Germans March in Berlin against Immigration Chaos
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On Saturday, 5,000 concerned German citizens marched in Berlin to protest their government’s open-borders refugee policy.

What did Chancellor Angela Merkel think would happen when she invited all Syrians to come? Hundreds of thousands have responded already to the offer of a comfy first-world lifestyle, and millions more are expected.

Admitting hordes of a historic enemy (Muslims) is still an invasion to the citizens even if the government is complicit.

This clip shows the large crowd:

DW characterized the pro-sovereignty Germans as “right-wing anti-immigration” party, while the opposition favoring open borders were a “broad alliance of associations.”


The Daily Mail has lots of photos of the event; so does Breitbart.

Thousands march in Berlin anti-refugee demo, Deutsche Welle, November 7, 2015

Some 5,000 supporters of the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) have protested in Berlin against Germany’s refugee policy. The demonstrators called for Chancellor Angela Merkel to step down.

Among the speakers at the rally were AfD head Frauke Petry, the deputy party leader Alexander Gauland and MEP Beatrix von Storch.

As AfD rally marched through Berlin and the capital’s government district on Sunday, protesters were heard shouting “Merkel has to go” and “We are the people” – chants which have also become popular at demonstrations held by the the right-wing movment PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West) in recent months.

A number of neo-Nazis were reportedly spotted among the AfD protesters.

On passing the Federal Press Association, where several German and foreign media are based, the crowd chanted “lying press.”

The march on Saturday came amid growing pressure on Merkel and the German government over the number of refugees arriving in Germany. Critics of Germany’s current refugee policy are calling on politicians to impose an upper limit on the number of refugees entering the country. Under current estimates, the country expects 800,000 asylum applications this year.

Poor turnout for counter-demo The number of counter-protestors in Berlin on Saturday was much lower than previously expected, with just 800 demonstrators accounting for across five anti-AfD demonstrations. Ahead of the protests, an alliance of political parties, trade union and intiatives had estimated up to 7,000 participants.

There were reports of clashes between left-wing protesters and the 1,1000-strong police force, after some demonstrators attempted break through a police barrier to block the path of the AfD march. Officers responded with batons and pepper spray. An attempted sit-in was also cleared by police.

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