Now it has been proven: The man who made the headlines with the Hitler salute at the Chemnitz demonstration and discredited the entire protest is a RAF sympathizer - and thus quite obviously a left-wing extremist. He carries the abbreviation of the terrorist group on the back of his right hand. This is obviously not a right-wing extremist. The rumours of infiltrated provocateurs are thus receiving new confirmation. At first, the RAF logo on the hand was described by the mainstream media as a photomontage created by right-wing extremists. This has now turned out to be wrong. The editorial offices of "Rheinischer Post" and "T-Online" apologize today for this mistake and make it clear: The picture is real and not a fake!Thus it is obvious that the man with the raised right arm is an admirer of the left-wing terrorist "Red Army Faction". This fits badly with the world view of a neo-Nazis. And it raises the question of what is really behind the Hitler salute action.It was striking from the very beginning that the man with the hooded sweater separated himself from the other demonstrators and posed in front of the photographers with the Hitler salute. It also remained a mystery why policemen in combat uniforms did not arrest the man.Was there perhaps a reference to allowing the man to do so? Finally, he provided the pictures journalists needed to defame the protest of Monday the 27th of August as a neo-Nazi demonstration. A group of 10,000 people, mainly a cross-section of the Chemitz population, had taken part. So far it is not clear who this man is. The police say it is "irrelevant" to them whether the man is a right-wing or a left-wing man. It is crucial that the gesture is punishable. So no clarification can be expected from this side.However, it has been finally cleared up that the report that the RAF tattoo is a fake is not true. T-Online admits: "We called a photo of one of the Hitler salute hands a photomontage. That's wrong. After we checked the present material as well as further photographs again more exactly, we came to the conclusion: On the hand of the demonstrator pictured, the characters 'RAF' can actually be seen."And the newspaper "Rheinische Post" writes: "In an earlier version of the article it was said that a RAF tattoo on the hand of an alleged right-wing extremist demonstrator had turned out to be a photomontage. We have referred to research by the online portal watson.de. In the meantime, however, the portal has corrected his report: The man had indeed carried such a tattoo on his hand. We regret the misrepresentation and have removed the passage from our article as well."However, journalists do not dare to ask the only logical question: How could it be that a Nazi has the abbreviation of the terrorist organization prominently stabbed on the back of his hand? It is possible that the entire reporting about the right-wing extremist riots and the photogenic Hitler salutes is based on an action that ran under the False Flag.