ZEIT ONLINE, Germany’s most influential blog among political elites, posts an article today that makes clear that you are a racist.
You may think that you have no race theory, don’t care for skin colours, identify as a centrist, and that detesting everything on the right would make you … not a right-winger. Wrong! As it turns out you are a right-winger. You are even a Nazi.
Decades of bullying have paid off and so the article begins with the sentence, “Nobody wants to be on the political right in Germany, not even right-wingers.” What a success to have successfully shamed everybody. Great.
ZEIT ONLINE admits that right-wing populism is most successful among former voters of leftist party SPD. Particularly workers and low-level employees prove to be on the right, they say. (BTW the contempt of the left for the poor is disgusting.)
Strange enough the article also confirms that leftist voters are in the demographics of old white men, who are usually described as utterly evil and thus conservative.
A study is presented that shocks us with young apprentices and workers who are in favor of helping refugees. Yet still, of course, they are Nazis.
As it turns out they want the tepid German criminal code to divvy out harder punishments, speak out against some social welfare measures and suspect immigrants of terrorism (which, of course, is far fetched). Approval for what the study describes as ‘authoritarian’ and ‘nationalist’ positions is at 80%.
Worrying for ZEIT ONLINE is that the assessed Nazis, sorry, interviewees substantiate their claims with their own experience and “rumors”
rather than to blindly trust media outlets like ZEIT ONLINE.
Of course, ZEIT ONLINE realises how the gap between self-description and positions has to do with decades of hegemonial bullying by the left.
In school they are taught what to say and what not, admits ZEIT ONLINE, yet, arguments for the only right view are not provided. Huh!
Not a second is wasted on whether any given arguments by the youths are valid or not. Germans don’t debate. They pronounce.
As the subjects are young, personal friendship to refugees might bring them closer to the dogma. Next stop for the team behind the study: A regional analysis about how Nazi what area in Germany is.
Divide and conquer!