Spiegel on Germans for Germany
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What if Germans ran Germany, rather than jews?
How the Far Right Plans to Grow
By Gunther Latsch, Irina Repke and Steffen Winter
Germany’s far-right National Democratic Party is on the move. After recent successes at the polls in eastern Germany, the neo-Nazis now have their sights set on Bavaria and the national parliament. It’s also improving relations with far-right militants.
A man is wandering around Schwerin Castle. Short, bald and wearing a dark suit, he tries every door, but most are locked. There is almost no one else in the castle, which houses the parliament (Landtag) for the eastern state of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania. It is Monday, Sept. 18, the day after the state parliamentary elections in which Germany’s far right National Democratic Party (NPD) captured 7.3 percent of the vote.