Doesn’t this story go well together with this one from the UK?
This may be from last year and even possibly 2014. The event is genuine, but it may not be from this month
Here is probably the event
Original translation by Oz-Rita
“This time the tone of Melanie Dittmer, a Pegida personality in Germany, is even more serious. We learn that the German authorities have forbidden her to denounce the Islamisation of her country as it is an “incitement to racial hatred.”
Silenced in her own country by the police, Melanie Dittmer will talk in other countries. This May 24 Melanie Dittmer was at a meeting of the Movement Identitaire in Rotterdam. From the speech by Melanie Dittmer we understand that the situation is very serious and that the people of Europe are being silenced by threats and misinformation.
The reason for Melanie Dittmer’s silencing in Germany is that her country has brought in masses of migrants from Africa. The Professor for Public Law in Osnabrück, Hermann Heußner, says that Germany must accept 400,000 migrants per year and suggests that childless Germans have to pay for the education of migrant children.
The German State, which allows its citizens and pensioners to die in poverty, provides free accommodation and a sum of 800 euros per month to migrants so that they can live without working. These are the questions on which Melanie Dittmer was ordered to remain silent and why she cannot speak any longer in her own country! “
note by translator: The battle cry of Melanie Dither, who is rather outspoken is:
“Wir wollen keine
(We don’t want Salafist pigs)
This rhymes in German and is a very rhythmic parole that was used in the first few Pegida marches in which the “Hoodlums” participated.
Here is a no-audio video made from stills of what seems to be taking place in the streets of Germany today
German police clash with far-right protesters
German riot police Sunday clashed with far-right hooligans who rallied against Islamist extremism, with authorities using water cannons and tear gas against the rock-throwing protesters.
At least 2,500 hardline football fans from across Germany had amassed under the banner “Hooligans against Salafists” in the western city of Cologne, drawing some 500 leftist and anti-fascist counter protesters.
Tensions escalated and right-wing protesters repeatedly yelled “foreigners out!” reported national news agency DPA and witnesses sending updates on Twitter.
Police in helmets and riot gear used batons, pepper spray and water cannons against the right-wing protesters who hurled rocks, bottles and fireworks at them.
Earlier this month, Kurds in Germany clashed with radical Muslims in the northern city of Hamburg and elsewhere in street clashes fuelled by the conflict involving the jihadist group Islamic State in northern Iraq and Syria.
More videos. Waiting on the translators to tell me if there is anything here worth subtitling. The second video has chants which would be interesting to see in English perhaps.
It appears that along with Hungary and Greece, Germany’s genuine liberals dropped the ball and elected to go with hideously bad thinking and allowed liberalism and indigenous culture and sovereignty be lost to muslim soldiers-of-occupation and now, the locals may turn to a strong man for a solution.
What a shame.
An original translation by Oz-Rita
For Luc Ferry, radical Islam is the equivalent of Nazism of the 30ies.
This is what Luc Ferry affirms on 4. November (in a French TV interview). The former minister reacts to the murder in Mali of 2 French Journalists of Radio France International. (RFI)
L’ancien ministre de l’Education nationale prend soin de faire la distinction avec la religion musulmane. Mais Luc Ferry compare l’idéologie hitlérienne et les fondamentalistes islamistes :
The former Minister of Education is careful to make the distinction with islam. But Luc Ferry compares Hitler’s ideology with the one of fundamental islamists.
“The problem is the fight against something which represents today somewhat the equivalent of Nazism of times past. Of course, I do not mean the religion of muslims”.
To justify this paralell, the philosopher lists following elements of comparaison:
“It’s comparable with anti-semitism, a kind of absolute contempt of individuals, of people, of human life. In its kind it is as cruel as the Nazism of the 30ies could be. (…)
It is at the same time antisemitism and communotarianism, it has contempt for the individual. Once more, I am speaking of fundamentalist islamists, of course I do not mean the religion of muslims. The koran is a very beautiful text, I am not speaking of that.”
Luc Ferry, prophetically, indicates that this could possibly lead to a 3rd World War.
“It’s a little the third world war, we have to take it like this. It’s a global problem, it’s very serious.
The flag was hung high above the highway between Halhoul and the Etzion Bloc.
By Arutz Sheva
First Publish: 10/19/2013, 10:10 PM
Ziv Edelstein / News 0404
For at least the second time in five months, Arab residents of Beit Umar in the Palestinian Authority (PA) have placed a Nazi flag over a major thoroughfare where Jews pass in their vehicles.
Beit Umar is located between Halhoul and the Etzion Bloc, not far from Hevron.
Soldiers from the Haruv battalion in Kfir Regiment tried to take down the flag Saturday, but encountered difficulty because it was placed very high up.
Police in Corfu have arrested an illegal Afghan immigrant after he robbed a 20-year-old student and callously threw her over an eight-meter coastal wall. Police were surprised to find the Afghan had tattoos of swastikas and other Nazi symbols on his body.
I havent followed this quite as closely as I should have. So I may have some of the subtleties wrong in terms of what Mr. Pipes is selling.
As far as I can tell, he has two basic points he wishes people to accept.
1. Antisemitism is not inherently islamic but the province of some modern post-state-of-Israel variant of islam and is a consequence of the creation of this state.
2. The horror we see everywhere from muslims operating on scripture and instructions from various islamic authorities and scripture, are not really the religion of islam so much as that variant and perhaps certain organizations such as the muslim brotherhood etc.
Not wishing to get into the ‘True Scotsman’ logical fallacy, here are some info bits that may or may not help the uncertain make up their own minds.
Remember, The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem was operating for decades before the creation of the modern state of Israel by the U.N.
An excerpt from Daniel Pipes article on his own website:
PIPES: My view is that anti-Semitism of this sort is historically a Christian phenomenon, but, in the course of the past two generations, as a result of propaganda coming out of the Egyptian government, the Iranian government, the Iraqi government, the Saudi government of this sort, it has become pervasive.
Now here is an article from Andrew Bostom:
And below, an excellent documentary from German/French TV on Islamic-Nazi alliances
One really should be grateful when the deception phase ends and the overt statement of intentions are shown. The Israelis should be grateful for this and Jewish people world wide had better take note. This is no prank or isolated incident. It is however, an indication of Islamic policy.
Residents of Gush Etzion astounded to see Nazi flag flying near the mosque of Beit Omar.
By Gil Ronen
First Publish: 5/20/2013, 2:20 PM
Hundreds of residents of Gush Etzion, south of Jerusalem, were astounded Monday morning to see an oversized Nazi flag flying next to a mosque in the Arab town of Beit Omar.
The residents notified the IDF.
Last week, only days before US President Barack Obama was scheduled to visit Israel and Palestine, a Palestinian newspaper published an op-ed piece praising Hitler, and blaming Freemasons for the 9/11 attacks.
In the shocking op-ed, published by the official PA Daily, by Hassan Ouda Abu Zaher claims that al-Qaeda was not responsible for the 9/11 attacks on the US, but that they were carried out by Freemasons (members of The Masonic fraternity). The fraternity was founded in London in 1717. It later spread across Europe, and has branches (or “Lodges”) in most countries. It is banned in most Muslim-majority countries, although Freemasonry is permitted in Turkey. Typically, candidates for membership must believe in God, although, transcending religious boundaries (always a slap in the face to extremists), members can be of any religion, including Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, and Buddhist. Freemasonry was the subject of Dan Brown’s novel, The Lost Symbol.
‘A Dangerous Lie: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion’ at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2006.
Nevertheless, in the anti-Masonic and anti-”Zionist” rant, Abu Zaher talks of “the lie about Al-Qaeda and the Sept. 11 events, which asserted that Muslim terrorists committed it, and that it was not an internal American action by the Freemasons, which was mentioned in the Illuminati game cards ten years before it took place, and in over 15 Zionist and Freemason Hollywood-produced films in the 1990s.”
Cause the comparison between Islam and Nazism is very valid. Ask the Iranians or Egyptians who actually changed the name of the country in the Iranian case, and Egypt where they used to name their children Adolf. Or just read the Koran. It has more Jew hate than Mien Kampf
For anyone uncertain who the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem was, please watch this excellent German documentary on the relationship between him and Hitler at this location and embedded below.
Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas spoke glowingly last Friday of the “legacy” of infamous Nazi collaborator Hajj Amin al-Husseini,
By David Lev
Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas spoke glowingly last Friday of the “legacy” of the infamous Hajj Amin al-Husseini, who was a collaborator with the Nazis, and was prepared to conduct the mass murder of the Jews of the Land of Israel in the event of a Nazi invasion. The Mufti, Abbas said, was a great man whose ways should be emulated by all PA Arabs, and was worthy of great praise.
Speaking to Arutz Sheva, David Bedein, the director of the Makor Yisraeli news agency and the Center for Middle East Research, said that Abbas made the comments during a Fatah march in Gaza last Friday. It was the first time in years that Fatah terrorists had been given permission by Hamas to march, and Abbas spoke to the marchers via video feed.
Abbas, Bedein said, wrote his doctorate at the University of Moscow on how the World Zionist Organization, not the Nazis, was responsible for the destruction of European Jewry. Given this, Abbas’s praise of the Mufti, the ultimate “Arab Nazi,” was very serious, and needed to be publicized, he said. The Mufti was also the antecedent of Fatah, which Abbas is currently chairman of.
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I plan to do a series of videos relating to Ikhwan (The Muslim Brotherhood) over the next few weeks. This is an old one. One that a team of us did which was a multi-month task, partly because I was very new at subtitling and had to place each title by hand, and partially because we had several people translating from German to English and setting the times for each statement. But it was worth it. Probably the best thing ever done on the relationship between Amin al-Husseini and Adolph Hitler.
There is more and better coming down the pipe. But for those who have not seen this, I highly recommend it.