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Old February 12th, 2008 #1
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'Germany's Neo-Nazi Party Is in Self-Destruct Mode'

With the arrest of the NPD party's national treasurer on Thursday, things are looking increasingly grim for the far-right organization. Cooked books, poor finances and internal corruption are all leading to self-strangulation. Good riddance, say German newspapers.

Police in Berlin raided the national headquarters of the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD) on Thursday, following the arrest of the organization's national treasurer, Erwin Kemna, earlier that morning on suspicion of embezzlement.


Erwin Kemna, the far-right NPD party's national treasurer, was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of embezzeling hundreds of thousands of euros since 2004. If found guilty, he faces up to ten years in prison.

Kemna was detained in the western German city of Münster Thursday morning on suspicion of siphoning off €627,000 ($913,500) since 2004 from the party's funds solely for personal use. If found guilty, he faces between five and 10 years in prison.

Kemna's arrest comes at a time when the far-right party has been facing grave financial troubles, federal investigations (more...), and a demand from the Bundestag that the party repay €870,000 in defrauded funds.

A recent leak of internal documents to SPIEGEL ONLINE (more...) revealed that the party had "not enough membership revenue and only a few financial backers," and that there were deep divisions within the party. Another threat to the NPD coffers is a recent move by the 16 German interior ministers (more...) to halt state funding to organizations and foundations that espouse the party's rightist views.

Thursday's raid and the arrest of the NPD treasurer come as additional blows, and it has German newspapers buzzing with talk on Friday about how the NPD doesn't need to be outlawed to go away; it seems to be doing that just fine on its own.

The conservative newspaper Die Welt writes:

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"The state prosecutors' actions come too late. A former party member had already informed the press of illegal practices in November."

"It's apparently not only the finances of the NPD that are in bad shape. The leadership is thin, and among the few functionaries that do exist, there is hopeless division. They cannot agree on whether or not they should cooperate with their violence-prone comrades. The NPD has seats in the state parliaments in both Dresden and Schwerin, where its members' vulgar behaviour and agitation is met with displeasure. But that's not a danger to democracy. A stronger rule of law, which has just shown its teeth, is what permits such groups to exist, even if they do propagate the 'Volksland' and the 'superiority of the white race.' Banning them would just make them into martyrs. But now we have real reason to hope that the brown swamp will finally dry out on its own."

The center-left Süddeutsche Zeitung writes:

"For years brave democrats have been looking for the right switch to turn off the NPD. They have never found it. But now the NPD is doing so by itself: the neo-Nazi party has switched into self-destruct mode."

"The reports floating around -- of financial irregularities, dubious accounting, fake receipts, account statements filled with miscalculations, cooked books and bank accounts, made-up expenditures, disappeared government subsidies -- all now culminate in the arrest of the party's national treasurer on charges of embezzlement and fraud. He is said to have siphoned off hundreds of thousands of euros from party funds for himself. If this is a typical practice for other members of the party (and it looks like it), then the party is suffocating all by itself. There's nothing to object to in that."

-- R. Jay Magill Jr. 12:00pm, CET

http://www.spiegel.de/international/...534005,00.html

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Old February 24th, 2008 #2
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The number of neo-Nazis has continued to rise over the past year, the weekly Focus news magazine on Saturday cited Germany's domestic Verfassungsschutz intelligence agency as saying.

Around 4,400 neo-Nazis belonged to the hardcore German far-right scene last year which is 200 more than in 2006.

The Focus report is based on statistics released in the yet unpublished annual Verfassungsschutz report.

The German Interior Ministry refused comment on the Focus story.

The number of violence-prone far-rightists has dropped to 10,000 last year, compared 10,400 in 2006, according to the Verfassungsschutz.

Germany has been the scene of repeated brutal neo-Nazi attacks in recent months.

German Interior Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has repeatedly warned of a growing far-right problem in his country, branding it a "steadily growing danger." Schaeuble voiced earlier concern that the number of far-right crimes between 2005 and 2006 rose from 15,000 to 18,000 offenses, indicating a 9.3 percent increase.

Meanwhile, the number of anti-foreigner attacks hovered at 511 in 2006, showing a 37 percent rise from the previous year.

Political observers link the dramatic rise in the number of far-right crimes to the recent success of neo-Nazi parties in key regional elections in several east German states.

Young neo-Nazis feel more and more emboldened to commit hate crimes, knowing that police won't charge them with an offense.

Most of the suspects implicated in far-right crimes are juveniles.

Hate crime experts and sociologists have repeatedly stressed that Germany's political leadership lacks a clear and effective strategy to fight neo-Nazi and racist crimes.

http://www2.irna.ir/en/news/view/men...2688165042.htm
 
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African man pushed from train platform by 'neo-Nazi' German woman

3rd March 2008

An Aftrican man was moments from death after a German 'neo-Nazi' woman pushed him in front of a train.

A 19-year-old African man was lucky to be alive after a woman claiming to be an "admirer" of Nazis pushed him in front of an oncoming train in Germany.

The attack happened on Sunday as the man from Angola was confronted by the "neo-Nazi" woman who allegedly called him a "s**t n****r".

The woman, with shaven head and wearing skinhead-style boots, then pushed the man off the platform of the station as a commuter train approached.

With just seconds to spare two witnesses helped pull the man to safety.

The engine driver slammed on the emergency brake but he admitted he would not have stopped in time.

Some 130 people have died in neo-Nazi violence across Germany since reunification.

The case was just one of several violent incidents on Berlin's public transport system over the weekend which included the stabbing of a bus driver who had tried to protect a Turkish woman who was being harassed by two men.

The woman, who said she is an "admirer" of the Nazis, was arrested by police as she waited for another train to depart at the station.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/liv...n_page_id=1811
 
Old March 3rd, 2008 #4
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Outcry over 'anti-Semite' at German gov't agency

By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT - BERLIN

A German politician is leading calls on Germany's Federal Agency for Civic Education (BpB), which provides educational material to combat anti-Semitism and anti-Israel hatred, to sack an employee for a series of alleged fiercely anti-Israel and anti-Jewish statements.

The controversy has raised an outcry in Germany because the employee, Dr. Ludwig Watzal, is more than a simple civil servant; he writes for the Das Parlament, a paper funded by the Federal government that covers domestic and international affairs, and serves as co-editor of Apuz, an academic supplement to the parliamentary paper. He has written widely on issues related to Israel and presents himself as an expert on Middle Eastern affairs.

Watzal has openly identified himself as a BpB employee in his widely disseminated writings on the Middle East. He did so, for instance, for a November 2007 article in Lebanon Wire, an on-line news site based in Beirut, to blast the prominent Israeli historian Benny Morris, saying Morris "encapsulates all Zionism's major elements, its inherent implausibility as a practical enterprise, its arrogance, racism and self-righteousness."

Elsewhere, Watzal has written, "Now that the US has been Israelized, is the Israelization of the world imminent?"

In an e-mail to The Jerusalem Post, the head of the BpB, Thomas Krüger, wrote that the agency "has always made it clear that it does not identify with Watzal's statements as a private person, and has in fact clearly distanced itself from them."

However, Gert Weisskirchen, a leading Social Democratic Party deputy, has called Watzal's positions anti-Semitic and demanded his dismissal. German politicians tend to be extremely reluctant to accuse other public officials of anti-Semitism, a charge that carries particular weight in Germany because of its history.

Critics charge Krüger with tolerating Watzal's anti-Israeli outlook by hiding behind employee rights arguments. Belinda Cooper, a lawyer and specialist on Germany at the World Policy Institute in New York, said, "By falling back on legal arguments, the BpB is making things too easy for itself; surely, it would find a way to fire a neo-Nazi employee, if the situation came up."

When questioned about Watzal's alleged anti-Jewish views, the University of Bonn, which Watzal cites as his current academic teaching post on his CV, said that he was no longer employed by the university's institute for political science and sociology. No reason was given.

Watzal's hostile sentiments date back to the 1990s. In a widely heard German radio broadcast in 2005, Watzal said the Israeli media businessman Haim Saban's purchase of the German television pro7 outlet was "evidence of how symbiotic the relationship between power and money is. Saban's political desire is to obtain as much control as possible over the media."

Dr. Juliane Wetzel, a historian at the center for the research on anti-Semitism at the Technical University of Berlin, said Watzal "activates the typical clichés of Jewish capital and Jewish power."

Cooper said that "instead of engaging in thoughtful examination, the BpB is responding with defensiveness - as though the critics were the problem."

At a parliamentary hearing devoted to combating anti-Semitism on January 25, several specialists in the field criticized the BpB for what they said was its failure to realize that Watzal's continued employment undermined their credibility. Asked why the Interior Ministry, which oversees the BpB, had extended Watzal's contract in 2006-2007, Gabriele Hermani, the spokeswoman for the agency, declined to comment on "personnel" matters.

Following the parliamentary hearing, Watzal initiated legal action against a critic at the session and the journalist Samuel Laster in Vienna, who is the editor of the on-line Jewish magazine Die Jüdische.

"If Watzal can accuse Benny Morris of racism, why can Watzal's critics not accuse him of anti-Semitism?" said the journalist John Rosenthal, who writes for the World Politics Review and has reported on the Watzal affair.

"If Benny Morris is worried that anyone might take Watzal's opinion seriously, then it is up to him to be a big boy and defend himself with words, not by running to the courts. In a mature democracy, Ludwig Watzal would be expected to do the same. In Germany, evidently he is not," said Rosenthal.

Watzal did not respond to e-mail requests for comment for this article. Reached on his mobile phone, he said that "Mr. Weisskirchen can say what he wants," in response to Weisskirchen's assertion that his positions constitute anti-Semitism. Weisskirchen, the Social Democratic Party deputy, serves as the personal representative of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe for combating anti-Semitism.

The controversy surrounding Watzal and the BpB comes ahead of a March 16-17 visit to Israel by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her cabinet. Merkel told the German parliament on January 25 that "mainstream forms of anti-Semitism" must be combated in Germany.

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I wonder if the 'aggressive to the point of lunacy' type of Zionists mentioned in the article in post #4, have ever stopped to think they may be doing more harm than good for 'Israel' and Jews in general?
 
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29/02/2008

German Jewish leader urges Merkel to back Israel's stance on Iran

By DPA

Munich - The leader of Germany's Jewish community called on the German government Thursday to support Israel in the dispute over Iran's controversial nuclear program.


German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the President of the Central Council of Jews in Germany Charlotte Knobloch visiting the synagogue of the Israelite Culture Community in Munich Thursday.

Israel's intelligence community has information about a threat posed by Iran that strongly contradicted the "loose" assessment of the United States, said Charlotte Knobloch, president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany.

The council expects German to support the Israeli view that a hard line needs to be taken against Tehran, Knobloch said after a meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel during a visit to a new Jewish center in Munich.

Merkel said there were suspicions that Iran's nuclear program "does not conform to the rules of transparency and one cannot be certain, therefore, that it serves peaceful purposes."

The chancellor, who plans to visit Israel with members of her cabinet in the middle of March, said Germany had a special responsibility towards the Jewish state.

Knobloch said after the meeting that Merkel told her she believed the United Nations Security Council could tighten sanctions against Iran, despite diverging views among its members.

The five permanent Security Council members and Germany already agreed on the outline of a new resolution that would impose further penalties if Tehran refused to halt uranium enrichment.

The West believes Iran is trying to master the technology in order to produce nuclear weapons, a charge Tehran denies. U.S. intelligence reports said in December 2007 that Iran halted the program in 2003.

Merkel and Knobloch also discussed right-wing extremism and related anti-Semitism in Germany, with the leader of the Jewish community calling for a ban on the neo-Nazi party NPD.

Merkel said her government would do all it could to help stamp out anti-Semitism, but said this was also "a task of society as a whole."

Earlier Merkel praised the way Jewish immigrants from Russia and Eastern Europe were integrating into Germany's Jewish community

"We are very happy that we once again have Jewish life in Germany after the terrible history of National Socialism [Nazis]," the chancellor said, speaking Russian, which she learned while growing up in communist East Germany.

Merkel used the occasion to hammer on the theme of education to promote opportunity for all.

"We are an open country, but we can only be a unified country if we all have opportunity," she said.

During the visit to the new centre, Knobloch showed the chancellor around the community centre and the nearby synagogue.

The Munich synagogue was opened on November 9, 2006, on the anniversary of the "night of broken glass" in 1938 when Nazis attacked Jews and smashed synagogues across Germany.

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African man pushed from train platform by 'neo-Nazi' German woman

3rd March 2008

An Aftrican man was moments from death after a German 'neo-Nazi' woman pushed him in front of a train.

A 19-year-old African man was lucky to be alive after a woman claiming to be an "admirer" of Nazis pushed him in front of an oncoming train in Germany.

The attack happened on Sunday as the man from Angola was confronted by the "neo-Nazi" woman who allegedly called him a "s**t n****r".

The woman, with shaven head and wearing skinhead-style boots, then pushed the man off the platform of the station as a commuter train approached.

With just seconds to spare two witnesses helped pull the man to safety.

The engine driver slammed on the emergency brake but he admitted he would not have stopped in time.

Some 130 people have died in neo-Nazi violence across Germany since reunification.

The case was just one of several violent incidents on Berlin's public transport system over the weekend which included the stabbing of a bus driver who had tried to protect a Turkish woman who was being harassed by two men.

The woman, who said she is an "admirer" of the Nazis, was arrested by police as she waited for another train to depart at the station.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/liv...n_page_id=1811
What they didn't tell you is the nigger's behavior which lead to the incident:
the nigger-biest(beast) tried to come close to her and she simply reacted.
 
Old March 6th, 2008 #8
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jewsign "Anti-Semitism" @ BRD government agency, an "outcry!!!"

A German politician is leading calls on Germany's Federal Agency for Civic Education (BpB), which provides educational material to combat anti-Semitism and anti-Israel hatred, to sack an employee for a series of alleged fiercely anti-Israel and anti-Jewish statements.

The controversy has raised an outcry in Germany because the employee, Dr. Ludwig Watzal, is more than a simple civil servant; he writes for the Das Parlament, a paper funded by the Federal government that covers domestic and international affairs, and serves as co-editor of Apuz, an academic supplement to the parliamentary paper. He has written widely on issues related to Israel and presents himself as an expert on Middle Eastern affairs.

Watzal has openly identified himself as a BpB employee in his widely disseminated writings on the Middle East. He did so, for instance, for a November 2007 article in Lebanon Wire, an on-line news site based in Beirut, to blast the prominent Israeli historian Benny Morris, saying Morris "encapsulates all Zionism's major elements, its inherent implausibility as a practical enterprise, its arrogance, racism and self-righteousness."

Elsewhere, Watzal has written, "Now that the US has been Israelized, is the Israelization of the world imminent?"

In an e-mail to The Jerusalem Post, the head of the BpB, Thomas Krüger, wrote that the agency "has always made it clear that it does not identify with Watzal's statements as a private person, and has in fact clearly distanced itself from them."

However, Gert Weisskirchen, a leading Social Democratic Party deputy, has called Watzal's positions anti-Semitic and demanded his dismissal. German politicians tend to be extremely reluctant to accuse other public officials of anti-Semitism, a charge that carries particular weight in Germany because of its history.

Critics charge Krüger with tolerating Watzal's anti-Israeli outlook by hiding behind employee rights arguments. Belinda Cooper, a lawyer and specialist on Germany at the World Policy Institute in New York, said, "By falling back on legal arguments, the BpB is making things too easy for itself; surely, it would find a way to fire a neo-Nazi employee, if the situation came up."

When questioned about Watzal's alleged anti-Jewish views, the University of Bonn, which Watzal cites as his current academic teaching post on his CV, said that he was no longer employed by the university's institute for political science and sociology. No reason was given.

Watzal's hostile sentiments date back to the 1990s. In a widely heard German radio broadcast in 2005, Watzal said the Israeli media businessman Haim Saban's purchase of the German television pro7 outlet was "evidence of how symbiotic the relationship between power and money is. Saban's political desire is to obtain as much control as possible over the media."

Dr. Juliane Wetzel, a historian at the center for the research on anti-Semitism at the Technical University of Berlin, said Watzal "activates the typical clichés of Jewish capital and Jewish power."

Cooper said that "instead of engaging in thoughtful examination, the BpB is responding with defensiveness - as though the critics were the problem."

At a parliamentary hearing devoted to combating anti-Semitism on January 25, several specialists in the field criticized the BpB for what they said was its failure to realize that Watzal's continued employment undermined their credibility. Asked why the Interior Ministry, which oversees the BpB, had extended Watzal's contract in 2006-2007, Gabriele Hermani, the spokeswoman for the agency, declined to comment on "personnel" matters.

Following the parliamentary hearing, Watzal initiated legal action against a critic at the session and the journalist Samuel Laster in Vienna, who is the editor of the on-line Jewish magazine Die Jüdische.

"If Watzal can accuse Benny Morris of racism, why can Watzal's critics not accuse him of anti-Semitism?" said the journalist John Rosenthal, who writes for the World Politics Review and has reported on the Watzal affair.

"If Benny Morris is worried that anyone might take Watzal's opinion seriously, then it is up to him to be a big boy and defend himself with words, not by running to the courts. In a mature democracy, Ludwig Watzal would be expected to do the same. In Germany, evidently he is not," said Rosenthal.

Watzal did not respond to e-mail requests for comment for this article. Reached on his mobile phone, he said that "Mr. Weisskirchen can say what he wants," in response to Weisskirchen's assertion that his positions constitute anti-Semitism. Weisskirchen, the Social Democratic Party deputy, serves as the personal representative of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe for combating anti-Semitism.

The controversy surrounding Watzal and the BpB comes ahead of a March 16-17 visit to Israel by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her cabinet. Merkel told the German parliament on January 25 that "mainstream forms of anti-Semitism" must be combated in Germany.

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Old March 10th, 2008 #9
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German prosecutors say they do not believe fire that killed 9 was arson


2008-03-04

LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany (AP) - Investigators have found no evidence that a fire at a house in Germany last month that killed nine Turks was an arson attack, a prosecutor said Tuesday.

«We can say that an anti-foreigner arson attack and any other deliberate arson are extremely unlikely» as causes, prosecutor Lothar Liebig told reporters.

He said there was no indication that a flammable agent had fueled the blaze, and that it broke out Feb. 3 in a very inaccessible location beneath the first six steps of the basement of the building in the southwestern city of Ludwigshafen.

Liebig said that two girls who lived in the building had retracted their earlier statements that they had seen a man with sticks, paper and matches on the day the fire broke out.
Through extensive interviews with a child psychologist and an investigator, the girls, who were related to the four adults and five children killed in the blaze, said they had «wanted to believe» they had seen the man, in an effort to explain the disaster.

«These are very traumatized children,» Liebig said.

Liebig stressed that investigations are continuing, and said that «we have an open field of possibilities as to how a fire could have developed.

He said it likely was caused by «negligent behavior of whatever description.

Turkish investigators who participated in the inquiry told reporters they were satisfied with the investigation, saying they had no doubts that the fire broke out in the basement and that fire and police had responded swiftly.

In the days after the blaze, several Turkish newspapers carried headlines and stories drawing parallels to neo-Nazi attacks on immigrants in the 1990s and alleging that German rescue workers failed to respond promptly.

The accusations angered Germans and prompted renewed calls for better integration for the nation's minorities.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited the scene on a trip to Germany Feb. 7, urging caution among Turks quick to suspect a racial motive and thanking German rescue services for their efforts.

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Germany opposes military intervention in Syria

World | June 11, 2012 | 16:05
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BERLIN -- The German government, according FM Guido Westerwelle and Defense Minister Thomas de Maiziere, is rejecting demands for military intervention in Syria.


Guido Westerwelle (Beta, file)


Westerwelle told Die Welt am Sonntag that anyone making such demands "must be aware of the risks", and added that a capitulation of political solutions meant "turning away from the people in Syria".

''This should not be done under any circumstances'," Westerwelle was quoted as saying.

In his effort to help resolve the crisis in Syria, the German minister was conducting a peace initiative in the Middle East and Gulf states, during which he visited Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon and Turkey.

''The spread of fire, that could set the whole region ablaze, must be prevented. We, on the occasion of the very complex and dangerous situation in Syria, must not cherish false expectations that a military intervention could force a quick fix," said Westerwelle.

Defense Minister Tomas de Maiziere also made statements strongly opposing a possible military intervention.

De Maiziere, considered a close associate of Chancellor Angela Merkel, told the TAZ newspaper that it was "difficult for him to bear" for salon intellectuals from around the world speaking in favor of engagement of soldiers, while they would not be held to account as to "what that means":

''One must ask whether this would be harmful or beneficial, beneficial to whom, how long it would last, how it might be exited, what are the costs - in terms of people and money, what is the legal basis...''.

The German minister added that he "viewed with concern" the requests for military intervention, and believes that "the total weight of the consequences" is not being sufficiently taken into consideration.
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What they didn't tell you is the nigger's behavior which lead to the incident:
the nigger-biest(beast) tried to come close to her and she simply reacted.
indeed - subterfuge is always their calling card!

though - all in all fascinating articles posted by Alex.

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BUDAPEST, Hungary: Germany's former Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Hungary's prime minister and Israel's ambassador to Hungary joined hundreds of other participants at an anti-fascist rally Friday in Budapest.

The protest in Hungary's capital was in response to another demonstration held nearby by several extremist, nationalist groups, which attracted a few hundred people.

The two rallies on the narrow streets of one of Budapest's main Jewish neighborhoods were kept about 50 meters apart by metal barriers set up by police.

No violence was reported but police were checking the personal ID cards of many of those at the right-wing rally, where participants were dressed mostly in black and responded with shouts of "We're at home" to calls by the antifascists of "Nazis go home!"

Three protesters were detained, police said, without clarifying which rally they were from.

Schroeder, who was in Hungary on a business trip, said he felt compelled to attend the rally and talked about the need to defend freedom from the "violence of extremists," state news agency MTI reported.

After the rally, many of the extremists gathered outside the parliament building and, later, the nearby state television headquarters on Freedom Square, where the U.S. Embassy and a World War II Soviet memorial also are located.

Hungarian media reported that a few of the protesters climbed over a barrier around the Soviet memorial and trampled on flower wreaths that had recently been placed there.

The right-wing groups on Friday had asked for permission to hold a protest outside parliament or near Elizabeth Bridge, the largest span in downtown Budapest over the Danube River, but police denied both requests saying they did not have enough time to provide adequate security at the planned events.

Some of the radicals carried signs expressing opposition to Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and were calling for his ouster.

The prime minister has been struggling politically since late 2006, when a series of protests and riots broke out after he could be heard admitting on a leaked recording that the government had lied about the state of the economy to win re-election.

Gyurcsany's Socialist Party likely will form a minority government next month because its political partner, the Alliance of Free Democrats, plans to withdraw from the coalition, saying Gyurcsany has backed away from implementing economic reforms.

Hungary is struggling to lower what was the European Union's largest deficit in the past few years. Plans to switch from the forint, Hungary's currency, to the euro, have been postponed several times.

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Anger as German neo-Nazis protest against refugee camp

By Frank Zeller (AFP) – 10 hours ago

BERLIN — German neo-Nazis have protested against a new political refugee centre in Berlin, seeking to stoke anti-foreigner sentiment a month before elections and sparking large counter-demonstrations.

The far-right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) tried to drum up anti-foreigner feelings at a rally near the asylum seekers' centre, a former school set amid drab tower blocks in the city's east.

In angry scenes overnight, more than 500 anti-fascist protesters confronted the about 40 anti-immigration activists, who eventually left in a street tram under police protection.

Hundreds of riot police separated the groups. One officer was injured by a bottle thrown in his face. In total 25 people were arrested, one for making an illegal straight-armed Hitler salute.

Stuck in the middle have been about 80 political asylum seekers, among them seven children, mostly from war-torn Afghanistan and Syria as well as Serbia Roma and shiptar scum -- the first of about 200 people expected at the centre.

Around their temporary new home, where they arrived Monday, they have faced signs saying "No to the home" and "Have a nice flight home". Reports said some refugees had already left in fear.

The racist sentiment was widely condemned by politicians.

"It is unbearable how right-wing demagogues are trying to sow fear," said Berlin's Mayor Klaus Wowereit. "Berlin is a city that is open to the world, and that's why we must allow no space for xenophobia."

Immigration has not been a major theme in the campaign ahead of the September 22 election, and no far-right party has ever crossed the five-percent hurdle for entry into the national parliament.

But Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich warned that, despite rising numbers of asylum seekers, "these people in need must not be exploited by right-wing extremists for their propaganda of hatred".

Amid the Syrian war and other conflicts, the number of asylum seekers in Germany has risen to 52,754 people so far this year -- 90 percent more than in the same period last year.

Meanwhile, most of the refugees hunkered down inside the former Max Reinhardt high school, named after an Austrian-born Jewish theatre director who fled Nazi Germany to the United States.

One man who briefly looked out the door Wednesday was Winnie, 20, a former shopkeeper from Afghanistan who fled with his wife and child.

He said that as a Hindu he faced persecution by the Islamist Taliban and that he had paid people-smugglers $15,000 to organise a 25-day escape journey to Germany.

Baffled by the confrontations outside, he said "We don't know who is friendly to us and who is not". He added that nonetheless, "I feel safe. More than in Afghanistan."

A few blocks away, the Islamophobic group Pro Deutschland took the opportunity to launch their election campaign.

About a dozen party members were shielded by police as 100 counter-demonstrators sought to drown them out with boos and whistles.

The party's leader Manfred Rouhs, 47, charged that 90 percent of political asylum seekers in Germany turn out to be "economic refugees", and that political refugees should first seek help closer to home.

Outside the refugee centre, meanwhile, anti-fascist protesters had set up a vigil in a tent, playing music and putting up signs that said "Nobody is Illegal" and "Refugees welcome".

One activist, Florian Klein, a 25-year-old student, said that neo-Nazis had in recent weeks sought to stoke neighbourhood sentiment by spreading "fear, lies and prejudice".

"With the vigil, we want to tell the asylum-seekers, 'you are not alone, you are welcome'," he said.

"To the racists and neo-Nazis ... we want to show the red card, we want to push back."

After the dark era of Nazi Germany, he said: "We know what persecution means. If, 80 years later, there are conflicts in other countries, and other people need refuge, we must help them."

Some neighbours made a point of welcoming the refugees, among them a young family who dropped off a bag of toys from their two-year-old daughter Jasmin.

"These people really have absolutely nothing," said Cindy Laqua, 29. "And the children have the very least to do with the whole situation."

Her partner, Omar El Aoud, said the events of the past few days were "disappointing", adding: "How can you blame the people who are inside here?"


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Werte Neu-Deutsche;

wann auch immer Spiegel, Bild, ZDF, ARD, Süddeutsche, taz, FAZ, oder sonst einer eurer Nachrichtendienste sagt:

NAZIS haben Menschen ermordet.

NAZIS haben Polen überfallen.

NAZIS haben Juden verfolgt.

NAZIS haben Russland angegriffen

NAZIS haben Kunstraub begangen

dann denkt mal kurz nach. Die NAZIS, die sie meinen, waren DEUTSCHE. Wenn all diese Verbrechen von DEUTSCHEN begangen wurden, so sind eure VORVÄTER dafür verantwortlich. Die NAZIS waren keine Ausserirdischen und "euch hat der Esel nicht im Galopp verloren" (obwohl man manchmal diesen Eindruck haben kann). Also euer VOLK hat das getan. Vielleicht solltet ihr mal ein bisschen überlegen: Seht euch mal eure Alten, eure Nachbarn, eure Kinder an, passt das, ist das glaubhaft, gehört ihr zu solch einem Hunnenvolk? Oder sind das Massnahmen einer inteligenten, psychologischen Kriegführung, die noch nicht beendigt worden ist. Möglicherweise wisst ihr Neu-Deutschen garnicht mehr, dass es mal sehr einflussreiche Menschen gab, die das deutsche Volk ausrotten wollten (siehe GERMANY MUST PERRISH - Theodore Kaufman). Statt durch Sterilisation der männlichen Bevölkerung kann man dieses Ziel heute auch durch MIND CONTROL erreichen. Man pflanzt den Menschen eine neue Identität ein.

Descartes sagte COGITO ERGO SUM. Scheint mir eine gute Empfehlung. Als besondere Widmung habe ich mich hier in eurer Sprache ausgedrückt und kehre jetzt, wie üblich, in das Portugiesische zurück.

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"FREE, SOCIAL AND NATIONAL"

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It was just reported that Kevin's sister was attacked and suffered massiv beatings to her head and eyes.
She is in critical condition in a hospital.

Kevin's younger brother is 11 years old and does not leave the house because of threats from foreigners to his life.

The mayor of Stolberg however is busy consoling the poor foreigners,
that most of the Germans are not like the bad "Nazis"...
 
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Online: http://www.thelocal.de/10827/

The German Jewish Council is seeking a court order to force Google and YouTube to remove neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic content from the web.

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Jewish Council Secretary General Stephan Kramer called the US search engine giant and its video platform “accomplices in racial hatred and discrimination,” the German press agency DPA reported on Friday.

The council filed a preliminary injunction against Google, which owns YouTube, in a Hamburg court. Kramer said the companies should hire staffers to police content and ensure extremist videos are removed immediately.

“The far-right scene uses YouTube massively as a platform,” Kramer told DPA.

A video that used swastikas as a backdrop for a burning photo of former Jewish Council president Paul Spiegel stayed up on YouTube for months, he said.

“We are aware of our responsibility,” Google spokesman Kay Oberbeck said at an anti-Nazi event in Hamburg.

Oberbeck said Google has worked for more than three years with a German volunteer oversight group to sift out content harmful to minors. YouTube also relies on users to report inappropriate content.

Publishing Nazi symbols and right-wing extremist materials is illegal in Germany, but the global nature of the internet has posed problems for the country's authorities.

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London, May 26 : A former SS doctor accused of sending 900 sick children to their deaths under the Nazi euthanasia programme has been awarded a German medical association’s highest honour, even as Jewish organisations have been continuously pressurising Germany to put him on trial for murder.

He was given the Guenther-Budelmann medal by the German Federation of Internal Medicine for “unequalled services in the cause of freedom of the practice and the independence of the medical profession and to the nation’s health system”.

The decision comes as Jewish organisations continue to press Germany to put 92-year-old Hans-Joachim Sewering on trial for mass murder.

The US Anti-Defamation League, the Simon Wiesenthal Centre and an independent committee seeking his prosecution claim Dr Sewering – who says he joined the SS for “social reasons” – was an enthusiastic supporter of the euthanasia programme, a secret Nazi policy of murdering handicapped people, which ran across Austria and Germany before the Second World War.

The doctor has always denied sending children to Eglfing-Haar, a facility south of Munich where it’s alleged physically and mentally handicapped children were killed, The Telegraph reported.

Despite allegations, Dr Sewering enjoyed a brilliant career and is a former head of Germany’s doctors’ association. The Nazis are known to have coerced doctors into reporting disabled patients during “Action T-4”. (ANI)

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