German elections: there’s no middle ground

The German elections results came as no surprise. The most common sence party, AFD, did better than expected with 12.1%. Yet, how to make more when Women and non-whites tend to vote a lot more left than the ethnical German men now on the verge of suicide (Without identity, you are simply nobody).

So no big news by looking at the map of the votes: East Germany having less immigrants, voted more for AFD. The anti-white propaganda is losing ground among white males.

But the important take away is the hysterical reaction of the left, with almost all media outlets condemning (and here) the modest results of the AFD. This party is of course labeled “Extreme right” , “white supremacist”, “Naxi-leaning“, “Racist” and “Islamophobe“. Alright, let’s dive in the policies advocated by the AFD with the official programme of the AFD:

We turn against centralism, uniformity, and uniformity. Strong, independent federal states, regions and municipalities in a sovereign Germany correspond to the ideal of free peoples and diverse cultural identities. Unity in diversity rather than self-abandonment in the collective is the origin and goal of German self-determination.

The AfD is committed to the values of the Charter of the United Nations and international law. We are committed to a foreign policy oriented towards German interests.
The AfD advocates reforming the United Nations to take account of the changed weightings in the world. We strive for a permanent seat of Germany in the Security Council, as well as the abolition of the host country clause directed against Germany in the United Nations Charter.

According to the left, these points are deemed “Extreme”. And they don’t want to hear any of this. Therefore:

THERE IS NO MIDDLE GROUND WITH THE LEFT.

One doesn’t have to agree with all the points mentioned above, but any common sense person can negotiate a policy in exchange of another. The left cannot. Therefore it is better to push for Alt-Right policies right away without any compromise.

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