What would you have done as a citizen I?

The Federal Public Prosecutor's Office of Germany is not in Berlin, but it is listed here on the blog under the heading Berlin. The supreme supervisory authority is based in Berlin.

When it comes to violation of human rights and arbitrariness, people in Germany are not quick enough to point the finger at other countries.

Sporting events are particularly popular to be politicized and used for this purpose, as currently the Fifa-World Cup 2022.

How appropriate is the term double standard here?

Judge it for yourself.

The Federal Public Prosecutor's Office in Germany, as the supreme investigative authority, is also responsible if e.g.  internal security is at risk.

You present evidence and documents to the Federal Public Prosecutor's Office that unimaginable conditions are the order of the day in

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (Former GDR),

criminals and racists are active at the key positiions there and thesoe accused as well try to cover up and circumvent their escapades and criminal acts under the quise of the "state".

Doesn’t that endanger internal security?

Further documents about the highly criminal and unimaginable conditions in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (Former GDR) are submitted to the Federal Public Prosecutor's Office.

What does the Federal Public Prosecutor's office do? Is it trying to close her eyes to it?

Now the supervisory authority over the Federal Public Prosecutor‘s Office of Germany, the Federal Ministry of Justice, is asked for help.

You also make clear to the Federal Ministry of Justice that the evidence submitted to the Federal Prosecutor's Office regarding the unimaginable conditions in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (Former GDR) are serious crimes, at least against internal security and that the case is also of particular importance.

The Federal Ministry of Justice has not yet issued a corresponding statement.

At the European level, it is recommended that everything has to be presented to the highest investigative authority in Germany.

You submit further evidence and details to the Attorney General's Office.

The Federal Ministry of Justice of Germany is still silent.

Continuation:

You submit further evidence and details to the German Attorney General's Office. 

To be continued.