Politically Incorrect (PI) is a German counterjihad blog that was founded by Stefan Herre in 2004. It has an English language sister site and describes itself on its Twitter profile as 'Europe's Top Political Blog'.
The blog's strapline reads: 'Against the Mainstream · Pro-American · Pro-Israel · Against the Islamisation of Europe · For Fundamental Laws and Human Rights' In 2011 it reportedly claimed to have 50 local chapters in Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic and Switzerland.
In early 2014 Der Spiegel reported that the site received up to 120,000 visitors per day. 
According to the British group Hope Not Hate, PI rose to prominence after the Danish Jyllands-Posten newspaper caused controversy in September 2005 by publishing cartoons depicting the Islamic Prophet Mohammed.
- Die Freiheit - supporter of this German anti-Islam party
- Pro Bürgerbewegung - supporter of this German anti-Islam network
- PEGIDA - supporter of this German anti-Islam movement
- Politically Incorrect, Twitter, accessed 19 January 2015
- Home, Pi News English Site, accessed 19 January 2015
- Right-wing extremism: Germany's new Islamophobia boom, Der Spiegel, 5 March 2014, accessed 10 February 2015
- Hope Not Hate, Politically Incorrect, Counterjihad Movement: Germany, accessed 19 January 2015
- Gaia, My Impression of the Cologne Event, 26 September 2008, accessed 20 January 2015