Head of German Anti-Migrant Group Faces Prosecution for Wearing Anti-Rape T-Shirt
The head of the anti-migrant PEGIDA movement in Germany faces prosecution for wearing an anti-rape T-shirt at a rally this weekend.
Lutz Bachmann wore a “Rapefugees not welcome” to a rally after hundreds of women were sexually assaulted on New Year’s Eve.
— Lutz Bachmann (@lutzibub) January 7, 2016
Germany accepted one million unvetted third world refugees in 2015. They are expecting another million refugees this year.
The leader of the Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident (PEGIDA) street protest movement is facing prosecution for wearing a t-shirt reading, “Rapefugees not welcome” – the slogan of the 4000-strong march in Cologne this weekend.
Following the news of the mass migrant rape scandal that has gripped Europe, Lutz Bachmann and his PEGIDA movement organised the “Rapefugees Not Welcome” protest this Saturday in Cologne, stressing the importance of Western culture and the freedom and protection of women.
But while the political establishment took four days to start getting to the bottom of the New Year’s Eve sexual assault orgy, they have wasted no time pursuing Mr. Bachmann for wearing a t-shirt that opposes rape by migrants.
The Leipziger Volkszeitung newspaper has reported that Mr. Bachmann – who is no stranger to controversy – is being pursued by Green Party politician and lawyer Jurgen Kasek, who has called the t-shirt “sedition”.
Mr. Kasek, speaking after he saw a picture of Mr. Bachmann wearing the t-shirt on Facebook (above) said: “That’s not a satire. That is sedition “, and has filed a complaint with Dresden’s prosecutor.