My mood after I saw the results of the federal elections on tv this evening... Wtf?! Now a racist party named AfD is the third strongest part of our government in Germany. They've got over 88 seats now. That's really horror... I'll never understand how people could believe their stupid Propaganda speeches full of lies, fake shit & hatred and think those haters will lead them into a more positive future. That's so f*ck*ng stupid naive! But, to be fair, circa 60% of those idiot voters are no racists, just protest voters who wanted to show politicians that they'll vote nazis if the other parties dont care enough for their problems&sorrows. But, to be honest, that's dumb enough. There have been a lot of other, more harmless parties like the fun party 'Die Partei' they could vote for. I never thought that people in Germany will be dumb enough to vote nazis to their government again... 13% of them did. Enough to be alarmed.
A dark day for Germany.
👩🏻la femme du jour 👩🏻 @bundeskanzlerin est en passe de remporter un 4ème mandat successif de chancelière en Allemagne 🇩🇪 Les élections fédérales ont lieu Outre RHin ce dimanche mais Angela Merkel est ultra favorite ! Les allemands ont même qualifié cette campagne électorale de "plus ennuyeuse de ces 50 dernières années " 😴/ 🇬🇧👩🏻the woman of the day 👩🏻 @bundeskanzlerin is in the process of winning a successive 4th chancellorship in Germany 🇩🇪 Federal elections take place Besides RHin this Sunday but Angela Merkel is ultra favorite! The Germans even described the election campaign as "the most annoying of the past 50 years" 😴#Germany#allemagne#merkel#angelamerkel#gagnedavance#elections#federalelections#deutschland#infostories#lastoryquivousinforme#femmedujour (crédits photos @asakemiobamidelelayo )
GMF President Karen Donfried and Alliance for Securing Democracy Director Laura Rosenberger discuss what you need to know ahead of Germany's upcoming federal elections. Head over to GMF's Facebook page to watch the discussion.
On September 24, federal elections will be held in Germany to elect the Bundestag. Every German citizen over the age of 18 is allowed to vote. These two visitors at Zeitgeschichtliches Forum Leipzig are educating themselves early to exercise their democratic right.
Am 24. September sind Bundestagswahlen in Deutschland. Jeder deutsche Staatsbürger, der das 18. Lebensjahr vollendet hat, darf wählen. Diese zwei Besucher im Zeitgeschichtlichen Forum Leipzig bereiten sich schon früh darauf vor, ihr demokratisches Recht auszuüben.
We're just ten days away from the German Federal Elections. With all eyes now on #Germany , GMF unpacks the candidates, top issues, and what this election means for the transatlantic relationship: www.gmfus.org/germanelections