All major parties were hit — except for members of the far-right Alternative for Germany.
The founder of Germany's AfD doesn't like talking about the horror it became.
As punishment, he was given a better job with a higher salary.
“If you don't see fascism, you just don't want to see it.”
“When such a killing occurs, it’s normal for people to snap.”
“That’s why the CSU is panicking — trying to do whatever it takes to hold the AfD down and secure its vote.”
In 1934, American writer Theodore Abel created a fake competition to trick hundreds of people into describing why they loved the Nazi Party so much. Their words seem worryingly relevant today.
“I see my task as creating consensus between German Islam and conservative Germans.”
We talked to voters in a formerly left-leaning neighborhood in Berlin that lurched toward anti-immigrant populism in this past weekend's national election.
Germany voted far-right nationalists into parliament for the first time since World War II. We spent election night with some of the Syrian refugees they hate.
Across Europe, right-wing populists look set to score big electoral victories, meaning an already limping European liberalism may be over by 2017.