Where Did the Alternative for Germany Party Come From?

A look at this far-right, nationalist party that is gaining ground in German government, particular in the east. "It is a group that has analogies to other political parties we have seen being formed across the so called western world as a reaction, or somehow as a picture being framed, out of sheer despair of voters towards the so called establishment/connected with a growing nationalism and that's something," Karl Theodor zu Guttenberg, former Defense Minister of Germany, explained when describing the Alternative for Germany Party. "And people would call it populism at the end of the day."

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