The following PEGIDA demonstration took place on October 4th in Sebnitz, in southeastern Saxony. Most of the protesters carrying the “Merkel Must Go” banners and being interviewed for the camera are old enough to remember the DDR, so they are well familiar with the stench of totalitarianism now wafting across from Berlin and Brussels. They recognize what’s being forced on them, and want nothing to do with it.
Below is a related article from Zuerst!, also translated by Oz-Rita:
Sebnitz. In (so-called) Swiss Saxony (Sächsiche Schweitz) some 2,500-3,000 people demonstrated against the failed immigration and asylum policy of the federal government. Under the name of “We help to build a border” they organised a human chain as a symbolic border. The action was intended “to send a clear signal for our country,” said the organizers.
After the initial speeches by the leaders of “Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West” (PEGIDA) such as Lutz Bachmann, the protest, which was included numerous Czechs, moved toward the Czech border, where everyone held his neighbor’s hand to form a human chain as a symbol against the Europe-wide asylum tsunami.
The initiative “We help the building of a border” has now announced that it will also build this “living border” on 1 November in Bavaria.
|00:00||Resistance Resistance Resistance|
|00:08||What does it mean? “Resistance” against what or against whom?|
|00:12||Resistance against everything what is happening in this country. To me|
|00:16||this looks like the execution of Germany.|
|00:20||This state is no longer a state for me. It is unable to|
|00:24||protect its citizens. It does not protect its borders any longer, nor its citizens within.|
|00:28||What kind of state is that? I can do without such a “state”.|
|00:32||Traitors, traitors! Banner reads: “Merkel must go”.|
|00:40||Do you still accept this state?|
|00:44||No, that’s no longer a state, that’s political dictatorship.|
|00:48||We no longer have confidence, or we would not be here.|
|00:52||As pensioners we have other things to do on a Sunday|
|00:56||What Frau Merkel does here is not OK.|
|01:01||Frau Merkel must be stopped. Merkel must go… Merkel must go…|
|01:05||Merkel must go|
|01:09||This government was voted in.|
|01:13||Well, they have to resign. And then?|
|01:17||And then there will be another government. New elections?|
|01:21||We will see.|
|01:25||A revolutionary situation is when those below|
|01:29||don’t want it any longer, and those above cannot do it any longer, that’s what we learned in history.|
|01:33||That is like 1989. Then I was on the streets in Leipzig,|
|01:37||so that a system of lies would have no more power over so many people,|
|01:41||and this system now… it started after the reunification, this anti-German|
|01:46||political system. And what needs to happen? A complete turnaround.|
|01:50||What does this mean? Not commenting on this one.|
|01:54||But not only Merkel, yes?|
|01:58||the whole sh***y apparatus has to go!|
|02:02||DETHRONE THEM! NOW!|
|02:06||To avoid further damage to the country and its people.
For links to previous articles about PEGIDA (Patriotische Europäer Gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes, Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West) and related movements, see the PEGIDA Archives.