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Germany: Neo-Nazis march through Wunsiedel in torchlit procession

4 17.11.2019 Инфо

W/S Neo-Nazis marching, Wunsiedel
M/S Neo-Nazi march
M/S Neo-Nazis marching
W/S Neo-Nazis marching
W/S Neo-Nazis marching with rival protesters chanting in background (German): "There is no right to Nazi propaganda"
W/S Neo-Nazis marching
M/S Drummers at Neo-Nazi march
W/S Neo-Nazis marching
M/S Antifa members
M/S Neo-Nazis marching
M/S Neo-Nazis marching with cross
M/S Neo-Nazi manifestation
W/S Police at Neo-Nazi march
M/S Neo-Nazi manifestation
M/S Neo-Nazi rally
M/S Neo-Nazis at rally
SOT, Julian Bender, Speaker from the Third Way party (German): "We have set ourselves the task of never forgetting the ancestral sacrifice. Never forget those who have inflicted infinite suffering on our people and continue to cause harm in the world."
W/S Neo-Nazi rally
M/S Neo-Nazi rally
W/S Neo-Nazi rally
M/S Neo-Nazi rally
SOT, Thomas Wulff, Speaker from the Third Way party (German): "Because our grandfathers and grandmothers fought to live here today. Therefore, here today there is a memorial for the heroes on the street and tomorrow again [there will be] a fight for our future, for the future of our children and their children's children." *LOOSE TRANSLATION AT SOURCE*
M/S Neo-Nazi rally
M/S Adolf Hitler cartoon
SCRIPT
Crowds of neo-Nazi demonstrators marched through the streets of the German city of Wunsiedel on Saturday, to pay tributes to Adolf Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess, who was buried in the city in 1988 and German soldiers who died in the World Wars.
Dozens joined a torchlit procession with speakers seen addressing the crowds from the stage.
"We have set ourselves the task of never forgetting the ancestral sacrifice. Never forget those who have inflicted infinite suffering on our people and continue to cause harm in the world," said Julian Bender, the speaker from the Third Way party which organised the march.
A rival Antifa march was also held earlier in the day, with some anti-fascists seen shouting at the neo-Nazi procession later, with police forces watching the demonstration.