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Peter Simmel: Edeka-Merchant retracts anti-Nazi slogan – now fiercely criticizes traffic light coalition

Peter Simmel owns about 20 Edeka stores in Saxony and Thuringia. After his local customers threatened to boycott him because he had printed the slogan “For Democracy – Against Nazis” on his advertising brochures, Simmel publicly apologized to them.

“I apologize to you,” he recently wrote on Facebook. He did not intend to step on anyone’s toes. But now Simmel has turned the tables: Speaking to “Spiegel”, he explained that “many people in our country” feel “left behind, harassed, unappreciated” by the policies of the current government.

AfD achieves high approval ratings in Thuringia and Saxony

The AfD’s state associations in Thuringia and Saxony have been classified as “confirmed right-wing extremist” by the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution. Nevertheless, according to a report by “Welt”, the AfD currently achieves particularly high approval ratings in both federal states compared to the national average.                       

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