Rival rallies stage during German unity day by Far-right and opponents

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    According to recent reports, more than 500 opponents and far-right protesters yesterday rallied Berlin’s railway station just before the beginning of the ongoing anniversary of German reunification.

    According to reports the protesters waving the country national flags, chanting the anti-immigration slogans and above all this demanding Chancellor Angela Merkel to resign from her position.

    More so, a similarly huge number of protesters joined the counter-rally in central Berlin chanting that there should be no right to ongoing propaganda about Nazi. In accordance with this protests, another major anti-racism protest was held in Munich, the southern German city.

    Merkel’s decision, which he made in 2015 admitting over a million asylum seekers and migrants, who were mostly Muslims who were fleeing from the conflicts which were ongoing in Middle East countries, according to reports they had split deeply with the Germans.

    October 3, marked the Day of German Unity, this was a day in 1990 in German when there existed 4-decade of division within the communist in the east and the capitalist in the west ended.

    According to reports, the opponents and the far-right protesters in the protest kept on chanting that ‘We are the people’, according to records, this slogan was initially used by protesters in the East German 29 years ago, the protesters used this slogan to signal rejection by the communist government in rallies which culminated during the fall of Berlin reunification and Wall.

    During the protest, one far-right protest speaker said that they are the extra-parliamentary movement resistance. On the other hand, another protector read out one appeal which called for help to save their country in English Russian, Dutch, French and  Italian.

    As the protest come to climax, Merkel said herself as an Ossi originating from the East, they now know that the entire thing which they referred to as German unity was just a process, she added during a Berlin acknowledging and commemoration that as far as the country is concerned, optimism of reunification did not prepare many people for hard slog of the reconstruction.

    She also added that this is another long journey which demands of every one of us to listen and understand each other, correct each other, nor to be complacent and more so approach each other.