Politisk forfølgelse af AfD

Mandatory Credit: Photo by CLEMENS BILAN/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock (9712115d) The co-chairs of the parliamentary group of the right-wing ?Alternative for Germany' (AfD) party Alice Weidel (R) and Alexander Gauland (L) talk at the beginning of an AfD parliamentary group meeting in Berlin, Germany, 12 June 2018. Party members of the right-wing party gather for their faction meeting on a regular basis. AfD party parliamentary group meeting, Berlin, Germany - 12 Jun 2018

Would You Place The Largest Opposition Party In Your Country Under Domestic Surveillance?

Would you have the FBI spy on, say, the Democrats? Yeah, I would too. But that’s not the point. The point is, first of all, that this guy down here looks really, really mean.

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The second and more important point is that by placing the largest opposition party in your country under domestic surveillance you are placing a very large percentage of your electorate under suspicion of being, in this case, Nazis. You can do that here in Germany. Coming to your country soon too?

Germany Places Right-Wing Opposition Party Under Domestic Surveillance – Germany’s domestic intelligence agency has put the country’s largest opposition party under surveillance as a potential threat to the country’s constitution, according to public (they mean state TV) broadcaster ARD and other media outlets. The move affects dozens of lawmakers who are in the right-wing Alternative for Germany, or AfD, party.

I can’t shake the feeling that the other political parties – and they are all on the same sheet of music here – don’t welcome competition from other political parties. Especially from those who have already stolen a considerable number of your voters.

“Angela Merkel’s government is trying to stigmatize us and to really put us in the Nazi corner.”

Fra Observing Hermann

En domstol i Tyskland har indtil videre skudt overvågningen ned.

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