Michael Stürzenberger is the leader of the Munich branch of the party Die Freiheit, which is in the forefront of German resistance to Islamization. As reported here frequently in the past, Mr. Stürzenberger began giving a series of public talks in central Munich, as part of a drive to collect signatures for a petition against a proposed mega-mosque financed by Qatar.
Mr. Stürzenberger’s anti-Islamic action have drawn verbal harassment, threats, thrown objects, and occasional physical attacks. But he will not be deterred, and continues to stand courageously against the Islamization of Germany.
Vlad Tepes recently conducted an interview with Michael Stürzenberger over skype. Readers who are used to hearing him speaking only in German may be surprised to hear him describe his anti-mosque petition in English:
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