Leader of Germany’s Freedom Party speaks about the attack by muslims he endured when speaking in public.

Frankly I think it is more disturbing that Germany and France have made it illegal to film counter demonstrations. So legally there is no video of the men who attacked this fine citizen. How can that be a good thing? By what line of reasoning?

The story is up at Winds of Jihad and shortly over at GoV that explain some of what this video is about. Hopefully the good Sheik Yermami or Rita who translated this can flesh out this story more in the comments.

Thanks Rita for doing this.

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12 Replies to “Leader of Germany’s Freedom Party speaks about the attack by muslims he endured when speaking in public.”

  1. Michael Stuerzenberger is one of the most courageous men in Europe today. Every Saturday, and sometimes during the week, come rain or shine, he is out there in Munich’s town centre to warn people about the spread of Islam and the planned mega mosque/Islamic centre in Munich, which has to be a symbol of conquest, larger than the largest church, so that the howling of the muezzin can terrorise the people over loudspeakers and rouse the believers to fight. Stuerzenberger recently had his bank accounts terminated and the mayor of Munich, a certain Mr Uhde, has given warnings to publican’s not to host Stuerzenberger and his fellow freedom fighters, which is a form of state sanctioned terror against an upstanding citizen.

    More later….

  2. That was one very coherent rant. It’s basically about that running tap of Muslim immigration into Western Countries that is the big worry, isn’t it. Any country that fails to see this faces a future of car-burnings, stone-throwing, rioting, bombing and protesting that will not stop until one side or the other prevails, even if that takes decades, or even centuries.

  3. > How can that be a good thing? By what line of reasoning?

    The west policy hasnt been based on sound reasoning for a while now.

    Even if they provided you with something, it would be a circular red herring designed to waste as much of your time as possible which they can use to further strengthen their power grips.

    It is like the church wasted centuries of human man-years making people “reason” about the holy trinity, immaculate conception, etc.

    The (short) era of safely being able to assume that your honorable gentleman opponent is acting and speaking in good faith is over.

  4. It is truly ironic, that a German quotes Winston Churchill on the dangers of Islam being similar in not greater then Nazism and Hitler.

    Oh how our world has changed, just because the idiot political elite decided that allowing Muslims to enter Europe in the millions was a brilliant idea.

  5. The British parliament introduced the “Dangerous Dog Act” in 1991. This Act (or law) makes it a criminal offence to own, breed or deal in dogs of a certain type(s), those dogs that have a history of aggressive and attacking behaviour and are a danger to human life.

    The rationale behind this is that no-one could predict when such dogs could become unstable and therefore the sensible action is to ban all of them.

    I would argue that the same rationale should be used for certain followers of a particular belief. No-one can genuinely know when such followers would become unstable and be a danger to others. Governments that Ignore such well documented evidence of instability and aggressive behaviour are failing in their first duty to the people.

    Rudyard Kipling summed it up quite well in his poem…..http://www.poetryloverspage.com/poets/kipling/stranger.html

  6. I feel sorry for the Germans who have to either bite their tongue or jump through hoops to apologise for the deeds of Adolf Hitler prior to addressing any present problems they are afflicted with.

    Surely this man was not even born when the Nazi party dealt their destruction and imagined elitism upon the rest of Europe, its like these useful idiots here in the UK who want us to apologise to them for the slave trade, again the men and women involved are long dead and there is no person alive who is accountable.

    We need to shake off the imagined shackles given to us by the Marxists and the racists who themselves plan to invade us and enslave us. We have nothing to apologise for and everything to fight and strive for.

    We need to educate people, especially our young that we are great peoples and we will not bow down to these Communist multicultural and Koranic bullies who are nothing without the Left .

  7. @Scotsinfidel and pork eater extraordinaire (like your nick):

    you say: I feel sorry for the Germans who have to either bite their tongue or jump through hoops to apologise for the deeds of Adolf Hitler prior to addressing any present problems they are afflicted with…”

    On another blog I responded to a point, similar to the one you make above, like so:

    I think that Mr. Stuerzenberger was not self-flagellating when he mentioned the Hitler, the 60 million deaths, the 6 million gassed Jews and Europe in ashes: he used this argument in the sense of “if we forget the past we are deemed to repeat it”. And I fully agree with him. Because, what is happening now is a nearly exact repeat of what happened then. While we should not “accuse” the Germans who were born afterwards, we should point this parallel out, again and again and again.
    What happened then, when Hitler laid out his plans EXACTLY in his book “Mein Kampf”, is happening now where islam/muslims lay out exactly what their plans are. People did not take “Mein Kampf” seriously then, people – at least those in power do not take the “Koran” seriously now. If we do not, we will have at least another 60 + million people die.
    And, what IS ist about Munich, that city of which Germans often said: “München ist die heimliche Hauptstadt, unsere Hauptstadt mit Herz” (Munich is our secret capital with heart) implying to forget Bonn and Berlin. It was in MÜNCHEN that Hitler started his devastating rise which we forget at our own peril.
    Incidentally, I am Bavarian born and raised, although I do have the alibi of the “Spät-Geborene” (the born-afterwards).

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