I receive a large number of emails from our friends in Germany asking for help to report honestly on the upcoming elections.
They are tired of the mainstream media bias and fear that support for new and bold parties will not be reflected accurately in the German media. So here I am.
These will be historic elections which should deliver a huge blow to Angela Merkel’s sister party - the CDU - and mark the beginning of the end of the dominance of Mother of all Migrants, Merkel.
These elections are relevant to us all, as Germany can be used as a cautionary tale for what happens when elected governments disregard the will of their people.
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October 13, 2018: Katie interviews Bavarian Green Party candidate Ludwig Hartmann and asks why his party appears to be surging towards a historic result.
October 13, 2018: Katie Hopkins reports from Donauwörth, Bavaria, on the political controversy surrounding Angela Merkel's decision to place a migrant "Anker center: in the small German town.
October 13, 2018: Germany Journalist Michael Stürzenberger discuss his imprisonment sharing a historically accurate photo of Hitler with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem.
October 13, 2018: Katie Hopkins of The Rebel speaks with members of the conservative Christian Social Union (CSU) about their plan to form a coalition government with the Green Party.
October 13, 2018: Katie introduces the three main political parties in Bavaria's election and explains what they stand for.
October 13, 2018: Katie Hopkins interviews Uli Henkel, Alternative Fur Deutschland in Munich, about his party's prospects and how the left has reacted to the AFD message.
October 12, 2018: Katie Hopkins and Bavarian AFD Representative, Wolfgang Dörner, discuss his party's prospects in the upcoming Bavarian election.
October 12, 2018: Bavaria's one of the wealthier regions of Germany, with an unemployment rate of 2.6% 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).
October 12, 2018: The German elections in Bavaria are going to be historic elections. For the first time, Anglea Merkel's Sister Party will poll below 50%. So, for the first time in living memory, Merkel's party and the Conservatives will not get a majority. So, the big question is, who will they then go into a coalition with?
Performing very strongly in Bavaria are two parties:
1. The Greens. They're seen as the soft option. They want open borders. They are happy with migration. They believe that Germany should be welcoming, and they are moving to centre-ground talking about things like housing and enhanced provisions of digital services for Bavarians.
2. The AFD -- the Alternative for Deutschland. They are called "far-right", but I believe them to be more moderate. But they are to the right of the Christian Social Union. Like there are "shy-Trump supporters" in America, and "shy-Brexiteers" in the UK, you should expect to see a significantly higher vote count for the AFD then predicted in the polls, because of "shy-AFD" supporters.