Germany’s anti-immigration Alternative For Germany (AfD) party has seen a dramatic rise in the polls over the last year and is now clearly the second most popular party in the country. However, the question has always been whether the AfD could translate this polling support into a position of power in the German government. One […]
In an exclusive interview with German MEP Maximilian Krah, who is preparing to lead the AfD’s 2024 EU election campaign, he discusses what is behind the surge in the AfD’s popularity, how Germany’s extensive surveillance regime has long targeted the opposition, and how changing U.S. demographics could one day impact Europe’s security
“For us at the AfD, there is a German people also worthy of protection, who should be able to assert themselves and have a say in who comes to Germany, who can stay and who has to go,” said the AfD’s parliamentary director during a speech int the Bundestag
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