Germany: Demonstrations Against Islamization of Europe are Ongoing, Last Week’s was 7,500 Strong

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 10, 2014

“We are the people”
“We are the people”

Anti-immigrant sentiment in Germany is rising. Very quickly. Thousands are now gathering in the streets to protest what they openly call “the Islamization of Europe.”

The Jew media is perhaps at least partially accurate in labelling these demonstrations “neo-Nazi,” as they clearly have a very racial tone.

The Telegraph:

The new protests, which began in the city of Dresden in the former East Germany, feature no neo-Nazi slogans and have nothing to do with the traditional far right.

Instead the demonstrators have adopted the old rallying call of the protests against the East German communist regime that brought down the Berlin Wall 25 years ago, “Wir sind das Volk”, or “We are the people”.

While Angela Merkel’s government has made clear it will block any attempt by David Cameron to curtail freedom of movement within the EU, the German debate over immigration has focused on those coming from outside the bloc, and on Muslims in particular.

Thousands have defied sub-zero temperatures to join weekly marches each Monday in Dresden under the banner of Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of Europe, or Pegida.

The protests were started by a local man, Lutz Bachmann, with no background in politics. When he called his first demonstration in October, only a few hundred turned up, but the movement has snowballed, and last week 7,500 came.

Pegida has inspired similar movements across Germany. Though the numbers have not been as high as in Dresden so far, marches have been called in cities from Düsseldorf to Munich.

Bachmann is being attack for having previous criminal convictions, including for drug dealing. But that is exactly the type of person who is becoming involved in these types of movements: people who have had their lives taken away from them by a culture which is not their own, people who have been driven into places they would not have gone if they had grown up in a healthy society.


Immigration is the pivotal issue in everything, everywhere. It will make us or break us, depending on our ability to respond to it. Everyone now sees what these Jews are doing to us, and it is now all we can do to rally them.

The speed with which these protests in Germany grew shows how ready people are to embrace this sentiment, they are just waiting for permission. Anti-immigration has always been the populist view, as other than Jews, it is only a tiny minority of people who would willingly see their country destroyed (well, outside of Sweden, at least). Thousands of people out on the streets gives permission to the timid to stand up for who they are.

We can expect the Jews to become more aggressive in their attempts to link these protests to “Nazism” presently and attempt to shut them down completely with new anti-speech laws.

But it is looking as though they are already too late.

For Germany rises.

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