Amid Rising Anti-Moslem Populist Marches, Merkel Condemns Racism

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 13, 2014

The fire rises.

Take heed, brothers! Germany is rising! Things are happening very quickly as a brand new political force emerges to challenge the hook-nosed status quo!

Chaos as the order is re-ordered!

Madam Merkel, what do you think about popular opinion being against the invasion and destruction of Germany?


Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday condemned anti-Muslim demonstrations centered on the eastern city of Dresden, saying there was “no place in Germany” for hatred of Muslims or any other minority.

In a speech at a party congress of her Bavarian allies in Nuremberg, Merkel also denounced an attack on buildings in a nearby town being turned into refuge for asylum-seekers. The structures were set on fire and daubed with swastikas.

“It is unbearable when homes of asylum-seekers are defiled, when people try to make radical slogans,” Merkel said, adding that everyone coming to Germany had the right to be treated decently.

Earlier on Friday, Merkel’s spokeswoman Christiane Wirtz said: “In the name of the government and the chancellor I can say quite clearly that there is no place in Germany for religious hatred, no matter which religion people belong to.”

“There is no place for Islamophobia, anti-Semitism or any form of xenophobia or racism,” Wirtz said of the growing Monday evening marches in Dresden under the motto PEGIDA, standing for “Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West”.

Oh! Sorry to hear that you stand against the popular will of the people and support the destruction of Germany, Madam Merkel!

I wonder what the state interior minister thinks of this popular uprising?

Ralf Jäger, the Social Democratic (SPD) interior minister for North Rhein-Westphalia, described PEGIDA as “neo-Nazis in pinstripes.”

“It is worrying that organized right-wing extremism is succeeding in drawing in people from the middle of our society who have a fear of Islamization and pulling on the edge of society,” he added.

In response, Lower Saxony’s SPD Interior Minister Boris Pistorius told the Friday edition of German newspaper Die Welt: “You shouldn’t tar all PEGIDA members with the same brush.”

Pistorius’ main concern is that the right-wing scene will once again try to abuse irrational fears for the benefit of their political interests.

Germany’s Christian Democratic Union and its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union, are also reported to have vehemently rejected any comparison of PEGIDA with neo-Nazis.

“Stigmatizing” such a movement is “completely the wrong route,” said Lorenz Caffier, the interior minister of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

Well, it looks like these guys could be trouble then!

Though I hear they really love Jews and at their last protest they were even offering them free haircuts and showers!