Germany: Anti-lockdown leader faces questions about cash flow – Business Insider – Business Insider

The leader of Germany’s largest anti-lockdown movement, “Querdenken-711,” has asked supporters to stop protesting until the spring.

Michael Ballweg’s announcement comes after the German media reported he shared the profits from Querdenken merchandise and directed donations to the movement into his personal bank account.

Ballweg’s slogan for the group is: “Where we go one, we go all,” lifted directly from the QAnon conspiracy theory.

Michael Ballweg, the founder of the so-called Querdenken-711 or “later-thinking” group, said in a Telegram video message over the Christmas period that he will be “indefinitely stopping large-scale Querdenken protests,” adding that he recommends the group’s branches do the same, according to Der Spiegel.

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