Monday, July 1, 2019

Thwarting neo-Nazis by Denying them Beer

The BBC posted a story a week ago "Beer ban leaves German neo-Nazi rock fans thirsty." Right-wingers descend on this town for a 'music' festival that the local courts have deemed something more.
The Dresden court justified its ban on alcohol at the festival by saying "the event has an obviously martial and aggressive character", and there was a risk that alcohol could make violence more likely.

Townsfolk worried that the attendees would simply purchase from the local grocery stores and so bought more than 200 crates of beer in the town's supermarkets. Festival attendance fell by half. That is changing the game to obtain more desirable results.

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