March 8th was International Women’s Day. In the midst of all the celebrations of gynicity, Heidi Mund — a well-known activist in the German Counterjihad — and her “right-wing extremist” allies staged an anti-sharia rally in downtown Frankfurt.
The following video shows some excerpts from what happened that day. Frankfurt is one of the most culturally enriched cities in Germany, so it’s no surprise that Muslims turned out in force to oppose the “Islamophobes”. However, what’s interesting is that the Antifas — most of whom were ethnic Germans — took the lead in screaming, blowing whistles, throwing objects, and spitting on the speakers. It was a textbook example of the Red-Green Alliance in action.
Heidi Mund is a very courageous woman, and very inspirational. Most people would have hurried to get away from what she had to face that day in Frankfurt.
Below are the notes accompanying the video, also translated by Nash:
Spat on, Threatened and Attacked: Women’s Day in Frankfurt — Antifa Escalates
Women’s day in the Antifa heartland, Frankfurt am Main, the first city in Germany with a quotient of migrants of more than 50%:
ANTIFA storms the stage and riots! We are spat on, cursed and threatened, and stuff is thrown at us!
Police do nothing — Heidi Mund: “The police at this very moment are committing a crime! They have a duty to protect this event!”
Unmasked: High ranking SPD-Bundestag representatives are among the violent demonstrators!
Heidi breaks out in tears: “These were people, they were alive, and they have lost their lives because of this s*** government!”
Exposed: This is how German-born muslims think: “We love allah. When one isn’t quiet, or complains, then one deserves to be punched in the mouth!”
Inge Steinmetz: “Are you not ashamed?!” and Iris Swoboda (Mothers Against Violence): “Where is your empathy, you are applauding all of this?!” “End Antifa!”
Expressions of Gratitude
Heidi Mund (for organizing and for her powerful speeches), Iris Swoboda — Mothers Against Violence (for her honest words and for discussing with demonstrators), Inge Steinmetz (for her moving speech), Ute Biena-Habrich AfD (for her strong words and for flying in from Bremen on her own dime), Robert — Line of Horrors, the folders, the spontaneous appearances of passers-by (for their courage to speak up), police individuals (who can’t be blamed for the insipid attitude of the police president) and to all present supporters on location and on livestream!