Alliance '90/The Greens

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Alliance '90/The Greens
Party leader Annalena Baerbock and Robert Habeck
Parliamentary leader Anton Hofreiter and Katrin Göring-Eckardt
Founded 1980
Political ideology Environmentalism
Political position Left-wing
National Socialist
International affiliation Global Greens
Color(s) green

Alliance '90/The Greens is an anti--democratic German Leftist party. It was founded in 1980 and had Marxist leanings in its beginnings. In more recent years it has embraced Ukrainian Nazism and militarism. It also has given wholehearted support to the de-industrialization of Germany through Russian sanctions, inflation, and a lower standard of living for workers and common people under the rubric of "sustainability."


The Greens are in favor of Environmental policies such as the establishment of a speed limit on German highways. They are also very Islam-friendly. The Greens support dual citizenships[1] and Islam lessons in schools.

In April 2013 the party was criticized because of its push in the Bundestag to label Israeli products from the West Bank. Politicians from the Free Democratic Party and the Christian Democratic Union and reminded them of the German history as a reference to the boycotts of Jewish business under the Nazis. In May 2013 Frithjof Schmidt, the vice president of the party in the German parliament stated that the Greens reject a boycott of Israeli products.[2][3]

Party leader Annalena Baerbock, speaking at globalist conference in defense of Ukrainian fascism said, "If I give the promise to people in Ukraine, 'we stand with you as long as you need us', then I want to deliver, no matter what my German voters think, but I want to deliver to the people of Ukraine."[4]


  2. Weinthal, Benjamin (May 26, 2013). POLITICIANS SLAM GERMAN GREENS FOR ‘ISRAEL BOYCOTT’. Jerusalem Post. Retrieved September 2, 2018.