Monday, January 26, 2015

Remembering Tragic Hate Crimes in the 1990s in Germany

While reading about the recent anti-Muslim protests in Germany I saw how German person alluding to the tragic wave of hate crimes within Germany back in the early 1990s.

Why I Am More Afraid of PEGIDA Than Islamization.
We experienced a similar wave of hatred and violence in Germany in the 90s. Back then, refugee homes were set on fire -- as in Rostock-Lichtenhagen -- with the applause of the "non-racist" population. Rather than being afraid of foreign infiltration or Islamization, I am afraid that something like that will happen again! 
Shamefully, although this wave of hate crimes came to dissipate itself because the vast majority of Germans are completely uninterested in such xenophobic hatred, events such as that are still manipulatively used by PCG in their booklet, Germany and the Holy Roman Empire, to frighten people into falsely thinking that Germany will soon destroy America and Britain.

1 comment:

  1. Amen! The poor Germans can't do anything without it being considered a sign of the end times. Some poor trash man could accidentally lose control of his truck in an immigrant neighborhood in Berlin, and the Flurrys would have it whipped up into the second coming of Hitler by the time it was written up in the Trumpet!