In her speech at the PEGIDA rally in Dresden last night, Tatjana Festerling described a meeting of PEGIDA leaders from various countries that took place in Prague over the weekend. The result was the Prague Declaration, a vigorous repudiation of mass immigration and Islamization, and an affirmation of national sovereignty for each European nation.
|0:08||The reason that I have, sort of, usurped the microphone is because|
|0:12||I am a woman — while Islam gives women|
|0:16||no rights at all… …my name is, dot-dot-dot,|
|0:20||and I represent PEGIDA/Usvit…|
|0:24||I can imagine that there are,|
|0:28||let’s say, different national priorities, and even the priorities of our movements gathered here, yes?|
|0:32||Each of us has a bit different political focus, covering different breadth of issues…|
|0:36||Perhaps we can wait for “Sunshine”, no? [“Sunshiners” is a derogatory term for naive ‘useful idiots’/’bleeding hearts’]|
|0:40||— [speaking English] …really small (?), but our popularity is rising.|
|0:44||— [speaking English] It’s in a year, already… …Yes, my name is|
|0:48||Tatjana Festerling from PEGIDA Dresden…[hum]|
|1:04||… three, two, one, go! [speaking English] We are [the]|
|1:08||voices [of] Europe!|
|1:12||[speaking German] We are the voices of Europe!
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.