Martin Schulz, the former leader of the centre-Left Social Democrats (SPD), bashed the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party as “Nazis” because of the massive anti-Muslim immigration protests following the latest brutal murders of Germans by Muslim asylum seekers. This followed Angela Merkel’s smearing of thousands of ordinary Germans and an entire political party to defend her indefensible Muslim immigration policies and attack the opposition as “Nazis.”
Telegraph Comparing the AfD’s rhetoric against Muslim migrants directly with that of the Nazis, Mr Schulz accused the party of seeking to make Muslim migrants into scapegoats for all of Germany’s problems. (Actually, these days, they pretty much ARE).
“The reduction of complex issues to a single group of people is the classic tactic of fascism. This has happened before in this house. It’s time for democrats to stand up and fight back,” the former SPD leader said to a standing ovation from fellow socialist MPs. Two leaders from the AfD were laughing at the hysteria coming from the left.
AfD has become the third biggest party in Germany. Its many lawmakers’ presence in parliament, which they entered after the 2017 election, has generated a more confrontational climate.
AfD Members of the German Bundestag stormed out of the plenary hall after the arrogant, totalitarian ideologue, SPD politician Johannes Kahrs, sounding almost Hitler-like himself, took to the podium and condemned the AfD and everything they stand for.
It’s amusing how these socialists keep calling the people on the right “Nazis,” when as everyone knows, the Nazi party was the National Socialists. AfD came under the most sustained attack from their rivals since becoming the first nationalists to sit in the German parliament since the sixties.
Senior Social Democrat Johannes Kahrs launched a verbal attack on the AfD: “Right wing radicals in parliament are unsavory. Hate makes you ugly – look in the mirror!” At that, all AfD deputies stood up and left the chamber. In a statement, the party said Kahrs had compared them to Nazis and described his insults as “unacceptable”. Kahrs thinks that a right-wing slogan “Tradition, not Invasion,” is Nazi-like.
One commenter noted: “Kahrs is so worried about the pensioners in his country, while his party pisses away billions on Muslim illegal invaders and their welfare benefits.”
Another commenter said: “A radical is anyone opposed to the completely sensible idea of displacing Germans in their own homeland with high-breeding Islamosavages and low-IQ third-worlders who are unable to create and maintain anything resembling a modern, functional society back in their own countries.”