A video has been circulating on social media for days that has caused horror. It shows young people on Sylt chanting xenophobic slogans during a party. It is now clear who the people in the clip are.

At first it looks like a wild party, a lot of fun, a boozy evening. The video from Sylt, which is currently circulating on social networks and in established media, shows young people partying. But anyone who turns the sound on will probably be stunned.

Some of those present chant phrases such as “Foreigners out!” and “Germany for the Germans!” A young man holds two fingers to his mouth, raises his hand in the air and apparently imitates Adolf Hitler. None of those standing around seem to be bothered by this.

The video is said to have been shot on the Whitsun weekend in the outdoor area of ​​the exclusive Sylt club “Pony”. It is already clear that the incident has had repercussions for some of the people who appear in the clip.

The state security service is investigating for incitement and the use of anti-constitutional symbols. This is according to a report in the “Spiegel”. For several of the hooligans, the scandalous appearance also has professional consequences, as several media outlets report.

According to information from the “Bild” newspaper, the man who is pressing two fingers to his mouth was working for an advertising agency until recently. His employer apparently recognized Moritz N. and “immediately terminated his employment without notice.”

The Munich-based agency Serviceplan has issued an Instagram statement that could refer to N. It says: “We are a cosmopolitan company and live our guiding principle of strength through diversity in all of our Houses of Communication with 6,000 colleagues from more than 50 countries worldwide every day.”

Racism “will not be tolerated in any form within the agency group.” When the Sylt incident became known, “immediate action was taken and termination without notice was given.”

N.’s father apparently works as a doctor in the Allgäu region. When asked by the “Bild” newspaper, he did not want to comment on the current incidents – also on behalf of his son.

N. is not the only one for whom the shouting in the noble club has consequences. At the beginning of the scandalous video, a young woman can also be seen shouting “Foreigners out, Germany for the Germans!”: Elisa K.

According to the “Bild” newspaper, she comes from a wealthy family that lives in the Hamburg area and previously worked for the well-known influencer Milena Karl. After the events on the outside grounds of the “Pony”, she also lost her job.

In an Instagram story, Karl writes that she was “shocked, appalled and hurt” that “one of the people in the video was employed by me.” For Karl, as she explains in the story, it was clear that she would end the collaboration immediately.

At the end of her statement, the influencer makes it clear how much the Sylt video upsets her. “I am a migrant myself and as an expectant mother, everything that can be seen in this video represents a society in which I do not want to raise my child.”

The Hamburg University of Applied Sciences also commented on the Sylt video. There is a suspicion “that one of the people involved is a student at the university,” it said in a public statement.

The institution also stated: “Such behavior is completely unacceptable and unacceptable. As a cosmopolitan university, we are clearly against it and will not tolerate such inhumane statements in any form.”

Apparently, a large part of the group chanting xenophobic slogans in the video lives in Munich, according to a report by the Cologne broadcaster “RTL”. This includes Maximilian F., who has made a name for himself as a luxury influencer.

Juri B., who is not seen in the video, is said to have also been there. He worked as a consultant for medium-sized companies, according to the report in the “Bild” newspaper. The emphasis is on “worked” – because he apparently suffered the same fate as Elisa K. and Moritz N..

The newspaper quoted his employer as saying: “We are shocked by the disgusting content of the video. When the incident became known, we reacted immediately and terminated the employee without notice.”

By the way: Deutsche Bank also responded to the Sylt video in a story on Instagram. The post suggests that someone who can be seen or heard in the “Ausländer raus” clip also works there.

“We clearly distance ourselves from the opinions and comments expressed in the video currently circulating,” the story says. Information is currently being examined.

The operators of the Sylt “Pony” bar are shocked. Tom Kinder told FOCUS online that they had no idea what was going on. “We are a cosmopolitan place,” he told our editors. “Nazi slogans are not welcome here!”

In a post on Instagram, the bar’s operators also explained that they had been given the names of those shouting xenophobic slogans in the video. What this means is clear: “We will report this disgusting behavior and use all criminal law options!!!”

A video shows young people chanting “Foreigners out” while partying outside a club. The video has been shared many times on social media. The first people in the video have faced consequences. Racist incidents have also occurred in other places in Germany. All developments in the ticker.

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