Police officers made a visit at Björn Höcke’s home. The opposition leader in the parliament of the state of Thuringen is accused of having posted hate on social media. What is there to search in a home when the “crime” is committed on the internet? The officers just want to see if Björn Höcke’s words were his own words and not maybe … Lock, a squirrel! It is a classic example of intimidation and government overreach in Merkel’s “best Germany we ever had.” (note: That was her last election campaign slogan.)
The German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) was formed in the image of and is linked to the famous American equivalent of the same name. Sofia Koller, Research Fellow for The Fight Against Terror and The Extremism Prevention, has published an article on ZEIT in which she outlines Germany’s supposed responsibility for the countries nationals who joined ISIS. It should be clear that she is not just a random voice, but a representative of one of the most influential political think tanks of our time and what she has to say is horrendous.
A new data protection bill was accepted by the shared committee of both chambers of the German parliament (Vermittlungsausschuss, consolidation committee). The bill is therefore highly likely to become law. And as all newspaper articles pointed out immediately the effort serves one purpose and one purpose alone: to remove the legal obstacles to another hate speech law.
Fortunately the law will be unpractical for the purpose. in the video I will run you through the details.
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Merkel has announced her 89 policies against the right. In this episode I walk you through the tasks for the Family Ministry.
A “Family Ministry” does not only sound obnoxious and totally Orwellian, it is. So there will be a lot of youth projects to streamline the thoughts and behaviors of the impressionable young. More tax-payer money will be handed over to the migrant lobby groups. The funds of the state-run ‘German Center for Integration and Migration Research’ DeZIM will be increased. The youth protection will be less concerned with sexual content and, instead, will laser focus on banning “hate.” We will also see surveys solicited by the government which assess the satisfaction with the newly defined “democracy” Merkel has established. They are destined to end like the “international happiness studies” that are usually topped by the most autocratic regimes.
Angela Merkel has cobbled together a long list of policies to fight the “far-right”. Of course, this is not about the handful of neo-Nazis who are drunk by lunchtime. Nobody in his right mind cares about them.
The new German fanaticism will be flushed through various ministries. In this episode I will run you through the items that belong to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, the Ministry of Labour and the Ministry of Defence. Merkel’s goons don’t even shy away from lecturing others about colonialism, which was a fairly mixed period of time with positive and negative aspects.
Angela Merkel has founded a ‘Cabinet Committee for the Fight Against Right-Wing Extremism and Racism.’ On Tuesday they presented their 89-points policy catalogue replete with pure horror. So I translate it for you. Yes, I said 89 points. So this is the first of four videos. Should I fail to reach anybody, I will at least be able to say that I did my best to document the disaster. The points covered in the first video are supposed to be carried out by the Ministry of the Interior. I will also show you the given “goals” mentioned in the document. The government estimates the costs of the policies to be 1.150.000.000 EUR.
Three nights in a row squatters in Leipzig have engaged in fights with the police. While BLM are Marxists under the hood, these people are open communists who fight property. And, of course, they do so by occupying property. They also happen to hate gentrification, but they may postpone squatting until after renovations are completed. The houses are just unused anyway, or renovated, which is worse in their view because it makes the neighbourhood expensive. Why are you so critical? Who is it hurting anyway outside of the owner who is losing his retirement income or the businesses that would profit from a “gentrification” of the hood. The writings of the protest organisers exposes them. I run you through in the video.
In the night from Saturday to Sunday hundreds of feral rogues ravaged the city of Stuttgart. Many used baseball bats even though the sport is not popular in Germany. Where did they come from? Did they fight against racism? For the communist revolution? For Allah? For fun? Possibly all of it. Nobody admits to have organised anything, but their actions clearly look orchestrated.
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Berlin is preparing a new anti-discrimination law that threatens the effectiveness of the police. As it is written it invites activist groups to take legal actions. Court cases against the police could become profitable and fulfill the prophecy that every good cause begins as a well-meaning intention, develops into a business and eventually ends as a racket. The busybodies are, of course, surfing the wake of the George Floyd case.
The story of the African American, who served five years in prison for armed robbery, is a bit hyped. The noise is still deafening across the ocean. Nevertheless racism does exist. There are sensible ways to deal with it and there are people with bad intentions trying to exploit it for different reasons. Evil will always be with man. We must face the banality of it so that the cure won’t be worse than the disease.
Arson was reported in the city of Dietzenberg in our state of Hesse. When the cops arrived they were not just expected by the burning building dredger and a number of burning trash containers, but also a volley of about fifty men throwing stones at them. After more and more colleagues arrived in at least twelve police cars (a dozen of cars were damaged) and a fricking helicopter, the assailants could be scattered. Not captured. Mind you! Just scattered. After all, catching them could have hurt them and it is safer to rather keep the residents not safer. Maybe, just maybe, there is a middle ground, a sensible space between kneeling on a neck of a helpless, probably innocent person until he dies and letting yourself being beaten up by criminals caught right in the act. Maybe.