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 Establishment Fantasists Brand PEGIDA ‘Far Right’ And Calls Left Wing Thugs ‘Anti Fascists’, The Reality Is Much Different

Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany and de facto EU boss, said in her New Year message at the outset of 2015 that Pegida had “hate in their hearts”. It’s an interesting comment from a woman who sees her own people attacked in the street but doesn’t think it important enough to control her borders. German women tell her they’re frightened, but she appears rather unmoved.

  • Justin St.Denis

    One can almost predict (or hope) that Merkel will be torn limb from limb in German streets by her own people. Personally, if and when that happens, I will re-watch the video time after time – the way Roumanians did after they executed Ceaucescu.

    • Probably the most brutal — but most under-reported in the West — dictator of the 20th Century. More than Hitler and Stalin some might argue, because of his sheer lust for torture and his delight in watching people suffer.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Yup, and a “good friend” of Brian and Mila Mulroney. Brian and Nicolai went bear hunting together! I remember seeing the photos.

        I will throw a huge party when Brian Mulroney dies. I will call it the CELEBRATING BRIAN MULRONEY’S DEATH PARTY. If I had Ben’s address, I would invite him! I suspect Brian has hidden his fascism these past few decades.

        • canminuteman

          Canada was building nuclear reactors in Romania during the Ceacesceu (SP?) regime. I knew people who were over their doing it. Apparently it was a total dump.

    • Millie_Woods
      • Justin St.Denis

        LOL Thanks, Millie! We are on the same page!

  • pdxnag

    Muslims ritualize their expression of hate in their daily prayers. Strip the hate and their ain’t nothing left.

  • lolwut?
  • Clinton

    I wonder if one of the reasons our political elites seem so indifferent to
    the social strain caused by their open-borders policies is that the social
    strain and unrest is viewed as a desirable thing. If they can stir up
    discontent, and create groups who march in the streets, and pit part
    of the population against another part, then they have an excuse to
    step up all of the censorship and surveillance and nanny-state
    intrusiveness they want, and the population will welcome it. Merkel
    and her ilk have no objection to the idea of a police state, because
    they fancy they’ll be the ones running it.

    • El Martyachi

      I don’t (wonder)… it’s divide and rule, just look at what “identity” politics has done. The bad news is it’s gonna get worse. The good news is it’s gonna get worse for libs too.

  • Spatchcocked

    Was a visitor to Romania several times before Ceausescu….was bad then and got much worse. First time I was tailed by the secret police. One yank mate actually managed to sell his passport and we all managed to evade government exchange rates…
    Ate what was claimed to be wolf salami from Transylvania…decent white wines I remember…restaurant picnic meals in the orchards…tried fried pig brain entree….inside town empty shops…phony fifth rate cultural crap on a daily basis.
    First time I saw billboards extolling female workers exceeding quotas……nobody got laid.
    Socialism bad and very boring………….Ho hum.

  • Ed

    The political elite are fighting their own populations, and like the Berlin wall, it all lasts until it doesn’t. Europe spasm comin…

    • Justin St.Denis

      Yup. People forget that Western European nations were constantly at war with one another until World War I. Peace was unknown in Europe until the 20th Century. Things could always revert back to ‘normal’. After all, a century is merely an interlude.

  • Spatchcocked

    Merkel says Pegida has “hate in their hearts”….well .no shit Sherlock.

    So what’s your point Angela?