PEGIDA is short for Patriotische Europäer   gegen die Islamisierung  des    Abendlandes
                                  Patriotic      Europeans against     Islamification of the West

Naturally Patriots are going to be called Racists; the two terms are essentially synonyms. The latter is a Propaganda term used by Marxists in their Culture War against Germany, against Western Civilization. They use it to flood us with millions of hostile Third World aliens, the foot soldiers of the New World Order, which will be run by Zionist crazies. Some of hostile commentary comes from Reuters, which was founded by a Jew. Some things don't change - see Germany's PEGIDA Isn't A Vladimir Putin Plot The Truth Is Scarier. The writer might be Korean. At all events PEGIDA is acting.


Fat Is a Feminist Issue so Rape must be too? Obviously true. No Feminists make lots of noise if a White Man is accused but when Blacks do it Feminists go very quiet. Third World criminals robbing and raping are tools used by the Puppet Masters to destroy Western Civilization. That is why Malmö is the Rape Capital Of Scandinavia. In fact Feminists are Jews, Zionist crazies, Lenin's Useful Idiots or a mixture.


PEGIDA ex Wiki
Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West[note 1] ( German: Patriotische Europäer gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes), commonly known by its German acronym PEGIDA, is a German organization based in Dresden. Since 20 October 2014 it has been organizing public demonstrations, aimed at the German government, against what [ the Wiki chooses to allege that ] it considers to be the Islamization of the Western world.
PS Words are Propaganda Tools.


Germany's PEGIDA Isn't A Vladimir Putin Plot The Truth Is Scarier
Germany’s anti-immigrant PEGIDA isn’t a Vladimir Putin plot. It’s scarier. January 14, 2015.
Participants hold a banner during a demonstration called by anti-immigration group PEGIDA, a German abbreviation for "Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West", in Dresden
Last week, when I attended my first rally in Dresden organized by PEGIDA, Germany’s mysterious “anti-Islamization” movement, I was reminded of the aggressive pro-Russian protests that tore apart eastern Ukraine a year ago. Thousands of demonstrators, who mostly refused to talk to the “lying press,” listened to fiery speeches railing against the country’s political class. Among the German flags present, I also spotted a few Russian ones, including a banner that was split diagonally, one half Russia’s tricolor, the other half Germany’s. A reporter and cameraman from the Gazprom-owned NTV channel were greeted with welcoming calls of “Vladimir! Vladimir!”

Based on a few shreds of evidence, it would have been easy enough to weave together a conspiracy theory that the Kremlin is behind the demonstrations that were initiated by a secretive organizing committee in October and swelled to a record 25,000 participants on Monday. After all, President Vladimir Putin served as a KGB agent in what was then an East German city in the 1980s (suspicious!) and one of PEGIDA’s key demands is an end to Germany’s “war-mongering” against Russia (bingo!). But accepting this kind of explanation would buy into the Kremlin’s own paranoia that mass protests can be bought with money — and isn’t supported by the facts.

Next, I briefly entertained the possibility that PEGIDA’s success was accidental, a joke by a group of friends in reaction to the turmoil in the world. For one, the name PEGIDA, which stands for Patriotische Europäer Gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes, or “Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the Occident,” sounds like a parody of itself. Also, its main organizers — a former petty criminal, a provincial business consultant, and the head of a janitorial firm — hardly seem serious enough to dignify a condemnation from Chancellor Angela Merkel, who did exactly that in her New Year’s address.

Now, having interviewed PEGIDA leaders and supporters, I understand that the movement is not as sinister as a Russian plot but not quite as innocent as a prank gone viral. The organizers have been called “Pied Pipers,” and German journalists have chased down leads connecting individual PEGIDA activists with far-right groups. The problem, however, is that PEGIDA’s leaders don’t fit the caricature of neo-Nazi Neanderthals. What’s most striking about the movement is not the radicalism, but the ordinariness, of the people it attracts.

The Jan. 12 PEGIDA rally in Dresden was the biggest to date, coming less than a week after the Paris terrorist attack and a string of headlines about Islamist violence in the Middle East and Africa. At the same time, anti-PEGIDA demonstrations in other German cities brought out as many as 100,000 people, 20,000 in Munich alone. Two rival visions of modern Germany clashed: the liberal vision, embraced by the country’s elite, of a globalized, open society, and a conservative one, more assertive about national interests and German identity in a chaotic and dangerous world.

PEGIDA claims to have emerged from the center of German society, a silent majority that normally doesn’t protest but can’t stand by idly anymore. A study published by the Bertelsmann Foundation last week found that 57 percent of Germany’s non-Muslims regard Islam as a threat, and one in four Germans would support a ban on Muslim immigrants. Not surprisingly, a significant portion of German conservatives feels let down by Merkel, who has hung onto power by becoming a committed centrist. Last year, the right-wing Alternative for Germany, or AfD, stormed out of nowhere to take seats in three state parliaments, including the Saxon legislature in Dresden.

Because PEGIDA is led by three nobodies, it has created a great deal of befuddlement among Germany’s elite. The speeches at rallies typically lambast the country’s immigration policy and the out-of-touch politicians who are responsible for it. But besides a Facebook page, which has more than 139,000 “likes” and counting, the organizers shy away from publicity. But a slick, 100-second video of the Jan. 12 demonstration indicates PEGIDA is starting to pay more attention to its image.Bachmann and Oertel, leaders of anti-immigration group PEGIDA, a German abbreviation for "Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West", are pictured during a Reuters interview in Dresden
Lutz Bachmann, 41, PEGIDA’s creator, no longer speaks to the press after it became known that he has previous convictions for burglary and drug possession and once even jumped bail to become a fugitive in South Africa. (One of PEGIDA’s demands is “zero tolerance” for immigrants who have been convicted of a crime.) Bachmann, who had 110 Twitter followers at the beginning of the year, hasn’t tweeted since December, though his profile reveals some clues about his earlier life: warnings about traffic enforcement cameras, a fair amount of partying, and his recent marriage. In one Facebook post, marked with the “feeling proud” status, Bachmann writes that a Turkish friend was the best man at his wedding. When I reached Bachmann on the phone, he was garrulous and polite but directed all questions to Kathrin Oertel.

Oertel, 36, a business consultant and the mother of three, finally agreed to meet me in a hotel bar in Dresden’s historic center, which has been restored to its former splendor since German reunification in 1990. With her flowing blond hair and monochrome outfits, Oertel has become one of the main faces of PEGIDA. I asked her why she thought “Islamization” was a problem in Saxony, a state where less than 0.1 percent of the population is Muslim. “The Muslims are making it a problem,” she said. Oertel said she voluntarily sends her children to what she called an “integration school,” with pupils from around the world. Her complaint is that girls from Muslim families wear headscarves and don’t take part in swimming lessons: “The exceptions are always made for the Muslims, and for nobody else.”

René Jahn, 49, who runs a building maintenance company, is the third member of PEGIDA’s triumvirate. Unlike Oertel, an atheist, Jahn told me he was christened and faced harassment growing up in communist East Germany because he was a member of the non-state sanctioned Plowshares to Swords peace movement. Among the dozen members in PEGIDA’s organization team, less than half are members of a church, according to Jahn. “It doesn’t play a decisive role,” he said. More important is getting immigration legislation changed.

PEGIDA was a reaction to a number of protests in Dresden and other German cities in October, when backers of the outlawed Kurdish rebel group PKK demanded weapons for fighters fending off the Islamic State in northern Syria. Oertel brushed aside my objection that the PKK, originally a Marxist group, could hardly be called Islamist. “We don’t want them to carry out their quarrels on our streets,” she said. “They flee from their countries, hoping they’ll be better off here, but they bring the same situation into our country. This isn’t any of our business.”

Jahn said he had expected 100 people at their first PEGIDA rally on Oct. 20. Instead, 350 people showed up. PEGIDA wasn’t conceived as a one-time action, Jahn told me, and at subsequent protests, the numbers kept doubling. By Dec. 8, the group broke the 10,000 mark. The organizers make it a point to include foreigners — an angry Dutchman, an angry Frenchman — among the speakers, and a Mozambican named Hamilton George, who came to East Germany in the late 1980s, walks demonstratively in the front line when PEGIDA marches through Dresden.
A member of BAERGIDA, Berlin's section of anti-immigration movement Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West (PEGIDA) demonstrates in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

Although PEGIDA offshoots have formed across Germany, the movement has failed to gain a similar following in other cities. What makes Dresden unique is its geography and political culture. During communist times, the area around the city was known as “the valley of the clueless” because West German TV signals couldn’t reach it. On the other hand, Dresden was one of the cities where peaceful protesters went out on the street in 1989, helping to bring down the communist regime in the so-called Montagsdemonstrationen – Monday demonstrations.

Many civil rights activists from that time are dismayed that PEGIDA also schedules its rallies on Monday evenings and uses the same rallying cry of Wir sind das Volk (“We are the people.”) But Jahn, who said he participated in the demonstrations 25 years ago, draws a direct line between the anti-establishment spirit then and now. “The people feel like they’ve been passed by,” he said. “There’s no contact to the citizens. That’s the way things were done in East Germany, too.”

Having undergone the transition from communism, eastern Germans are more skeptical about the country’s political order than western Germans, who take it for granted. The PEGIDA organizers are all disillusioned supporters of the country’s big center-right parties, the Christian Democrats and the Free Democrats, Oertel said. Now many of them are voting for the upstart AfD, which held talks with PEGIDA last week.

“It’s silly to talk about cooperation with other parties. We see ourselves as a citizen movement. We only want to address the concerns of the people and convey them to politicians,” Jahn said. “We’re not megalomaniacs. It’s clear we won’t sit down at one table with Merkel.”

The rallies won’t continue indefinitely but will come to an end once politicians take their concerns about immigration seriously, Jahn said.

In advance of Monday’s protest, Justice Minister Heiko Maas said PEGIDA supporters were “hypocrites” for attacking the media one day and mourning the slain Charlie Hebdo journalists the next. Horst Seehofer, head of Bavaria’s Christian Social Union, Germany’s most conservative mainstream party, flatly told PEGIDA to take a break. Merkel, while hosting the Turkish prime minister in Berlin, said that Islam was an integral part of German society.

Merkel is only confirming what PEGIDA supporters were already afraid of. Those fears may be irrational and unfounded, but they still exist. That is the nature of all phobias.

PHOTO (1): Participants hold a banner during a demonstration called by PEGIDA, in Dresden, Germany, Dec. 22, 2014. The text reads: “No more lies to us anymore! We are the people!” REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

PHOTO (2): Lutz Bachmann (R) and Kathrin Oertel, leaders of anti-immigration group PEGIDA, are pictured during a Reuters interview in Dresden, Germany, Jan. 12, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

PHOTO (3): A member of BAERGIDA, Berlin’s section of anti-immigration movement Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West (PEGIDA) demonstrates in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Jan. 12, 2015. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
The headline is verbatim; it is blatant propaganda but believe it if you want. It's not even supported by what was written.

Marxist Sabotages Patriot Rally In Cologne  [ 9 January 2015 ]
The square around the Cologne Cathedral was plunged into darkness Monday evening after the historical landmark shut down its lights in silent protest of weekly rallies in Dresden against the [ allegedly only ] perceived [ but blatantly obvious ] "Islamization" of Europe.

The symbolic act came as thousands of Germans demonstrated in Cologne and several other cities against the ongoing protests by the group calling itself Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West, or PEGIDA, which attracted its biggest crowd yet in Dresden on Monday night......

Only about 250 PEGIDA supporters showed up in Cologne, as compared to about ten times that number of counter-demonstrators..........

But PEGEIDA's main demonstration in the eastern city of Dresden, a region that has few immigrants or Muslims, attracted some 18,000, according to police. The demonstrations there have been growing from an initial few hundred in October to around 17,500 at a rally just before Christmas.
The Germans have taken the point that they are being betrayed by their wonderful government.


PEGIDA Founder Resigns After Marxists Do A Smear Job On Him [ 21 January 2015 ]
The founder of Germany’s anti-Islamisation movement resigned today after the country’s media printed a photograph of him posing as Adolf Hitler “for a joke”.

Lutz Bachmann, 41, a petty criminal with a string of convictions for house-breaking and drug-dealing, has denied that he is a Nazi sympathiser but the German press also revealed abusive comments about immigrants on his social media accounts.

The photograph emerged today as large numbers of supporters and opponents gathered for the latest rally in Leipzig.
The Main Stream Media are very keen on finding the dirt - sometimes. They have an agenda. Flooding Western Civilization with Third World aliens is at the top of it. So are Treason and Subversion. Creating a Trojan Horse, an Enemy Within is the point.


PEGIDA UK Will Hold First Rally In Newcastle  [ 7 February 2015 ]
, the Patriotic Europeans Against Islamification of the West is planning to rally in Manchester and Newcastle. One reason is that Her Majesty's Government allows Pakistani Perverts to rape English girls. Another is that HMG policy is to flood England with Third World aliens. It is Ethnic Fouling. It is Genocide. It is Treason.


PEGIDA UK Outnumbered By Rentamob [ 28 February 2015 ]
The Guardian
has its views. The Guardian is a Marxist propaganda machine, just like Rent A Mob. To fair some Englishmen are making noises about the Ethnic Fouling Of England that is the precursor to Genocide.

5 October 2015

I’d like to inform the readers that PEGIDA, far from being shut up, is rallying each Monday 20,000 people in Dresden only, and the protest against the immigrant invasion is spreading to other East Germany cities. Of course MSM [ Main Stream Media ] in Germany, France, Italy, etc., don’t say a single word about that.
On another note today French businessmen, the CEO and his Vice at Air France, were nearly lynched by a mob of very angry employees who face firing.
If the European politicians do not change, we’ll recover our rusted pitchforks and ropes.