After several migrant related incidents, the people of Cottbus took to the streets on Sunday, to protest against Merkel’s migration policy.
The march was organised by Zukunft Heimat, a German community organisation, and took place throughout Cottbus, with demonstrators calling out, “Merkel must leave”, “We are the people” and “Deport!”.
According to Zukunft Heimat, thousands of citizens were protesting against Merkel’s open border policy. “We are a lot, our numbers grow and we will continue to protest until the 2015 open border policy stops”.
The repeating protests in Cottbus have become a symbol of national resistance against Merkel and her destruction of Germany, Zukunft Heimat reports on their Facebook page.
“It’s good to be here on the streets again,” one participant said, “otherwise you could go crazy in this ‘Merkelised’ country.”
German media say the protest in Cottbus attracted more than 3,000 people, and many predict that they will not cease until Merkel’s reign comes to an end.