“The New Germans”: AfD Forms “Immigrant Supporters’ Group”

The Alternative für Deutschland (Alternative for Germany, AfD) party in Germany has formed a “Die Neudeutschen” (The New Germans) group comprised of immigrants and homosexuals which they say will “combat their xenophobic image.”

The message of the new group, according to a report in the Deutsche Welle, is that “all are welcome as long as they agree to an end to illegal mass immigration.”

“Die Neudeutschen” group was formed over the weekend by AfD politicians who all have immigrant roots, and was presented at a press conference in Berlin this week, the report said.

Anton Friesen, an AfD lawmaker from Thuringia, said that the formation of the group was “overdue.”

“Since the AfD was founded, many German citizens with immigrant backgrounds have voted for us,” Friesen told DW.

“Now there is finally an association that gives these people names and faces,” he added. Friesen, who helped initiate the new AfD association, was born in Kazakhstan and moved to Germany with his parents when he was nine years old.

His fellow group spokesman is Alexander Tassis, the son of a Greek migrant worker who is an AfD state lawmaker in Bremen. He is also heads the “Alternative Homosexuals”—an AfD-aligned group for homo, lesbian, bisexual and “transgender” party members. One of the two leaders of the AfD in the German parliament (Bundestag) is Alice Weidel, who is an openly-declared lesbian.

Currently, the “New Germans” group has 20 members who are German citizens with Polish, Iranian and Colombian roots, as well as ethnic Russian-Germans and Romanian-Germans, Friesen said.

With European Parliament elections coming up in May, as well as several key state parliament elections in eastern German states in the fall, “The New Germans” hopes to win over potential voters by holding events on German-Polish relations and what Friesen describes as “the new, imported anti-Semitism.”





With the new group, Friesen hopes to “correct” what he views as an incorrect public image of the party. “The AfD isn’t xenophobic,” he said. Rather, the party is focused on people who are already in Germany.

This includes “patriotically-minded migrants” who advocate for “the protection of our western culture and our values,” Friesen adds.

Members must agree to the group’s manifesto, which advocates for “harsh action against all forms of anti-Semitism” and the “comprehensive de-Islamization of Germany.”

It also urges for an “end to illegal mass migration, which undermines the opportunities in life for socially worse off Germans.”

In October 2018, a small number of Jews formed “Jews in the AfD” group to boost Jewish support for the party.

All of these efforts will, of course, have no effect whatsoever, as the controlled media is not interested in protests by the AfD as to how homo- or immigrant-friendly they claim to be.

The controlled media and its establishment controllers want nothing less than total subsevince to the race-denying Third World invasion, and the total destruction of all white nations through the swamping and replacement of white people by nonwhites.

Hence, anything less than this will be met with never-ending hostility, smears and lies by the controlled media—a lesson which the AfD will eventually learn the hard way.


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2 Comments

  1. Sorry, but just like with UKIP – on whom the AfD is modelled – getting out of the EU is but the first step on the long and rocky road of national renewal.

    Out of the EU Germany would at least have a chance of implementing ‘official racial discrimination’, inside the EU it is doomed.

  2. The only criticism of AfD that I hear from normal people is that “they have no plan” but I say that if AfD manages to get just their one agenda accomplished, you don’t really need a plan because all the other problems will solve themselves. Once we stop and reverse the invasion, and get rid of 2.7 million illegal invaders costing Germany 49 billion Euros per year, and committing 6000 crimes per day, the rest is easy!

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