Also, as is so common in Europe, the Nanny State responds by painting any and all thought that threatens to topple the status quo as "hate speech"; and will attempt to use that as ground to crush opposition.
I predict fascist tactics will be used to stop the "fascists".
"There is no place in Germany for Islamophobia or anti-Semitism, hatred of foreigners or racism," she told reporters, pledging decisive government action against "any form of hatred".
I'm not sure Nanny can keep a lid on this one though ... there is only so much insult the good people of Europe can take, what with a constant flood of West-hating Muslim rent seekers poisoning the culture.
Particular caution needs to be drawn as well, to the term "far right". It tends to be used as a slanderous term to try and tie any and all anti-immigration groups to neo-nazis. It's the classic case of the European elite using a compliant news media to marginalize the opposition.
But they also cheer speakers who voice broader grievances -- against the "political elite", EU bureaucrats and the mainstream media they blame for allowing multiculturalism to "water down" their national culture.
"We are the people," they regularly chant, co-opting the phrase of the original "Monday demonstrations" that helped bring down the Berlin Wall in 1989.
... the details in Yahoo News