The Berlin labour court dismissed the action of a primary-school teacher who calls himself the “people’s teacher”, against his dismissal. The 38-Year-old has released Internet videos, in which he criticized, among other things, the refugee policy of the Federal government and a “foreign Infiltration” of the “white nation-States” in Europe. The man was not permanently suitable for the school, ruled the court, and thus the formation of administrative law.
teacher’s thinking said on appeal to the
judge Arne Boyer, the teachers have used the Videos to the right of the state to attack, to disparage, and to make it contemptible. In it were also for sedition offenders sentenced. The constitutional order of the Federal Republic of Germany being put under pressure, the judge said. “We must fight vigorously.”
The teacher had complained of continued employment. About the verdict, he was surprised. On an appeal, he was thinking, he said.
The teacher had been accused of spreading in Parts its about 300 Videos inciting statements and the so-called Reich citizens. The grouping does not recognise the Federal Republic of Germany, as well as their authorities and laws. You will be nationally observed from the protection of the Constitution.
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The lawyer of the teacher, the Videos were covered by the freedom of expression. Be client, keep to the basic law, had been as a teacher, students, and parents popular. “My client is not a conspiracy theorist.” Rather, education Senator Sandra Scheeres (SPD), have a media campaign against the teachers pushed. He has been employed since 2009 in the country and had taught at a primary school in the district of Wedding, music and sports.
duty of Loyalty for employees
According to the administration of education Videos made by students were seen in the leisure and commented on what is actually in the classroom into action. The employee is a teacher – not just officials – to be committed to loyalty. The court first proposed a comparison with a severance pay had been rejected by the educational administration.
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