Angela Merkel is a traitor and should be executed for deliberately helping flood Germany with third world Moslem rapists and terrorists.


Despite that, Germany held regional elections today and the anti-immigration party the AfD made significant gains capturing seats in several state parliaments.

I guess things are heading in the right direction, but the AfD should have won outright. The Germans have got to get over this crap of being called “racist”, “anti-Semitic”, “bigoted” etc. 

Finally, I find this AfD party a bit weird.  They aren’t exactly hardcore nationalists and it is led by a woman named Frauke Petry. Why her of all people?

Even though she seems to be a decent woman, Germany really needs to have strong male leadership again. This girls club that is running Germany now is a disaster.

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From Bloomberg:

Germany’s anti-immigration party swept into three state legislatures on Sunday in its best showing yet at the polls.

The Alternative for Germany party, or AfD, had its strongest showing in Saxony-Anhalt with 22.8 percent of the vote, making it the second-biggest party in the eastern state, according to projections from public broadcaster ARD. The AfD won 14.1 percent backing in the southwest province of Baden-Wuerttemberg and 10.9 percent in Rhineland-Palatinate. The threshold to receive seats in 5 percent.

The AfD has widened its support with a visceral opposition to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door policy toward refugees following an influx of 1 million asylum seekers last year. With Sunday’s victories, the party will now hold seats in eight of Germany’s 16 state parliaments. In a newspaper interview on the campaign trail in January, co-leader Frauke Petry caused a public stir when she said German police are required to “prevent illegal border crossings, using firearms if necessary” as a last resort.

Immigration “is the issue that was buffeting all parties and citizens because it’s highly emotional,” Petry said Sunday in an interview on ARD. “We have fundamental problems in Germany that led to this outcome. Now we want to force the other parties into a substantive debate.”




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