Since the beginning of 2023, more than 100,000 asylum applications have been filed in Germany, an increase of 78 percent over the previous year. The massive influx is driving the growth of anti-immigration sentiment across Germany, as French news station Europe 1 reports.
Cologne is a homosexual mecca where sex is the new religion, Lust Magazine claims: Cologne has been named the world’s most ‘sexually liberated’ city, with the city’s panoply of homosexual bars and LGBT events bumping it to the top of a list compiled by a German magazine.
The police officer is under investigation for potential attempted manslaughter after an incident in Hanover. The investigation has been initiated into the actions of a German police officer who shot a knife-wielding asylum seeker outside a refugee center in Hanover-Vinnhorst on Wednesday.
In Austria, they continue to look for those responsible for the Sunday incident, which some claim caused a scandal and heated discussion in society: the passengers of the train en route from Bregenz to Vienna were said to be shocked when they heard the broadcast of an Adolf Hitler’s speech. It is assumed that the attackers connected to the train’s loudspeaker system, but who exactly did it and why has not yet been found out.
The AfD’s positions against immigration and sanctions on Russia are proving popular in Germany: For the first time, the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has not only overtaken the Green party but also the Social Democrats (SPD), and become the second most popular party in Germany, according to a new YouGov poll.
Senior citizens are sent out to pasture as the German government welcomes its new generation of migrant workers. As Germany vows to continue spending heavily on its liberal migration policy – more than €36 billion in 2023 alone – an increasing number of the country’s senior citizens are reported to be at a growing risk of poverty.
Despite a news blackout, up to 28% of the citizens of eastern Germany are ready to vote for the anti-migrant right-wing Alternative for Germany party in the elections, writes Der Freitag, referring to the results of pre-election polls. The publication recalls that the leaders of the AfD have already spoken about the need to become a people’s party in the east of the country.
Germany’s left claims ‘socially marginalized persons’ are behind soaring knife attacks in country’s biggest state. Social Democrats hesitate to name the perpetrators as migrants despite 12 attacks occurring every day in the German state.
Germans are increasingly opposed to more immigration: A new poll shows that a majority of Germans are turning against mass immigration, with 52 per cent saying that they believe Germany should take in fewer refugees, an increase of 12 points since January 2020.
With the closure of Germany’s last three nuclear power plants, the country’s 60-year era of nuclear power generation has come to an end. The move was originally planned for the end of last year. However, due to uncertainty over energy supplies caused by the back-firing 12,600 sanctions against Russia, the green coalition government reluctantly extended the deadline until after winter.