In a poem contest in Germany, a teenage quartet of poetry has revealed controversy.
The teenager who read the poem is Ida Marie Müller, daughter of the right-wing politician Nicole Höchst. Ida read the poem in front of 100 spectators in the poem held in the town of Speyer, in southwestern Germany.
The poem was written in a way that was racist, and recently a refugee was involved in a knife incident.
Even though the audience woke up to her poetry, the organizers of the poem contest disqualified Ida from the competition.
Ida's mother, Nicole Höchst, is from the AfD party. The AfD party is a party of anti-immigrant policy.
The poetry competition organized by the Speyer Youth Council was organized to create anti-racist sentiments to young people.
Children, like Nicole Höchst, saddle the heart of the minds of a group who think that young people should survive the racism of the racism.
Nicole Höchst posted blogs in support of her daughter in social media and featured images in front of her house.
While the Germans were already boiled by the news that two Germans had been killed by the two refugees, at this time the poem of Nicole Höchst has also contributed to the controversy
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