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The far right has agreed with AfD politicians to deport millions of migrants

The far right has agreed with AfD politicians to deport millions of migrants

A far-right meeting was held in Germany last November, in which representatives of the Alternative for Germany party also participated, and the issue of deporting millions of immigrants was raised – Writes investigation portal Correctiv. News of the meeting sparked widespread outrage in Germany, and was condemned by most of the political spectrum.

According to the research group, on November 25 last year, the elite of the German far right met not far from Berlin, in a villa in Potsdam. In addition to many representatives and leaders of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, which sits in the German parliament, the meeting was attended by businessmen, far-right activists and Identity Movement leader Martin Sellner.

Invitees can participate in the meeting in exchange for a minimum donation of five thousand euros (approximately one and a half million forints). According to the invitation, the purpose of the event was to present a master plan through which Germany could be “put back on a normal and healthy path.”

According to the report, the most important point of the meeting was as follows: Martin Sellner presented his master plan for “reimmigration,” which would deport millions of people from the country. The plan will apply not only to asylum seekers, but also to foreigners with residence permits and “non-integrated” German citizens. In Hungarian, Sellner will deport German citizens from the country.

The villa where the meeting was held – Photography: Jens Kalini/Agence France-Presse

The meeting participants then discussed how to implement the idea if the Alternative for Germany party came to power in the country. According to reports, party politicians fully agreed with the plan, with one of them saying they should work to make the migrants feel as bad for them as possible.

Incidentally, the plan presented by Sellner also included the creation of a model state in North Africa in which at least two million people could live. People who will be deported will have the choice of moving to their home country or to this new country.

According to the AfD, the party's national leadership was not aware of the meeting, and the members who attended there only represented themselves. A close associate of one of the AfD's co-chairs also attended the meeting, but according to the party, he only gave a presentation about a social media campaign, and Sellner's ideas will not be adopted in the party's official position.

Incidentally, the AfD is currently the second most popular party in Germany, and we wrote about its rise in detail here.

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