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Undercover meeting in Potsdam: AfD distances itself from “remigration” plan – then a new post appears

Members of the AfD, well-known neo-Nazis, and wealthy entrepreneurs discuss the mass deportation of millions of people from Germany at a secret meeting in the Potsdam Landhaus Adlon in November 2023. The meeting, uncovered by the research collective ” Correctiv “, has caused outrage among many. The idea of “remigration” that was raised there is now being diluted and spread in right-wing circles – and equated with a statement by Scholz.

Within discussions in extremist groups, the concept of “remigration” is often taken up. This term refers to the idea of forcibly resettling people with migrant backgrounds, regardless of whether they were born in Germany or came to Germany as refugees or immigrants, or even if they possess German citizenship.

Secret meeting in Potsdam: Forced resettlement incompatible with the constitution

In this context, Martin Sellner, a speaker and proponent of this idea at the Potsdam meeting, explained the idea of a “model city” that could be leased and managed as a special economic zone in North Africa, and also stated that this idea is being openly and widely discussed in the “patriotic camp,” as reported by ” Zeit online “.

Despite the discussions held in some circles, such proposals for forced resettlement are incompatible with the constitution and international humanitarian law. Nevertheless, these considerations repeatedly find their way into public debates, including this time.

Ricarda Lang, federal chairwoman of the Greens, is one of those in the country who are horrified: “No one can say they didn’t know what ideology this party aspires to,” she said, referring to the AfD. According to the research, four AfD politicians participated in the meeting. They were there “privately,” it is said.

Lang is not alone in this opinion. On the contrary, “remigration” is the dominant topic in social media. However, while most politicians and users sharply criticize the “master plan” of mass deportation, especially right-wing circles are now increasingly promoting this thesis publicly. Foremost among them are prominent AfD politicians. This is despite the party emphasizing that its official position on immigration policy remains unchanged. A line that apparently not all members follow.

Chancellor’s statement is equated with “remigration thesis”

For instance, René Springer, an AfD member of the German Bundestag, labor and social policy spokesperson for the faction, and deputy member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, confirmed after the undercover meeting was revealed on X (previously Twitter), that his party plans to “repatriate foreigners to their home countries. Millions of them.” This is not a secret plan. It’s a promise. Later, he emphasizes, “Of course, we don’t want to deport Germans, only foreigners who are not legally staying in Germany.” Underneath, he uses the hashtag #Remigration, thus using the words “deportation” and “remigration” in the same breath. Obviously, he is trying to further shift the discourse to the right. In other words, deportation is, for him, equivalent to “remigration.”

The federal party does not make such an effort:

Nur einen Tag, nachdem die Information veröffentlicht wurde, dass AfD-Politiker über Massenabschiebungen sprechen, wird auf dem Hauptaccount der AfD auf X der Begriff „Remigration“ verwendet: „Starten wir die Remigration jetzt“, teilt die Partei mit.

Sebastian Wippel, AfD-Abgeordneter im Sächsischen Landtag, fördert ebenfalls die „Remigration“. Auf X äußert er: „Wer die Massenmigration stoppen will, muss auch diejenigen, die sich ohne deutsche Staatsbürgerschaft und ausreisepflichtig in diesem Land aufhalten, nur vom Sozialstaat leben oder straffällig werden, zurückführen. Kein Geheimnis, sondern Parteiprogramm. #Remigration.“

Auch der berühmte Kanzlersatz „Wir müssen endlich im großen Stil abschieben“ wird von X-Nutzern mit der „Remigrationsthese“ gleichgesetzt. Auf diese Weise vermischen die Rechten bewusst verschiedene Forderungen.

Während Scholz in seinem „Spiegel“-Interview die legale und von vielen demokratischen Politikern geforderte Steigerung der Abschiebung ausreisepflichtiger Migranten thematisiert hat, beinhaltet Sellners These auch die illegale Ausweisung von Personen mit Aufenthaltserlaubnis. Darüber hinaus die (ebenfalls unrechtmäßige) Ausbürgerung „nicht assimilierter“ Eingebürgerter.

Gemäß des Grundgesetzes der Bundesrepublik Deutschland kann die deutsche Staatsangehörigkeit nicht entzogen werden. Allerdings existieren gesetzlich definierte Ausnahmefälle, in denen dies möglich ist. Eine Erweiterung dieser Ausnahmeregelungen zur politischen Regelpraxis, wie von der Remigrationsthese vorgeschlagen, würde bedeuten, dass Deutsche mit doppelter Staatsangehörigkeit stets dem Risiko der Ausbürgerung ausgesetzt wären.

Dies hätte also eine Abkehr von den geltenden Staatsangehörigkeitsrechten zur Folge. In einem solchen Zusammenhang könnte die Akzeptanz von Migranten an die Erfüllung bestimmter, subjektiv definierter Kriterien gebunden sein, wenn es nach den rechten Befürwortern dieser Idee geht.

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