Famous German singer Nina Maleika was shocked to find a judicial order from the court that had been left on her desk by police when she returned home from her vacation in Italy. While away, authorities had broken into her home and searched inside on “suspicion” of a fake Covid vaccination card.
The Hamburg police and government chose the wrong victim to target. The authorities’ actions have not only led to a wave of solidarity with the well-known artist but awakened the lioness in her to fight the state’s illegal search:
Dear Germany, dearest fascist Germany, dear oppressive structure, dear courts, The time will come when we will catch you fascists, and I will not do it personally; it will happen automatically.
You will eventually pay for it. You fascist judges, you fascist police officers, all those who tolerate this filth, this totalitarianism, take part, no matter in what form. I don’t, and neither does the pride of lions behind me.
Dress warmly, because karma will f* you up the a so hard, you’d wish you were never born. In this sense… feel free come to my apartment for the second time, come even when I’m at home.
We can also chat and sit down here at the table. We can drink coffee together, and then we can ask about what went wrong with you in your childhood for you to follow such orders.
You are perpetrators and accomplices of a fascist state that is just being established here. And the fact is, this is fascist.
Instead of intimidating her and discouraging further protest, Maleika released a video exposing the state’s violation of her property and intimidation tactics. She explains, “I think it’s important that people know what’s happening here. We know what happens to people like me who have the balls to open their mouths.”
Watch Maleika’s video that RAIR Foundation USA has exclusively translated:
Maleika is a German singer, songwriter, presenter, actress, and model from Hamburg and is known, among other things, for her work with musician Udo Lindenberg. Her father is Egyptian, but she grew up in Germany. Maleika has been an outspoken critic in the media and protests the state’s freedom-crushing Covid policies.
Initially, when Maleika returned home, she did not notice that authorities had conducted a search until she found on her desk:
a three-page letter from the Hamburg criminal police, a judicial order for a search of my apartment, a search warrant, which took place in my absence.”
The police gained entry with a key to the apartment that Maleika had to retrieve from the police station. She suspects that the property management gave the authorities the key.
Maleika is accused of falsifying a vaccination card. Despite the intrusive search, the police could not find anything in the apartment. Therefore, it seems that authorities initiated the criminal search based on a false accusation that she presented a fake vaccination card on December 22nd, 2021. An increasingly common tactic by leftist states against protestors.
It seems illogical that authorities would choose to search the singer’s home while she is away in Italy. Furthermore, if she had a “fake vaccine” card, wouldn’t she take something like that with her for it to be used when traveling?
Nina Maleika Background
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Maleika has been committed to ensuring that the art industry can continue to exist without the obligation of a Covid vaccination and is free from the government’s regulations and rules.
Maleika has repeatedly called for an open debate about Covid and the “vaccines.” On Instagram, she regularly posts about freedom, peace, and self-determination. She can also be heard in numerous interviews and podcasts about the current political situation.
Maleika has attended a lot of demonstrations against the state’s crushing Covid measures. Any high-profile individual who has spoken out against the government’s Covid policies has attracted much public and state attention.
She has always identified politically as a liberal or “so-called left-green person.” However, due to her outspoken criticism of the state’s policies, she has been shunned by most of her artistic community and former employers.
The artist feels that the police’s actions are nothing more than an attempt at intimidation. She explained in an interview,
People like me, who are somehow in the public eye, are very much subject to this framing, this cancel culture. The same thing happened to Paul Brandenburg recently, but it was about something else.
A police officer in Berlin just recently addressed me by my last name at the main train station and that was nobody I had ever met before. When I asked “How do you know my surname ?” I got “Well, you are known.” That’s when I realized, ok, people in the critical Covid measures movement are definitely a massive thorn in the side of the system in Germany.
If even people like me stand out, then you can roughly imagine how much focus is placed on us. I’m not even well known, I’m neither Sarah Connor nor Udo Lindenberg, nor do I have a reach like Bodo Schiffmann or Ken Jebsen. That says a lot.
‘This is an attack on all of us’
Maleika’s attorney Ivan Künnemann will be fighting the state’s illegal search of her apartment. The singer believes the government’s attack is not only about her but all German citizens being intimated, bullied, and stripped of their freedoms:
I realized almost immediately this isn’t about me or the prosecution. This is a very clear attack, and not against me personally. This is an attack on all of us, this is an attack on the remaining democratic state in the country, this is an attack on our legal system. In my opinion, the rule of law has now been undermined by all these incidents that we were allowed to experience.
I personally feel good. I’m not afraid in my apartment either, on the contrary. This action gave me massive strength for further resistance and a lot of courage to fight. So I say: ‘Guys, you messed with the right one or the wrong one. I’m not afraid, you won’t shut me up either.‘
‘There are some of us out there who are so strong and so serious about what they are doing that you won’t be able to shut them up. You won’t shut me up. I’m not afraid of you…’
So I’m grateful that it happened to me, I can counteract it, I have the power, I have the contacts and I’m the right person to tackle this now.