Germany: Third AfD Leader Gets His Car Torched in a Month

Daily Stormer
April 7, 2020

There is nothing more democratic than making sure people the Jews don’t approve of never win elections.

Deutsche Welle:

A car belonging to a member of Germany’s far-right Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party was set on fire early Monday morning in Berlin’s Schöneberg neighborhood, the party said in a statement.

Berlin police have not released information on who set the fire, but confirmed that the incident was being treated as an act of “arson with a possible political motive.”

Frank Hansel, chief whip for the AfD in the local parliament for the Berlin city-state, shared a photo of his burned-out Jaguar on Twitter.

“What’s really bad is that people are almost getting used to this leftist orgy of violence, and so nothing follows from the CDU, the SPD, or the FDP,” Hansel wrote, tagging the three mainstream parties, some of whose members had spoken out against earlier similar instances.

It really says a lot about how bad the situation is in Germany when the AfD – which are not very based at all – are unironically called “Nazis.”

These people go out of their way to show that they’re Israel’s greatest ally, often doing far more than is necessary to avoid breaking Germany’s idiotic hate speech laws.

And plenty of Jews support them too.

They’re mostly just standard cuckservatives with a few more “edgy” members, and that’s basically it.

And that’s still too much for Germany today.

Since March, there have been several acts of vandalism and destruction of property belonging to AfD officials.

On Monday, the AfD parliamentary group leader in Berlin, Georg Pazderski, called the incident the “next repulsive act in a series that doesn’t want to end.”

On March 2, a vehicle belonging to Tino Chrupalla, the AfD’s co-chairman, was set on fire outside Chrupalla’s home in Saxony.Following Monday’s incident, Chrupalla tweeted in response: “Once again, and AfD politician’s car is ablaze. Good that Frank Hansel was not hurt. This series of arson attacks shows how much our democracy is at risk.”

On March 10, a car belonging to an AfD politician in Berlin was set ablaze. In a separate incident the same day, windows at an AfD politician’s house were broken with stones, and “Antifa” was spray-painted on the wall, according to Berlin police. Antifa is the short form for “anti-fascist” in the German language, and the word has become a catchall term for various far-left groups and organizations in Germany, often with very loose organizational structures or affiliations to each another.

Antifa do this all the time in Europe, especially in northern Europe.

And it’s never condemned by “polite society,” quite the contrary.

Arson, assault, murder, they’re all things the Antifa do on a regular basis, and they’re almost never reported in English language media.

But if I go and smash the windows at a synagogue right now, you’d all know it within 6 hours.

Following the arson attack in March on Chrupalla’s car, Saxony’s state premier Michael Kretschmer, from Chancellor Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU), condemned acts of violence or vandalism against politicians.

“One action leads to another and we need to break this circle of violence,” Kretschmer said. However, he added that violence could also include verbal attacks, saying that “the AfD has made large contributions to this over the years.”

Hear that, goy?

Mean words are the exact same thing as throwing a Molotov cocktail at someone’s car.

Aren’t you happy you live in democracy?