2311hrs, 5 OCT. 2015.
Finished of early today, just sit there in the beer garden browsing the great WWW of news from Malaysia and still the same 'ol same 'ol. Nah, I'm not in my right state of mind for the moment, something has been bothering me since I got connected, obviously about you or us. I miss you...
Received this once I got connected just now, a copy and paste of the alert sent to me in my mailbox. Feel free for your reading pleasure for I'm too exhausted to elaborate more. We have PERKASA and PEKIDA, they have PEGIDA.
I tried to attach my croaky voice here on Tersendiri, but I guess it was so bad and horrible that there is no option for me to do it. Remember baby, Jack of all trade but a master of none. Guess you'll never hear me sings when I'm sober...
Night my moonbeam... my Precious Poem... I'm listening to Kuintai Cinta Dalam Rahsia now...
|Germany: Urban centres: Avoid anti-immigration rallies,
counter-demonstrations due to risk of unrest|
Members should avoid all rallies organised by the nativist Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the West (PEGIDA) and associate groups, due to the risk of localised unrest. Highlighting this, rioting on 28 September occurred during a PEGIDA rally in Leipzig (Saxony state), with demonstrators physically assaulting two journalists.
Details of forthcoming protests, which come amid a record influx of refugees, are as follows (all times local):
5 October (anti-immigration demonstrations)
PEGIDA rallies are often met by counter-demonstrations by leftist and anti-fascist groups, and violence between participants and police officers is likely. Clashes broke out on 12 September in Hamburg (Hamburg state) between the police and leftist demonstrators who gathered in anticipation of an anti-immigration rally at the city's main railway station, prompting its temporary closure. Disturbances were also reported on the day around the main railway station in Bremen (Bremen state).
Increased anti-immigration sentiment has become more apparent in recent months, and has fuelled unrest at related protests and attacks on venues hosting refugees, particularly in Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt states. Arson attacks on accommodation and physical assaults on refugees continue to pose incidental risks to visitors, particularly when they occur in central locations.
The authorities have so far been able to handle the logistics of processing and resettling refugees smoothly. However, an unprecedented influx of refugees to Munich on 12 September prompted the government to reinstate border controls. In a related incident, Deutsche Bahn on 22 September announced that rail services between Munich (Germany) and Budapest (Hungary) via Salzburg (Austria) would be halted until 4 October.
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