I included this article because upon first reading I found it surprising that such far-right ideology was still being exposed in Germany. Given its history over the last 80 or so years i would have thought such extremist rhetoric would be far more taboo; yet I suppose it also caters to the fears of many over the supposed ‘threat’ to German national identity from the growing muslim population. In a climate where such ideology could seem attractive to the younger generation, I wonder what steps the German education system can take in order to insure that such racist rhetoric does not gain more popularity in such delicate times.
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