The news report below shows the polarization in the crowd at a recent campaign rally for German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
A note from the translator:
That last sentence is very cryptic. I do not know what they mean. Do they mean to say that most who will vote in Berlin, will vote for others such as AfD? There’s no explanation for this, and comments are disabled on the original video.
|0:01||But there are also fans of the Chancellor present,|
|0:04||Merkel will not get votes from them,|
|0:07||but at least she’ll get applause.|
|0:10||After all, they have a lot to be thankful to her for.|
|0:19||“You know they don’t just whistle against Merkel,|
|0:22||they also whistle against us, they hate the refugees,|
|0:25||but that’s what I think, that’s my opinion,|
|0:28||that… they are dumb people. That is my opinion. Honestly.”|
|0:34||The division in the country…|
|0:37||It is very visible on the Thorgauer Market Plaza.|
|0:40||The peace and harmony of the Berlin Republic couldn’t be further away. (Poster: “Fully Muttiviert”)|
|0:43||Something is seething in Germany.|
|0:46||Unity is so yesterday.|
|0:49||“Asylum seekers out!”|
|0:52||“Right wingers out!”|
|0:55||[scuffle between pro and contra people]|
|1:04||Merkel only scores with a few here.|
|1:07||Those votes that matter will go to others.