August 23, 2015
There does come a point where enough is enough.
Dresden may have just gotten to that point.
Up to 1,000 protesters have clashed with police in eastern Germany in riots reportedly sparked by the arrival of 250 migrants.
Police said protesters shouting “foreigners out” and carrying banners against the “asylum flood” threw bottles and stones at busloads of asylum seekers arriving in Heidenau, near Dresden.
At least 31 officers were hurt in violent scuffles as police used tear gas to disperse crowds.
Peaceful demonstrations began after news spread that the town was welcoming a large number of refugees who are set to be housed in an empty building.
The protest was hijacked by a group of far-right radicals, many belonging to the militant National Democratic Party (NPD), considered a neo-Nazi organisation.
“After the riots, the situation is now calm,” a police spokesman told Tagesspiegel online, adding it was not yet clear how many people had been injured or how many arrests had been made.
Remember that Dresden was the center of the Pegida anti-invasion movement, and that because of this, Angela Merkel punished the town by flooding it with Blacks.
This situation is not going away any time soon.