“We must succeed in guarding and controlling Europe’s external borders as well as its internal borders once again,” PEGIDA member Siegfried Daebritz told a crowd on the banks of the River Elbe who chanted “Merkel must go!”.
Jean-François Asgard is one of five people to have launched PEGIDA Québec earlier this year, the latest branch of a global anti-Islam movement that was created last fall in the German town of Dresden.
17,500 Germans gathered together today, singing traditional Christian songs, to carry Christian crosses as an expression of Christian supremacy, to protest against Islam, and to fight off the Islamization of Germany. Link To Article
“In Germany today, most big German cities now have parallel societies where foreign immigrants are the majority in certain areas. We don’t want this. And we’re going to say so loudly.”
he municipality of Utrecht has rejected anti-Islam movement Pediga’s request to hold a second protest in the city this weekend. “The risk of disorder is too great.” Pediga will not be allowed to protest in the city on Saturday, but the protest already arranged in the Hogelandsepark on Sunday may go through.
Utrecht Mayor Jan van Zanen announced this on Friday, RTL Nieuws reports.