Like Hitler, German In-Crowd Disdains Fair Play


It’s a black day for German democracy when the AfD patriot party has to take court action to get fair play.

But dirty tricks by the in-crowd parties, not for the first time of course…

German Collabo Parties Trample Fair Play! 

(.. because the ruling pilitical elite’s mind-set is not all that different from Adolf Hitler’s – smash dissent!)

Hitler’s SPD Heirs – ‘Media Must Gag Critics of Crimmigration

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…so the patriots have been left with no choice.

I quote from DW’s report, though I omit its prejudiced language, e.g  ‘far-right…’

…which the Lugenpresse in every country apply to honest parties that offer serious opposition to the crimmigrant menace.

All the major political parties are represented in the top-level Presidium of the Bundestag, Germany’s parliament, except one...

A little more background –

The German parliament, the Bundestag, has a ‘President,’ something a little bit like Westminster’s Leader of the House.

The newly elected Bundestag has a president from the SPD socialist party.

Her party did not have a legal claim to the post, but traditionally someone is elected from the ranks of the largest parliamentary group.

. She is supported by five deputies — chosen through a secret ballot process among the lawmakers — who together form the Bundestag Presidium.

Each parliamentary group in the Bundestag is represented on the Presidium by at least one vice president…

Or, at least, that was the usual model for decades — until voters flocked to the AfD in 2017, horrified by Mama Stasi Merkel’s betrayal of her duty to defend German borders.

At each secret ballot, the AfD’s candidates failed to get the necessary majority, because the pro-crimmigrant parties colluded to exclude them.

Even the authors of rhe DW piece sees what’s wrong..

….the refusal to work with a party legitimately elected by German voters presents a dilemma — one which touches on fundamental democratic questions.

https://www.dw.com/en/germany-far-right-afd-takes-parliament-to-court-over-representation/a-59795844

What do you think?