Germany

Deutsche Welle launches an Arabic-language TV channel for all Europe

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-12-14 23:38

The DW Arabic-language channel is available across most of Europe beginning December 15, 2015

How timely. Wonder how long this has been in the works? Germany's state broadcaster aimed at an international audience is making it clear it thinks Arabs are in Europe to stay. The new channel will begin broadcasting tomorrow, December 15th.

The ostensible purpose is to help Arabic-speaking migrants learn what they need to know about Germany, in their own language. According to DW, the information is designed to help refugees deal with everyday life and visits to German administrative authorities, to find job opportunites and to learn German. The channel will transmit German language courses in television format.

Bobina and Tatjana speak at 12-14 Pegida Demo

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-12-14 14:22

Another massive and very enthusiastic crowd in Dresden on December 14, 2015.

Live stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrGzvb4Z-M0&app=desktop

Tatjana Festerling gives another powerful speech in defense of the German heart and soul.

From The Epoch Times, Dec. 14, 2015:

The motto of the demonstration is currently aimed against the  deployment of the Bundeswehr to Syria.

Pegida holds the refugee crisis to be a political conspiracy to destabilize Germany and the EU nations, based on publicly known US military doctrines. Lately, Pegida criticized the Syria-deployment of the Bundeswehr.

Pegida had said from the outset in their demands that war refugees must be given temporary protection. They are opposed to the admission of economic refugees and have a zero-tolerance policy towards asylum seekers and criminal extremists whose immediate expulsion it asks.

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Germany, Immigration

Crime and corruption accompanies Muslims into Europe

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2015-12-10 18:32

Islamic kindergarten in Vienna, Austria, government funded of course. Some ask the question: Why? But that's only part of the problem.

What else would you expect? Here are just three recent stories.

http://www.epochtimes.de/politik/europa/ermittlungsverfahren-eingeleitet-staatsanwaltschaft-millionen-betrug-bei-wiener-islam-kindergaerten-a1290930.html

In Vienna's Islamic kindergartens, subsidies worth millions were apparently embezzled. The office is investigating a man behind several support teams. The controversy over the Muslim Kitas has taken on a completely different dimension.

“FORMAT” reports that Abdullah P. has controlled kindergarten associations and created strawman reports to gain unwarranted funding.
Specifically, there is a suspicion of fraud, misuse of aid and falsification of tax office documents . "The state police commissioned surveys," says Thomas Vecsey, spokesman for the Vienna prosecutor's office, to "FORMAT".

To gain access to the funding, so-called public utility receipts were forged. These confirmations are issued by the tax office for associations. They are a precondition for the disbursement of stimulus funding and other kindergarten subsidies by the City of Vienna. According to FORMAT exclusively, the total estimated damage presently is for an amount in the euro seven-figure range.

Zschäpe statement expected to be read out in court tomorrow

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2015-12-08 12:11

Her newest defense attorney, Mathias Grasel confirmed this today, with the request that any questions by the court be given in writing. Any answers will also be given in writing after Grasel and Zschäpe [pictured right] consult over the weekend. It is my understanding that no one can be forced to answer questions in court.

The farce of this case

A previous article by Deutche Welle summing up the case so far had some strange sentences. Here are a few:

“Throughout the two and a half years of the trial over the NSU murders […] the trial itself has produced some answers, but by no means all.” Notice that it's called “the NSU murders” but sufficient evidence for this has still not been found in 2 ½ years (actually 4 years).

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Germany, NSU trial

Belgium activists speak to thousands gathered in Dresden today

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-12-07 13:53

The scene in the Theaterplatz on the evening of December 7, 2015.

Live stream of today's PEGIDA rallyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXnCBsoRM1c

It is good weather in Dresden - windless and ten degrees plus. Christmas music plays. The visit of Belgians is not only from the two guest speakers, Filip Dewinter and Anke van Dermeersch of the Party “Vlaams Belang”. There is also seen a "We are the people" banner in Flemish.

6:45 Lutz Bachmann opened the rally:

"First of all, warm greetings to our patriotic brothers and sisters in France," he congratulates Marine Le Pen and the National Front for their "historic victory". That was a very clear signal, and the German press is foaming with rage. Therefore, the Front National will now be reviled - and with it their voters. This "30 percent of our neighbors occupied by right-wing" would now be labeled "right-wing". The ARD  had managed eleven times to accommodate the word right-wing in a three-minute report. "But there's the brown mob of the week!" said Bachmann.

The Heretics' Hour: Germar Rudolf – Have babies or disappear

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-12-04 11:12
 
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This is what a declining population looks like - failure to reproduce is more destructive to a people than war.

One of the world's most famous Revisionists turns his attention to the migration crisis in his native country Germany and the very low birthrate that underlies it. Germany has the lowest birthrate in Europe, below replacement level at 8.18 per 1000 people. Compare to the West African country of Niger which is first with 50 per 1000 people. The outcome is obvious. Some highlights:

  • In the US, the Amish are the model of reproductive success;
  • Secular Jews are in the same boat but fundamentalist Jews make up for it with very large families;
  • Affluence seems to brings on self-extinction, as does giving females the choice;
  • A childless couple can have 4 times the discretionary income of a couple with 3 children and a stay-at-home mom;
  • Scientific advancement plays a role, such as the birth control (anti-baby) pill in the 1960's;
  • Financial incentives don't work as well today because the two-income “family” beats it all. 1h16m

Pegida pulls large crowd, talks expansion on a rainy Monday

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-11-30 18:51

 Notice all the umbrellas opened up on this November 30th evening in Dresden.

The dark season is upon us, but this doesn't deter the Pegida  protestors in Dresden. They came out again in force and in high spirits, in spite of the rain, to hear Lutz Bachmann and Siegfried Doebritz, and two guests: Tommy Robinson from the UK and theologian Ernst Krahn from Nürnberg. But mostly they came out just to show their steadfastness in support for their cause: A peaceful, free Germany of Germans.

Tommy Robinson spoke in English while Lutz Bachmann translated into German sentence by sentence. He spoke of the inspiration Pegida has been and announced a sister movement made up of all Europe, plus Britain and Australia beginning on Saturday, February 6, 2016. [Full disclosure: I'm not fond of Tommy Robinson and am sorry to see him get a role in this movement. Well, where there's a vacuum, you know ...] 

Mass brawl of 300 refugees at Tempelhof Airport shelter

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-29 22:04

Police with numerous shackled migrants. Will they be deported as they should or just released and sent to a different shelter? Will we ever know? (Photo: Olaf Selchow)

300 migrants went off on each other at Tempelhof Airport outside Berlin. There were violent incidents in Kreuzberg and Hakenfelde (Spandau) also, requiring hundreds of police to bring order.

Two bloody incidents in Berlin refugee camps broke out on Sunday requiring police operations.
► At 2 o'clock in the afternoon at Tempelhof Airport (Hangar 3): 120 policemen separated and subdued 300 refugees who were taking part in a mass brawl!

Poll shows more German women than men worried about the refugee influx

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-29 13:11

An Emnid poll conducted for the "Bild am Sonntag"  released today shows that 48 percent of respondents were against a fourth term for Angela Merkel; only 44 percent want another Merkel candidacy in the general election of 2017. The rest have no opinion.

Because of the influx of a million refugees this year alone, it is surprising to me that only 52 percent of respondents to the survey expressed that they worried about the country's future. And that as many as 44 percent of respondents said they were not alarmed.

Among the worried are more East Germans (59 percent) than West Germans (51 percent) and more women (59 percent) than men (45 percent). 48 percent of respondents believe that Germany will change for the worse due to immigration

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Germany, Immigration

Again they come, in wet snow and rain

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-11-23 13:45

This is a photograph taken today, 11-23-15, by Siefried Daebritz. See more here.

At 6:30 in the evening, German time, the Dresden Theaterplatz fills up, with carols playing over the loudspeakers, such as "Jingle bells, Dingalingaling." On an LED screen it reads: "We are not a stage for xenophobia."

At 6:42 the Pegida anthem resounds. In the past few weeks, observers at the demo say there are at least 25,000 people on the street. The police will not give an official figure anymore. Today's speakers will be Siegfried Daebritz and Lutz Bachmann. Tatyana Festerling will not speak, but a short video by her in front of the Berlin Chancellery was shown to the crowd.

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Germany, Immigration

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