The extreme right-wing party Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) and the anti-islambeweging Pegida to go after the violent death of a 35-year-old German in Chemnitz jointly demonstrate. Saturday, they want to be together ‘Daniel H. and all the victims of the forced multiculturalisering of Germany commemorate’.
On the Facebook page of the AfD-section in Saxony, call the regional party chairs Jörn Urban (Saxony), Björn Höcke (Thuringia) and Andreas Kalbitz (Brandenburg) on Saturday from 17 hours together with them in a silent procession by the East German Chemnitz to withdraw. They want to be as Daniel H. remember, that Saturday was stabbed to death. An Iraqi and a Syrian are the facts arrested.
Previously had the federal AfD-chairman Jörg Meuthen said that the AfD is not xenophobic feelings in Chemnitz wants to ignore. “We are pouring oil on the fire, but there is a somber mood in the country that only too well founded,” he said in the radio SWR Aktuell.
Extreme right-wing rioters have the local police on Sunday and Monday all challenges in Chemnitz. Monday, more than 5,000 protesters showed up and a few hundred left tegenbetogers.
The only in 2013 created AfD is the third largest party in the federal parliament. In Saxony, she was the general elections of 2017, even the biggest party. The movement Pegida (Patriotic Europeans against the islamisation of the Occident) was founded in 2014 in the Saxon capital of Dresden. In march of this year decided the AfD-party conference that party members were allowed to participate in the manifestations of Pegida.