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Katie Hopkins’ guide to Bavarian political parties

Here in Donauwörth, Bavaria – the competition for votes is on. I took a walk down the Main Street to say hello to the three main parties – the Greens, the Alternative Fur Deutschland, and the Christian Social Union. Given the issues with the migrant centre in town, the AfD is expected to perform well.

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FULL INTERVIEW Katie Hopkins and Uli Henkel Munich AFD candidate

The Alternative Fur Deutschland are often described as far-right. I think this is a long way from the truth.  To me, they are patriots and populists, representing the silenced masses who are tired of being put at the back of the queue and suffering at the hands of the migrants Merkel is determined to defend. …

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FULL INTERVIEW: Katie Hopkins and AFD Representative Wolfgang Dörner

Wolfgang Dörner is an AFD representative from Nuremberg who spoke to me about his party’s prospects in this weekend’s Bavarian election. Wolfgang explained that one of the biggest challenges his party faces is the unwillingness of voters to be open about their support for the AFD. He also recounted a story about members of the …

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Katie Hopkins: Introduction to the Bavarian election

Bavaria’s election is this weekend and I wanted to give our viewers a briefing on the political situation in this German State.  Bavaria’s one of the wealthier regions of Germany, with an unemployment rate of 2.6 percent and large factories owned by global brands like BMW, Audi, and Addidas. On the surface, it’s a great …

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Watch all the reports from Katie Hopkin’s investigative trip to Bavaria

I receive a large number of emails from our friends in Germany asking for help to report honestly on the upcoming elections. They are tired of the mainstream media bias and fear that support for new and bold parties will not be reflected accurately in the German media. So here I am. These will be …

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Bavaria: “Warm, cuddly” Greens don’t address frustrations of ordinary Germans

Here in a polite part of town, the Green Party are handing out children’s windmills and organic apples. All this warm cuddly stuff makes Greens feel good about themselves, but in terms of the real frustrations and the resentment felt by ordinary Germans, the Green Party avoid the issues. They are on track to take …

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How a migrant “Anker” center transformed “a perfect German town”

I have made my way to Donauwörth in Bavaria, an hour outside of Munich. It looks exactly like everyone’s image of a perfect German town. But Angela Merkel chose this place a migrant “anker center.” Asylum seekers are kept at these closed facilities for up to 18 months while their applications are processed. These centres …

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Islam, Germany and the “far-right”: Journalist Michael Stürzenberger

Jailed for sharing an authentic photograph of a Nazi’s meeting with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Michael Stürzenberger is an activist, journalist — and a very brave man. We talked about the threat of Islamism in Germany and how this is connected to the growing popularity of “right wing” political parties.

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