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 place. But major unrest is brewing.
There’s a sense that the state represses people’s feeling, that you can’t speak openly about what you think. That’s why there’s been a surge in support for the right-wing Alternative für Deutschland (AFD).
Merkel’s sister-party the Christian Social Union (CSU) has attempted to mitigate their losses to the AFD by moving to the right, leaving the centreground wide open. The Green Party has marched into the political center, while The Social Democratic Party (SDP) remains firmly on the left.
Now almost everyone of wealth and privilege in Bavaria is voting Green.
This is why it’s important for us to be there as Rebel Media, because the mainstream media won’t tell you the truths. They won’t acknowledge the support for the AFD. they won’t acknowledge that this will be a huge blow to Angela Merkel.
Because what happens in Bavaria with the CSU is reflected back in Berlin with Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
Watch all my reports from Bavaria at RebelBavaria.com to see if this is the twilight of Angela Merkel.
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