AfD is now polling as the second strongest party in Germany! pic.twitter.com/fzD15x07OY
— Stan (@StanM3) February 19, 2018
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H/t reader kevin a.
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BERLIN (AP) — German police have used water cannons to disperse hundreds of protesters, who tried to block access to a nationalist party convention in Hannover. Clashes between police and protesters on Saturday briefly delayed the opening of the Alternative for Germany’s gathering.
BERLIN (AP) — Prosecutors in Germany’s eastern state of Saxony have formally indicted prominent nationalist leader Frauke Petry in connection with a perjury probe. The dpa news agency reported Wednesday that Dresden prosecutors accuse Petry of lying under oath when she testified before Saxony’s regional assembly in November 2015 about loans to the right-wing Alternative for Germany party.
Lawmakers in Saxony lifted Petry’s immunity in August. The 42-year-old welcomed the decision at the time, saying it would give her a chance to defend herself in court. Petry, one of 94 AfD candidates elected to the national Parliament last month, has since quit the party.
She cited months of in-fighting among its leadership, saying AfD wasn’t in a position to push for the political change that she thought Germany needed.
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It’s official: Germany is doomed!
(Not that we didn’t know that already for a long time.)
The AFD, like CDU, SPD, FDP, Grüne, Linke, is Rothschild controlled.
The deputy chairwoman and one of the public faces of Germany’s populist, euro-skeptic AfD party says that despite pejorative labels of “far right” her party is staunchly pro-Israel and looks to it as a role model.
In an interview with the Jerusalem Post, Beatrix von Storch said that for “historical and cultural reasons, we will always look for good relations and close cooperation with Israel.”
“Israel could be a role model for Germany,” she said. “Israel is a democracy that has a free and pluralistic society. Israel also makes efforts to preserve its unique culture and traditions. The same should be possible for Germany and any other nation.”
Germany’s populist Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party made enormous gains in last Sunday’s federal elections, moving from no seats in the national parliament to as many as 94 seats. A growing disillusion with Prime Minister Angela Merkel’s handling of Germany’s migrant crisis as well as with the liberal Social Democratic Party (SPD) helped fuel a significant shift toward the AfD.
In other words, just like in the recent Franch elections, the German establishment was just trounced:
Even more troubling for the German establishment is that the far-right AfD was the second strongest party in former Eastern Germany:
— Europe Elects (@EuropeElects) September 24, 2017
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Now that is fitting with a prophecy of a seer that Germany will get a Chancellor with a bull neck (before the financial collapse, civil war and WW3 will take place) that will ‘rape’ (taxes, etc.) Germany like never before!
… and that time may very well be NOW!!!
Good luck, Germany!
Germany, election.de prognosis:
Second strongest party FV:
— Europe Elects (@EuropeElects) September 16, 2017
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AfD is, in my opinion, just controlled opposition by TPTB.
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The anti-mass migration Alternative for Germany (AfD) have polled the highest numbers nationally in their history cementing their place as the third largest party in Germany.
The party is becoming an even more potent threat to the establishment parties as they now hit 16 percent in the polls. The polls come after another huge regional victory in the Berlin elections last weekend that saw the party poll over 14 per cent in the traditionally left wing capital Bild reports.
Germany’s anti-Islamization and Eurosceptic AfD entered its tenth state assembly, as voters deserted the mainstream parties in the nation’s capital. But a left-leaning coalition is likely to take control of the city.
With all votes counted, Alternative for Germany (AfD), founded only three years ago, captured 14.1 percent of the vote, putting it in fifth place, but within range of the four leading parties.
“It’s a huge success. We are a party coming from nothing, so the only party that is gaining two digits is us. Now, we are moving from the regional elections here this year, and looking to the national polls in 2017,” Beatrix von Storch, an AfD MEP, told RT amid celebrations.
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The car belonging to Frauke Petry, leader of the anti-mass immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, was set alight last night in what is believed to be an arson attack.
Police in Leipzig have ruled out an technical defect as the cause, and suspect the car was deliberate burned by as yet unknown individuals. Berliner Morgenpost reports that no one has yet claimed responsibility.
Ms Petry took to Twitter after the incident, writing: “#Germany 2016. Yesterday there was an arson attack on my car. What has become of us…”
- Police said the people who filed complaints could be ‘the tip of the iceberg’
- More officers sent to the Essen Original city party in response to attacks
- Women said men approached in groups then harassed and groped them
Immigrant men have groped and sexually assaulted a number of women in a German city in copycat attacks of the New Year’s eve sex frenzy in Cologne.
Police said the four women who filed complaints after the incidents in Essen late on Friday could be ‘only the tip of the iceberg.’
Women who may have been attacked at the Essen Original city party have been offered a confidential hotline by officers to contact them.
With almost all votes counted, results show Merkel’s Christian Democrats overtaken by AfD in regional poll.
A year after German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to open the country’s borders to refugees, an anti-immigrant party has made huge gains in a state election, according to the official results with most of the ballots counted.
Alternative for Germany (AfD) received about 21 percent of votes on Sunday in the eastern Mecklenburg-Vorpommern region, beating Merkel’s party to take second place.
Merkel’s conservative Christian Democrats came third with 19 percent, the party’s worst result yet in the state that includes the chancellor’s own electoral district.