Czech Republic: Protesters shout "Nazis Go Home" in front of Okamura's campaign office
Several dozen people protested last night in front of the Prague campaign office of the "Freedom and Direct Democracy" party (SPD), led by Tomio Okamura, against the fact that the hate group has been elected to the Chamber of Deputies. "Welcome refugees, Nazis go home!", demonstrators chanted beneath the windows of Hotel Čechie.
The protesters also carried a big banner reading "Nationalism is no alternative." Another of their chants was "Black, white, let's unite!"
Anarchisti teď ve štábu SPD! pic.twitter.com/XIag7jdz0W— Jiri Hynek (@JiriHynek) 21. října 2017
Anarchisti teď ve štábu SPD! pic.twitter.com/c9fEExjfOu— Jiri Hynek (@JiriHynek) 21. října 2017
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