"Our Europe Is Dying": German Youth Blast Merkel's "Multicultural Utopia"by Tyler Durden
Jan. 22, 2016
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Earlier this week, we documented the riots that took place in tiny Heesch where 1,000 Dutch protesters took to the streets to demonstrate their extreme displeasure at the town's decision to settle some 500 refugees.
Just hours before the melee, far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders (who is set to go on trial in March for inciting racial hatred by promising to rid the Netherlands of "Moroccans") released a new TV spot for his ascendant Freedom Party. In the clip, Wilders says male Mid-East refugees are "Islamic testosterone bombs" who should be locked away in asylum centers in order to "save the country's women" from "sexual jihad."
If you watched the clip, your first reaction was probably to laugh, but if you're like us, that laughter quickly gave way to consternation because what the video clearly demonstrates is that not only is Europe succumbing to xenophobia, the bloc is increasingly receptive to messages that in any other context would likely be met with revulsion.
Of course you can't exactly blame Europeans for their newfound tendency to lean right (so to speak). Between the Paris attacks and the wave of sexual assaults that took place across the bloc on New Year's Eve, the EU electorate has come to associate refugees with violent crime. The bloc is in fact so frightened that pepper spray and gun sales are soaring as Europeans arm themselves against what they increasingly view as a hostile foreign invasion and an usurpation of Christian values.
All of this has served to boost the popularity of far-right groups like PEGIDA in Germany and the "Soldiers of Odin" in Finland, where vigilante justice has arrived in the form of roving patrols of young men donning black bomber jackets with Viking helmets stitched on the back.
It's against this rather disturbing backdrop that we bring you the following video from the "Identitarian Movement" in Germany. As you'll see, some German youths are prepared to stage an open revolt against policies and politicians they believe are "sacrificing German values and traditions."