Source: Catalogne : Le leader du parti anti-islam menacé et assiégé chez lui
Josep Anglada, chef du parti PxC qui mène une campagne de lutte contre l’islamisation de la Catalogne et de l’Espagne, a été assiégé dans sa maison par une foule de plusieurs centaines d’opposants, constituée principalement de Nord-Africains
Pendant deux jours successifs, des organisations d’extrême-gauche avaient organisé une manifestation anti-PxC en face de la mairie de Vic, ville natale d’Anglada. Le deuxième jour, la foule de manifestants composée d’environ trois cent personnes, principalement des Nord-Africains, s’est dirigé vers la maison Anglada. Là, ils ont scandé des injures contre lui et sa femme et ont proféré des menaces, y compris des menaces de mort. la voiture d’Anglada a été vandalisée et ses fenêtres brisées. D’autres voitures dans le voisinage ont également été attaquées et endommagées. […]
ٍSource: Hundreds-strong Muslim Mob Attacks Home of PxC Leader
Josep Anglada, leader of the PxC party which leads the fight against the islamisation of Catalonia and Spain, has been been besieged in his home by a hundreds-strong mob, said to consist mainly of North Africans.
For two successive days, far left organisations had organised an anti-PxC demonstration in front of the town hall in Vic, Anglada’s home city. On the second day, the mob of demonstrators, said to number around three hundred and to consist mainly of North Africans, marched to Anglada’s home. There they chanted insults to both he and his wife and made threats against him, including death threats. Anglada’s car was attacked and its windows smashed. Other cars and containers in the vicinity was also attacked and damaged. Traffic was cut off for about half an hour.
A full report was made to the police but so far no arrests have been made. Anglada has appealed for those who care about democratic values to take a strong stand against politically-motivated violence, but the Catalan establishment seems uninterested. The media has barely reported the incident. No politicians of other parties have expressed any solidarity with Anglada and one Communist deputy even seemed to take pleasure in the incident, posting on his Twitter account that it was “the price of being a fascist”.
Several PxC officials have been accosted recently, sometimes physically, by leftists or Muslims. Josep Anglada has complained that there are far-left websites whose sole function is to foment hatred against his party and to track party events and the movements of its officials, the better to facilitate physical attacks on them.