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It wasn't a milestone anniversary as it was in 2014, when the country threw a jubilant party complete with fireworks and guests from all over the world. In the wake of the elections in September, newspapers have been trying to figure out why the eastern states have lurched the furthest to the right, and why German nationalism and xenophobia appear to have be getting inexorably more overt there - from the anti-immigrant Pegida marches to the anti-refugee protests in Freital and Heidenau and the outpourings of anger at Angela Merkel during her election campaign appearances over the summer.
He joined the Junge Union, the youth wing of the CDU, and he and his friend and fellow party member Michael Kretschmer paid a visit to the chancellor. Bus routes in the surrounding countryside were cancelled. And gangs from Eastern Europe started crossing the open border to steal cars. The financial crisis, the euro crisis, the refugee crisis and then same-sex marriage.The message was: finally, what belonged together had grown together, as former Chancellor Willy Brandt once predicted. It has created a multi-faceted picture showing nationalist, racist and anti-democratic elements, as well as lighter ones - and possible paths out of the populism trap.Everyone seemed to agree that the September election was a cry for attention.The rapid rise of the Af D has rocked the nation, including in the states of what was once West Germany and where the Af D are now represented in all state legislatures.Mainly, however, it has been the case in the states of the former East, where the Af D is now the second more powerful party. November 9 marked the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.