The Nazis Are Coming! The Nazis Are Coming!

The Dresden city council has voted to approve a paper declaring that there is a “Nazi State of Emergency” in the city because… Well, because a lot of citizens oppose mass immigration. Or dislike the building of mosques.

Simply questioning the wisdom of open borders is enough to earn the “Nazi” label in Germany.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for translating this report, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   If you travel through the Florence of the Elbe,
00:03   you can admire the famous Sistine Madonna painting, the entire
00:06   Zwinger Palace or the rebuilt Church of our Lady.
00:09   However, whoever travels to the Florence on the Elbe
00:12   is also in Dresden, and this city has a problem with Nazis. At least that’s how a representative
00:17   of the Dresden city council formulated it. On Wednesday, a majority
00:20   Of the council have now even written a paper
00:23   under the title “Nazi State of Emergency” with a question mark.
00:27   The concept was the subject of heated debate.
00:30   “Emergency” usually means there is acute danger,
00:33   as with natural disasters. Many see Dresden as dangerous,
00:37   as the right-wing stronghold in the entire federal state of Saxony. Right-wing extremist violence
00:41   has increased by 45 percent between 2017 and 2018.
00:46   Dresden’s city council has now decided to take concrete action
00:51   against the Right. Claudia Kaiser reports.
00:55   Dresden is a city of culture, a state capital, and has a lot to offer the tourist. The so-called
01:00   Florence of the Elbe is also known for such pictures.
01:03   For five years Pegida has been demonstrating in the city.
01:06   There have been xenophobic attacks and an attack on a mosque. Does that mean there is
01:11   a “Nazi state of emergency” in Dresden because of this? That’s the question that is now being
01:16   discussed in Dresden due to this man’s initiative.
01:19   Max Aschenbach of the satire party, “The Party” has submitted
01:22   a motion with exactly this question to the city council because: —For years there’s been a problem
01:26   that actually cannot be denied anymore.
01:31   The politicians have actually been refusing to act against it,
01:36   in a sense they should be saying: “No. We will ostracise all right-wing notions and we also won’t
01:41   speak with Nazis because that’s just a no-go.”
01:44   In the city council, the motion was heatedly discussed,
01:47   mainly because many on the city council are
01:50   committed to the fight against the Right,
01:53   but didn’t agree with the chosen formulations. In the end, the motion was completely rewritten
01:56   and adopted by a clear majority with the votes of the SPD, the Green Party, the Left and FDP.
02:03   The title “Nazi State of Emergency?” could not be changed afterwards for reasons of formality.
02:10   It is an overstatement. That’s quite clear,
02:13   but that has to do with the fact that we as an association of the city want to clearly say
02:17   that we support people who oppose it. We expect that from everyone who opposes racism,
02:21   anti-Semitism and we also don’t want this Pegida smear campaign here in our city anymore.
02:27   That’s one of the things they write and it says, among other things:
02:30   “That the democratic culture of everyday life and engagement against
02:33   the causes of extremely right-wing positions should be strengthened.”
02:36   For the CDU it is purely posturing politics.
02:40   We certainly have something very undesirable, that would be
02:45   the demonstrations that are on the right fringe
02:51   with some right-wing extremist background. We care about all of that,
02:57   but this motion that the city council passed isn’t going to make things any better.
03:05   The CDU voted unanimously against the motion, as well as the AfD.
03:08   Instead both parties demanded taking a stand
03:11   against any form of extremism, including leftist extremism (Antifa).
03:14   In addition, the CDU and the FDP consider the term
03:17   “Nazi state of emergency” to be inappropriate. They were not alone,
03:21   because the tourism federation regards this formulation as heavy blow for Dresden.
 

6 thoughts on “The Nazis Are Coming! The Nazis Are Coming!

  1. Aaaaarrgghh! I’m only an old-fashioned “liberal”, European-style, ie not “socialist”, and possibly a Bear of Little Brain, like Pooh, but I can understand that the rise of the “Far Right” is NOT because people in “Western” countries have become more “racist”, but because mainstream parties and leaders, not only of the “moderate” left, but also supposedly “Conservative”, eg Merkel, consistently ignore their voters’ concerns over mass immigration, especially from cultures which are incompatible with ours.

    Sorry, I expect you all understand this, including the many who are somewhat more to the “right” than myself, but I felt the need for a rant!

  2. Madness!, totally madness , I don’t know anymore what kind of world We are living since 2015 , is just like a bad dream ..

  3. The left feel that they have the power, and must push on for their full Utopia, and now to remove all opposition, to stop any “sliding back”.

    The German city [Dresden] which dared to stand-up to their government’s policy of accepting Islamisation and mass migration appears to have been punished for dissent by the zero-notice imposition of a migrant camp.
    Government employees stood by the entrance of a city park in Dresden, Saxony on Thursday night handing out fliers to passers-by informing them the next day the green space, which lies a short walk behind the city’s famous Semper Opera house was to be transformed into a ‘tent city’.
    In reality, a Breitbart source in the city said, the first most people knew about the plan was when a convoy of lorries and construction equipment rolled in to begin work hours later. ……..

    ……. To combat this ignorance, the logic goes, Dresden must be made more diverse.
    Major left-wing charity chairman and former STASI spy Anetta Kahane has already declared the East of Germany “too white”, and that if she could have any wish granted it would be to culturally ‘reconstruct’ the East.
    Her comments were in response to remarks by the Green-party prime minister of German state Baden-Württemberg who said that the present formula of migrants being shared out equally should be modified to make less ethnically diverse East German states take more.

    Not that such shock tactics have proven reliable in cowing locals into passive acceptance when town centre plots are unexpectedly turned into migrant centres.
    Breitbart London reported last week on the case of Freital, a small town in the vicinity of Dresden where a refugee centre was established earlier this year with no notice.
    The ownership of a local hotel quietly changed hands and again the first residents knew of the plans to establish the centre was when the lorry loads of migrants drove in. The whole town is now under German police control which is martial law in all but name – officers can refuse entry to the town, and have set up an exclusion zone around the hotel. Locals now meet every night to protest, opposed by the police.
    Dresden itself has been a marked target for left-wing activists and politicians since the city became last year the home of PEGIDA – the Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West.
    The much maligned group has been meeting every Monday night in Dresden since Autumn 2014, to voice their opposition to a number of government policies, from the open-arms approach to migration, the Islamisation of Christian Europe, and the involvement of the German military in the Iraq-Syria conflict.

    Although castigated as a rag-tag group of neo-Nazis and football hooligans, PEGIDA has consistently drawn a more peaceful crowd of professionals, families, and right-wing students. Despite that, German intellectuals have been left dumbfounded as to why East Germans would want to complain about mass migration at all, and that the feelings of this vocal group must be down to ignorance born of living in the least ethnically diverse part of the country.
    To combat this ignorance, the logic goes, Dresden must be made more diverse. Major left-wing charity chairman and former STASI spy Anetta Kahane has already declared the East of Germany “too white”, and that if she could have any wish granted it would be to culturally ‘reconstruct’ the East.
    Her comments were in response to remarks by the Green-party prime minister of German state Baden-Württemberg who said that the present formula of migrants being shared out equally should be modified to make less ethnically diverse East German states take more.
    https://searchlight-germany.blogspot.com/2015/07/residents-wake-up-to-find-overnight.html

    It is all a planned, “you must take your medicine, the worst it tastes the better for you”.
    The worst part is the silencing, the censorship, the shutting down of discussion, debate, de-platforming, that has become a total intolerance.
    Then the threats, violence of antifa.

    That islamophobia is a result of islamophrenia, that is ;- a filling of the mind with Islamic tenets and beliefs.
    So to compare, what is filling the minds of the multicultural, politically correct, Utopian dreamers?

    • You do not have to fear silencing and censorship. There are many countries across Europe that have undergone that treatment before and eventually got rid of it. It means no more than the simple fact that there’s going to be a new revolution one day and the people are going to take their homelands back from the states.

  4. “The CDU voted unanimously against the motion, as well as the AfD”

    …that’s because this was put forward by “Die Partei” (the Party), a satirical political party. I believe all their members are named after Hitler’s cabinet members, or something to that effect. MSM in other countries have misinterpreted this non-event.

    —————

    Die PARTEI (The PARTY), is a German political party that was founded in 2004 by the editors of the German satirical magazine Titanic.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Die_PARTEI

  5. I guess they’ll learn the hard way once the Germans are outnumbered by third World Muslims. I suppose they’ll say I’m a Nazi for stating an historical fact. Real German Nazis murdered my family in Greece during WWII, so I strongly dislike real Nazis or fascist.

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