Pegida-Dresden today 11-2 in the Neumarkt square

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-11-02 16:04

Birds-eye view photo from Ignaz Bearth disproves the low-ball numbers that are given in the media for the PEGIDA-Dresden paticipation. The date is 11-2-15.

Comments from other cities:

From Dusseldorf: "Respect and greetings from Dusseldorf!"

"I tip my hat to you."

"Carry on!"

From Switzerland: "Wow!!!! PEGIDA - here to stay!"

"and tomorrow morning it's probably only 10 thousand and all Nazis."  

"Feeling proud"

Best Video of the speeches by Lutz, "Bambi", Siegfried, Tatjana, and Michael Stürzenberger, plus the walk through the Newmarket area - 2 hours


Germany, Immigration

A National-Socialist has a voice in village debate over migrant influx

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-10-31 18:17

It appears that every resident of Sumte attended a meeting on Wednesday to discuss the plan to move 1000 migrants from Africa and the Middle East to their village. The Mayor is in front row cemter, in jeans. Photo credit Gordon Welters for The New York Times

Holger Niemann, 32, a self-described National Socialist and admirer of Hitler, is an elected representative on the district council that governs over the small village of Sumpte, Germany – population 102 - in Lower Saxony. He sees opportunity in the migrant crisis. “It is bad for the people, but politically it is good for me,” Mr. Niemann said of the plan, which would leave the German villagers in Sumpte outnumbered by migrants 10 to one.

"Close the borders, immediately"

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-10-30 18:48

The former head of the Federal Displaced Persons, Erika Steinbach (CDU), head of the Human Rights Working Group of the CDU parliamentary group in the Bundestag.

In an interview with the Stuttgarter Zeitung on Oct. 28, Erika Steinbach said of the current migrant crisis that Germany has already crossed the line of how many refugees with which it could cope. It was noted that the old Federal Republic coped with 12 million displaced persons after the end of WWII.

Erika Steinbach: “These are two very different situations. I myself lived with my mother and my sister from 1945 to 1952 in shelters. So I know what that means. One of my first memory fragments is our room with two beds. We had a toilet bucket in the room, no heating, no stove. That was five years after the end of the war it was that way. Although, at that time Germans came to Germans. The former refugees were expelled by brute force in cattle cars or on death marches from their home in which they would have mostly liked to stay, despite all the distress. These displaced persons did not flee to a rich, "promised land" in order to be able to live better there. They were forced out to a similarly devastated, impoverished part of their own country, to people of their own ethnic group. Nevertheless, there were many aversions towards their own displaced compatriots. Back then they were bound to create solidarity, because it was their fellow countrymen who came, who were no more or less to blame for the Nazi regime, but were subjected to the same collective punishment.

We can do it!

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-10-30 00:39

Tragi-comedy from Germany and Austria

We can do it!

Found at Pegida-Nurnberg

Seriously now, Angie?
Really without a parachute?

Clear, Werner! We can do it!

Found at Pegida-Kaernten

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The Heretics' Hour: Unexpected leaders bring hope

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-26 17:23

Oct. 26, 2015

Will Donald Trump be able to end the political aspirations of Hillary Clinton?

Carolyn is finding hope in Donald Trump and Lutz Bachmann during these difficult days of watching the contenders in the 2016 presidential election campaign in the US, and the free migration of a million-plus Arab and middle-eastern Muslims into Western Europe. Victor Orban also deserves a mention. Main topics:

  • Himmler's "Freedom Day" speech is being translated by Carlos Porter - please chip in your contribution;
  • Is Donald Trump just another "Jewish Show";
  • What did Trump really say about who shot down MH17;
  • Why have the PEGIDA demonstrations in Dresden clicked when elsewhere they struggle;
  • How German communities are abused by the force-dumping of foreigners into their care.

Muslim fags come to Germany for "freedom"

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-10-24 13:06

By Carolyn Yeager

“Now I'm in Europe, in Germany, I don't have to hide anymore,” says Rami Ktifan (2nd from left), a 23 years old student from Syria. The truth is he never did hide because he can't hide, as the story from the Washington Post reveals. He was picked on in his homeland, in his own culture, all along, which simply continued in the refugee centers in Europe. The reporter tries to tell us contradictory things. What these disgusting fags want is to be openly gay and flaunt themselves. They will join the fag culture in Germany and have a gay old time from now on, as a “protected species.” (Image: Four young refugees, who have been given an apartment in Dresden, Germany, on Oct. 15. They were taken out of official refugee shelters after facing harassment. Washington Post photo)

That, of course, won't stop the majority of the young male migrants from hating Germans, hating German culture (with it's traditional pork diet!) and setting themselves up as an oppositional force. This is as plain as the nose on everyone's face, so what are the “upper managers” of the EU thinking? Well, it's not hard to figure out.

Orban: European leaders have no mandate to allow unlimited migrants

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2015-10-22 16:51

Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban spoke today at the European People's Party Congress in Madrid, Spain. (above) Participants from 32 countries deliberated, including 14 heads of state or government.

He said the migration crisis had the potential to destabilize governments, countries and the entire European continent. The problem must be solved, Orban said, with open and honest dialogue, without hypocrisy or political correctness, which includes listening to the people and incorporating their views into our policies.

Idiot Netanyahu invents new story of who "burned" the jews

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-10-21 22:06

Netanyahu-Merkel press conference in Berlin on Oct. 21, 2015

Netanyahu hates the Palestinians so much that he's now tryng to make them equally guilty with the "Nazis" for exterminating 6 million of his precious jews during WW2.

In a meeting with Jewish leaders yesterday, he said the World War II-era Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, played a "central role in fomenting the final solution" by trying to convince Hitler to destroy the Jews during a 1941 meeting in Berlin.

"Hitler didn't want to exterminate the Jews at the time, he wanted to expel the Jews," Netanyahu told the group. "And Haj Amin al-Husseini went to Hitler and said, 'If you expel them, they'll all come here.' 'So what should I do with them?' [Hitler] asked. He said, 'Burn them.'"

20,000 show up for PEGIDA anniversary march, twice last week's number

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-19 19:02

20,000 protesters marched in Dresden on the one year anniversary of the first PEGIDA march in that city on Oct. 20, 2014. It was almost back to the highest number ever, which was 25,000. Enlarge

UPDATE: 3 hour video uploaded by Lutz Bachmann

I was hoping for 20,000 and the good Germans accomplished it, according to the newspaper Sächsische Zeitung (Saxon Times), on a very cold night. You could see people's breath as they spoke and chanted. Deutsche Welle used an estimate by a student statistic group "Durchgezählt" of between 15,000 to 20,000. But they would be conservative. I would like to know how many came from outside of Dresden, and even outside of Saxony. Probably quite a lot.

PEGIDA under attack prior to tonight's demonstration

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-19 10:54

On it's one year anniversary, PEGIDA is under attack by the Merkel government. "Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West" is being portrayed as a cauldron of hate by the Ministers of the Interior and Justice. They are implying its leaders will face criminal prosecution if they continue to hold rallies.

Yes, German authorities are actually telling the German people that if they don't submiissively accept a million foreigners of a different culture and religion competitive to their own in their quiet, small communities, they are guilty of hate, xenophobia and whatever other names they can come up with.

They are blaming the assassination attempt in Cologne by an unemployed, frustrated German workman on the PEGIDA "culture."  Justice Minister Heiko Maas warned after the Cologne attack, "Pegida sows hatred, which then is used to [create] violence."