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Hundreds of people flooded the streets of the Saxon city of Chemnitz on August 26 following the death of a German father killed by immigrants during a festival. Concerned Germans, dismissed as ‘neo Nazis’ by left-wing journalists, are calling for many more mass protests. Police are now bracing for a new wave of anti-migrant marches.
The District court of Chemnitz has issued an arrest warrant for a 23-year-old Syrian and a 22-year-old Iraqi suspected of killing a 35-year-old German in the early hours of August 26. The slaying triggered anti-migrant protests in Chemnitz. The city attorney’s office has requested to arrest the suspects, who reportedly stabbed the man to death following a verbal dispute on Sunday night.
They were detained on August 26 by the police, who are ‘looking into motives and circumstances of the crime, according to the previously issued statement.’ We can well imagine the pro-refugee spin the police and media will put on the breaking news story.
The victim, Daniel Hillig, was stabbed some 25 times in a frenzied race-hate assault and died in hospital. Two of his friends were also seriously injured and admitted to hospital. The authorities in media waffle described the ‘incident’ as a ‘dispute between several people of different nationalities.’ Germany’s politically correct police were reluctant to release information about the suspects, including their nationality.
The mayhem and slaughter broke out during the city fest. Information has been circulating online that the Germans simply tried to defend a woman who was being racially harassed by the assailants. Michael Walsh with 50 years’ experience combating anti-White race hate is author of the best-selling Europe Arise.
He says, “The White rights handbook has a chapter that teaches women how to protect themselves from anti-White harassment and attacks. People should be purchasing copies for wives, girlfriends, female relatives.”
Buy soon, YouTube that collaborates with Facebook has removed video footage of the on-going demonstrations. The police are working hard on suppressing what they call media gossip. However, statistically, many more people believe first-hand online news than police and media suppression and spin.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Chemnitz on August 26. Around 100 people gathered in one of the city squares to mourn the victim.
Around 1,000 concerned people subsequently took part in protests. Some were smeared by corporate media hacks as ‘far-right supporters’ chanting “We are the people.”
Counter-demonstrators, left-wing and immigrants have also taken to the streets. Extra-forces of police have been deployed. Additionally, calls for revenge have been circulating online. Following the events, a video emerged on which a group of men allegedly attacked two foreigners.
The anti-Islamic movement PEGIDA is urging locals to continue protests in Chemnitz following the murder of the 35-year-old German.
“Muster strength from anger and sadness! Only together can we ensure that his death was not pointless,” the regional branch of the movement posted the calls for the August 26 demonstration on their Facebook page. Similar urges are also spread through football fans’ groups on social media.
The police are preparing for further deployment, and have told the German outlet Franfurter Allgemeine Zeitung that they take the demonstration seriously.