‘Alternative for Germany’: ‘No more Middle Eastern immigrants’

The deputy leader of right-wing populist party Alternative for Germany (AfD) said on Wednesday that all migration from Arab countries should be stopped.

Alternative-for-Deutschland“We should no longer support immigration by people who are totally foreign to our cultural tradition, in fact we ought to block it,” Alexander Gauland told Berlin’s Tagesspiegel newspaper.

“There are cultural traditions that have a very hard time integrating here … those cultural traditions are at home in the Middle East,” Gauland said.

He added that there was a danger of “parallel societies” developing in Germany “with which we won’t be able to cope with in the end”…

  • Dana Garcia

    Why import potential Soldiers of Allah at all? There is tremendous unemployment in Europe, so any worker needs can be satisfied from within. Besides, fewer workers are needed overall because of the automation revolution.


    • Frau Katze

      The current leaders in Europe are idiots.

      • WalterBannon

        treasonous idiots, and they should all be lynched

        • Frau Katze

          That too.

    • Frau Katze

      I just saw a graph (their “Daily Chart”) at The Economist saying Europe desperately needs immigrants, since so many people failed to have any kids. I can’t see how bringing in more sullen, resentful Muslims is going to help.

      • Al Ibn Awa

        But why middle eastern?

        Should target those industrious far easterners like the Chinese, Japanese or Koreans.

        Just look at them, everywhere they go they prosper peacefully.

  • Ron MacDonald

    And those who refuse to assimilate should be sent back.

    • lucius

      They ALL go back. Every one.

  • James Hamilton

    How to cope with hostile immigrants already here or born here??
    Repatriate them. There were many examples throughout the history it was done successfully situation calls it should be done again.

  • Observer

    Middle East? What about Turks and the Caucasus and parts of Asia too?

  • Billy Bob Thornton

    Definitely I agree that secularism is the direction we need to go. This multicultural experiment has failed but the Alternative For Germany doesn’t offer anything to counter the failed Euro project. I think a far-left or far-right nationalist party would go a long way to making nations into strong national entities and why I have been opposed to the mainstream order since 2008 and why mainstream politicians are just liars that are overpaid.

    • Frau Katze

      I assume you’re watching Greece closely.