10 things I like about the AfD
In no particular order…
- The AfD is patriotic. In another country that would be par for the course. In Germany, three generations of Maoist indoctrination have left many Germans without a healthy sense of national pride.
- They still make a point of standing up to Germany’s stifling political correctness. As the poster says, they bring Schnauze to the conversation. (Schnauze is a little like spunk or determination.) And, considering the pile-on, they do well. OK sure, they may not be as good at tweeting as (god emperor) Trump, but really, who is? Even Boris said he’d like to tweet like Trump.
- They’ve got Björn Höcke in their ranks, who speaks well without constantly mincing words, which is the same as saying, he puts Germany first and foremost. This drives libtards crazy. He pulled out a German flag on TV. The libtards went so crazy you would have thought it was Trump talking about grabbing p**** on a hot mic during a private conversation 10 years ago.
- They stand up to Merkel’s insane migrant policies. And they mean it. Their party platform and statements have continually called into question the open border policies of Merkel, and they have consistently spoken against the Islamization of Germany. They have clearly stated that Islam is not an intrinsic part of German culture. (Der Islam gehört nicht zu Deutschland.) This goes back to Merkel making a grand statement that yes it is, which pissed off average Germans to no end.
- The AfD is family friendly. In a land that is faced with plummeting birth rates among the native population and a childless woman in leadership, the AfD consistently scores points for their concern with Germany’s demographic future. And they are the only mainstream party that is addressing the issue in any serious way.
- They’ve got Beatrix von Storch. She’s the one who suggested that Merkel might head to Chile after leaving office, following in Erich Honecker’s footsteps. Very wise woman. Beatrix von Storch that is.
- They stick with it. After all the shit, all the name calling, even occasionally getting assaulted for their views and for sticking up for Germany, they stick with it. They’re still there, fighting a good fight. Courageous, really.
- They’ve earned Merkel’s ire, which is a badge of honor these days. It is no secret that the German Chancellor Merkel has a huge share of the blame for the migrant crises. Even the President Trump has said that all of Europe is turning into “a total disaster” because of unwise immigration policies, and has even gone so far as to say, “You know, what Merkel has done is incredible, it’s actually mind boggling. Everyone thought she was a really great leader and now she’s turned out to be this catastrophic leader.”
- They’ve done an alright job with the media. People want to upbraid them for throwing the odd rhetorical bomb, but the reality is that it isn’t just about getting attention. (Though any media savvy party knows they need press coverage.) Things are going really badly in Germany and the AfD seems like it is the only mainstream party willing to talk about it. And it is fantastic that they are. Other people might rightly say that some things could be done better, but it is easy to criticize from the sidelines.
- They put Germany first, and by doing so, they put Western Civilization first as well.