If you google the name Senger, the first thing you see is a car dealership. And even on Google News, where newspaper texts are aggregated, the keyword Senger is about the fear of "another wolf tear: the Senger family from Moorhof are worried about their fallow deer". So much for where the debate about the founder of a feminist bookstore in Berlin-Kreuzberg ranks in the attention economy of the Internet, which has received an echo from “taz” to “FAZ”: under not so important. That doesn't have to mean anything. That's what Google is like. I only mention this because, alongside Wikipedia and YouTube, Google is the main source for two activists to discredit the bookseller Emilia von Senger and her supposed Nazierbe.
Case Emilia von Senger: "Germans are people with a Nazi background"
Two activists play Nazi hunters on Instagram. And they turn out to be racists by assuming that all Germans have a “Nazi background”. The bookseller Emilia von Senger was only a first, random target. An excursion into the depths of identity politics.