This morning we received the following email from a reader in Germany:
I do not know how many of yourselves, or your readers, have heard of the campaign of Pro-Deutschland against the building of mosques in Frankfurt and Berlin recently.
This is a campaign that we are having to repeat in our towns, cities and even villages, more and more (I am not a member of Pro-Deutschland yet, but I am a supporter).
I live in a part of Berlin that has the odd Turkish Imbiss (small “café” type of place), a tailor’s or two, and a very small scattering of Turks living here.
In the last twelve months, however, there has been a veritable explosion. All of a sudden, you cannot step out of your house for ten minutes without seeing two or three mothers pushing prams and all dressed in the latest bin bag design from the Middle East. And the numbers are getting bigger every week.
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Where do they all come from in such a short time? There can only be one answer, and that is, that there is a concerted plan to “invade” the city one bezirk (local area) at a time. Having filled Neu-Kölln. Kreuzberg, Wedding, to the brim, they now move on to the neighbouring bezirk, which is us.
How long before we too are having to campaign against a mosque or three? How long before our schools are seeing armed security on the doors because of Middle Easteners’ knife crime?
— Furor Teutonicus
I wrote Furor Teutonicus back and told him that I had previously mentioned Pro-Deutschland, in a post about the attacks on Pro-Köln last September. The translated article included this paragraph:
During this attack [on the Rhine vessel], the self-proclaimed “antifascists” beat up the 45-year-old German-Jewish member of the Federal Executive Board of the citizens’ movement Pro Deutschland, Michael Kucherov, in the district town hall of Rodenkirchen.
Beyond this I don’t know much about the group, and there is very little about it in English available on the web. German readers are welcome to send me more information about Pro-Deutschland.