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Fortress Europe: PEGIDA to be joined by 14 anti-Islam allies for mass February protests

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The German anti-Islam party PEGIDA has joined forces with a coalition of fellow anti-immigrant parties across Europe following a meeting in Prague. They have agreed to take part in protests in February, while also warning of the “Islamization” of Europe.

The far-right coalition signed a joint declaration over the weekend which they say is a commitment to oppose immigration, especially amongst those practising Islam. The groups, who call themselves “Fortress Europe,” say they are opposed to “Political Islam” and Islamic governments, who they believe are an “enemy” of Europe.

Leading PEGIDA activist Tatijana Festerling was deeply critical of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s policy of welcoming refugees, saying it was a cautionary tale for the rest of Europe.

“Merkel is growing a massive surplus of men in Germany," Festerling said, referring to the fact that most of the 1.1 million asylum seekers arriving to Germany last year were male, Deutsche Welle reports.

https://www.rt.com/news/330075-pegida-coalition-mass-protest/

It's about time! I hope they have a huge outpouring of support, this has to end and I'm afraid it's already gone too far to stop it without a lot of violence and bloodshed. Hey, Merkel was woman of the year for this! Maybe she should have been put in the public square in stocks instead. 

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