Germany’s AfD eyes path to government with new leaders

Germany’s AfD eyes path to government with new leaders

Hundreds rallied on Saturday in protest against Alternative for Germany in the western German city of Brunswick. Riot police fenced off a sports venue hosting some 550 AfD delegates gathered to elect new leaders. The AfD is the biggest opposition party in parliament, which it entered for the first time in 2017.

Simone
Simone
porcus
porcus 5 months

Very funny hysteria on the part of the Left, calling this group "racist" and "far-right". Might be true, might not be; we can't tell because literally everyone is a racist to the Left, the same way that literally everyone is part of the far-right to the Left.

Seekster
Seekster 5 months

I wish them luck in showing Germany that it's ok to be nationalist and proud of your country...just don't start invading other countries. Seriously there is a lot of space on the spectrum between Social Democrats and Nazis.

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"fAr rIgHt" This is getting tiring.

Edward Williams
Edward Williams 5 months

*sigh* AFD is not far right.

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