Paul Joseph Watson on the AfD’s increased support (24%), resulting in calls to ban the party supported by 47% of voters—in the name of democracy. The AfD’s great sin of course is that at least some among them are planning to deport foreigners.
AfD Bundestag member René Springer has promised to deport foreigners from Germany “by the millions” as his party just hit a new high in approval polls.
Springer made the comments in a post on X in response to a media narrative that the AfD has a secret plan to expel migrants.
The politician asserted that the so-called “plan” wasn’t secret at all.
“We will return foreigners to their homeland. By the millions,” he wrote. “This is not a secret plan. This is a promise. For more security. For more justice. To preserve our identity. For Germany.”
Angela Merkel’s decision to accept over a million “refugees” from 2015 onwards led to the country experiencing a significant spike in crime and social disorder.
As we previously highlighted, a shop owner in Germany was denounced as a racist last month for complaining about migrants mass looting his store, while a left-wing politician sided with the criminals, saying they were “entitled” to steal.
The consequences have led to Germany becoming the latest major European nation to begin openly talking about re-migration. …
[A] shop owner in Germany was denounced as a racist last month for complaining about migrants mass looting his store, while a left-wing politician sided with the criminals, saying they were “entitled” to steal.
Two of Watson’s always entertaining videos, complete with commercials.
Defending democracy by banning political parties(!).
From a BBC article based on a report about a conference devoted to discussing the remigration issues.
Officially, the AfD rejects the principle of remigration. But Gerrit Huy, an AfD member of the German Parliament, said she had believed in the idea for years.
This was why, she said, the AfD no longer opposed dual citizenship: because it would allow migrants to be stripped of their German citizenship more easily, as they would have another to fall back on.
Responding to the report, Mrs Huy contradicted the party’s official stance by saying the AfD “is committed to remigration”.
The party confirmed to the AFP news agency that Mr Hartwig had attended the conference, but denied it would change its policy on migration.