Germany: “Protests” Are Not Enough

The German police’s heavy-handed tactics of physically forcing aside a group of protestors attempting to stop the colonization of their village by swarms of nonwhite invaders, has conclusively demonstrated the fact that mere “protest” alone is not going to halt the destruction of Europe.


Villagers from the town of Einsiedel, in the state of Saxony in eastern Germany, have been protesting against the placement of nonwhite “refugee”-invaders in a former German Democratic Republic (the former East Germany)-era Pioneer Youth camp in the town for the past three months.

According to local activist blogs, “hundreds” of protestors took to blocking the roads leading to the youth camp in October. Waving flags and displaying signs saying the fake refugees weren’t welcome in their town, the protesters also blocked a street with two large trucks.

The police initially tried intimidation tactics to scare the protestors away. They photographed individuals in the crowd, and spent thousands of euros letting a police helicopter circle above them filming all and sundry.


Repeated demonstrations grew larger and larger, and it was clear that that the majority of the town—first established in 1254 AD—was overwhelmingly opposed to the importation of the “refugees.”

This popular—and completely peaceful—protest was simply ignored by the government. They had decided to use the former youth camp without any regard for what the local people thought or wanted.


As a result, the youth camp was fortified with a steel surrounding fence to keep out the locals, and preparations went ahead to stock the interior of the accommodation in anticipation for the arrivals. The only change the authorities made was to stop announcing exactly when they would be placing the invaders in the camp—knowing full well that advance notice would see hundreds, if not thousands, of protestors block the road once again.

As a result, when the first group of 40 invaders arrived at noon on January 5 in six large taxis, they were accompanied by no less than 400 policemen.

Social media alerted the local protestors, but the speed of the authorities meant that only about 70 actually made it in time to the designated protest point.

Even though they were heavily outnumbered, the brave German patriots still blocked the road as best they could, facing down the hundreds of riot gear-equipped policemen.

Suddenly, the riot police moved in and physically broke through the thin defensive line, assaulting several of the protesters and arresting six. They were later charged with “crimes” such as “insult” and violation of the Assembly Act.

As of January 8, some 209 invaders had been shipped into the camp, in bus arrivals at all times of day and night in order to subvert all further opposition efforts. Hundreds more are due to follow, with planning permission for the camp set at 544 occupants.

According to the police, all the “refugees” who have been placed in the camp are those who are “most likely” to win the right to stay in Germany—because they claim to come from Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq. About half are under the age of 18.

Einsiedel has a native German population of around 3,600. A “refugee” influx of 544 will therefore give the ancient town an instant Third World population of 15 percent—and very likely close to a majority of under-18s.


Einsiedel is only one of many such towns in Germany where the authorities have ridden roughshod over local objections to place down the 1.5 million nonwhite invaders who have stormed into the country.

The police tactics at Einsiedel make it clear that the government is not prepared to listen to peaceful protests. The government should not therefore be surprised if German patriots, forced by the authorities’ attitude, increasingly resort to other, non-peaceful, means of protest.

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