Germany

Angela Merkel's disgraceful, dithering New Year's speech

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2018-01-03 01:21

Angela Merkel poses for her annual New Year's speech to the German nation on December 31, 2017.


HERE IS CHANCELLOR ANGELA MERKEL'S SPEECH ON NEW YEAR'S EVE, with commentary by Dr. Rainer Zitelmann as provided by WallStreet-Online.de. Rainer Zitelmann (right) first made a name for himself as an historian and journalist; later he established the leading public relations firm in the real estate industry. Many citizens will find Merkel's New Year's speech an imposition, says Wall Street-Online.

Merkel: "Dear fellow citizens, I greet you warmly, and I am pleased to have the opportunity to give you some thoughts on this New Year's Eve day as well as on the dawn of the new year. I know from numerous conversations and encounters this year that many of you are worried about cohesion in Germany. "

German Justice Minister calls abortion law a “relic of the Nazi era”

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2017-12-02 14:51

Heiko Maas is one of the SPD lefties in Angela Merkel's "Grand Coalition" government cabinet.


By Carolyn Yeager

GERMANY'S JUSTICE MINISTER UNDER CHANCELLOR ANGELA MERKEL, HEIKO MAAS, a member of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) has called for a Hitler-era law banning doctors from advertising abortion services to be changed.

Maas called paragraph 219a of the German criminal code a "relic of the Nazi era when the state controlled citizens' bodies.” The paragraph states that anyone who publicly "offers, announces [or] advertises" abortion services is to be punished with up to two years in jail or must pay a fine. Under the law, German medical practitioners can only offer abortion information in private consultations.

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Germany demands 96-year-old spend four years in prison to satisfy holohoax guilt

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-12-01 14:36

Ninety-six-year-old "Auschwitz criminal" Oscar Groening is directed to where he should sit in the courtroom where he is on trial for admitting to a pack of lies. (photo courtesy of https://kopfschuss911.wordpress.com)


By Carolyn Yeager

THE GERMAN FEDERAL PUPPET STATE has the dubious honor of wanting to put a 96-year-old German citizen in a prison cell for 4 years … meaning he will be 100 years old when he gets out. Why should anyone, anywhere put a 96-year-old in prison? To protect what?

Ah, to protect the standing of the Jews in Germany! Jews are highly organized for their interests, and in today's Germany they carry a lot of weight. They want to keep finding 'Nazis' to prosecute, forever if they can. When the last Germans who set foot in Auschwitz are gone, they will go after their children and grandchildren.

How Deutsche Welle broadcasting promotes Holocaust disinformation and denies the truth

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-11-24 14:08

By Carolyn Yeager

DEUTSCHE WELLE, GERMANY'S INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC BROADCASTER, was founded in 1953 with the mission to convey Germany as a “liberal, democratic state based on the rule of law.” In this capacity, it commonly puts out false and/or misleading statements when covering the subject of the “Holocaust.”

It's latest online article on Ursula Haverbeck (right, appearing in court in 2017) is a good case to study. Titled “Appeal postponed again in 'Nazi Grandma' Holocaust denial case,” the article contains several errors or falsehoods that can be imputed to DW policy. The first is this sentence:

Under German law, denial of the Holocaust — in which 6 million Jews were murdered by the Nazis — constitutes incitement of racial hatred.

Student's feeling of sadness at German Stalingrad soldier's grave sets off furor in Russia

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-11-22 11:28

By Carolyn Yeager

IN LIGHT OF MY PREVIOUS POST: Advice-giving White men who think Germans should get off their knees and stand up to the world again should actually be asking the rest of the world to lay off the “Nazis” instead. And do they? It's they, too, who won't stop contributing to the unfair defilement of Germany's past.

An illustration of this cropped up when a Russian high school student, part of a joint German-Russian school project on the fates of military prisoners on both sides in WWII, spoke in the German Bundestag last Sunday on the National Day of Mourning. There were three German students from Kassel and three Russian from Novy Urengoy (in Siberia). Above right: Sixteen-year-old Nikolai Desyatnichenko gives his short speech in the Bundestag on Sunday, Nov. 19.

Carolyn on John Friend's Realist Report again

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2017-10-23 15:25
 
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Six of the 26 Orthodox Jews arrested for substantial welfare fraud during the June-July sweep by the New Jersey Ocean County prosecutor's office. Don't you think these people should be in Israel?


ON SUNDAY, OCT. 22, I HAD THE PLEASURE of speaking with John Friend again on his Realist Report podcast. We discussed the situation in Lakewood, New Jersey (see my posts for Oct. 19 and Oct. 21 on this page) and how it is a prime example of the way Orthodox Jews living in White democratic societies subsidize their traditional life of male religious study by cheating our generous welfare programs.

The recent elections in Germany and Austria came up for some explanation as to how they are adding momentum to the political move toward the right and anti-immigration in Europe. We also had a lively conversation about Richard Spencer's latest appearance at the University of Florida and the "Alt-Right" in general. From there, we moved to Mark Weber (who declined to be a guest on John's podcast) and to Kevin MacDonald. So much to say,  so little time. But I think it is a good program and hope you will listen. 1h17m

Yep, “Holocaust Denial” is a criminal act, punishable by imprisonment—go figure

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2017-10-16 14:44

Ursula Haverbeck sits in a Berlin court today with her attorney to answer new charges filed against her for a "holocaust-denying" statement she made on January 30th last year. She was sentenced to a six-month prison term.


By Carolyn Yeager

TODAY, OCTOBER 16, 2017, 88-YEAR OLD URSULA HAVERBECK was once again dragged into court, convicted and sentenced to 6-months in prison for the ridiculous "crime" of saying there were no homicidal gas chambers at Auschwitz. This makes her a "holocaust denier." (See my latest article here) This particular crime took place during an event in Berlin on January 30, 2016.

Haverbeck has in the past called the Holocaust "the biggest and most sustained lie in history."

She has also filed charges against Germany's Central Council of Jews for "prosecuting innocent people."

Getting public statements correct

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-09-29 13:43

By Carolyn Yeager

EVERYWHERE I AM READING THAT Alexander Gauland (above), a leader of the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party in Germany, has said that Germany should be proud of what its military did in WWII. This gives quite a different impression than what Gauland actually said, which was that he specified 'soldiers'.

A current article by a Jew for the Australia Israel & Jewish Affairs Council is one of the few who gets it right and actually uses quotes rather than paraphrasing and twisting the meaning of what Gauland said. Shmuel Levin writes:

Germany exit polls: AfD takes 13% in very strong showing

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2017-09-24 14:10

Top candidates Alexander Gauland (Brandenburg) and Alice Weidel (Baden-Wurttemberg) are cheered at the AfD election night headquarters after leading the party to an impressive showing. They will hold a press conference tomorrow. There is video of the crowd celebrating at the official AfD web site. The regular press refuses to show anything positive about the party.


September 24, 2017

THE RIGHT IS CELEBRATING A MAJOR VICTORY TONIGHT IN GERMANY, while Angela Merkel has been badly bruised. The 2017 Federal election exit polls, always very accurate in Germany, show the four-year-old anti-immigrant Alternative fur Deutschland party with a stunning 13% share of the vote, whereas 11% was the highest that had been anticipated in the mainstream media.

Merkel's CDU-CSU coalition party was reduced to only 33% and the once dominant Social Democrat party is sitting at a palty 20.8%. You can follow the projected results here. Reuters also has a live thread here.  Interactive Map of how Germans voted here. This is not the final tally, which will probably not be available until tomorrow. But it's the best possible news for our beseiged beloved homeland, thanks to the persistence of patriots!

The AfD won 94 seats in the Bundestag. Projected votes for AfD in Western Germany are at 11% of the electorate, and a whopping 21.5% of the electorate in Eastern Germany.

The final tally is: 12.6% for the Alternative fuer Deutschland party; 10.7 for the Free Democrats (Corporate Libertarians); 9.2 for The Left (Communists); 8.9 for the Greens (Gays and Pedophiles). The CDU/CSU (Conservatives) won 30.2% and the SPD (Socialists) 20.8.

This post may still be updated.

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News from Germany/Europe

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-09-08 12:58

Switzerland voted to ban the construction of minarets in 2009 via a referendum. German Justice Minister Heiko Maas says such a move would be unconstitutional in Germany as he seeks to scare voters away from AfD candidates.


Justice Minister Heiko (the mouse that roars) Maas warns that AfD's "election manifesto" may contain unconstitutional goals. He WARNS in an article in a Frankfurter newspaper that “for the first time since 1949, a party is likely to clear what's known as the 5 percent hurdle to be represented in the Bundestag with an election manifesto that is partly unconstitutional.” What is unconstitutional? He points to the AfD call for a ban on minarets in Germany – those high towers on mosques that call the faithful to prayer. Such a ban is based on the fact that it changes the characteristic and historic look of German towns which are dotted with modest Christian church towers. Maas cites Germany's Basic Law that permits "freedom of religion" and prohibits "discrimination on the grounds of faith or religious beliefs." He omits to say that such a measure would have to be voted on by the Bundestag.

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