Stopping the German far right/ Germany isnt far away from the 30´s of last century
As new racist organisations target Muslims and immigrants, outlined, the tasks and the challenges for the anti-fascist and anti-racist movement in Germany. New Party AfD got
more than 24 % of votes this evening at any election at "Sachsen-Anhalt", which shows, that people at Eastern Germany are still not democrats, but only wish to be "German" and dont
like any foreign people at their own side!!!
The same had been happening in Germany at the 30´s of last century, when Jewish peope had been attacked...now it are refugees who are becoming attacked! Later at the 30´s Hitler got
the majority, Germany isnt far away to end at the same place!
The far-right in Germany is undergoing a process of regroupment, both in parliament and on the streets. To the right of the ruling conservative party, the CDU, is the Alternative for
Germany (Alternative für Deutschland, AfD). This is the German version of Ukip. The AfD has won more than 12 percent of the votes in some states following a racist election campaign
which targeted Muslims. The party also gained a number of MEPs in the Euro elections.
Meanwhile, the fascists have been attempting to take to the streets. In October Hooligans Against Salafists (HoGeSa) mobilised some 5,000 hardcore racists and Nazis to march through
the city of Cologne chanting anti-Muslim slogans. In the eastern city of Dresden, which has one of the smallest immigrant populations in Germany, Pegida (Patriotic Europeans Against
the Islamisation of the West) has held huge weekly demonstrations.
Pegida is attempting to appear less like Nazis and more as “concerned citizens”. The organisation is appealing to people’s sense of dissatisfaction with the political system and draw
support among those people who are unhappy with their social circumstances.