Thousands of anti-racism protesters gathered near the Brandenburg Gate, in central Berlin, Sunday, to demonstrate against Alternative for Germany (AfD) ahead of the party's first day in the German Bundestag. The large crowd listened to speeches and later peacefully marched towards the German Parliament bearing signs such as «A cap? Sure! For Nazis!» «I think the generation before us was more... Еще political than us, and it is about time for our generation to take to the streets,» said Berlin resident Simon. Another local, Marcus, said: «I don't believe we have 1932 ahead of us. I think that would be a wrong comparison. But I am concerned.» The AfD is on Tuesday entering the German parliament following September's federal elections in which it secured 12.6 percent of the vote.