Alternative for Germany

The Alternative for Germany is a political party which opposes the Euro. Since a lot of its people are economists the Main Stream Media cannot write it off as a bunch of ignoramuses, as they did with PEGIDA. The leader of the party is Frau Doktor Frauke Petry. We probably shouldn't refer to her as the Führer. It might lead to comparisons with naughty Adolf. That would never do but she has expressed her approval of shooting Illegal Immigrants. Their other leader is Jörg Meuthen who does not qualify for a Wikipedia entry somehow. The Junge Alternative is not adult but is prone to embarrass.

 

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Alternative für Deutschland

Abbreviation AfD
Leaders Frauke Petry & Jörg Meuthen
The Alternative for Germany (German: Alternative für Deutschland, AfD) is a Eurosceptic[7][8][9][10] and right-wing populist[11][12][13] political party in Germany founded in 2013. The party won 4.7% of the votes in the 2013 federal election, narrowly missing the 5% electoral threshold to sit in the Bundestag. The party won 7.1% of the votes and 7 out of 96 German seats in the 2014 European election, and subsequently joined the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group. As of 2015 the AfD has gained representation in five German state parliaments. The party is currently led by Frauke Petry and and Jörg Meuthen.

History
In September 2012, Alexander Gauland, a former State Secretary in Hesse, Bernd Lucke, an economist and Konrad Adam, a former editor of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung from 1979 to 2000 and chief correspondent of Die Welt until 2008, founded the political group Electoral Alternative 2013 (German: Wahlalternative 2013) in Bad Nauheim, to oppose German federal policies concerning the eurozone crisis. Their manifesto was endorsed by 68 economists, journalists, and business leaders, half of whom were professors and three-quarters of whom had academic degrees.[14] The group stated that the eurozone had proven to be "unsuitable" as a currency area and that southern European states were "sinking into poverty under the competitive pressure of the euro".[15]

Frauke Petry is a German chemist, businesswoman and politician who has been one of three elected party spokespersons of Alternative for Germany from 2013 to 2015.

Biography
Petry grew up in Brandenburg. In 1992 her family moved to Bergkamen in Westphalia. Petry took her first degree in chemistry at the University of Reading in 1998, before attending the University of Göttingen, gaining a doctoral degree there in 2004.[1][2]

In 2007 Petry founded her own business, PURinvent, a Leipzig based manufacturer of polyurethane tire fill products.[2] She received the Medal of the Order of Merit in 2012.[3][4] In her party she represents the national conservative faction and supports right-wing policies.

Petry was married to a pastor named Sven, has four children, and lives in Tautenhain, Saxony.[2][3] Petry published a statement in early October in which she announced that she would separate from her husband, while also noting that “much more than just friendly feelings” had developed between her and fellow party member Marcus Pretzell.[5] Sven Petry has since joined the CDU.[6][7]

Petry was the source of controversy in January 2016 when she stated that German border police should shoot migrants illegally entering Germany if necessary.[8]

 

Jörg Meuthen ex Wiki
The Wiki has decided not to write him up. Now if he done something amusing or embarrassing it would be different.

 

Junge Alternative youth organisation
The Junge Alternative für Deutschland, JA (Young Alternative for Germany) was founded on 15 June 2013 in Darmstadt. The JA is open to people aged 14 to 35 years, and sees itself as a youth organisation of the AfD but is legally and organisationally an independent body from the AfD party.[24]

In view of the JA's independence it has been regarded by the AfD hierarchy as being somewhat wayward.[84] With the JA repeatedly accused of being "too far right,"[85] politically regressive and anti-feminist among the German media.[84]

  • In March 2014, The Junge Alternative hosted Nigel Farage who had been invited to address the party's North Rhine-Westphalia organisation in Cologne.[86] The invitation is alleged to have caused some trouble within the AfD itself over the youth wing’s unauthorized invitation of Farage, with the regional association and the youth wing wanting to stress their independence.[87] The invitation was contrary to a decision of the AfD National Executive whose policy is that official contact with foreign parties is decided only by the federal executive.[85] Nigel Farage's presence apparently led to a deterioration in relations with Bernd Lucke, the AfD leader, who called the move a "sign of poor political tact."[84] The Nigel Farage event received largely negative headlines in the German media.[84]
  • The JA launched an feminist-critical campaign entitled "Gleichberechtigung statt Gleichmacherei" (variously translated as "equal rights, not levelling down" or "equality instead of uniformity") on Facebook in response to the young Social Democrats, who posted photos supportive of feminism to mark International Women's Day. The Facebook page of JA describes feminism as a "left-wing" ideology, and asks people to post reasons to reject it.[88] With the JA also citing opposition to gender quota proposals in Germany for women as a motivation.[89] Sections of the German media also labelled election campaign material of the JA which showed women in swimwear under the slogan "equality instead of uniformity" as sexist and in bad taste.[84] The JA followed with a poster of four shirtless men under the slogan "end soft justice".[84]
  • In May 2014 The JA is said to have further irritated AfD bosses with a statement they released on Facebook advocating vigilante action against crime.[90]

 

Frauke Petry ex Wiki
Frauke Petry
(born Marquardt, 1 June 1975 in Dresden) is a German politician, who has been party chairwoman of the Alternative for Germany party since 4 July 2015. She was formerly one of three party spokespersons from 2013 to 2015,[1] and became leader in 2015 by displacing the party's founder Bernd Lucke after an internal power struggle; Lucke subsequently left the party and said it has "fallen irretrievably into the wrong hands" after Petry's election. Petry is noted for her anti-Muslim views and for her calls to ban minarets,[2] and for arguing that German police should use firearms "as a last resort" to prevent illegal border-crossings.[3] She is a chemist and small businesswoman by education and professional background.

 


German Anti-Immigrant Party Has 10% Voters Onside [ 22 November 2015 ]
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In August, the Alternative for Germany (AFD) party had support from just 3% of voters, while the current ruling government, an alliance between the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and Christian Social Union (CSU), had 43% of voter support.

Today, the AFD has gained 10.5% of voter support, and support for the current government has dropped to 35%. This means that if an election were to be held now, AFD would be the third biggest party, even overtaking the Left and the Greens; the main opposition parties.........

At first, the explanation sounds crazy and paranoid: the people in charge of our countries no longer want White people to be the majority. But if you do even the most basic research, you will soon discover the shocking truth behind White genocide.
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Yes, Angela Merkel is a traitor, an enemy of Germany. Dozens of politicians are too. Merkel Alleges That Aliens Are Beneficial. Not many will be fool enough to believe her.

 

Merkel And Migrants Will Cost German Mugs 50 Billion Euros By 2017 [ 25 February 1994 ]
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Asylum seekers will cost Germany an estimated €50 billion by the end of 2017, a new report has found. The Cologne Institute for Economic Research has found that shelter, welfare and integration will cost Germany €22 billion this year and €27.6 billion next year..........

Support for the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has jumped amid the deepening public unease over Merkel's open-door policy for refugees from Syria and elsewhere.
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Alternative for Germany [ Alternative für Deutschland  AfD ] is a rather sound bunch of chaps who are prone to feel that PEGIDA is on the right lines. They might even say after few pints that Adolf was a sensible little fellow. Merkel is going to lose lots of votes to them, to honest Patriots come 13 March.

 

Alternative For Germany WILL Hold Its Rally Where Hitler Spoke [ 13 May 2016 ]
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A Munich court on Thursday ordered the owner of a beer hall where Adolf Hitler is thought to have made his first political speech to allow the anti-immigrant party Alternative for Germany (AfD) to hold an event there.

The AfD, whose events often attract protests by left-wing demonstrators, had reserved the Hofbraeukeller in the Bavarian city for Friday, where its supporters will hear a speech by leader Frauke Petry...........

Police in Stuttgart earlier this month detained some 500 left-wing protesters who tried to break up the AfD's first full conference, where party members backed an election manifesto that says Islam is not compatible with the constitution.

The arrival of the more than a million migrants in Germany last year has fuelled the rise of the AfD, which entered three state parliaments in elections in March.
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Using the Hofbräukeller in the Wiener Platz, just like naughty Adolf could be taken as a message. It would be nice to see if anyone from first time round turns up. The whole thing will go down like a cup of cold sick with the Marxists, etc. who will ignore the fact they murdered far more than the Nazis ever achieved.

 

Merkel's Nightmare - Germans Want A Referendum Too [ 2 July 2016 ]
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BELEAGUERED Angela Merkel is facing calls for a referendum to free German people of "EU slavery" in the wake of Britain's sensational decision to cut ties with Brussels.
Frauke Petry is calling for a German EU referendum
[ Allegedly ] Far right figures in Alternative for Germany h have promised to call their own vote if they clutch power in country's general election in autumn next year. A party spokesman branded Brussels a "bureaucracy monster", before adding: "Next year the AfD will enter the German parliament and Dexit will be top on our agenda". They called the vote a Dexit as it stands for a Deutschland exit from the EU.

Eurosceptism has swept across the continent after the people of Britain backed Brexit in the historic EU referendum on June 23.

George Pazderski of Berlin AfD Berlin AfD added: "Germans must decide on staying in the EU. "The AfD is the only part which speaks out clearly in favour of them deciding." 

Party leader [ der Führer ] Frauke Petry, who caused controversy earlier this year when she called on German police to open fire on illegal immigrations, reacted with delight at Britain's decision to sever ties with Brussels. She said: "This is the chance for a new Europe, one which maintains partnerships and respected national sovereignties.
So far [ allegedly ] far-right National Front party leader Marine le Pen has called for France to host an EU referendum as she declared her support for Brexit.
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It sounds good to me; lots of Germans too.
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel addresses a press conference at EU summit
You can see why Silvio Berlusconi said what he said about Merkel. I wouldn't either. Frauke Petry looks much nicer.

 

German Right-Wing Leader Backs Citizens' Right To Arm Themselves [ 21 August 2016 ]
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BERLIN (Reuters) - The leader of the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has spoken out in favour of people arming themselves with guns and self-defence devices following a series of violent attacks last month. The anti-immigrant AfD has won growing popular support in Germany due in [ very large ] part to Europe's migrant crisis, which has seen more than 1 million refugees arrive over the past year, and it now has seats in eight of Germany's 16 state assemblies.

After two Islamist attacks and a shooting rampage by a [ allegedly ] mentally unstable teenager last month, Germans are on edge and the AfD is expected to make a strong showing in votes next month in Berlin and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

"Many people are increasingly feeling unsafe. Every law-abiding citizen should be in a position to defend themselves, their family and their friends," Frauke Petry told the Funke Media Group in an interview published on Saturday..........

Known for her fiery speeches to AfD supporters, Petry sparked an uproar earlier this year when she called for German police to be allowed to use firearms against illegal migrants.
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Reuters takes it pretty much down the middle; a pleasant surprise. The Armed Citizen prevents crime in a big way. He also is also a problem for corrupt governments. Recall that His Majesty's Government's claim the Firearms Act 1920 was to prevent crime; it lied. The real concern was Revolution by the IRA, disgruntled men who returned to a land fit for heroes & Marxists. Their real opinion is in the Blackwell Report.

 

Alternative For Germany Will Get The Anti-Immigration Votes  [ 3 September 2016 ]
The Puppet Masters did a heavy weight smear job on PEGIDA but they couldn't find any dirt in Alternative for Germany or that nice Frauke Petry

Of course Germans could settle for Angela Merkel, the face of hate.

She wasn't in the Stalingjugend [ Stalin Youth ] for nothing. She understands Thought Crime, Doublethink & Treason.

 

Traitors Start Terrorism In Berlin [ 23 September 2016 ]
Attacking Frauke Petry, the rather beautiful chairlady of Alternative for Germany is political. It shows that the Enemy Within is active, criminal & vicious.

The car is a write off. She is not.

 

Jews In Germany Hate & Fear Alternative For Germany [ 12 December 2016 ]
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The Zentralrats der Juden in Deutschland (Central Council of German Jews, ZJD) has called for stronger action against the Alternative for Deutschland (AfD), saying that Jews need to align themselves to Muslims and Gypsies [ and anyone who hates Germany no doubt - Editor ] against Germans who vote for that party........

This was a reference to the fact that some AfD politicians have dared to point out that all they want is immigration and border control policies which Israel already has.

Schuster and the ZJD—like all Jewish lobbies in Europe and America—fanatically support Israel’s policies, but equally fanatically oppose those same policies when white people want to emulate them.

Speaking at the Gemeindetag function, Schuster called upon “all Jews to raise their voices against right-wing populism.” The AfD is “gaining popularity in Germany,” he said, adding that that “party is based on division and exclusion.”

This is, of course, extremist hypocrisy. The AfD’s policies are nothing like those which Schuster-supported Israel enforces.

The AfD has not said, for example, that it would never allow refugees—unlike Israel; that it would outlaw marriages between Jews and non-Jews—unlike Israel; that it would restrict immigration only to those who could prove that they were genetically the same as Germans—unlike Israel, which as a Jews-only immigration policy; and the AfD has never proposed the drafting of laws to steal other peoples’ land—unlike Israel, which has now illegally seized vast areas of the West Bank for illegal Jewish settlements.
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These lying hypocritical thugs are grossly Racist. They complain about Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Dachau etc. but they keep very quiet about Saharonim Concentration Camp & others that Zionist crazies use for blacks.