Pro-KÃ¶ln’s Plan B
Â Recently a group of English patriots applied for a permit to organize a parade in Luton on April 23rd â€” St. George’s Day, English National Day â€” but their application was denied, ostensibly because they had failed to file far enough in advance. This refusal resulted in an unofficial outpouring of anger as shown inthe videoÂ I posted last night.
A similar repression is at work in Cologne. As you may remember, thePro-KÃ¶ln movementÂ will hold an Anti-Islamization Congress for May 9th, and it was originally scheduled to take place in the square in front of Cologne Cathedral.
This location is significant â€” the cathedral is the heart of the city, and the true symbol of its traditional Christian culture, which is what Pro-KÃ¶ln is intent on defending against the Muslim encroachment as represented by the proposed mega-mosque in Cologne-Ehrenfeld.
But now it seems that the Pro-movement will be denied the right to gather in front of Cologne Cathedral. Notice the rationale that is at work here: because anarchists, “anti-fascists”, and Muslims are expected to react violently, a peaceful citizens’ group is denied the right to gather in a public place.
This is just the latest of many examples of the suppression of free speech â€” others include the self-imposed censorship of any publication of the Motoons, and the ban against Geert Wilders’ appearance in the UK â€” because of a fear of violence on the part of those who disagree with what other citizens have to say.
The organizers of the Anti-Islamization Congress, however, are ready with alternate plans. Our Flemish correspondent VH has compiled an account of the latest from Cologne, based on various German-language sources:
Many new developments in Cologne!