In the German city of Dresden protesters have marched through the streets with carrying large images of men, women and children they claim were murdered by migrants, RT reports.
The march is support by the anti-Islamisation group “Pegida” and the populist German political party, AfD (Alternative for Germany).
They were met with country protests from pro-open borders activists who support the establishments position of allowing mass migration into EU states.
Leftist activists have called for suppression of dissenting opinions and supports the German media and governments official line on migrants.
They have even now gone as far as calling for the AfD, the third largest party in the Bundestag to be subject to surveillance, the Guardian reports.
The AfD however, has enjoyed a meteoric rise in the polls since its founding in 2014 and looks make more significant gains at the country’s next General election.