Sinsheim, Germany: Nationalist Rally Against Child Molesters

On Saturday, May 6th, members of Die Rechte, the NPD, Identitären Aktion Deutschland, & Ring Nationaler Frauen (National Women’s Organization) held a joint demonstration against child molesters.

Although a race-neutral protest theme on the surface, the vast majority of child rapists in Germany are of course foreigners.

Calling for the death penalty for child molesters, they compared the convictions of Horst Mahler and Ursula Haverbeck, who were given long sentences of imprisonment solely on account of their speech with the relatively mild verdicts for child molesters and rapists.

A small cadre of dedicated anti-whites showed up to counter protest, showing that they are willing to take the side of the worst examples of humanity if it means opposing Whites.

Police kept the two sides apart, & there were no incidents of violence or arrests.

After marching around the city & giving speeches, the event concluded successfully & peacefully. All groups involved had a positive experience at the event, & look forward to working together in the future.

http://rechte-bw.com/?p=3444

 

 

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National Socialist May Day March In Halle, Germany

On May 1st in Halle, Germany, about 500 members of Die Rechte along with comrades from the Anti Kapitalist Kollective held a march for National Socialism & the German worker.

Early in the demonstration, the nationalists were attacked without provocation by police & about 1/4 of the participants were detained. They were taken to the police station where flags & other materials were confiscated.

A few of those arrested are seen here

Despite this, the march continued.

After being detained for several hours & having their property seized, the National Socialists were released & the demonstration concluded without further incident.

http://rechte-bw.com/?p=3418

http://www.antikap.org/?p=255

Keeping Up With Die Rechte: March Activism

Note: Die Rechte is a minor German nationalist party primarily based out of Baden-Württemberg.

Die Rechte fields mayoral candidate

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As of March 2nd, Die Rechte is officially running a candidate for the office of mayor in the town of Au am Rhein, located in the southwest state of Baden-Württemberg.

Die Rechte wants to take the opportunity to assume political responsibility at the local & regional level. The municipality of Au am Rhein, through the candidacy of Christian Worch, has the opportunity to bring in an experienced, one hundred percent representative of the people to their community.

Leaflet distribution in Au am Rhein

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On Wednesday, March 15, 2017, the candidates for the office of mayor were invited to speak at a town hall in Au am Rhein. All five candidates took the opportunity to introduce themselves, including the candidate of Die Rechte, Christian Worch.

Accompanied by 25 activists, he addressed the crowd of about 800 people. Video of the speech is below.

Die Rechte information booths set up in Gaggenau and Rastatt

On March 11, 2017, activists from Baden-Württemberg met in the town of Gaggenau early in the morning to put up an information booth in the local pedestrian zone.

Coincidentally, there was a booth not far away representing Alternative fur Deutschland.

Despite some leftists in the area, everything remained peaceful & at 12:30 the booth was packed up and moved to the nearby city of Rastatt.

After running across some muslims who were selling vegetables in the town square, (who were just leaving) the activists set up the booth & talked to the citizens of Rastatt peacefully & uninterrupted until packing it up at 4:00.

March with the NPD in Dessau

 

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On March 11th, representatives of Die Rechte traveled to the Saxon town of Dessau in order to take part in a march to honor the German dead of WWII, soldier & civilian, which was hosted by the NPD.

About 160 people took part in the march, with about 100 anti-Germans protesting the event.

Speakers from Die Rechte & the NPD addressed the crowd.

There were no arrests or incidents of violence, and plans were made for future cooperation between the two groups.

Zweibrücken: Die Rechte holds torchlight march to honor war dead

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On March 14, 2017, a memorial march took place in Zweibrücken to commemorate the those killed during the bombing of the city in 1945.

The mourners started the event with a greeting and a speech, which was sporadically framed by a miserable heap of antifa, after which the 40 or so participants began to march. After a short time, night fell and torches were ignited. The column continued its march without disturbance until it was back at the starting point. The memorial march ended after a short final speech.

There were no arrests or violence.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sofia, Bulgaria: Lukov March 2017

February 18th, 2017.

The fourteenth annual Lukov march went ahead despite being banned by the mayor of Sofia & public opposition from the Bulgarian Socialist Party, the Russian foreign ministry, & the Shalom Organization of  Jews in Bulgaria.

The event is held yearly to honor wartime leader General Hristo Lukov, who was murdered by communist forces in 1943.

Over 2,000 Bulgarian nationalists were in attendance, organized by the Bulgarian National Alliance.

Lukov March 2017, seen from above

Guests from other European nations were present for the event, including delegations from the Nordic Resistance (Sweden & Norway), Die Recht (Germany), & Der Dritte Weg (Germany). Also present were nationalists from Poland, France, Italy, Croatia, Hungary & Spain.

There was no significant street protest of the event, & no reports of violence or arrest of the participants.

 

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http://sofiaglobe.com/2017/02/18/lukov-march-2017-goes-ahead-in-spite-of-mayoral-ban-over-foreign-neo-nazi-involvement/

Dortmund, Germany: Protest Against Police Oppression of Nationalists

On August 23, 2012, German police conducted a series of raids designed to end the nationalist presence in North Rhine-Westphalia. Over 100 nationalists were targeted, & many nationalist clubs & organizations were banned.

On the fourth anniversary of the police crackdown, 130 nationalists organized by Die Rechte Dortmund held a protest against the banning of these organizations.

The protest was carried out successfully, with antifa managing only a couple dozen for a counter protest. Though they attempted to attack lone nationalists after the protest was concluded, no injuries were reported.

http://www.dortmundecho.org/2016/08/nwdo-und-co-130-teilnehmer-bei-kundgebung-zum-jahrestag-der-vereinsverbote/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

 

German National Socialists hold massive anti-immigration rallies in Dortmund, Erfurt

One thousand German National Socialists marched through the city of Dortmund on Saturday in a large, heavily policed anti-immigration protest.

According to the event’s official website, the demonstrators were protesting against what they called “over-foreignization,” by which they mean mass immigration, the German government’s open-door asylum policy, the ongoing refugee crisis, and the concept of multiculturalism. Chants of “Frei, Sozial, und National” rang out as they marched unhindered through the city.

Held under the slogan “A Day of the German Future,” this was an annual event organized by Michael Bruck, who is member of the small radical Die Rechte (The Right) party and also a member of Dortmund’s city council. Various nationalist organizations throughout Germany were in attendance, including the NPD, Hooligans Against Salafism (the group that gave rise to PEGIDA), as well as autonomous nationalists.

Antifa organized a large counter demonstration, but were unable to get to the nationalist bloc or hinder the march in any way. Utterly failing to stop the nationalists, they settled for smashing cars & fighting with the police, who proceeded to tear gas them.

A similar march, numbering in the hundreds, was held on the same day in Erfurt.

The protesters marched through the city for three hours chanting “We are the people!” while holding up placards reading “For maintaining the freedom of speech,” “For the general referendum,” (on immigration)“Against the arbitrariness of the government.” They also waved German national flags, as well as the flags of some other European nations.

Again, antifa came out to counter protest but, unlike in Dortmund, remained peaceful.

No arrests were made.

https://www.rt.com/news/345444-far-right-rally-dortmund/