how did Gigi d’Agostino’s music “Love Always” become an anthem for far-right activists?

how did Gigi d’Agostino’s music “Love Always” become an anthem for far-right activists?
how did Gigi d’Agostino’s music “Love Always” become an anthem for far-right activists?

In videos circulating on social networks, we see young Germans in the evening singing at the top of their lungs “Ausländer raus”, or “foreigners outside”. Olaf Scholz condemned these comments, calling them “disgusting” slogans.

A young woman flashes a big smile and films her party friends for a few seconds. In the video, they dance and shout to the well-known techno music tune “Love always” from Italian DJ Gigi d’Agostino: “Ausländer raus!”. Either “strangers out!”. Or “Germany for the Germans”.

This scene would have taken place at Pentecost, in front of a restaurant called “Pony,” in Sylt, in the far north of the country, reports the German daily Die Welt. In the images, we also see a young man making a gesture reminiscent of the Hitler salute. The restaurant has since insisted on distancing itself from this scene and decided to launch legal action.

Since last Thursday, this video has been making the rounds on social networks, to the point that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz decided to react to X before the controversy continues to swell: these slogans are “disgusting” And “unacceptable”he decided in a concise statement.

“Brutalization”

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