Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Record numbers rally against 'Islamisation' in Germany

Via Ryan

 Protestors of the

More than 17,000 gather in the eastern German city of Dresden for the latest in a series of anti-Islam marches

A record 17,000 anti-Islamic protesters rallied for their tenth demonstration in as many weeks Monday in eastern Germany, celebrating the rise of their far-right populist movement by singing Christmas carols.
Germany has for weeks grappled with the emergence of the "Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident" or PEGIDA, whose ranks in the city of Dresden have swelled rapidly from just a few hundred in October.


  1. Can't think of a more appropriate city for this revolution against the muslims
    to begin 'Dresden' the slaughter and massacre of innocent civilians by an
    antagonistic group of self-proclaimed deities. Onward, Christian Dresden.