Now THIS is what we have been waiting for!
German President Joachim Gauck was booed and attacked by droves of people at a celebration of the 116th German hiking day in Sebnitz, Saxony. The people repeatedly shouted “Traitor!”, “Get out!”, “We don’t want STASI Pigs” and “We are the people!”. One man, carrying his young son on his shoulders, appears to have spit on him whilst exclaiming insults. Other citizens were heard saying “You killed our children” and “What have you done to us?”. They were blocked by police in riot gear, to whom they said “You are protecting warmongers, shame on you!” The situation escalated and the riot police was forced to use pepper spray.
I have attempted to find a mainstream news outlet which has reported on this, but after searching on google under a few different word combinations I cannot find one. One site reported that German state television referred to the protestors as “right-wing extremists” however, so it must have at least appeared there.
I can think of few things better than this becoming a regular occurrence in Germany, and across the continent. In this semi-spontaneous act of civil disobedience, these German patriots helped accomplish the following goals:
1. Demonstrating to the native German populace that there is indeed violent opposition to the Suicidalist government.
2. Demonstrating to society that the government has lost legitimacy.
3. Forcing representatives of this traitorous government to act in a ‘Goliath-esque’ manner (the police in this case).
4. Instilling fear in members of the governing class, which will in turn force a government crackdown on native White Germans, which will 1) expose their anti-German position to even the most blind of citizens, and 2) cause them to, again, act in a ‘Goliath’ manner against the native German ‘David’ population.
For those reading this who live in Europe, I would argue it is a good use of time to go to such public appearances of traitor politicians, so that if acts of resistance begin such as in this video, you can join in them, or even help to catalyze such events.
I don’t want to sound overly optimistic, but this is the sort of stuff that revolutions are made of. Let us hope and pray that it continues, and that the crowds in the videos become even more forceful.