In October 2014 an anti-Islam protest took place in Dresden by an initiative named 'Patriotische Europäer gegen Islamisierung des Abendlandes' (Pegida). The same goes for Pegida as for the rest of the new-right in Europa: Hate towards the Islam is the primary motive and with this it puts itself on one line with Zionism.
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Although Pegida regularly criticizes the "lügenpresse" (lies press) they detest so much, the founders of this movement remarkably all have a background in the media business. Pegida founder Lutz Bachmann is CEO at a PR agency, which has very close ties with the Axel-Springer Verlag; a strongly Zionist German media network. He supports Israel because according to him this country "confronts the worldwide war of Mohammedans." The other founder, Jürgen Elsässer, changed his leftist background for a lucrative job as the editor in chief with the rightwing populist magazine Compact. In several occasions he defended the Zionist regime and its colonist policies and he is considered to be one of the founders of the "Anti-Deutsche" (Anti-German) antifa-movement.
Meanwhile all over Europe demonstrations are organized based on the concept Pegida offered and based on exactly the same islamophobe and philosemetic approach. For instance, recently a Pegida-movement was founded in Belgium, in first instance led by Wim van Rooy, father of the outspoken Zionist and executive of the Vlaams Belang Sam van Rooy. Of course Pegida can also here count on the warm support of Islam haters, like the Flemish Defense League, who on their turn are of course inspired by the Zionist English Defense League. Philosemetic hate bloggers like E.J. Bron and Joost Niemöller take care of the Pegida hate campaigns.
The Pegida-movement does not stand on its own. In the whole of Europe Islamophobe new-right movements are on the rise.
Although the attacks on the Islam did not start on 9/11, from this day on they got a new face under the banner of the 'War on Terror'. Where in the past the radical right was characterized by its anti-Zionism, new-right movements such as Pegida can count on the warm support of Zionism. Recently a delegation of the 'Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs' (Austria), 'Sverigedemokraterna' (Sweden), 'Die Freiheit' (Germany) and the 'Vlaams Belang' (Belgium) went to Israel to sign the 'Declaration of Jerusalem'. With this some of the most influential political parties in the far right spectrum honored Zionism and signed their declaration of war against the Islam. It must be clear that this new-right fulfills the agenda of the system.
We condemn this Zionist smear against Islam!
For a united front from the Islamic world to the Occident!