In the eyes of the Council, German policy has been influenced for far too long by the CDU's guiding principle of "Germany not being a land of immigration". According to political theorists, a democracy needs to be measured by how it protects its minorities. These opinions were not exclusive to any political camps or social classes. Demonstration against Pegida in Cologne on 21 January This is then directed especially against those minorities which may seem dangerous, but are in reality unable to defend themselves, often due to a perceived unpopularity within the respective society.
In the eyes of the Council, German policy has been influenced for far too long by the CDU's guiding principle of "Germany not being a land of immigration". Praising German Chancellor Angela Merkel's distancing herself from Pegida, the Council stressed that an immigration society is a very complex construct. He announced the creation of a special police unit to deal with criminal immigrants in Dresden and the rest of Saxony. While politics was based on pluralism , Pegida was in fact anti-pluralistic and thus anti-political. In one of his columns in the Berliner Zeitung he referred to the Jewish emancipation of 19th century Saxony, where the comparatively few resident Jews were faced with unequally difficult legal obstacles. He claims that the demonstrations themselves expose the movement's moderate position paper as a fig leaf for "blatantly unconstitutional xenophobia". These studies indicate that aggressive prejudices do not originate from those groups met with resentment , but are rather a result of the situation of those who have them. Thus, a concept of integration should include foreigners and refugees in German society. After the attack, swastika graffiti was found at the scene. In addition, fear of social decline often seems to be expressed through aggression. Schuster described Pegida as being "highly dangerous": This is then directed especially against those minorities which may seem dangerous, but are in reality unable to defend themselves, often due to a perceived unpopularity within the respective society. Patzelt  from Dresden believes that politicians are 'clueless' when it comes to dealing with Pegida. Play media Floodlights of Cologne Cathedral being switched off in protest against a Pegida march on 5 January According to political theorists, a democracy needs to be measured by how it protects its minorities. Today, it is the Muslim minority who is accused of plotting an Islamisation of Europe. In the first half of the 20th century, it was the Jewish minority who were imputed with plans for world domination. Demonstration against Pegida in Cologne on 21 January A knowledge of foreign cultures should be taught in schools. Consisting of politicians and representatives of immigrants and minorities, this would work together in order to analyse and redefine "German identity and solidarity in a pluralist republican society". Their results were to be included in German schools' curricula in order to emphasize the historical importance of migration in Germany. Thus, democrats should not sympathize with the movement, as their referring in particular to Judeo-Christian values was contrary to their actual demands. He condemned the movement, stating that the fear of Islamist terror was being exploited to disparage an entire religion. Schuster said that Pegida is a combination of "neo-Nazis, far-right parties and citizens who think they are finally allowed to show their racism and xenophobia openly". The big banner reads "we stand in the way of racism ", a popular anti racist slogan in Germany Numerous protests against Pegida and affiliated movements in cities across Germany have drawn up to 35, demonstrators in Dresden   and up to , nationwide in January , considerably more than Pegida's own concurrent demonstrations.
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