At this point, the situation caused by mass immigration in Germany is so desperate that almost all parties have the same idea in their heads: deportation, and mass deportation at that. The big difference is that the establishment parties, those in the governing coalition, dare not admit it, while the pro-sovereigntist Alternative for Germany (AfD), which is growing by leaps and bounds thanks, in part, to this clarity, says it openly.
The official line remains that “diversity is our strength” and that uttering the word ‘deportation’ is straightforwardly fascist. The progressive establishment media have been revealing for years that AfD has a sinister secret deportation plan, but René Springer, a rising figure in the pro-sovereignty party, says the plan is no secret and promises to deport millions of people if they come to power.
“We will return foreigners to their homeland. By the millions,” Springer writes on the social network X (formerly Twitter). “This is not a secret plan. This is a promise. For security. For justice. To preserve our identity. For Germany,” he adds.
The AfD has long championed its ‘remigration’ policy, focusing mainly on convicted migrants whom the government has no legal means to expel. But Springer’s ambitions go further, proposing to tackle the hundreds of thousands of foreigners who are in the country illegally.
In a statement earlier this week, AfD detailed a long list of crimes committed by migrants during New Year celebrations, including the case of three migrants who knocked a doctor unconscious on video in a Berlin hospital, a 20-year-old Somali who hit a woman with a fire extinguisher on a train near Schwetzingen and a Ukrainian migrant hitting a 46-year-old man with a bottle in Bad Lippspringe.
“Such is daily life in the ‘coloured republic’. These everyday conditions are shocking and make it clear that 2024 must be the year of remigration. Whoever vandalises restaurants and train stations, attacks doctors or causes disturbances on trains has no place here and must be deported immediately. Action must finally be taken,” the AfD wrote in its statement.
Springer’s message on deportation comes at a time when the AfD has just reached a record 24% in voting intentions in a new national YouGov poll, something that would have seemed unimaginable just a year ago.