AfD got almost six million votes in the latest election, most of them in the East.

Germany's intelligence services have designated the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party as a suspected extremist group, according to local media.

The nationalist party is already under surveillance in a number of German states, but the decision means its activities can be observed nationwide.

@TheIronHeart my opinion is the west is true europe and the east is more like Russia. But if they are right, theyre right. Lets see where it goes

@natsock @TheIronHeart the secret bolice in germany is going to officially spy on the single allowed controlled opposition in germany?
oh boy, those afd people must be real serious guys - get excited over politics now, citizen!
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