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    Support for German Right Surges as Chemnitz Protests Continue!!!



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    Support for German Right Surges as Chemnitz Protests Continue!!!

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    Dr. Steve Turley
    Published on Aug 30, 2018

    Here's why the Chemnitz protests may finally push Germany fully to the nationalist right!

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    The Chemnitz Response is why the Actual Far Left and Right Will Keep Growing in Germany

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    When you ignore that the vast bulk of protestors were not far right, but label them as such, you psychologically enforce an "us vs them" mentality in which people are fractured along increasingly dichotomous lines: https://tinyurl.com/y8l624ek





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    Youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KNHW47LUcQ

    virtue signaling people in Germany are starting to see common sense


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    pathological altruism has its limits, when it becomes obvious things have gone drastically wrong. we must start the debate again, do not let thugs from the likes of momentum and union backed ANTIFA prevent it as this is very dangerous. this will permit extremists at both ends of the political spectrum oxygen to grow and that path leads to to violence. https://www.economist.com/europe/2018... political correctness is stopping the debate.

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    Airbornesapper07 reported this as possibly being in the wrong forum. Better suited for Other Topics than General Discussion so moving now.
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    Mod have discussed and feel it was justified to be in General Discussion as originally posted. Sorry for the back and forth.
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    To spy or not to spy? German parties split over AfD



    By Andrea Shalal
    Reuters September 3, 2018

    People gather before an open air "anti-racism concert" in Chemnitz, Germany, September 3, 2018. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

    By Andrea Shalal

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Differences emerged between Germany's governing parties on Monday over how to respond to the Alternative for Germany's (AfD) alleged ties to anti-Islamic and racist groups, as calls grew for the far-right party to be placed under surveillance.
    About 6,000 supporters of the AfD and the anti-Islam PEGIDA group turned out to a series of protests in the eastern city of Chemnitz after a man was stabbed to death there last weekend, allegedly by two immigrants.
    Skinheads clashed with police soon after a Syrian and an Iraqi were identified as the main suspects, and a number of xenophobic attacks were reported, exposing bitter divisions over Chancellor Angela Merkel's liberal immigration policy.
    On Monday, the states of Lower Saxony and Bremen said their regional security services, tasked with policing unconstitutional activity, had placed their respective regional chapters of Young Alternative, the largest opposition party's youth wing, under surveillance because of its suspected ties.
    But with pressure from politicians and activists to extend that surveillance to the national party, conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel declined to enter the fray directly, saying it was for the security services themselves to decide whom to monitor.
    "These aren't political decisions, but decisions that are based on facts," she told reporters after a summit of business leaders and labor unions, attended also by Olaf Scholz, her Social Democrat finance minister.
    Scholz said he agreed on the principle, but added at the same news conference that the clashes in Chemnitz gave clear cause for a renewed look at whether the AfD, which entered parliament for the first time last year, should be monitored.
    Germany's constitution contains strict safeguards against extremism, allowing for the close monitoring and even the proscribing of extremist parties.
    Intelligence agencies monitor the far left and far right as well as Islamists suspected of planning attacks.
    Memories of Nazi and Communist oppression have made Germans very cautious about state surveillance, but a poll on Monday found that 57 percent agreed that the AfD should be monitored.
    "The country has clearly gone mad," said Joerg Meuthen, the AfD's chairman, saying that far-left rock bands should be monitored for extremist tendencies.
    ROCK OR NOT?
    A group of left-leaning rock groups gave a free concert "against xenophobia" in Chemnitz on Monday evening, inadvertently highlighting splits between Germany's mainstream left and right.
    German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, formally politically neutral but originally a Social Democrat, shared the invitation to the concert on his Facebook page, drawing criticism from Merkel's party.
    Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, general secretary of Merkel's Christian Democrats, said one of the bands, named "Fine Cream Fish Fillet", called for violence against the police in some of its lyrics. Earlier presidents "would not have supported the band so uncritically", she said.
    Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer and his Bavarian CSU party say the conditions have not been met to monitor the AfD as a whole, but they will keep an eye on developments and individuals.
    Support for the AfD, which won nearly 13 percent in last year's federal election, rose two percentage points to 16 percent in an RTL opinion poll after the events in Chemnitz.
    Critics have faulted the party for not expelling Bjoern Hoecke, an AfD leader from the state of Thuringia who has criticized a memorial to victims of the Nazi Holocaust as a "monument of shame" and helped organize Saturday's march.
    (Additional reporting by Hans-Edzard Busemann, Andreas Rinke and Joseph Nasr in Berlin and Peter Mlodoch in Hanover; Editing by David Stamp and Andrew Roche)



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    THOUSANDS OF PROTESTERS MARCH IN GERMANY AGAINST ANGELA MERKEL’S IMMIGRATION POLICY

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    Thousands of protesters marched in Germany on Saturday night to protest German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s immigration policy after a man was allegedly killed by two migrants.

    Around 4,500 people marched to protest Merkel’s migration policy in the eastern German city of Chemnitz following the death of Daniel Hillig, 35, who was allegedly stabbed to death by two migrants — one Syrian, the other Iraqi — Aug. 26, the Daily Mail reported. Merkel let in more than 1 million migrants since starting her open door migration policy in 2015, The Wall Street Journal reported.

    The protest, called the “mourning march,” was organized by the right-wing, anti-immigration party the Alternative for Germany and the anti-Islam movement PEGIDA, France24 reported. The protesters wore dark suits and carried white roses in remembrance of the victim. The protesters also carried photos of other people allegedly killed from refugee violence.

    Protesters also waved the German flag and sang the national anthem.

    “Merkel must go!” the protesters chanted.

    Around 2,500 people from Germany’s left marched in support of Merkel Saturday. The protesters used the slogan the “Heart instead of Hate.” Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas from the center-left Social Democrats party helped organize the pro-immigration protest.

    Neo-Nazis led a separate protest Monday causing a stir after making “Heil Hitler” salutes, CBS News reported.

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