German AfD party wants to create a Fortress Europe with Italy, Hungary and Austria
During his party’s national congress, Alternative for Germany (AfD) chairman Jörg Meuthen opted for the creation of a Fortress Europe as multiculturalism failed as an ideology.
“Multiculturalism is the great ideological fallacy of the early 21st century, and with a closer look, the realisation comes what time has proven this alien ideology and utopia to be,” Meuthen said in Augsburg.
AfD chairman said the asylum policy of Merkel, Macron and Juncker drive “the creeping suicide of Europe”. He named potential allies to force stronger border protection and create a fortress Europe.
Meuthen named, among others, Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini from the euro-sceptic Lega party, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Austrian Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache.