Germany: Antifa Doxes AfD Candidates in State of Hessen, Tells People to Attack Them

Democracy doesn’t mean freedom from being attacked at your home for running for office on a platform that differs from the official narrative of the mainstream.



Members of the far-left Antifa activist group have published the private addresses of candidates standing for the Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the German state of Hesse and encouraged protesters to “challenge” them in places where they feel safe.

The self-proclaimed anti-fascist group launched a website specifically for the campaign with an interactive map detailing the private residences of 40 AfD politicians, as well as providing the locations of event rooms and restaurants where the party’s representatives convene.

“The site is intended to encourage Antifas in Hesse to stop the AfD, which is currently becoming stronger again,” the far-left activist group said in a statement as it encouraged its members to “use the information” they have been given.

“With the following publication, we want to give an insight into the state list of the Hessian AfD and shed more light on the party’s politicians.

“Together with you, we want to challenge them for the spaces in which they move as a matter of course, feel unmolested, and think they are safe. Whether in a restaurant, club, or workplace: Anyone who wants to exclude, lock up, or dispose of others because of a racist, anti-Semitic, sexist, and anti-queer worldview should not complain about resistance and exclusion,” the statement added.

Politicians from the hardline anti-immigration party, which has been surging in both local and national polls across Germany, responded to the disturbing campaign with co-state chairman Andreas Lichert claiming it is “nothing more than a cryptic call for intimidation and violence against AfD politicians.”

“Imagine what would be going on in the country if political extremists did something like that with candidates from other parties,” he added.

In 2020 and 2021, AfD politicians were the most frequently attacked.

State elections in Hesse will take place on Oct. 8, and the surge in support of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) has the country’s mainstream political parties looking over their shoulder. Prime Minister Boris Rhein’s ruling CDU is currently leading the polls with 25 percent, followed by the AfD and SPD with 20 percent.

The basic fact is, AfD can never take power under the current system because they simply will not be allowed to.

Germany is an occupied country, and has been since 1945. There are tens of thousands of US troops stationed in Germany, ready to ensure the “stability” of the German government.

However, I do support the AfD, because they are building a real infrastructure, which could become the government in a situation of chaos, where war breaks out. They could collaborate with the Russians and the Chinese, and implement a stable system.

But if you think they’re going to get voted into power, you’re just living in a delusion. Because there is zero chance that it ever happening.

Democracy in action