Germany

Two law experts say Merkel acting outside the Constitution

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-01-13 21:55

Many asylum-seekers came to Germany at the invitation of Chancellor Merkel - as they saw it - and even carried her picture, hoping to win her help with their problems.

"Merkel's solo was an act of self-empowerment"

The former president of the Constitutional Court of North Rhine-Westphalia, Michael Bertrams has accused Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) of possible breach of the constitution in the refugee policy.
 
 "Going it alone has let hundreds of thousands of refugees into the country. That was very compassionate, but came with no apparent plan," Bertram writes in an article for the "Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger".

Merkel's approach raises the constitutional question of whether she had ever legitimized it. "In our representative democracy, all key decisions are - especially those with impact on the budget - in the hands of elected MPs," said Bertram, with regard to decisions of the Federal Constitutional Court on the requirement of parliamentary approval for the deployment of armed German troops abroad.

Suicide bomber who killed 10 German nationals was registered Syrian "refugee"

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-01-13 13:18

The bomber Nabil Fadli, registered in Istanbul as a refugee from Syria. This picture was published by the Turkish police on January 5.

The suicide bomber has been identified as 27-year-old Nabil Fadli, who entered Turkey from Syria as a refugee on January 5. Considering he didn't waste any time in killing some of the first Europeans he found, it's pretty clear that was what he came for.

Eleven tourists, 10 of them German, were killed and 15 wounded (7 of them German with 5 in intensive care). Chancellor Merkel offered condolences yesterday to the families of the dead without specifying Germans, but since the news broke that the bomber was a registered Syrian asylum-seeker it has fallen entirely to Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (CDU) to be Germany's spokesman on the matter. He traveled to Istanbul and called the tragedy “an attack against humanity,” playing down the German loss and emphasizing the close relations between the two countries.  In fact, he said Germans should not stop visiting their close ally Turkey because tourism must not be depressed.

Why Madam Merkel is enabling rape culture in Germany

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2016-01-12 12:10

The new protest sign in Germany after the mass sexual assauts and thefts by asylum-seekers in Cologne on New Year's Eve. Merkel's Interior and Justice ministers object to the message.

A Rape Culture that has existed in Scandinavia and England for a long time already, has now been invited into Germany. A rape culture is exactly correlated to the arrival of men from African and Middle East Muslim countries in the guise of refugees, migrants, asylum-seekers and so on. The CDU (Merkels ruling party), the SPD (Merkel's coalition-partner party) and the CSU (Merlel's sister party), say that Germany MUST accept all refugees because of some agreement Germany signed with the UN back when the world was a different place than it is now. Interestingly, some other European nations don't feel the need to slavishly follow that so-called UN agreement on refugees. 

The real reason for “multiculturalism” going full-steam ahead in these days is to hold down competing parties to the right. The Right-Wing is the evil to be avoided at all costs—even at the cost of young German women and children. Yes indeed, they are thrown to the wolves, so to speak, sacrificed for the greater good of preventing the emergence of any politics tinged with love of nation and ancestry. Racism is the number one evil to be trounced down. That means German women of all ages must be at the mercy of foreign rapists—that is really what it comes down to.

Pegida goes to Leipzig today - Watch Livestream

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-01-11 10:38

Livestream:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMbX2oLxxvE

RT coverage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nShF-YQaELA

First Anniversary Birthday celebration for LEGIDA today!

Dresden PEGIDA will be in Leipzig to help them celebrate. No demonstration in Dresden today.

Leipzig Antifa and pro-refugee groups are very extreme and mean. They will be out in force. Remember the riot they caused on December 12, 2015.

Scheduled speakers: Markus Johnke, Tatjana Festerling, Lutz Bachmann, Siegfried Däbritz, the Swiss Edigenosse Ignatz Bearth, Michael Viehmann and the speaker Helene from Chemnitz. (Festerling talked about the Cologne sex scandal)

The weather is rainy and cold - many wet umbrellas. As it turned out, there was no confrontation with the Antifa, the over 2000  police presence kept them confined. I would call the rally a big success because so many more people turned out than ever before in Leipzig. They appeared to me to be a younger crowd than in Dresden, mostly male.

Take a look at this outrageously biased report in DW. It ends with "the culprits [in Cologne] were said to have been of North African or Middle Eastern in appearance", when the police have already long established they were!  Lying Press, for sure.

Below : Three views of the large crowd at Legida 1st anniversary demo which was relegated by the city to a large parking lot. They went on their march after the main speakers were finished, with tons of police protection. Only two more short speeches when they returned.


Fredrick Töben reviews Gerard Menuhin's new book

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-01-09 11:29

Gerard Menuhin: Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil

A review by Fredrick Töben

The book has no chapters but divides into four sections, which makes for challenging reading:

I–to p 162: Thwarted: Humanity’s Last Grasp For Freedom;

II–to p 294: Identified: Illumination Or The Diagnostic Of Darkness;

III–to p 366: Extinguished: Civilization;

IV–to p 457: Final Stage: Communist Vassalage.

Section I: Thwarted:

Humanity’s Last Grasp For Freedom

The heading conveys a grave, almost certainly a pessimistic message, and so with pencil in hand I begin to read through the section and immediately notice how Menuhin’s autobiographical account of his awakening to the German problem begins at home in England between the expressed views of his mother and father on the gassing allegations. His mother reminds him that had he been about in Germany during the war, then he would have been gassed, while his father, Yehudi – 1916-1999, the world renowned violinist – never talks about the war. This creates a conceptual dissonance that is further accentuated through Menuhin spending a year at the primary section of the private Salem boarding school at Lake Constance where he feels the German children around him are just like any other children. And later he also realizes that it does not make sense to him that a highly cultured nation, such as Germany has always been, could have become a part of a genocidal plan to exterminate the Jews. The final straw moment, so to speak, occurs when he is engaged in cleaning up his late grandparents’ home and finds copies of Gerhard Frey’s National-Zeitung.

First gathering of Pegida in 2016: the beginning of a landmark year

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-01-04 14:04

This is Jan. 4, 2016, below freezing in Dresden, and the Pegida crowd looks the same as always. They are extremely faithful.

Live Stream video of the rally

6:30 In Dresden it snowed, it is very cold, minus 4 degrees and windless. The square in front of the Semper Opera fills. The Opera House projects its now-familiar slogan: "We are not a stage for xenophobia".

The Pegida opponents are at the Postplatz having a counter-demo and all around are police buses that have these demonstrators completely encircled.

In the Church of Our Lady today is the traditional prayer for peace. After that there will be a procession and some may wish to join the counter-demonstrators "Dresden Pegidafrei" initiative.

Arab Muslims “massively” molest women on New Year's Eve in Cologne

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-01-02 12:42

Young woman in Cologne, Germany celebrating the New Year 2016 provokes a culture-clash with Arab  foreigners.

Cologne is, as you might remember, one of the high spots of the Welcoming Culture in Germany. The mayor, Henriette Recker, was previously responsible for running refugee services in the city—in charge of accommodating asylum-seekers.

So it is not unexpected that about 30 women have now reported to the police that they were molested in Cologne's main train station on New Year's Eve.

A group of men encircled multiple women and “with their hands they were really everywhere. This is something I've never experienced,” said a 22 year-old victim. “When we called for help, they laughed.”

Red-Green political hack files charges against Pegida for Facebook comments

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2015-12-29 12:22

Volker Beck, an openly homosexual Green Party legislator who has called for the right of Muslims and Jews in Germany to carry on their excessively cruel Kosher/Halal style butchering of animals, is blaming Pegida for what he calls “threatening, offensive” comments on his Facebook page.

According to DW:

Beck is pressing charges against those responsible at anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim Pegida movement as well as 18 individuals who [have] posted offensive and threatening comments on his Facebook account.

"One of my posts on Facebook had 430 comments, 35 of which contained violent and/or death threats without anyone in charge [of the movement] attempting to moderate," Beck said on his Facebook page.

"The named persons openly called for me to be castrated, circumcized, suffer violence, they even called for me to be butchered kosher style," he told Berlin prosecutors according to a report by Germany's "Funke Media Group." The comments were in reaction to a post where Beck had called for religious freedom for Muslims and Jews, including the right to butcher livestock Kosher/Halal style.

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Germany, Immigration, News, Race

The German Christmas tree and ... whoops

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-12-25 11:38

What is that ugly metal contraption peeking out from behind the German National Christmas Tree standing in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin? Oh, it's a Jewish Menorah with a lighted Star of David.

Of all the eight images of "Christmas Trees around the World" posted at Deutsche Welle, Germany's is the only one with a menorah standing beside it.

That is so because Germany, in spite of inventing the lighted tree to celebrate its most beloved winter festival, is a hostage nation - hostage to the people of the Menorah. So the beautiful tree must share its place of honor with the grotesque giant candlestick representing the state of Israel. As recently written by a Spiegel essayist in English: "Israel's security is cemented as a fundamental principal of the German state." And this picture illustrates that so well.

Look for more on this subject from me in the new year. Merry Christmas!

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Art & Culture, Germany, Jews

Tattoo Criminals—Elie Wiesel should be investigated for holocaust fraud

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-12-23 17:04

The tattoo that, if seen by the public, will incite hatred for Jews, according to prosecutors and courts in Brandenburg, Germany. But why wouldn’t it incite sympathy just as well?

By Carolyn Yeager

In a Berlin court, a German man is convicted for having a tattoo resembling a concentration camp entrance on his body.

Why then is Elie Wiesel not convicted in Germany for not having a concentration camp tattoo on his body, but saying he does?

Wiesel was in Germany at least three times  impersonating a “nazi” concentration camp survivor. His first visit was in June 1986 when he spoke in Loccum, West Germany as the author of the book Night, which he claims to be a record his own experience. In Night, the main character is  tattooed with the number A7713 on his left forearm, which Elie claimed under oath in California is still there on his arm. Apparently, no one in Loccum asked to see it.

He returned the next year in November 1987 and spoke in a modern conference center inside the shell of the destroyed Reichstag. The title of his talk was “Reflections of a Survivor” in which he, as in the prior year, couldn’t keep from speaking words of blame toward the German people.  Continue reading ...

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