No I am not. *Edit, Also yeah I am sorry, yes I am, genuely worried as the child of migrants about the curret political events, the conversations I sometimes have with people, the rhetoric I see in TV, by some politicans - particularly mainstream politicans like Maaßen, Dobrindt, Seehover, parts of the CDU and of course the AfD, an extrem right wing party that's a member of our parliament. Dude I love you, really I do, but you're living in a fucking bubble when it comes to this. I never felt as a migrant in Germany. Never. Ever. But the more of this stuff is happening, the more I feel alinated, less of a German and in some cases as a group unwated. And there are thousands of people that feel similar. People with German education, speaking the German language and German papers. I see my self as German. But the voices that tell me, no you're not! Are getting louder and more agressive. Not everywhere, not at the same time, sometimes it's geting worse, sometimes it's less. Depending on what discussion we have in the public currently. But the narrative, is getting worse. I have recently seen a jewish news paper from the early 1930s in Germany, der Israelit, that said something very similar about the Nazi party and Hitler. No reason to worry. All just fear mongering. No one's going to kill the Jews, because we have a constitutions that won't allow them etc. I didn't say that he's a fascist. He's clearly authoritarian though. His actions could lead to fascism though. But who knows what will happen in a couple of years from now.