Pegida Leader on Trial

The founder of Germany’s Pegida movement has been summoned to court on “hate speech” charges for describing refugees as “cattle” and “scum.”


Lutz Bachmann, 43, was charged with “inciting hatred” in October for a series of widely shared posts on the Pegida Facebook page.

Pegida stands for “Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident.”

A Dresden court ruled this week that Bachman appear again in court in April, with two further hearings in May.

The court said Bachmann’s comments “disrupted public order” and constituted an “attack on (the invaders’) dignity.”

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    1. Guilty of telling the truth, don’t suppose we can call the Brussels bombers scum, nice people I expect we must respect their evil dignity at all times

  1. Agree John.
    The Madwoman of Germany MUST be hauled up to justice.
    Cannot understand why the majority of Germans do not riot as their country is despoiled.

  2. It is enormously disturbing to see national press demonizing people for exercising their right to free speech. The REAL story here is why “hate-speech” laws are tolerated in Western countries where we KNOW better – and how these laws are being used by authoritarians to silence dissent and promote their destructive migration plan. It is the MOST offensive speech which requires the MOST protection by law. Europe is in grave danger and these so-called “journalists” better wake up soon.

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