Pegida demonstration The Hague 10 April 2016 proved completely fake (photos and videos)

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 11 April 2016 3 Comments

pegida demonstrationOn Sunday 10 April 2016 I went to Den Haag together with a friend to take a personal head at a Pegida demonstration to see if the image that the media sketches matches reality. Soon we find out that this is absolutely not the case. Or we see personally that such a demonstration is completely whipped up by the media and that the counter-demonstration including arrests are completely in scene.

The day started well when we took a cup of coffee around half past nine in the afternoon and I started filming from behind the fence opposite Spui Square. Immediately two agents came to us to ask for our ID card. In fact, it turned out that they actually did this with every passerby. The number of police present was extremely large compared to the group of demonstrators. I estimate that there were 1 agents on 500 demonstrators. This is in contrast to messages in the mainstream media, which claim that there is such a 100 demonstrators goods. That may seem so, because there were about 1 on 1 journalists, photographers or cameramen among the demonstrators. It was actually a sad display. The turnout was hardly noticeable. The same was true for the so-called counter demonstration.

Even before the demonstration began an attempt was made to fake an arrest because the ME present 'out of the blue' professional activist Frank van der Linde arrested. This seemed in advance agreed, because all cameras and photographers knew exactly the moment and were ready to shoot pictures. It's not for nothing that Frank probably calls himself a professional activist, because it did indeed look like a rehearsed act. However, not so professional that this time alternative media had been taken into account. What turned out to be? Van der Linde was not charged at all behind the van, but was just chatting for minutes with the gentlemen who had just aggressively caught him in front of the cameras. Busted!

The demonstration itself also had all the elements of a set up show. A police helicopter completed the show. Powned was present with a cameraman, a blonde who just stepped down on wierdo types and a director. In addition, you had a team from the NOS, the Telegraaf, broadcaster West and you can not think of it so crazy. What does the whole media country have to do on such a miniscule small demonstration? The answer is already guess. It must seem like a lot of success has been achieved with the inciting of populations against each other. Nothing is less true. The attendance consisted of nothing more than a handful of hired extras. No, I have not seen their paycheck proving that they were hired, but it was nothing more than a very colorful company that was given the right banners and signs by the Pegida team at the right time and then put in front of them. to start posing the camera. Everything revolved around the cameras and the shots. And Powned, of course, interviewed all these silly looking extras.

At a certain moment I stood listening to an interview with Powned with a lady with red dyed hair. When asked later she appeared to live in the neighborhood and have her own blog and she had received something from a conversation between police officers. She had heard that there were 25 numerous counter-demonstrators in the Burger King ready to attack the Pegida demonstrator-figurants. See the video below. If, incidentally, you hear the background noise, it sounds as if impressive speeches are being held. Those were nothing more than 4 people, including Pegida Netherlands foreman Edwin Wagensveld and some people who read a note.

That is why I decided to go for the demonstration and take a pole position at the Burger King. And yes, they were there indeed. The counter-demonstration extras. I call them demonstrator extras because it was all about an act. Even during the played aggression, many members of this group put a broad grin on their faces, from which you could notice that they were playing the stage. As far as we are concerned, it seemed strongly that the entire counter club had just been put there to put the arrests in scene. Because why do you hold a group in the Burger King until the Pegida demonstration passes by and then arrest them for the eyes of whole teams of cameras? Could you have done that before that time? They did nothing but shout a little. Or was there only disruption of public order? None of that. There was no fireworks thrown and nothing happened, and yet they were arrested. In short, all those arrests were nothing more than a show. Busted again!

It was very interesting to see how the demonstration completely encapsulated by the ME ran through the city and how nothing other than the same slogan was scanned than "AZC away with it!"It seemed that this walking tour through the city was nothing more than appearance; intended to organize the small disturbance at the Burger King for the camera crews and photographers. The reported 54 arrests from the counter-movement was perhaps a tad exaggerated. You can roughly count how many extras were present in the Burger King. Incidentally, there was no staff in the Burger King, so it looked a bit like the space was rented for the occasion.

The reason for the visit to the demonstration in The Hague was to experience with your own eyes how such a thing is set up and how it goes. In 2013 I observed all that demonstrations seemed to be completely punched out. In the meantime it may be clear that this conclusion is correct. If you consider going to demonstrate again, know that everything is under control of the state. Oh yeah, and the police car present (see the white bus in the photo series) is equipped with dozens of cameras around the bus and also two imposing swivel cameras that film everything and probably have your face already registered if you just a little the surrounding area. Everything is controlled by the police state.

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  1. Diewer wrote:

    What a hassle all. All meant to throw oil on the fire. It's good that you've seen it with your own eyes! The writing of the media circus consists largely of invented / lied pieces.

    Off topic but relevant (I think ..):

    The construction of Baal temples supported by Unesco, among others:

  2. Camera wrote:

    The (so-called) Pegida demo with anti-demonstration in Amsterdam was also 1 big play with more state uniforms than (acting) figurative citizens.

    At the time there was also a state envoy in the studio of AT 5 in civilian outfit, which was supposed to pre-empt democracy to the people and had learned the phrase "freedom of demonstration" by heart.

    The speaking choirs of the antidemo then sang with the same pitch and lyrics, Andre Rieu would have been proud of it

    see here the Burgervader (who makes advertisements for Starbucks on TV), who knows that it is a scene in the scene so he remains so calm and he has not just received that Machiavelli prize in 2013

    centuries old, divide rulers and on Sunday the football and, of course, the drying festivals

  3. MQ wrote:

    Steve Brown has the same opinion about the Pegida demonstrations

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