathering the political storm than their republican neighbours, which in some cases were plunged into civil wars with a heavy humanitarian and economic toll.

When the Arab Spring protests erupted in 2010, many political pundits predicted the uprisings would ripple through the entire region and ultimately reach the oil-rich Gulf states, sweeping away monarchies.
But ultimately, the Gulf monarchies of Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and to a lesser extent, Bahrain were the least affected by the Arab Spring. These six Gulf monarchies were more successful in weathering the political storm than their republican neighbours, which in some cases were plunged into civil wars with a heavy humanitarian and economic toll.
I spent a good deal of my life in the region and during the uncertain times of the Arab Spring, so curious colleagues ask me how the Gulf monarchies continue to hold on. In response, I draw not on my memories but on my political training. And I believe there are lessons to learn from the durability of these regimes that could enhance global efforts to understand the region and build sustainable peace in the Middle East.
Most Middle East countries are oil-rich
I generally scoff at the argument that Gulf monarchies have only managed to navigate the tricky waters of the regions geopolitics and avoided a mass exodus of their citizens because of their oil wealth. This popular wisdom holds that petrodollars allow the Gulf monarchies to coax people into submission, and thats why they endure.
Missing from this assessment is acknowledgement that the Gulf monarchies arent the only countries in the broader region with ample hydrocarbon riches. Yet petrodollars in the broader region that often benefited citizens of those countries didnt prevent public anger or major challenges to authority.
Brief comparisons between the Gulf monarchies and other oil-producing countries in the region reveal other common ground besides oil, such as culture and religion. Yet their respective trajectories since the 1950s Gulf monarchies modernized quickly, while other oil-exporting countries (for example IraqLibyaAlgeria and Iran) have undergone political crises, coups and even regime change. Thats only added to the sense that Gulf monarchies and other oil-producing countries in the region are heading in different directions.
So oil alone doesnt explain the longevity of the Gulf monarchies. Other factors help explain their success.
Monarchies accepted in Gulf region
First and foremost is whether people in the Gulf region see monarchy as a legitimate form of government. In Western political thought, elections represent one of the key benchmarks for judging the legitimacy of government. This is the foundation of participatory democracy.
By this token, only leaders from presidential republics pass muster in terms of Western legitimacy. After all, these countries hold regular presidential elections.
But are those elections themselves legitimate?
In 2011, at the height of the Arab Spring, Elliott Abrams, deputy national security adviser to former U.S. President George W. Bush, wrote that Arab monarchies are more legitimate than the false republics. This assessment raises two critical issues.
The first is the reliability of elections in the Gulf. Presidential elections in Middle Eastern republics have often been fraudulent. It would make a mockery of democracy to consider these elections proof of legitimacy.
The second concerns the compatibility between society and its political institutions. This is one of the pillars of stability in any society. Hereditary monarchies like the ones in the Gulf arent a novelty for the native cultures of the region. These monarchies therefore derive legitimacy from the fit between their royal institutions and the cultural norms of their people. This is a traditional form of political legitimacy.
With their emphasis on tradition, hierarchy, loyalties and social alliances, monarchies are accepted by many of the cultures of the Arabian Peninsula. The Gulf monarchies were borne out of their own socio-cultural heritages, and this gives them more legitimacy.
Ruling at a distance
This legitimacy however sets certain limits on executive authority and places demands on the monarchs, who are expected to be arbiters between competing interests benevolent stabilizers, so to speak. In fact, problems have arisen when monarchs fail to project this image or perform this role.
An example is Bahrains mass protests in 2011, when many citizens felt their king showed little commitment to the principles of compromise and moderation that had largely characterized his predecessors reign.
The arbiter status gives the monarchs respect and authority, which enables them to rule at distance.
This has helped them maintain power with less reliance on force than their non-monarchy neighbours, which base their claims for legitimacy on political ideology like nationalism and independence. More often than not, these ideologies dont resonate with people. This poses a major challenge to their ability to maintain power, so the republics rely more on force and security to maintain power.
This best expresses itself in Syria, where the Al-Assad regime has ruled for decades through a network of overlapping security agencies to enforce questionable legitimacy.
Thats why the regional republics were hit harder by the Arab Spring. Popular uprisings there were fuelled by greater discontent.
Creating stability
This has spared the Gulf monarchies from frequent legitimacy crises and allowed them to divert resources to other aspects of governance, like building state capacity. This refers to the ability of governments to employ administrative and technical processes, rather than force, to address societal challenges and create stability.
State capacity is bound with a countrys investment in education and human capital, which in turn create a capacity for informed decision-making. This is evident in the volume of publications by Gulf universities. Despite the relative youth of universities in Gulf monarchy states most of them were founded in the mid-1970s they outperform their counterparts in Arab republics in terms of quantity of publications.





A table shows the number of published documents among Gulf State universities.
Number of published documents from Clarivate Analytics Web of ScienceTM: InCites Dataset (Retrieved August 2020) Author providedAuthor provided
The future success of the Gulf monarchies probably hinges on further investment in education.
Doing so will enhance the quantity and quality of intellectual activity and produce citizens who can share power, steer economies in response to societal and technological challenges and guarantee long-term stability.
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Edmund Adam, PhD candidate of Higher Education (Comparative, International and Development Education) at OISE, University of Toronto
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Respected North Korea analysts are sounding alarm bells that North Korea could soon test an SLBM "for the first time". That's not exactly, nor should we should panic if they test again. 

Is North Korea preparing to inaugurate a new round of weapons testing with a submarine-launched ballistic missile? And if so, will it be timed to the U.S. presidential election calendar in a not-so-subtle attempt to poke President Donald Trump in the eye as he fights for his political life?
If you happened to glance at the latest satellite imagery report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), you might come to the conclusion that some earth-shattering, ground-breaking SBLM test from Pyongyang is only a matter of time. Using a September 4 image of the Norths Sino South Shipyard as its source, CSISs Beyond Parallel Program concluded that some activity at the site suggests that an SLBM launch is a possibility.
The authors of the report, Joseph Bermudez and Victor Chawrite that [a] satellite image of the Sinpo South Shipyard...shows some activity within the secure boat basin that is suggestive, but not conclusive, of preparations for an upcoming test of a Pukguksong-3 [SLBM] from the submersible test stand barge based here." They go on to say that a test, if carried out, "would support escalating speculation that North Korea has been making advances in both ballistic missile and SLBM development during the past year..
Clarifying further, Cha, who served as President George W. Bushs Asia director on the National Security Council, told NBC's Andrea Mitchell that it "looks like they [the North Koreans] are certainly preparing to do an SLBM test for the first time. A "sea-launched missile test, Cha said, "would definitely cross all of President Trumps red lines because it would involve a major ballistic missile. 
Sounds ominous, doesnt it? Well, according to the weapons analysts and senior U.S. intelligence officials I spoke to, the CSIS report is more bark than bite. Indeed, the latest images tell us little other than the fact that some portions of the U.S. analyst community are often prone to over-reading and/or sensationalizing North Koreas ballistic missile development.
Markus Garlauskas and Bruce Perry are two of the most authoritative North Korea analysts the U.S. intelligence community has to offer. The former served as the U.S. National Intelligence Officer for North Korea between 2014 to 2020; the latter was the Senior Intelligence Officer for the Northeast Asia Division at U.S. Indo-Pacific Command between 2005 to 2019. Both told me that the CSIS report dramatizes, if not inflates, events. In their professional judgement, the reality is far more mundaneand frankly boring.
North Korea already tested a new model of a submarine-launched ballistic missile last year, the two told me in an email exchange, so the notion that an SLBM launch would be some new development is inaccurate.
The same general sentiment was expressed by Vann Van Diepen, a former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Nonproliferation and a senior weapons of mass destruction analyst in the U.S. intelligence community. In contrast to Chas assertion that Pyongyang could be preparing for its first-ever SLBM test, Van Diepen told me the North already executed an SLBM test in May 2015. The career weapons analyst also expressed the fact that a future test of the Pukguksong-3 ballistic missile wouldnt exactly be unprecedented either. The Kim dynasty test-launched the Pukguksong-3, a two-stage, solid-fueled ballistic missile with a maximum range of 1,900-2,000 kilometers, last year. If the CSIS report did uncover anything, it was merely a confirmation of what Washington has long believed: North Korea continues to refine its ballistic missile capability, diplomacy or no diplomacy.
How seriously should U.S. officials take the pictures from the Sino shipyard? Are we looking at a potential major new development for the North as the NBC News story implies?
Garlauskas and Perry told me to hold my horses. "[A]dding an outdated ballistic missile sub with limited capabilities to North Koreas force would really not change the strategic equation significantly, the two pros said, "particularly not in comparison to its cost to the North Korean regime. Van Diepen had a similar assessment: a Pukguksong-3 missile fired from a submarine would not vastly expand KJUs arsenal as the CSIS report claims.
None of this, of course, is to suggest that North Koreas ballistic missile program isn't maturing. Garlauskas and Perry commented that if Washington wants to worry about something, it can start with the Kim dynastys land-based, mobile ballistic missile systems, which are more advanced and time-tested than Pyongyangs largely primitive SLBM program. There is also no denying that submarine-launched ballistic missiles would provide the North Koreans with an additional weapon in its arsenal if a conflict with the United States or South Korea broke out.
Fortunately, the U.S. doesnt need to concern itself too much with this hypothetical scenario. North Koreas risk calculus on the Korean Peninsula hasnt changed. In his first decade since inheriting power from his father, Kim Jong-un has revealed himself to the world as a shrewd, canny operator who not only has a knack for busting apart the U.N. sanctions regime but is also aware of his countrys weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Like his father and grandfather, Kim wants to sit atop the throne until he dies from old age or health complications. Needless to say, provoking a war with a superpower would shred those plans as violently as Kim has shredded his internal enemies.
Daniel R. DePetris is a columnist for the Washington Examiner and the contributor to the National Interest.
Image: What appears to be a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) flies in an undisclosed location in this undated picture released by North Korea's Central News Agency (KCNA) on October 2, 2019.
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Президент Соединенных Штатов Дональд Трамп в понедельник заявил, что поддержит остановку реализации российского проекта «Северный поток 2» из-за ситуации с блогером Алексеем Навальным.«Конечно. Я поддерживал это. Я первый, кто предложил это», передает РИА «Новости» его слова.
Ранее сообщалось, что посол России в Великобритании Андрей Келин заявил в британском МИД о недопустимости голословных обвинений в связи с «отравлением» Навального.
В понедельник медики клиники Charite сообщили, что состояние здоровья блогера Алексея Навального улучшилось, его вывели из медицинской комы и отключили от аппарата искусственной вентиляции легких.
5 сентября Национальная медицинская палата России обратилась к Врачебной палате Германии с предложением создать совместную экспертную группу для изучения причин состояния Навального.
Напомним, в Мюнхенском институте фармакологии и токсикологии Федеральных вооруженных сил заявили, что обнаруженный в крови Алексея Навального яд относится к группе нервно-паралитических агентов «Новичок». При этом врачи омской больницы, куда был госпитализирован впавший в кому Навальный, докладывали, что не обнаружили в его организме следов отравляющих веществ.
Более того, заведующий отделением острых отравлений больницы, главный токсиколог Омской области и Сибирского федерального округа Александр Сабаев заявил, что врачи омской больницы, куда был госпитализирован Навальный, не обнаружили в его организме следов отравляющих веществ. Он отметил, что самые главные органы, отвечающие за детоксикацию почки, печень, легкие, на момент пребывания пациента в нашей клинике были интактны. То есть не было повреждений и гипотезы о прохождении токсиканта через эти органы а любой токсикант, естественно, должен через них пройти.
Также кандидат химических наук, судебный эксперт-химик Дмитрий Гладышев заявил, что для профессионального обсуждения инцидента с якобы «отравлением» Алексея Навального необходимо знать конкретное название вещества, а сказать, что это «вещество семейства «Новичок» не сказать ничего.



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It turns out you can quite easily get away with leaping into a police cruiser, destroying documentation within and even assaulting an officer if youre a goat according to hilarious bodycam footage filmed in the US.
Footage of the bizarre altercation was shared online by the Douglas County Sheriff Department, and promptly went viral. The video was captured by the body cam of a deputy as she was out delivering some civil papers in Douglasville, Georgia.
The officer had unwarily left her car door open – and it did not escape the notice of a sneaky goat, which decided to get in. On noticing the animal, the officer rushed back to her car, only to find the goat snacking on some paperwork.
The deputy then tried to pull the animal out by its tail via the driver’s door. However, the four-footed intruder refused to cooperate with law enforcement – and continued munching on the documents. The policewoman then tried a different approach, attempting to pull the goat by its horns from the other side of the vehicle while wrestling the papers from it.




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She was eventually able to push the goat out of the car, but the rowdy caprine snatched back some of the sheets and continued consuming them. The officer had managed to grab the partially eaten documents from the animal, when the vengeful goat, clearly displeased at is snack being interrupted, headbutted her and knocked her to the ground.




The goat emerges victorious. © Facebook / Douglas County Sheriff's Office (Georgia)
According to the Sheriff’s Department, the unlucky deputy was not injured during the struggle. The goat, meanwhile, walked away from the encounter without any legal consequences.
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