Warnings over resurgence of German far-Right movement Pegida sparked by refugee crisis

Fears are growing in Germany of a far-Right resurgence stoked by the refugee crisis, after nearly 20,000 took to the streets of Dresden in the biggest rally by the Pegida anti-immigrant movement for months.

Martin Schulz, the German president of the European parliament, warned of the potential for “far-Right violence and brutality” while Sigmar Gabriel, the German vice-Chancellor, accused Pegida’s leaders of using the “battle rhetoric” of the early Nazi party.

The charge came as one of the speakers at a massive Pegida rally in Dresden spoke of regret that “the concentration camps are out of action”.


Oddly the “concentration camp” remark was made by a German of “Turkish” origin…

A Turkish-born German author and known PEGIDA supporter Akif Pirincci is facing stern criticism after speaking at a rally. His book publisher canceled all contracts, even PEGIDA’s co-founder apologized for his comments.

MP’s of Merkel’s own government have drawn up plans to seal the borders in defiance of her suicidal “refugee” policy

Wanted because of hypocrisy

Wanted because of hypocrisy

  • Ron MacDonald

    If Trudeau isn’t careful this will also happen in Canada.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Sorry, I’m too busy with western separatism right now.

    • ntt1

      the germans are pretty placid cowed people under history’s judgement. but their limit is being reached. It would take a massive treacherous act like merkel’s admissions policies to bring it on here and as abhorrent as 25000 jihadists in waiting is, its a long way from merkel’s wholesale treason against her own people

      • I hope she gets the Germany she deserves.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          The problem with that is that I think after seventy five years the Germans don’t deserve the Germany she deserves.
          The French on the other hand…

      • Ron MacDonald

        Sweden has also reached the point where it cannot afford to take any more refugees.

    • Bubble-Boy is too stupid to understand the risk.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        It was Moops!

  • ntt1

    from what i can glean about the average Pegida member is that they are mainstream Europeans , the extremists are the usual bleating communists and their progressive handmaidens in the government including mutter merkel

    • Yup, that is largely the case. Look to the “counter-protesters” to witness the real extremists.

    • canminuteman

      Yes, in the minds of the left it’s extreme to not want you civilization to die in front of you when your betters have decided it should.

    • bargogx1

      They are being unconscionably smeared by their government and media.

  • BillyHW

    Just wait until the “far right” figures out that terrorism works.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      The far right is not right, but leftists.
      They are not fascists.
      They are freedom loving capitalists.

      • Exactly! The full name of the Nazi party was the National SOCIALIST German Workers Party…. No more need be said.

  • Hard Little Machine

    YUUP THAT’s the problem. Not the 9 zillion crazed Achmeds.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      There’s only one Achmed that makes me laugh these days.
      Clock Boy!

      • Not Even this one?

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          There was a time when I thought Jeff Dunham was simple.
          I have since changed my mind.
          My kids used to laugh at the dead terrorist and I thought they were just laughing at a cheap joke.
          But now, I keel you!

  • Dana Garcia

    If the suits don’t like the reaction of the citizens to being invaded by a barbaric enemy, then the elites should deal with the root problem rather than to the blowback it creates.

    Don’t lefties always say that we should deal with root causes?

    • Xavier

      Well, they always say that when it works to their advantage.

  • Xavier

    The real issue here is ‘Who is in charge of the country?’ Does a politician, like Merkel or Obama have the privilege to unilaterally decide to drastically alter the makeup of the country? Don’t the citizens have a say in something that is sudden, unexpected, and irreversible?

    • Millie_Woods

      Exactly what I’ve be wondering. What gives her the right to alter the religious, cultural and racial makeup of a venerable old country like Germany? Isn’t that what Hitler was attempting to do? And that’s not an irrational question, she was not elected to do what she’s doing.

    • Norman_In_New_York
  • Xavier

    This is an extract from a statement by Senator Jeff Sessions, Chairman of the Immigration Subcommittee in Congress.

    Wait a few years and it will be true for Canada too – if it isn’t already.

    “The U.S. has already taken in four times more immigrants than any
    other nation on Earth. Our foreign-born population share is set to break
    every known historical record. Since 9/11, we have permanently
    resettled approximately 1.5 million migrants from Muslim nations inside
    the U.S. Ninety percent of recent refugees from the Middle East living
    in our country are receiving food stamps and approximately 70 percent
    are receiving free healthcare and cash welfare. All of the nearly
    200,000 refugees the Administration is planning to bring over the next
    two years would be entitled to these same benefits the moment they
    arrive. Since we are running huge deficits, every penny of these
    billions in costs will have to be borrowed and added to the debt. This
    refugee expansion would be in addition to the 1 million autopilot green
    cards handed out each year by the government to mostly low-wage
    migrants, including a large share from Middle Eastern nations.

    Our schools, job markets and public resources are already stretched
    too thin. And, even at current rates, we have no capacity to screen for
    extremist ideology, as we have seen with the surge of ISIS recruitment
    in Minnesota’s Somali refugee community.”


  • bargogx1

    Mark my words, the more this story spreads throughout the media, the more the fact that he got booed off the stage by the PEGIDA crowd, and his comments were condemned by PEGIDA, will be downplayed. Eventually that will be completely expunged from the narrative.

  • pdxnag

    The whole of the Muslim-dominated Middle East is the Concentration Camp. Amazingly it follows them wherever they go. Their No Go Jungles.

  • bruce

    Knowing “people of color” who have lived in Germany for the past 40 years, I’ll point out something no one is saying, which is that the only dangerous areas, as if the Nazis grandchildren are still at it, are in the former COMMUNIST EAST of the country.
    It’s as if all that Communist brainwashing did nothing at all to dis-spell fascism. The rest of Germany is one of the most pleasant places anywhere, and most of the Pegida people are not ‘far-right’ any more than Geert Wilders is.