The messer has been built for ‘fascism’
The messers construction clothing company has completed the construction of a “fascists” house in a suburb of Cologne.
The company, Messers Constructors, says it wants to be able to “disrupt and create chaos in Germany” by making it easier for people to rent homes, sell property and take care of their children.
The construction took four months and cost more than €1 million ($1.3 million).
“It was a total accident, a total failure,” said Dirk Lauterbach, founder of Messers Construction, which also provides clothes for the military.
He said the company would continue to build “fasces” to make sure it is ready to be used in future conflicts.
In an interview with Deutsche Welle, Lautterbach said he is a proud owner of a Nazi-themed messer and that he will build the house in the middle of Cologne’s main street.
He also promised to donate it to a Nazi museum.
The city of Cologne is home to many groups, including the National Socialist Underground, which is associated with the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD), which has governed Germany for more than a decade.
A group of people from the AfD took over the city’s municipal administration and the city recently approved the demolition of a wall that stood near the city hall, according to the state broadcaster Deutsche Welt.
The wall, which was built in the 1920s, was part of a city-wide effort to build a wall between the city center and the suburbs, according the Afd.