The NPD remembers Dresden's firebombing victims

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-02-13 20:41

Once more, Dresden had a dignified funeral March for the victims of 13-14 February 1945!

This is an approximation of what was written in German:

For the 17th year in a row, the gedenkmarsch (memorial march) took place today on the occasion of the 71st anniversary of the destruction of Dresden by allied bombers. Even the Left party spoke of 650 participants marching in silence to commemorate and we would note that this time there were also speakers from Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic sharing their concern for the fate of Dresden. This expressed so clearly that Dresden is the symbol across all borders against war and terror bombing. [From the NPD facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/npd.de/

Also see video of Jens Baur at Memorial Exhibition in Dresden

 

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Deutsche Welle reports that, despite the ban

"a right-wing march on the eve of the commemorations, when between 550 and 650 right-wing supporters marched through the south east of Dresden. More than 300 people turned out in opposition."

Around 300 members of the right-leaning Alternative for Germany (AfD) party also turned out at the city's Altmarkt on Saturday, where they were met by about 20 counter-demonstrators. According to Dresden police, a scuffle broke out after a member of the counter-movement attempted to crush a wreath laid down by the AfD. [What nasty haters the left are! Really ugly souls.]

I forgot this was the anniverary of Dresden. What a dispicacble incident and most people are completely ignorant of.
 
Thanks for mentioning AfD which I looked up on wiki. Soon I'll be sending you some dough as things are turning for me a little. I must carry my own weight don't you know.
 
Perhaps I'll move to Bavaria and become part of this movement as they sound pretty good. I'm retired without any strings attached so I can do what I want ! :) 
 
Or I can stay here and try to survive a Trump presidency. :)
 

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