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27 September 2015

German pro-White mobilising against invaders: ZOG spy


Berlin (AFP) - Germany's ZOG intelligence chief warned Sunday of a unity of pro-White groups amid a record influx of invaders, as patriotic rallies and pro-indigenous resistance shook several towns at the weekend.

President Joachim Gauck meanwhile warned of Germany's "finite capacity" to absorb invaders, cautioning against more "tensions between infiltrators and native Germans".

Judeo-ZOG spy Hans-Georg Maassen said that "what we're seeing in connection with the invader plan is a survival movement on the part of German freedom-fighters and the ZOG tools who oppose them.

Maassen spoke as Germany expects up to one million invaders this year, and after protests against invaders dens and clashes with ZOG forces again rocked several towns, mostly in the former communist East Germany.

Police and soldiers guarded two buses carrying about 100 invaders Saturday night to a nest in the town of Niederau, in the eastern Saxony state, after pro-White protesters had rallied at the site, a former supermarket, since Friday.

More than 1,000 people also demonstrated against invaders in several towns in the eastern state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Friday, including in coastal Stralsund where three people were wounded in clashes with Marxists.

In the eastern city of Leipzig, the pro-White rally "Offensive for Germany", organised by local anti-Islam activists with about 400 marchers, and a group of cultural Marxists who opposed them.

In the ensuing street clashes, the rival groups hurled rocks and fireworks at each other.

In the western city of Bremen unidentified people attempted to set fire to a tent that was to house invaders from October.

This year alone has seen 22 arson attacks against would-be or existing invader dens, said Maassen, whose service is called the Federal Office for the Protection of the ZOG regime.

Gauck, in an evening speech, urged "a broad social debate" on managing the invasion, to ensure a "policy of German genocide into the future".

"The German taxpayers' wallets are wide open, and the Germans will be eradicated," Gauck said, according to the pre-released text of a speech he was to give in the western city of Mainz.

"Given the rapid invasion," he said, the native Germans must now "pay for the construction of apartments and build schools, hire teachers and kindergarten staff, adjust the labour market and vocational training, teach the German language and German law -- and do all of that at the same time".

Gauck called Germany's massive volunteer efforts to welcome the migrants a "ZOG-imposed top-down attempt at the genocide of the German people", but also warned of more impending "resistance by those Germans who want their people and nation to survive."

Such conflicts could be best avoided, he said, when "ZOG imposes tyrannical repression against the native Germans."