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Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 17th Mar, 2018. Gernot Tegetmeyer of Pegida Nuremburg. Lutz Bachmann and Michael Stürzenberger (Sturzenberger) Lutz Bachmann and Sigfried Daebritz, founders of the PEGIDA extreme-right movement appeared in Munich alongside Michael Stürzenberger (Sturzenberger) amid numerous protests from various organizations, politicians, and celebrities. The Munich branch, in exchange, appeared in Dresden. Munich has a storied history with Pegida, with the current branch under monitoring from the Bavarian secret service (Verfassungsschutz) and being called "the weaponized ar

Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 17th Mar, 2018. Gernot Tegetmeyer of Pegida Nuremburg. Lutz Bachmann and Michael Stürzenberger (Sturzenberger) Lutz Bachmann and Sigfried Daebritz, founders of the PEGIDA extreme-right movement appeared in Munich alongside Michael Stürzenberger (Sturzenberger) amid numerous protests from various organizations, politicians, and celebrities. The Munich branch, in exchange, appeared in Dresden. Munich has a storied history with Pegida, with the current branch under monitoring from the Bavarian secret service (Verfassungsschutz) and being called "the weaponized ar Stock Photo
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7360 x 4912 px | 62.3 x 41.6 cm | 24.5 x 16.4 inches | 300dpi

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17 March 2018

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March 17, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Gernot Tegetmeyer of Pegida Nuremburg. Lutz Bachmann and Michael Stürzenberger (Sturzenberger) Lutz Bachmann and Sigfried Daebritz, founders of the PEGIDA extreme-right movement appeared in Munich alongside Michael Stürzenberger (Sturzenberger) amid numerous protests from various organizations, politicians, and celebrities. The Munich branch, in exchange, appeared in Dresden. Munich has a storied history with Pegida, with the current branch under monitoring from the Bavarian secret service (Verfassungsschutz) and being called “the weaponized arm of Pegida” due to their alleged procurement of weapons that may have been used in an attack. They head, Heinz Meyer, is also under federal terrorism monitoring since 2012. Sturzenberger is under Verfassungsschutz monitoring for islamophobia and incitement. In 2015, Sturzenberger was pushed out of Pegida, after which point he began working with numerous far-right groups across Germany, eventually winning Bachmann’s favor and becoming a regular speaker in the extreme-right city of Dresden. Pegida groups throughout Germany are associated with right-extremists, right-wing terrorists, and attacks on the media. At least three protests took place, organized by Munchen ist Bunt and the help organization Bellevue di Monaco, Antifa NT, and the Muenchner Buendnis gegen Krieg und Rassismus. Celebrities, politicians, and others dressed as doctors (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar via ZUMA Wire)

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