I don’t even understand what is going on here.
Some German would have to explain it, because it’s not something I’ve read about and it’s not something you can just look up: the federal intelligence agency declares a group “extremist,” but then it is up to individual states to put them on a list?
Typically, these things are done at the federal level. Even in America, where states have a lot more power than in most countries (these powers are rarely exercised, but they do still exist), anything related to “national security” is federal (and that’s actually probably Constitutional – security is one of the few powers the federal government is supposed to have in America).
I’m interested now in how Germany is doing this. Not super interested. But it’s something I feel like I should know. If some German reads this and explains it to me, I’ll get back to you.
AfD is now polling in first place in Saxony-Anhalt. It’s former East Germany, so it’s not surprising.
East Germans are Russian shills. They whined about the Russians before the wall came down, then they were like “wait a second… these Westerners are all a bunch of gay retards!”
Now it’s like: “Well, if you’re not going to bring back Hitler, at least give us Stalin.”
Of course, Putin is no Stalin.
Just so, Stalin was no Henry Morgenthau (sp?). Denazification was a bizarre agenda, and totally Jewish. Stalin did denazify, of course. It was in some cases very brutal, involving concentration camps run by the NKVD, which was lined with Jews. However, in another sense, it was sort of half-assed, because they just let a bunch of Nazi Party members change the logos on their armbands and keep working as normal.
(Note: I don’t want to downplay denazification on the East side too much, because it was absolute barbarism, at least immediately after the war when Stalin let the NKVD/MVD take over the entire situation. However – however – the communists simply did not do the hardcore generational brainwashing that the West did. That’s a fact. You can see it if you go to Germany – people in the West are hardcore neurotics and often as soon as they hear your American accent look like they’re about to start crying, thinking you’re going to call them a Nazi, while people in the East just act like normal people. It’s a notable, stark contrast. I think if you were to define the difference, denazification by the communists was pro-communism more than anti-Nazi. It’s more complicated than that but listen, bro, I’m not even trying to write 10,000 words on this topic right now – you get the point. It’s been apparent since the early 00s that communism was actually better than Westernism. I don’t know what to tell you. That’s just a plain fact. That doesn’t mean communism was good, it just wasn’t as gay and retarded as this faggot post-war Pax Analmerica horseshit.)
The regional branch of the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in the state of Saxony-Anhalt has been classified as an extremist organization by the state’s domestic intelligence agency, just days after the party achieved first place in a state-wide poll.
The Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, claimed to have gathered sufficient evidence to prove several of its members and elected officials are right-wing extremists.
More like Federal Office for the Protection of Niggers and Kikes.
Get these faggots out of here. Bring back Hitler.
Put Hitler back in office. This shit is gay and retarded.
The move was confirmed by Jochen Hollmann, the head of the agency’s regional division in Saxony-Anhalt, on Tuesday.
He explained that the AfD’s regional association in the state had been under investigation for alleged extremism since 2021, but the federal intelligence agency has now received new information to show the party is “not compatible with human dignity, democracy, and the rule of law.”
“Not compatible with human dignity” is such a great phrase.
I’m going to start putting that on my business cards.
Saxony-Anhalt is the second state where the AfD’s regional party has been denounced as an extremist organization following findings in Thuringia back in 2021.
The classification provides federal intelligence agents with greater powers to monitor the communications of party officials and members, raising serious questions about civil liberties and democratic norms in Germany.
Such surveillance includes but is not limited to the recruitment and use of informants, the tracking of financial flows, as well as wiretapping, reading, and monitoring the private communications of German citizens.
In an exclusive interview with Remix News back in September, German MEP Maximilian Krah, who is preparing to lead the AfD’s 2024 European Parliament election campaign, claimed that Germany has a history of using an extensive surveillance regime that has long targeted the opposition.
“I suspect that even this call we are now having is being surveilled,” he told us.
“In other democratic countries, it would be unbelievable to have a government agency surveilling the opposition the way they surveil us.
Google “Donald Trump FISA.”
“There is something new, however: The public and the voters don’t care about it anymore. Although they surveil us, although they write in the newspapers that they consider us to be a threat to public order, people just don’t care. They continue to vote for us. They join our ranks,” he added.
This comes just days after a poll released on the 24th showed AfD dominating in the state.
They are up 7% in the state since April, when the last poll was conducted.
As regards their national popularity, the above article says this:
A poll by Civey for Spiegel magazine found that 47 percent of Germans would find it acceptable if parties entered a coalition with the AfD at the state level, a figure that rises to 55 percent in eastern states.
So half the country thinks it’s fine if they take power. It’s pretty wild to declare that an “extremist group.” Typically “extreme” means “significantly less than half.” It would probably be more if these people would keep the Nazi stuff in check. The AfD keeps getting caught with Nazi shit.
The pigs recently arrested a 22-year-old party member who supposedly had Nazi stuff at his house – three days before he was to take office. The neighbors claimed he was screaming “Heil Hitler.” Or rather, the cops claimed the neighbors claimed that. Honestly, that could have been fake and the Nazi memorabilia could have been planted by the cops. (Note: It’s not even clear that it was Nazi memorabilia. That would be the assumption, but the cops called the crime “displaying totalitarian symbols.” By that definition, he could have had a Khmer Rouge flag, or, for that matter, Stalinistic insignias. Most governments of the 20th century qualify as “totalitarian.”)
Probably, a certain percentage of AfD members are Nazis pretending to be populist conservatives, or at least populist conservatives who don’t believe Hitler was “evil.”
Still, their platform is pretty much just anti-immigration, anti-Ukraine war, EU skepticism, pro-economy (anti-global warming), skepticism of crass homosexuality being shoved on little kids, etc. It’s basic Jim Jordan type stuff.
They even do kikesucking.
It doesn’t seem to have helped much.
But hey – maybe things would be much worse for them if they didn’t have a bit of kosher semen stuck to their chins.
No, I’m being too harsh.
I endorse the AfD, and encourage people to vote for them.
Snake Baker contributed to this article.