In a video posted Tuesday to YouTube, Muslims identified as Turkish nationalists are seen marching in Duisburg, Germany, chanting, “With Allah’s help, we shall conquer you!”
Writing at Shoebat.com, Andrew Bieszad said:
There is so much emphasis in Germany on “right wing extremism,” which is code word for “pro-European ideas.” The fact that Germany allows this to happen is proof that the German government wants not only the rise of Islam, but the simultaneous destruction of their own people.
While these things are nothing new, they should give us to ponder -when historians look back at these events, what will they think? If anything, we are witnessing the real-time death of one society in the same way that many previous civilization have perished- that is, unless the Europeans stand up for their Faith and lives in the same way their ancestors did in ages past…
Here’s the video:
“Notice how the German police allow them to protest and do not try to stop them,” Bieszad added.
The YouTube description notes:
On Saturday hundreds of Turkish Nationalists in Germany rallied in Duisburg against the Kurdish Worker’s Party (PKK) and for Turkish national sovereignty and security. They were seen using the “Grey Wolves” Salute, the Turkish equivalent of a National Socialist Salute commonly used as what is classified as a “neo-fascist” or “ulltra-nationalist” organization.
Their intention is creating a “Pan-Turkish empire”, unifying all members of the Turkish people under one banner and purging all enemy forces.
Their enemies include Kurds, Jews, Zionists, Christians, Armenians, Greeks, Homosexuals, Persians, Liberals and Communists, who are, ideally, to be eradicated.
So much for assimilating into the culture…
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