Cottbus, Germany: Masked Protesters Hold Anti-Migrant March

Masked far-right demonstrators hold illegal protest against north African migrants in German city of Cottbus,

A group of hundreds of masked Germans took to the streets of the city of Cottbus to protest North African migrants in what police are calling an illegal far-right march.

The march, which took place Friday evening around 10 pm in the second largest city in Brandenburg, saw the one hundred or so protesters march down the streets of central Cottbus holding a banner that said “Defend Cottbus.”

The protesters, who police say are likely neo-Nazis though they have not been able to identify the group fully, were able to march down the quiet street unopposed Tagesspiegel reports.

Protesters were caught on film as they chanted various slogans like “resistance!” “the German youth rule here!” and “Nafris raus!” or “Nafris out!”

The term “Nafri” was used by the Cologne police to describe North African criminals. Many left-leaning politicians have claimed the term is “racist” and accused the Cologne police of racial profiling on New Year’s Eve, despite the success of the police presence in stopping a repeat of the sex attacks from the year before.

The group also handed out a leaflet entitled “Cottbus Nafri Free” explaining their position. They claim it is “only a matter of time” before more German cities have Cologne-style sex attacks and called on people to speak out on the subject of mass migration and migrant crime. “If we want to preserve our way of life we must act,” they write.



Oude Pekela, Netherlands: Protests Erupt As Migrant Invaders Housed In Tiny Town of 8,000

TENSIONS are bubbling over in a small Dutch town after an influx of migrants rocked the community leading to protests and sparking the creation of vigilante groups.

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Oude Pekela, in the Netherlands, has been the scene of heated demonstrations as locals fight back against the Syrian invaders being housed there.

As cities were overwhelmed with the number claiming asylum, the Dutch government was forced to house applicants far away from built-up areas.

Shelters were hastily set up in suburbs where their presence caused friction among residents, fearful immigration was impacting their small community.

Oude Pekela resident, Heye Meyer, said: “Our community is too small for this number of people.”

The 60-year-old added: “We are afraid.”

And even migrants themselves acknowledge the close-knit towns they have been placed in are less than welcoming.

A refugee from Aleppo, 20-year-old Ahmad, said: “It is maybe strange for them that we are here.”

“It is a small town, with many old people.  It could be better in Amsterdam.”

Close to the German border, the village has a scant population of just 8,000, and is seeing rise to organised groups patrolling the town.

The country has seen the number of protest groups skyrocket from 124 in 2012 to 661 this year, raising fears of vigilantism.

One such group, Kameraadschap Noord-Nederland, which describes itself as a “national-minded people with a socialist heart,” has organised several protests in the area.

Another, United We Stand Holland: Protecting Our Citizens, sprung up after locals banded together to apprehend a migrant, following claims he “behaved inappropriately” toward a 12-year-old girl in a supermarket.

In Oude Pekela, tensions bubbled over in September when a protest, fueled by claims of harassment by migrants  , led to an angry crowd forming outside the asylum centre.

The police were brought in to control the crowds, and the town’s mayor was forced to use an emergency order to disperse the crowd.

Since September patrols by citizen’s groups were set up around the village.

Arzon, France: 100 Locals & Nationalists Protest Invader Base

Some 100 far-right protesters rallied in the French village of Arzon on Monday night, breaking down the door of the local migrant center. This comes after a sexual assault on a 67-year-old woman by a South Sudanese refugee.

Police arrested several protesters after they managed to get into the center, and had to stand guard near the building, local newspaper Ouest-France reported.

The demonstration was staged by far-right groups, with support from local residents taking part.

It was alleged that one of the migrants had sexually assaulted and OAP in the area

Protest coordinators with loudspeakers could be seen encouraging members of the protest into action.

It follows confirmation from the regional prosecutor that a 67-year-old local woman had been sexually assaulted by a 16-year-old Sudanese migrant last Thursday. The “youth” had been staying in the migrant center in the village, moving there after the dismantling of the Calais Jungle camp.

The far-right activists accused the authorities of trying to sweep the incident under the carpet, especially after the prosecutor said that the situation had been exaggerated online.



“The victim was taking the shopping out of her car when she was approached by a young man. In broken English he told her that her house was beautiful. Then he tried to kiss her repeatedly, after which she pushed him back,” prosecutor Francois Touron told Ouest-France.

“The young man, from Sudan, touched the woman’s left breast, then he made a gesture as if he was masturbating” the official added.

The woman went to police and the migrant was detained and charged with sexual assault. However, the authorities later released him, and he is set to appear in court in March.



Versailles, France: “No To The Migrant Camps!”

Anti-migrant demonstration at the Château de Versailles

November 11th, 2016.

Four hundred French men & women gathered in Versailles to protest against the opening of migrant centers in their country, & the continued invasion of France by hostile foreigners.

The event was organized by Fabien Bouglé of the Versailles Families’ Futures group. Addressing the crowd, he said: “We are here to say no to the migrant camp in Rocquencourt, in the Yvelines, and elsewhere in France. Here our women have no choice but to be veiled or raped.” He also called upon United States president-elect Donald Trump to help stop the invasion of France.


Also notable among the speakers was retired general Christian Piquemal, who was involved in the French Pegida protest earlier this year.

The protest went unopposed, save for two passers by who stopped for a photo. There were no arrests or incidents of violence.




Gotland Rising: Swedes Fight Back Against Rapist Invaders

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Several protests have been held on the Swedish island of Gotland and a refugee center there has been attacked with stones since police released several foreign men who are accused of gang-raping a wheelchair-bound woman.

Six men, all in their 20s, were arrested after the attack, and one was soon released. The remaining five remained in police custody until they were released on Wednesday. The investigation is still ongoing.

The Expressen newspaper reported that the suspects are all asylum seekers and that the rape allegedly took place at asylum accommodation.

Radio Nordfront released a video that shows a member of the Nordic Resistance confronting the rapists.

The Swedish man in the video has since been arrested for the confrontation.

Visby has seen several protests held to support the raped woman and condemn the release of the perpetrators.

On Wednesday, about 100 people walked from the local police station to the place where the rape had taken place, Expressen newspaper reported. Also on Wednesday, a crowd of protesters attacked the local asylum accommodation with stones. It is not clear whether it is the only migrant facility in the town.

Protests after woman gang raped

A similar protest took place on Friday. These events prompted Swedish authorities to send extra police to the town, and some 60 officers arrived in Visby on Friday to stabilize the situation.

On Sunday, the Nordic Council of Resistance also held a protest. According to Christer Börjesson, commanding chief of the police reinforcements, the protest was peaceful and there was only a minor clash between demonstrators and a passer-by.

Allex, France: Locals Led By The Front National Protest Resettling Of Migrants

Villagers protesting in Allex

Some 50 migrant invaders have been re-homed in the small village of Allex, in the south-western province of Rhone-Alpes, which has a population of around 2,500 people.

But their arrival has sparked sizable resistance in the tiny countryside community, with angry locals marching on the mayor’s office demanding that they be removed.

A village meeting in Allex

Armed police have been stationed outside the invaders’ housing and the local mayor says the situation is now so “explosive” that he has decided to call a referendum so residents can vote on their futures.

Villagers protesting in Allex, France

However, many in the village have now launched their own campaign to get the vote legally recognised by the government in Paris, arguing that the re-homing of the invaders was undemocratically imposed against their will.

An online pressure group has been set up to put their case and they are now urging towns, villages and cities across the country to hold their own referendums on housing migrants.

If successful they would make it virtually impossible for the government in Paris to redistribute recently arrived refugees across the country, bringing France’s asylum system to its knees.

During a march through the village, at which the flag of the nationalist Front National party were on display, locals chanted that refugees were “not wanted” and should go elsewhere.

Danish “Night Owls” patrol the streets to keep people safe from invaders

“A concerned group of citizens, calling themselves the Night Owls, have now begun heading out in groups at night to patrol areas near bars and clubs and deter migrants from attempting to approach women.”