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The new FREIHEIT party in Germany

Reader comment on item: Germany's Freiheit Party Joins the Fray

Submitted by JACQUES HADIDA (United States), Nov 2, 2010 at 12:05

I did like your conclusion:" If it succeeds, it could change the politics in Europe's most influential country."

Well, Indeed Germany can be a model for other European countries, but most of all I wish the U.S opens its eyes n listens to what is happening elsewhere.

The advent of this party is identical to me to the U.S state of mind today being fed up with the Obama administration. One more time people want a CHANGE. A big world indeed for we know how it can turn the oher way, for Obama just like Carter also proposed a change.

We all know that it starts with a growing muslim population and no one was smart enough to see it coming, by encouraging additional imigration. today we reap what we sow


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