Merkel is responsible for this. Not only is she the architect of Germany’s suicidal Muslim migration policies, but she has ruthlessly cracked down on any and all expressions of legitimate dissent. It was inevitable that the opposition would take to the streets. She has left them with no other recourse.
“Others held signs showing Mrs Merkel dressed in a Nazi uniform with the swastikas replaced by Euro symbols and branded Mrs Merkel’s government ‘a dictatorship’.” Right.
“‘Merkel MUST GO’ Germany in FLAMES as furious locals torch cars and attack mosque,” by Katie Mansfield and Monika Pallenberg, Express, October 4, 2016 (thanks to Simon):
Campaigners jeered the German Chancellor as she attended celebrations in the eastern city to mark 26 years since Germany’s reunification.
Holding placards reading “Merkel must go”, right-wing protesters also shouted the slogan as Merkel, who has faced criticism for her open-door refugee policy, and President Joachim Gauck arrived for the celebrations and greeted spectators.
Graffiti declaring “All of Dresden hates the police” has been sprayed in a street near the scene of the arson.
Dresden is the birthplace of the anti-Islam Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West (PEGIDA) group.
The grassroots movement, whose weekly rallies attracted around 20,000 supporters at their height at the start of 2015 held a rally in the city today.
Protesters blew whistles and shouted ‘Traitors’ and ‘Get out’ as the German Chancellor arrived in Dresden.
Others held signs showing Mrs Merkel dressed in a Nazi uniform with the swastikas replaced by Euro symbols and branded Mrs Merkel’s government ‘a dictatorship’.
The German Chancellor has come under fire for her open-door policy which has seen one million migrants arrive in Germany.
In a short statement, Mrs Merkel, who grew up in the former East Germany, called for “mutual respect” in the political debate and said she wished that all sides could work together to tackle the new problems regardless of their different political views.
Some 2,600 police officers are on duty for the event known as German Unity Day….