Mass protests against Merkel have been taking place around the country against Angela Merkel’s disastrous Muslim immigration policy which has added some 2 million more Muslims to Germany, with at least 200,000 more to be added every year, are being met with counter-protests by the so-called anti-fascist ANTIFA who are the biggest pro-Muslim invasion fascists of all.
Voice of Europe (h/t Marvin W) Two large protests against migration have woken up the Germans: On 20 January, at least 2,500 participants were protesting in Cottbus and last Sunday, on 28 January, there was another big protest in Kandel.
The protests started in Cottbus after Syrians attacked several Germans within a matter of days. For example a German man and a German boy were attacked with knives by Syrians. After other incidents, tensions in the town became so high that it stopped the acceptance of new refugees.
But also in Kandel people have had enough of migrant violence. In December, a 15-year-old German girl, called Mia, was brutally murdered by an Afghan refugee in a drug store. Mia was well-liked, she helped organise the local carnival every year.
After the murder of the girl, the anger of the people was triggered by a mayor who seemed to be more concerned about xenophobia than about the safety of the German citizens. Worried women who felt unheard started protesting and the protests started to spread with the largest happening last Sunday.
Defend Europa But the liberal establishment once again showed its true colours on Saturday, when the Police teamed up with Antifa to shut down a women’s march in Berlin.
The march (#Frauenmarsch), organised by Leyla Bilge of the ‘120 dezibel‘ campaign, was attended by around a thousand women voicing their concerns over Angela Merkel’s open-door immigration policies. It’s widely acknowledged that the tumultuous influx of African and Arab migrants from 2015 onward unleashed a disturbing wave of sexual violence across Germany.
Yet evidently, this was not the right kind of feminism in the eyes of the rabid Antifa counter-demonstrators, who crawled out from under their rocks to disrupt this otherwise peaceful protest.
And despite their charge that the police are, and I quote, ‘fascist pigs’, Antifa were all too happy to enlist their services in shutting down what the media has pejoratively termed an ‘AfD-march’.
By early evening, the organisers of the 120 dezibel campaign declared the Frauenmarsch closed, just before they were to march on the Chancellory.
It is clear Angela Merkel is quickly losing control. She has much difficulty establishing a government coalition and members of her own party in Freiburg demanded earlier that she should resign. With the newly started protests of German citizens her situation won’t get any better soon.
Voice of Europe Most of Germany’s protests started after the shocking murder of the 15-year-old Mia, by an Afghan refugee. The girl was attacked and murdered with a knife in a drug store in the town of Kandel.
A few courageous women started protesting in the city after it appeared the mayor was more concerned about xenophobia than about the safety of the citizens. The protest went bigger and later resulted in a march for Mia under the motto: “Kandel is everywhere”.
Later there were protests in Cottbus, Hamburg, Dresden and Kandel again. Most protesters are concerned about how Germany is changing under Merkel and about migrant violence against women and girls.
Germany- Big protest planned in Cottbus against Asylum Chancellor Merkel on the 24th of February. Cottbus is one of the cities not accepting anymore refugees after several violent incidents.https://t.co/lk9OVcE25a pic.twitter.com/5l1e0wbm5y
— Stan (@StanM3) February 21, 2018
Germans are not planning to stop protesting against Angela Merkel and her migration policy. Several demonstrations have already taken place and the next one will be on 24 February.
Knights Templar Alternative for Germany (AfD) surpassed Merkel’s coalition partners, the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD), for the first time in a national poll, an Insa survey for the daily Bild showed.
Unfortunately, the AfD is another of the so-called ‘right-wing’ parties which is in fact infested with liberal attitudes at the top. That said, many of its rank-and-file members and supporters are genuine patriots and traditionalists, who oppose mass Muslim immigration because it threatens Germany’s Christian identity and ethnic cohesion, not because it might inconvenience homosexuals.
Leaders of the party have repeatedly made headlines with insulting remarks about Germany’s immigrant community. Just last week, Andre Poggenburg, the head of AfD in the state of Saxony-Anhalt, referred to Turkish people as ‘camel drivers’.
The rise in popularity of the AfD merely tells us that some people want their nation to be saved. It’s a start, and it’s always good to see the far-left exposing themselves as Islamic extremist collaborators.
AFD protests against ANTIFA: