“It is an obvious problem that those feeling ostracised by society turn into suicidal assassins.”
“Because we barely know the personal stories of the refugees, we tend to not see them as peers. But… behind our ‘worries’ is also racism, classism and other expressions of prejudice.”
“Supporting 7 refugees is not easy… I’m looking for people who would like to share their flat long term or temporarily while we find something permanent.”
The results of parliamentary elections in three German states have caused shock and bewilderment with Germany’s traditional parties.
Is the unraveling of democracy near? Is there a globalized racism epidemic? Or are people’s fears and prejudices of a different nature?
One has to ask who the constitutional lawyer for the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) is, when Frauke Petry (AfD Sachsen) quotes sentences out of context to support the use of weapons at Germany’s borders to discourage refugees from entering.