Thanks and thanks again to Â Henrik R. Clausen for filing this excellent report from Die Freiheit Parteitag in Berlin. Henrik is a great friend Â and a warrior of the counter jihad whom I met previously in Stuttgart.
Geert Wilders supports Freedom in Berlin
EuropeNewsÂ 4 September 2011
By Henrik R. Clausen
On September 3rd 2011, Geert Wilders was back in Berlin, backing his friend RenÃ© Stadtkewitz and his new party DIE FREIHEIT in the September 18th elections to the local parliament. Also present was Oskar Freysinger of the Swiss Peoples’ Party, Kent Ekeroth of the Sweden Democrats, Marc Doll and other prominent FREIHEIT members, as well as many prominent critics of political Islam.
The threat from political extremists
The event was hosted in Stauffenbergstrasse, in memory of Graf von Stauffenberg, the most prominent opponent of the German National Socialist regime during World War II. Due to acute threats from violent anti-democratic forces, which remain powerful in Berlin, the exact location was kept secret until a day before it took place.
Leftwing extremist held under control by the police
Indeed, when approaching the conference place, one couldn’t help noticing a noisy crow of perhaps 40 people shouting about ‘Racism’, ‘Fascism’ and ‘National Socialism’, as well as a stop to ”Right-wing populism”. They threatened the press and others deemed against their cause, (whatever it is), and shouted thinly veiled death threats against named individuals. The Antifa flag was the signature of the left-wing extremist movement in Germany. Fortunately, the police had no problems keeping the rowdy crowd under control, and there were no real problem getting to the conference place.