Around 100 people took part in a rally of right-wing radicals with an ethnic orientation in front of the Reichstag in Berlin. The former teacher Nikolai Nerling, who had been dismissed by the state of Berlin because of his anti-constitutional sentiments, called for a rally.

In racist and openly anti-Semitic speeches, the restoration of the German Reich was called for, among other things.

At the same time, a rally with about 70 participants took place at the same place. This was attached to the French movement of the Yellow West, which led to a corresponding clothing style.

The group had called for the right-wing conspiracy theorist Rüdiger Klasen (Hoffmann). Journalists were also verbally threatened here. One person is taken into custody by the police.

During the rallies, up to 300 counter-demonstrators gathered to protest loudly against the right-wing radicals.

The police kept both sides at a distance, there were no incidents.