Chemnitz Protester: ‘I Can’t Take My Daughter or Wife Into the City Anymore Because of Harassment by Migrants’

Monday, September 3, 2018
By Paul Martin

German town becomes epicenter of anti-mass migration sentiment

Paul Joseph Watson
September 3, 2018

Video out of Chemnitz shows a German citizen at an anti-mass immigration protest explaining how he can’t take his wife and daughter in law into town anymore because of harassment by Muslim migrants.

Chemnitz has been the epicenter of several clashes between anti-migrant protesters and leftists over the last week following the stabbing of 35-year-old Daniel Hillig by a Syrian and an Iraqi migrant.

The clip features several demonstrators attempting to explain to a leftist why they are protesting.

“I worked for 40 years. I can’t go into the city anymore with my grandchildren. Why? My wife, my daughter in law went to the city not too long ago,” one man explains.

“In front of the cops, Arab citizens, young men well dressed, stylish with a mobile phone went past her, ‘Wanna fuck?’ ‘Wanna fuck?’”

“And I ask myself is that normal?”, he added. “If I did that 4 years ago, they would have taken me away as a sexual offended, but with them, closed, closed, closed!”

The leftist woman turns away in effort to dismiss the man’s story. He later points out that the riots in Chemnitz only began after a migrant spat on the graves of Germans.

“And such people remain free! This is incomprehensible! Incomprehensible!” asserts another man.

The Mayor of Chemnitz reacted to the protests by declaring a state of emergency and drafting in 1,200 police officers to secure the city.

“I’m convinced that it’ll mobilise forces as we see today that very clearly show that we won’t allow for the right and right-wing thinking to undermine the state,” she told Sky News.

Yesterday, protesters marched in silence carrying large signs showing German murder victims of migrants.

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