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Sep 23 06:05

Hungary’s Holocaust museum triggers bitter conflict between Jewish groups

The planned opening of a Holocaust museum in Budapest has triggered an acrimonious exchange between the European Jewish Congress and Chabad of Hungary. In a statement Monday, EJC President Moshe Kantor called the Hungarian Chabad affiliate EMIH a group with "no tradition and no historical roots in Hungary" that is favored by the government for its moral pliability but not by local Jews. EMIH fired back by calling Kantor a dodgy oligarch who is ignorant of Hungarian history. The unusually harsh exchange is an escalation in the controversy over the House of Fates state-funded museum ahead of its opening next year under the ownership of EMIH ... The boycott was over the government's appointment of Maria Schmidt, a historian who has equated Nazism and communism, to head the museum.
Note: Coming soon a holocau$t museum in every city in every country yearly admission $100.00. HOLOCAU$T!

Sep 23 05:53

Hitler 'stopped advancing on British troops at Dunkirk for a PEACE treaty' author claims

A British writer believes he may have uncovered the mystery behind Hitler's decision to stop German troops advancing on Allied Forces at Dunkirk - despite having them almost surrounded ... Hitler's attempt at a peace treaty with Britain was rejected by the Prime Minister on Oct. 10, 1939 ... but Mr Davis claims the dictator may have tried again during the Battle of Dunkirk. He added: "What is known is that on the day Hitler stopped the troops advancing his generals reported in their diaries that he was in very good humour and told them the war would be over within days or weeks. Ten days after the German tanks began to attack France, General Jodl wrote in his diary that the Führer was 'beside himself with joy,' adding that he was 'working on the peace treaty.' After which he [Hitler] told them he would make a 'just peace' settlement with Britain."

Sep 21 10:10

Far-right AfD second only to Angela Merkel's weakening conservatives

A poll shows Germany's ruling coalition continuing to lose voter support, with the far-right AfD as the main beneficiary. And one conservative politician in particular seems to have lost the trust of the electorate.

Sep 20 09:32

DESPITE PLEDGE NOT TO, GERMANY APPROVES SALE OF WEAPONS TO SAUDI ARABIA

With Saudi Arabia forever escalating their war in Yemen, the growing calls by human rights groups to stop selling them arms with which to commit war crimes are struggling to compete with the vast sums of money the Saudis are offering for those arms.

Germany is the latest to renege on promises to ban weapons sales for use in the Yemen War, announcing Wednesday that the Economy Minister has greenlit a new round of artillery systems for sale to the Saudis.

The systems are designed for precise counterattack, and are clearly being bought explicitly to use in Yemen. Yet the Merkel government, as part of its coalition deal, announced a full export ban to “any sides fighting in Yemen,” including the Saudis.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Congratulations, German Prime Minister Merkel, for committing the German people to yet more assassination and genocide of the Yemeni people, and what you have done here looks like this (and no, these images are NOT photoshopped):

images: Yemeni children killed, courtesy of US/enabled Saudi bombing raids over their country

Images: Yemeni children starving to death, courtesy of US-enabled Saudi blockades of Yemeni ports

Images: Yemeni children dying of (potentially weaponized) cholera

Glad you're morally happy with this choice, Prime Minister Merkel, and German arms makers are laughing themselves all the way to the bank from the coming wanton destruction of Yemeni lives by the Saudis.

Sep 19 11:24

‘UK must SUFFER!’ Angela Merkel makes shocking Brexit attack

ANGELA Merkel was quoted as saying “the UK must suffer a little bit” in the Brexit negotiations, the same day Theresa May warned MPs that if her Chequers proposal is not supported in the House of Commons the UK will face a "no deal" Brexit.

Sep 19 08:51

Suspected Murderer of Chemnitz Resident Released Over Lack of Evidence – Lawyer

Iraqi citizen Yousif A., 22, a suspect in the murder of Daniel Hillig, a resident of Germany's Chemnitz, was released from custody on Tuesday, defendant’s lawyer Ulrich Dost-Roxin said.

The suspect's arrest warrant was revoked due to lack of evidence, according to the lawyer. Dost-Roxin pointed out that the witnesses had failed to identify Yousif A. as the perpetrator, and the police never found his fingerprints on the knife thought to have been used in the crime.

Sep 18 09:28

German domestic spy chief removed, set to take up Interior Ministry post amid migrant row

Hans-Georg Maassen has been removed as the head of Germany's domestic intelligence agency and will become a senior official in the interior ministry. That's after he questioned videos of far-right violence in Chemnitz.

The move is being seen as a compromise between the Social Democrats, who had demanded Maasen's removal, and conservative Interior Minister Horst Seehofer.

It comes after he cast doubt on the authenticity of a video showing far-right protesters chasing migrants after the fatal stabbing of a German man by migrants in the city of Chemnitz.

Sep 18 08:41

'Ready for Serial Production:' Germany Welcomes First Ever Hydrogen Train

Germany has unveiled the world’s first hydrogen-powered train, thereby marking a historic step to challenge the leadership of the highly polluting diesel trains with a more eco-friendly transport option.

A 100-kilometer (62-mile) rail stretch connecting the cities of Cuxhaven, Bremerhaven, Bremervoerde and Buxtehude in northern Germany saw on Monday two cutting edge blue Coradia iLint trains, built by French TGV-maker Alstom.

In this Aug. 21, 2017 photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, a Fuxing bullet train, China's latest high-speed train, arrives at a train station in northern China's Tianjin Municipality

According to Alstom CEO Henri Poupart-Lafarge’s statement at the ribbon-cutting ceremony in Bremervoerde, the world’s first hydrogen train is “entering commercial service” and is ready for mass production.

Sep 17 10:44

Merkel Reportedly Decides to Fire Intel Chief After Chemnitz Unrest Remarks

The head of Germany's BfV has come under fire from politicians after a controversial interview where he expressed his doubts about the authenticity of the footage showing alleged attacks by right-wing activists on migrants in Chemnitz. In his comment, the intelligence chief said that there was good reason to believe that the video was a fake.

Head of the German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) Hans-Georg Maassen will soon be dismissed by Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has already made up her mind on the issue, Die Welt reported, citing anonymous sources within the ruling coalition.

Sep 16 12:19

No Chance Berlin Will Buy US LNG, Regardless of Trump’s Efforts – German Media

The US president has criticized European nations, specifically Germany, for continuing to buy Russian natural gas and supporting the construction of the Nord Stream-2 pipeline. Trump suggested that the EU should buy liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the US, despite it being more expensive.

Germany is unlikely to buy the LNG that Washington has offered it as an alternative to Russian gas as Berlin doesn't need it, the German business newspaper Handelsblatt wrote on September 13. The newspaper wrote that the only reason that the German chancellor would be interested in US LNG would be to appease US President Donald Trump ahead of crucial trade talks between the US and the EU.

Sep 15 11:05

MSM WILL NOT TELL YOU THIS: Germans Are Very Upset! It Is the Köthen Turn Now!

Sep 14 10:32

Russia & Germany reaffirm support for Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline – Lavrov

"We’ve discussed the complex of issues related to energy cooperation and confirmed the support for the Nord Stream 2 project, which is of a commercial nature and the implementation of which will strengthen the energy security of the European continent," said Lavrov after a meeting with his German counterpart Heiko Maas in Berlin.

Sep 14 10:15

TRAIN FROM CHINA TO GERMANY | 4 ENGINES TO PULL 200 CONTAINERS | WORLDS LONGEST TRAIN EVER

Sep 14 09:41

Merkel Melts Down After Thousands Of Germans Protest Violent Migrants

The German chancellor was heckled during a lively Bundestag debate by the head of the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party (AfD), Alexander Gauland, who accused her of dividing Germany with her immigration policy, endangering peace and spreading fake news by supporting controversial evidence that far-right protesters were hounding foreigners through the streets. -Guardian

Merkel shot back, acknowledging the anger felt over the stabbing - however she said that "there is no excuse or explanation for rabble-rousing, in some cases the use of violence, Nazi slogans, hostility towards people who look different, to the owner of a Jewish restaurant, attacking police."

She also responded to comments made by the head of Germany's BfV domestic intelligence agency, Hans-Georg Maaßen, who criticized her spokesman for characterizing the anti-immigrant protesters as "hunting" immigrants.

Sep 13 15:40

German Catholic priests 'abused thousands of children'

More than 3,600 children in Germany were assaulted by Roman Catholic priests between 1946 and 2014, a leaked report has revealed.

The study was commissioned by the Church itself, and was due to be published on 25 September.

According to the report, some 1,670 clergymen in Germany committed some form of sex attack on 3,677 minors, German outlet Spiegel Online reported.

A Church spokesman said it was "dismayed and ashamed" by the findings.

The report is the latest in a long series of revelations that have uncovered decades of sex abuse by Roman Catholic priests around the world.

Sep 13 12:08

Iran WARNING: US tells airlines not to fly through airspace as WW3 fears rise

The advisory also warns military activities linked to the bloody conflict in Syria have been ramped across Iran's airspace.

Tensions between Tehran and Washington are running high following Donald Trump’s controversial decision to pull out of the landmark Iran nuclear deal re-introduce economic sanctions last month.

Flight Service Bureau, which provides safety information on airspace to airlines, said "without seeming alarmist", the deteriorating relationship between the US and Iran must be taken into account when planning flights in Iran's airspace.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is getting just about as serious as is a heart attack: I find myself very alarmed at these developments.

Sep 13 10:46

Father of German Man Murdered by Migrants Heckled and Called ‘Nazi’ After Speaking Out

The father of a 30-year-old killed by migrants was heckled by far-left activists at a demonstration in Schweinfurt over the weekend and labelled a “Nazi” for speaking about the case of his son.

Karsten Hempel attended the demonstration “Kandel is Everywhere”, a reference to the murder of 15-year-old Mia from the town of Kandel who was stabbed to death by her migrant ex-boyfriend in December last year, on Saturday to talk about his own experience losing his son, German news website Journalistenwatch reports.

His son, 30-year-old Marcus Hempel, was killed in 2017 in Wittenberg after being beaten by two Syrian asylum seekers. According to Karsten, the public prosecutor’s office claimed that the Syrian had killed his son in self-defence and suspected his son of starting the confrontation with xenophobic rhetoric.

Sep 13 10:45

Controversial ‘Anti-Islam’ Book Shoots to Top of German Best Seller List

A new book that is highly critical of Islam is now the number one bestselling non-fiction book in Germany, selling well over 100,000 copies less than two weeks after its initial release.

The book, entitled Hostile Takeover: How Islam Impedes Progress and Threatens Society, is the latest from former Social Democrat (SPD) politician and former member of the Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank, Thilo Sarrazin. Hostile Takeover now leads Der Spiegel‘s bestseller list for non-fiction.

Mr Sarrazin is no stranger to controversy in Germany, having already published a harsh criticism of the country’s multicultural experiment entitled Germany Abolishes Itself in 2010. He has also become a leading thinker in Germany’s new right, which is largely centred around the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD).

Sep 13 10:25

‘Bird sh*t!’ German politician tells AfD leader he ‘belongs in dung heap’

The German Bundestag served as the scene of a colorful squabble when a politician unexpectedly referred to another’s remarks as “bird sh*t,” shouting that he belongs in a “dung heap.”

The audience was initially respectful when the co-leader of the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, Alexander Gauland, took to the podium during a Wednesday session to speak about migration and Syria.

"The interior minister has called migration the mother of all problems. We should fight against the root causes of migration in Africa and Asia,” Gauland said.

Sep 12 11:00

Merkel Won't Tolerate Syrian Chem Attacks, German SDP Says UN Op Approval Needed

The statement comes following the announcement of the United States, Britain and France that they have agreed that any use of chemical weapons by the government of Syria would result in a larger-scale punitive strike than those launched in April 2017 and April 2018.

Germany supports the political settlement of the crisis in Syria, but will not ignore the use of chemical weapons in the Middle Eastern country, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday.

"Our foreign policy principle is to support political efforts. Therefore, of course, we participate in Syria as part of small formats, the Astana format and the UN-led format, but we cannot but pay attention to the fact that chemical weapons are used somewhere, the international convention is violated," Merkel said in her address to the German parliament.

Sep 11 15:10

German military strikes on Syria would be ‘absurd & irresponsible’ – Left Party chair

The leader of Germany’s Left Party hit out at the government for mulling potential military strikes against Damascus, just one day after Berlin said it was in talks with allies about possible German military deployment in Syria.

“I believe that these discussions are completely irresponsible,” Die Linke (the Left Party) leader Sahra Wagenknecht told German N-TV, adding that discussing such plans is “absurd.”

Sep 11 08:28

Number of Germans killed by foreigners highest in years – police

Number of murders of Germans by foreigners is on the rise, new police figures of closed murder cases reveal amid anti-immigrant protests and counter-rallies in Chemnitz.

A total of 731 homicides were registered in Germany last year. In at least 83 of the cases where the victim was German, law enforcement identified at least one non-German suspect, the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) revealed to Welt am Sonntag. While the BKA’s numbers fail to specify the nationality of the suspects, the new figures show that cases involving a “non-German” suspect rose significantly in 2017, compared to 62 cases registred in the previous year.

Sep 10 13:20

Merkel reportedly weighing German involvement in Syria, coalition partner says ‘Nein’

Amid reports that the German Defense Ministry is considering getting involved in the Syrian conflict, SPD leader Andrea Nahles, a coalition partner of Angela Merkel, has completely ruled out supporting any such intervention.

With the Syrian government, backed by Russian airstrikes, set to crack down on Islamist rebels in the province of Idlib, Nahles said on Monday that she would not support German intervention, even if Bashar Assad’s government uses chemical weapons.

Sep 10 10:41

Kothen joins Chemnitz: Protests after 2 Afghans arrested over man’s death in east German city

Hundreds have taken to the streets of the eastern German city of Kothen, after a 22-year-old man died following a brawl with two Afghan nationals, who were then arrested. Medics say the man suffered a heart failure.

The victim apparently intervened in a dispute over a German woman, which, according to witness reports, involved the two suspects and a third Afghan man. The German tabloid Bild reported that the argument was about who got the woman pregnant.

Sep 10 10:37

Germany: Anti-Immigration Party Surges In Popularity

The murder of a German citizen by two failed asylum seekers in Chemnitz, and the attempted cover-up by German police, has contributed to a surge in support for the anti-immigration party Alternative for Germany (AfD), which, according to a new poll, has overtaken the Social Democratic Party (SDP) to become the second-strongest political force in Germany.

Support for the AfD has increased to 17%, while backing for the SPD has fallen to 16%. Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU)/Christian Social Union (CSU) alliance is at 28.5%, according to an Insa Institute poll published by the newspaper Bild on September 3.

Sep 10 10:14

Germany May Join Possible Western Airstrikes on Syria - Reports

Germany may join possible airstrikes on Syrian government forces by western nations in the event chemical weapons are used by Damascus, according to local media.

The German Defense Ministry has been mulling over joining possible airstrikes by the United States, the United Kingdom and France against Syrian government forces, Bild reported. The ministry is considering this option in the event of a possible use of chemical weapons in Syria, which they presume will be carried out by Syrian government troops, the outlet said.

Earlier in the day, French Minister for the Armed Forces Florence Parly said that if chemical attacks are carried out in Syria,a response will follow, including those from France.

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Sep 10 07:37

UK Abandons Plans to Fully Withdraw Troops From Germany by 2020 - Reports

UK State Secretary for Defense Gavin Williamson has ordered hundreds of the country's servicemen to remain on German territory despite earlier plans for a complete troop withdrawal, local media reported.

The UK's original plans provided for the full withdrawal of troops by 2020, but Williamson's order stipulates that 200 UK servicemen and their family members will remain in Germany after this deadline, The Sunday Times newspaper reported.

Sep 10 07:37

New Rally to Be Held in Chemnitz as German Citizen Dies in Clash With Afghans

A new anti-migrant rally will be held in the southeastern German city of Chemnitz, as a 22-year-old German national was killed late on September 8 in a clash with a group of Afghan citizens, the Pro Chemnitz right-wing movement has announced.

The German national was fatally stabbed in the city of Kothen, located in the Saxony-Anhalt state. The German Bild newspaper reported, citing local police and prosecutors, that two suspects, both Afghan citizens, had been detained.

"The madness goes on! The Germans are slaughtered everywhere like cattle, we can't let this happen! Everybody come to the Karl Marx monument [in Chemnitz] on Friday," Pro Chemnitz posted on Facebook.

Sep 10 05:55

The Buck Stops Here: Europe Seeks Alternative to U.S.-Dominated Financial System:

Germany and France complain that the U.S. is abusing sanctions power to bully even its allies.

In a sign of how serious the breach between Europe and the United States is during the Trump era, senior officials in France and Germany are increasingly planning ways to sidestep U.S. financial dominance and the global sanctions power that goes with it.

>>>

Sep 09 07:21

'F**k Off Google': Berlin 'Occupy' Branch Protests Against Tech Giant’s Campus

The group of activists attempted to occupy a building intended to be part of Google’s campus in a bid to prevent the internet giant from coming to their city. They claim that it will cause rents to rise in the district and that the building could be used for better purposes.

Sep 08 09:55

US Sending 1,500 More Troops to Germany

After reports in recent months that the US was considering withdrawing its military from Germany. On Friday, however, the US announced that it will be sending an additional 1,500 troops to Germany in the next two years.

The new troops are headed to Grafenwuhr, and will include field artillery and a pair of multiple-launch rocket system battalions. Other units are being sent to Ansbach and Baumholder.

Army officials issued a statement saying the deployment proves “our continued commitment to NATO and our collective resolve to support European security.” Mostly it’s just an increase in US troops deployed to Europe.

Sep 08 09:10

NY Times: German Idea to Fight Anti-Semitism: Make Immigrants Tour Concentration Camps

Even by the standards of today's Germany, this true story is one for the comedy writers. It seems that the Communists and sanctimonious libtards of Germany have been bitten in the rump by the law of unintended consequences. You see, by opening the immigration floodgates of dying Deutschland to Turd World replacement levels never before imagined, libtarded Germany is importing "alarming levels" of "anti-Semitism" ™ from the Middle East and North Africa.

Now today's German politicians are a "tolerant" ™ bunch. They can "tolerate" ™ lifelong welfare dependency among their new imports. They can "tolerate" ™ their high crime rates, and their high and rare disease rates. Heck, the "modern German" can even "tolerate" ™ the rape epidemic being inflicted upon his sisters and daughters. But when it comes to "anti-Semitism" ™ -- that heinous sin of all sins -- Germany must act!

Sep 07 08:19

German Interior Minister ‘Would Have Joined’ Chemnitz Protests, Says Mass Migration ‘Mother of All Problems’

The German interior minister believes mass migration has become “the mother of all political problems” for the EU country, while Angela Merkel is describing the third world influx merely as a “challenge” and slamming protests against alleged killer migrants as “hate”.

Sep 07 07:29

Officially Sanctioned Fraud at Dachau

Each year many thousands of tourists visit the site of the notorious Dachau concentration camp in southern Germany, not far from Munich. They see the crematory, the memorial shrines, and the museum. And in recent years, as an almost daily fixture, they see Martin Zaidenstadt. This elderly Jewish man lectures visitors to Dachau on his experiences as a wartime prisoner there. He is particularly passionate about the horrors of the camp's gas chamber where, he explains, many prisoners were put to death with poison gas ... His story of Dachau internment is a fraud. He probably never visited the camp until the 1990s, says Ryback, and his tales of gas chamber killings are untrue.

Sep 07 07:09

Lets stop with the Auschwitz lies

This is a factual list of facilities available to prisoners at the alleged Nazi death camp of Auschwitz in Poland.

Most of these facilities can still be seen in the camp today, including the cinema, swimming pool, hospital, library and post office.

Sep 06 10:17

German grandmother harassed while telling a story about refugees

Sep 06 10:16

Exclusive Report from Chemnitz After Mass Protest Against Immigrant Violence in Germany

Sep 06 10:04

German govt readies for all Brexit options, including ‘no deal’

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government said on Wednesday it is preparing for all Brexit scenarios, including “no deal,” Reuters reports. The cabinet also approved a draft law on a transition phase for Britain after it leaves the European Union next year. The draft law on a transition phase, the result of an EU agreement from March, will only come into force if an exit deal is reached, according to a German government spokeswoman.

Sep 05 07:25

Germans Shocked as Police Drop Case After Berlin Boy Raped by Afghan Classmate

The German media and public are outraged by a bizarre case of juvenile brutality, in which a boy from Afghanistan sexually abused and raped his classmate from a Berlin elementary school.

According to the German newspaper Berliner Zeitung, the uniquely horrifying incident occurred when a class from a Berlin elementary school went on a field trip to a castle in Nordwestuckermark in northeast Germany. During the trip, the offenders allegedly repeatedly told a ten-year-old boy, "We f*** you today." The victim was apparently too frightened to seek protection from his teachers, and in the evening of the same day three boys made good on their threat.

An Afghan and an Iraqi boy, both aged 11, pinned down their classmate, while an Afghan boy, 10, sexually abused and raped him, the daily said.

Sep 04 13:44

'Too young to prosecute': German police drop case of 10yo Afghan boy who raped classmate

German authorities have dropped a case in which a 10-year-old Afghan boy raped a classmate during a school trip while Syrian and Afghan accomplices held him down, as the perpetrators are apparently not old enough to be tried.

The incident began when 38 students from a Berlin school went on a field trip to Schloss Kröchlendorff, a castle in Nordwestuckermark, Germany. The students were supposed to have a fun day out enjoying nature – but that wasn't possible for everyone.

Sep 04 08:09

The Germans are sick of migrant violence and they are right

Imagine being a migrant in Germany, the country that gave you safety, housing, and a new future. The first thing that most people would like to learn is how to say thank you.

But for a lot of migrants from Muslim majority countries it’s a different story. They are mainly demanding, unemployed and easily offended.

It’s the opposite of what Germans expect from people who receive almost everything for free. It can be seen as a recipe for disaster, as their self-centred egoistic behaviour isn’t appreciated in a country of hard workers.

Sep 04 08:08

Syrian refugee excuses stabbing a German woman because he acted according to his religion

The attacker came to Germany as a refugee along with his family in 2013. The prosecution is charging him with aggravated assault. This could mean between 6 months and 10 years in prison for him.

German tabloid Bild reports his lawyer’s written statement:

“His client doesn’t know any differently and according to his culture conflicts are solved with knives. An insult warrants stabbing somebody and if the offence is perceived as a serious one killing is permissible.”

Furthermore, his client doesn’t understand why he is being charged and why he is in custody as he acted according to his religion.

Sep 03 07:55

Report Reveals Rise in Number of Non-Native Suspects in Germany's Murder Cases

The survey came as the eastern German city of Chemnitz entered the seventh day of anti-migration rallies over the deadly stabbing of a 35-year-old German of Cuban origin and the arrest of two alleged perpetrators from Iraq and Syria.

At least one "non-German" suspect was involved in the country's closed murder cases in 2017 and their number has already significantly increased, according to a report released by the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA).

The report said that last year saw a 33-percent surge in the number of closed murder cases, and that 731 people had died as a result of murder or manslaughter in 2017, which is a 16.6-percent drop compared to 2016. The survey did not elaborate on nationality or whether a suspect was an EU citizen.

Sep 02 09:35

EU Will Not 'Sit Like Rabbit in Headlights' in Face of US Sanctions - German FM

Washington’s decision to ramp up tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the European Union has cost European producers billions in lost revenue and exacerbated US-EU tensions.

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has urged the European Union to stand up for its interests in the face of sanctions and excessive tariffs imposed on its partners by Washington.

“We should not sit like a rabbit in the headlights in the face of [US] economic sanctions and tariffs. We must protect our own interests. It is not only the 80 million Germans we are talking about, it is Europe and the 500 million people living there,” Maas said in an interview with the newspaper Bild published on Sunday.

Aug 31 09:13

There Were No Stabbing Incidents in Germany Before Merkel's 'Open Border'– AfD

German officials are investigating the leak of an arrest warrant for an Iraqi suspect to far-right groups after thousands participated in an anti-migrant rally in the eastern German city of Chemnitz following the death of a man, who was allegedly killed in a fight with immigrants during a festival.

Aug 31 09:03

Claiming Germany Has 1.6M Vacant Jobs, Merkel Set to Open Border to Non-EU Workers

While Eurostat figures show there are almost six million Europeans aged 16 to 25 looking for jobs, as parts of southern Europe continue to suffer crippling youth unemployment rates, Britain’s Financial Times declared recruiting non-EU migrants an“obvious” solution to a “lack of skilled labour … so pervasive that it is inflicting serious damage on the German economy”.

Aug 31 08:27

GERMANY, LET THE STORM BREAK LOOSE

We are receiving reports of popular uprisings now spreading across Merkel’s Germany. Demonstrations, many of them violent, are taking place against a backdrop of migrant mayhem, left-wing violence and stand-offs radiating from Chemnitz in immigrant beleaguered Germany.

Aug 29 09:13

Germany Rising? Thousands March in Chemnitz

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ex comments :
So, let's see the left's logic: People of German ethnic heritage have built Germany, built it's culture, language, music, books, buildings and many things for thousands of years, but it's "racist" if these ethnic Germans don't want to be genetically replaced, in their own country?...against their will? The left clearly is insane. Merkel has to go.

Aug 28 10:18

'We feel like foreigners': Mother in Germany on son's daycare where '2 out of 25 speak German'

In a polarizing viral video with almost 2 million views, the mother of a 3-year-old boy complains that her son cannot socialize with other kids in a public nursery, as only two out of 25 can speak German.

In a Facebook video post filmed on August 15, the mother, Leen Kroetsch, takes aim at German politicians for what she claims is a botched immigration policy which is forcing her 3-year-old, who has no immigrant background, to adjust to an alien environment in the daycare center.

Aug 28 10:07

Bavaria's Border Patrol Too Effective For Merkel's Allies

Bavaria's new border patrol has logged over 1,750 civil and criminal indictments in the past month, which is motivating Angela Merkel and her allies to backtrack on their "open borders" policies.

Border agents have arrested over 500 wanted persons and stopped over 220 illegal attempts to cross the border, according to Bavaria's Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann.

The agency reached those stats despite the fact that, when it was created on July 18, the German federal government severely restricted its powers.

Aug 27 15:40

Thousands of far-right protesters clash with riot police in German city where man was stabbed to death 'by migrants' as vigilante race-hate mobs 'hunt down foreigners'

Several people were injured Monday as thousands of far-right protesters took to the streets in the eastern German city of Chemnitz where a knife killing, allegedly committed by a Syrian and an Iraqi, sparked racist mob attacks that were deplored by Chancellor Angela Merkel.

The right-wing protesters chanted 'We are the People' and the Nazi-era term 'Luegenpresse' (lying press) while displaying placards that read 'Stop the refugee flood' and 'Defend Europe', the latter adorned with an image of an automatic rifle.

Some carried banners or insignia of the far-right AfD and neo-Nazi NPD parties and other extremist groups, while a handful delivered the illegal right-handed Hitler salute, police said.

Aug 27 09:08

German FM: Europe Should React to US Sanctions Targeting Russia, China, Turkey

Earlier, Wolfgang Buchele, head of the German Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations (OAOEV), warned that the prospects for German-Russian trade are still marred by new US anti-Russian sanctions, which are "dangerous because they can target European partners of Russian companies."

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has urged Europe to react to the US sanctions-related policy on Russia, China, Turkey and other important economic partners.

"Washington prompts us to formulate European responses to its sanctions-related policy, something which pertains to Europe and Germany. We should react to the United States suddenly imposing uncoordinated and rather nonspecific sanctions against Russia, China, Turkey and in the future, perhaps, against other important trading partners," he underlined.

Aug 26 16:48

Nearly 20,000 people are forced to flee their homes as German explosive experts defuse an unexploded WWII aerial bomb

An unexploded World War II bomb forced 18,500 people to evacuate the city of Ludwigshafen, Mannheim.

The 500-kilogramme (1,100-pound) aerial bomb, thought to have been dropped by American forces, was discovered during construction work earlier in the week.

It took a German bomb disposal team just over an hour to complete the delicate task, and the all-clear was given shortly after a six-hour operation.

Aug 26 10:05

From Baltic Sea to Black Sea, Russia Offers Powers Trump Slams a Win-Win Instead

As confirmed to Asia Times by diplomatic sources, a top summit featuring Germany, Russia, France and Turkey is on the way. Call it an expanded Eurovision – with Turkey included due to (wobbling) NATO membership.

Ostensibly, the summit would be on Syria – according to the Kremlin. That does not cut it – as Syria is already being discussed in detail in Astana by Russia, Iran and Turkey.

Aug 25 09:06

Hundreds of neo-Nazis march in Berlin, protected by police

Hundreds of neo-Nazis waving flags with the colors of the German Reich are marching through central Berlin, protected from counter-protesters by police in riot gear.

Berlin police spokesman Thilo Cablitz said officers had to physically remove some left-wing demonstrators who had staged sit-down protests along the route of Saturday’s march.

He added that stones and bottles were thrown at some of the far-right protesters, but couldn’t immediately say how many people were injured.

The far-right protesters wore white shirts to commemorate the 31st anniversary of the death of high-ranking Nazi official Rudolf Hess and carried banners with slogans such as “I regret nothing.”

Aug 24 07:54

Germany Calls For Global Payment System Independent Of The US

In a stunning vote of "no confidence" in the US monopoly over global payment infrastructure, Germany’s foreign minister Heiko Maas called for the creation of a new payments system independent of the US that would allow Brussels to be independent in its financial operations from Washington and as a means of rescuing the nuclear deal between Iran and the west.

Writing in the German daily Handelsblatt, Maas said "Europe should not allow the US to act over our heads and at our expense. For that reason it’s essential that we strengthen European autonomy by establishing payment channels that are independent of the US, creating a European Monetary Fund and building up an independent Swift system," he wrote, cited by the FT.

Aug 24 07:45

video --The absolute state of Germany

Aug 23 10:40

MAJOR GERMAN FM STATEMENT: ‘We Will Not Allow The U.S To ACT AT OUR EXPENSE’

The following text in full, was written just yesterday by the German Foreign Minister, Heiko Maas, on the authoritative Handelsblaat. This is a major statement, as it carries weight just below official German policy, which in turn has strong weight on EU policy.

There are a number of highly significant and important phrases he uses in this text. Even American cultural hegemony is rejected, i.e., ‘Bruce Springsteen is not the future’.

FRN has consistently covered the growing rift, with all its nuances, between the U.S and EU since 2014. At the time, many critics believed we were totally wrong. Time has demonstrated FRN’s analysis to be generally correct. – ed

Aug 21 15:36

Germany Calls For Global Payment System Independent Of The US

In a stunning vote of "no confidence" in the US monopoly over global payment infrastructure, Germany’s foreign minister Heiko Maas called for the creation of a new payments system independent of the US that would allow Brussels to be independent in its financial operations from Washington and as a means of rescuing the nuclear deal between Iran and the west.

Writing in the German daily Handelsblatt, Maas said "Europe should not allow the US to act over our heads and at our expense. For that reason it’s essential that we strengthen European autonomy by establishing payment channels that are independent of the US, creating a European Monetary Fund and building up an independent Swift system," he wrote, cited by the FT.

Aug 21 15:25

GERMANY: “NO ONE RECOGNIZES OUR CITY ANYMORE” RESIDENTS COMPLAIN AFTER 1,200 MIGRANTS MOVE IN

Residents of Boostedt, Germany complain that “no one recognizes our city anymore” after 1,200 migrants moved in, increasing the population by 26 per cent.

Mayor Hartmut König said that the town, which now has 4,600 inhabitants, had changed drastically since the migrants were housed at a local military barracks.

“It’s quite simply the behavior. For example, in shops things are stolen. I experienced it myself: three refugees walking on the pavement, not making enough room for a woman with a pushchair and a child coming in their direction. They make no room; she has to move onto the street to get around them,” the mayor said.

“Besides that, they leave piles of rubbish and use every available space to sit around and drink beer,” he added.

Aug 21 10:02

German trade surplus still largest in the world

According to the Institute of Economic Research (IfO), Germany will have the biggest account surplus in the world for the third successive year in 2018. It is not only Donald Trump who is irritated by the country’s export-heavy economy.
The IfO calculate that Germany’s trade surplus will lie at around $299 billion this year, miles ahead of Japan, the Netherlands and China, Spiegel reported on Monday.

That is mostly down to an enormous import-export imbalance when it comes to goods, IfO’s Christian Grimme told the Spiegel. Germany is set to export around $265 million worth more of goods than it will import in 2018.

At the other end of the IfO’s figures, the country with the largest trade deficit in 2018 was set to be the USA.

Aug 20 11:36

Stalin’s Order #0428 – a picture is worth a thousand words… is it really?

Many ask, “How can [so-called] ‘Holocaust Deniers’ and Revisionists, deny the photographic evidence of German Soldiers killing civilians?”
The so-called, proof in pictures.

What is Order #0428 – commonly known as?
“Torch-Men-Order”
[now confirmed by todays Russian Government]

Stalins Order #0428, commanded on the 17th November 1941, declared that Partisans wearing German uniforms, particularly those of the Waffen-SS, were to destroy all settlements within a swathe of about 40 – 60 km depth from the main battle lines and to ruthlessly kill the civilian population. With these tactics it was important to leave a few survivors, who would report the supposed “German Atrocities.”
This method of warfare was also confirmed by German soldiers who captured many Russian Partisans wearing German uniforms.

Aug 18 15:39

EU'S SCHENGEN CRISIS: Germany 'considering proposal to impose border controls' with FRANCE

GERMAN interior ministers are considering imposing border controls with France it has been claimed, in what would be an unprecedented move in the era of the EU between the two powers.

Aug 18 15:18

Putin sides with Merkel on controversial Nord Stream 2 project despite US pressure

VLADIMIR Putin has vowed to work alongside Angela Merkel to complete a contentious gas pipeline which President Donald Trump has insisted will keep Germany “captive to Russia”.

Speaking ahead of bilateral talks with his German counterpart, Mr Putin insisted the Nord Stream 2 project is “purely economic”.

The multi-billion pound Nord Stream 2 will run through the Baltic Sea and supply gas to Germany and the EU.

Its construction is being funded by Russian state-owned giant Gazprom and a group of major European energy firms who say the project will help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by providing cleaner fuel to Europe.

But Washington has criticised the project for making a mockery of Western sanctions imposed after Mr Putin’s annexation of Crimea.

Aug 18 13:25

Fate Of Key Gas Pipeline In The Balance As Putin, Merkel Begin Meeting

“Russian influence will flow through that pipeline right into Europe, and that is what we are going to prevent,” an unnamed U.S. official told the Wall Street Journal just as Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chancellor Angela Merkel meet outside of Berlin on Saturday centered on the two countries moving forward with the controversial Russian-German Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, but also involving issues from the Iran nuclear deal to ending the war in Syria.

Intense pressure from Washington is overshadowing the project, construction of which is already in advanced stages, as the WSJ cites current and former US officials who say sanctions are under discussion and could be mobilized in a mere matter of weeks.

These potential sanctions, ostensibly being discussed in response to US intelligence claims of Russian interference in the 2016 election, could target companies and financial firms involved in the massive pipeline's construction.

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Aug 18 10:36

Bye bye bikini: Miss Germany follows US to kill ‘swimwear’ category

Contestants in the Miss Germany beauty pageant will no longer strut their stuff in skimpy bikinis, as organizers are set to remove the ‘swimwear’ category. They say the contest will now focus on “personality.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So now, politically correct women who have spent their lives on couches eating crispy cream donuts can imagine themselves beauty queens.

Aug 17 13:34

Germany Returning Migrants to Greece

Germany will soon send back migrants to Greece if they had already applied for asylum there.

The two countries made the deal at the behest of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, whose coalition government is on shaky ground due to increased opposition to her immigration policies.

Aug 17 10:05

German far-right supporters shout 'GET LOST' at Angela Merkel while she visits Dresden as they protest her 2015 decision to welcome refugees from Muslim countries

German Chancellor Angela Merkel told far-right protesters she would act to deport rejected asylum seekers quicker after a mob gathered to protest her immigration policies in Dresden today.

Hundreds of far-right protesters chanted 'Merkel must go!' as they called on the German Chancellor to resign.

The protest against Merkel was organised by the anti-Islam PEGIDA movement. Supporters held up messages including one reading: 'Girls die, Mrs Merkel' and another saying 'Merkel is acting unconstitutionally, Merkel must leave'.

Aug 17 10:03

Germany On Verge Of Signing New MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR Missile Defence System Contract | World | News

The German Defence Ministry, led by Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen, called on Lockheed Martin Corp and Europe’s MBDA to develop final proposals for the next generation of missile defence systems in order to replace the country’s current MIM-104 Patriot models.

The move was hailed as a vital step towards the official signing of the contract, which is currently slated for 2019.

A spokesman for the German Ministry of Defence, said: “This is another step forward towards a final contract in 2019.”

Roland Kuntze, spokesman for MDBA, added: “This is a significant milestone toward achieving a contract award.

Aug 17 05:52

Is a GERMAN-RUSSIAN ALLIANCE on the Horizon?

The US is anxious over the upcoming meeting between Putin and Merkel to be held on September 18 in Berlin. The Americans have always feared a unification of Russian resources and German technology

In an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine newspaper, the leader of the German Left party and Bundestag deputy Sarah Wagenknecht explained this: “The US is pursuing its own interests, and with the arrival of Trump, they have resorted to aggressive methods. Their interests are contrary to European interests on the most important issues – and not only economic ones. With its wars for resources, the United States has destabilized the Middle East and is continuing to do so in Iran. At the same time, Europe is the first to pay for such. We should not submit to a policy that is contrary to our interests,” she said.

According to Wagenknecht, bad relations with Russia also contradict Europe’s interests.

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(*I thought Donald Trump "sounded like" bad relations with Russia contradicted U.S. interests , too , when he was running for P.O.T.U.S. back in 2016 )

Aug 16 09:12

Tropical ticks threaten to bring Crimean-Congo fever to Germany

Scientists at the University of Hohenheim and the Institute for Microbiology (IMB) of the German Federal Armed Forces in Munich say they have found seven different specimens of tropical ticks, known as Hyalomma, in the northern region of Lower Saxony. Previously, only two tropical ticks are known to have been found in Germany, one in 2015 and another in 2017.

"Five of the seven ticks we can determine beyond doubt, four are the species Hyalomma marginatum and one of the kind Hyalomma rufipes," said Dr Lidia Chitimia-Dobler, tick expert at the IMB. "We did not expect ticks here in Germany at this time.”

Rising temperatures are being blamed for the arrival of Hyalomma ticks in the central European state, with migratory birds believed to be the carriers of the creatures.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Along with immigrants who are not properly screened.

Aug 16 09:11

New German movement aims to stem migration & offer direction to ‘weak and split’ EU left

The leader of Germany’s Left Party Sahra Wagenknecht has launched a new political movement called ‘Stand Up,’ which aims to be a voice for workers and to unite a divided left across Europe.

While left-wing and not against immigration on principle, the new ‘Aufstehen’ movement presents a case for limiting the number of migrants coming to Germany looking for work, arguing that “unlimited access” to the German labor market is unsustainable and cannot continue.

Aug 16 08:56

German Schools Underfunded by 48 Billion Euros Despite Budget Surpluses

One report paints a grim future ahead for German education and day care systems, despite billions in tax surpluses for municipalities. According to it, even with financing building renovations may take years.

German schools and day care centers lack around €55 billion in funding for major overhauls and new buildings, the report by state-owned KfW development bank says. According to study, the larger the municipality is, the larger the gap between existing and required funding, especially in North Rhine-Westphalia and southern Germany. Schools are currently missing €48 billion in funding and €7.6 billion is needed for day care facilities.

Aug 16 05:05

German Oil Company to Cooperate with Iran

The German ADL company inked an agreement with Iran's Sepahan Oil Company (SOC) to cooperate in technology transfer.
CEO of Iran's SOC Mohammad Ebrahimi and CEO of Germany's ADL Michael Hyde signed the cooperation document on Wednesday evening despite the US unilateral sanctions against Iran and its withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal.

According to the cooperation document signed between SOC and ADL, the two sides will cooperate in technology transfer in the field of oil and gas industry lubricants.

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Aug 16 01:44

Berlin Wall: Photos from the birth of a Cold War symbol

On August 13, 1961, the East German government began to build a wall between East and West Berlin, the most visible symbol of the decades-long Cold War...

Aug 13 11:00

Germany's Economic Minister Calls On Europe To Defy Trump's Iran Sanctions

German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier lashed out at the Trump administration in response to Washington's ultimatum to cut all economic ties with Iran following the US pullout of the 2015 brokered JCPOA.

Almaier told Bild newspaper on Saturday that Germany should be assertive and defiant in the face of American sanctions by actually investing more in Iran. He said, “We don’t let Washington dictate [their will] on trade relations with other countries.”

Aug 13 10:30

Russian Defense Ministry Declassifies WWII Stalin Order to Bomb Berlin

On the 106th anniversary of the Russian Aerospace Forces, Russia’s Ministry of Defense has published on its website a series of Central Archive documents, including a secret directive of Soviet leader Josef Stalin, dated 1941, ordering the counter-bombing of the German capital Berlin

A special place is occupied by the copy of a handwritten order of the State Defense Committee of the USSR, dictated by the Chairman of the Committee, Josef Stalin, at 2:00 am on August 9, 1941. The document ordered the commander of the 81st air division to carry out a bombardment against the heart of the Third Fascist Reich,” the publication says.

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Aug 12 09:14

Merkel Party Member Tells Germans Not to Be Worried About Becoming a Minority

A member of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has penned a column telling Germans they should not be worried about becoming minorities in their cities.

CDU politician Barbara John has claimed “it is only a matter of time before people with a migration background make up the majority of the population in larger cities,” and that Germans should not be worried, in a column the 80-year-old penned for German paper Tagesspiegel this week.

Last year, Frankfurt became the first city in Germany in which native Germans are a minority and almost all the recent population growth in the country has been shown to have been driven by mass migration.

Aug 12 08:34

Is Merkel saving face? Controversial Germany-Spain deal on migrants comes into force

As a Berlin-Madrid deal to send back migrants coming though Spain comes into force, critics call it a "symbolic" gesture aimed to calm the political storm in Germany but that will not solve the migrant crisis.

Germany reached a deal on Wednesday for Spain to take back previously registered migrants who show up at the German border. The move is seen as the first step towards implementing a deal which Merkel earlier reached within the ruling coalition to defuse the political dispute in Germany over migration.

Aug 11 08:47

Public Support for German Eurosceptic AfD Party Increases to Record 16% - Poll

Public support for the Eurosceptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has increased by 1 percent up to a record 16 percent, a fresh poll revealed on Friday.

The conservative bloc made of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its Bavarian sister party Christian Social Union (CSU) is still the most popular political force with 31 percent of respondents supporting it, the ZDF-Politbarometer poll said.

Aug 10 07:38

AfD local leader takes heat after calling ‘hero’ who tried to kill Hitler ‘traitor & coward’

An AfD local leader was lambasted on social media - and by his own party - after calling Claus von Stauffenberg, a man who lead a plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler a "coward" and a "traitor." ... In modern Germany, many regard Von Stauffenberg, one of the central figures of the German Resistance, as a hero. Yet Lars Steinke, the head of the youth wing of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) in Lower Saxony, countered that view in a blunt statement, saying for him the officer was "an enemy of the German nation" ... Steinke suggested that von Stauffenberg's actions actually represented "a shameful attempt of a coward" ... "Stauffenberg was a traitor who was ready to sacrifice millions of lives without any notable benefit for the German nation."

Aug 09 09:02

Germany And US Playing War In Georgia

German soldiers with the 391st Mechanized Infantry Battalion provided fire support during a combined Georgian Special Forces Exercise in Waziani Training Area, Georgia August 5, 2018.

Germany joined 12 other nations participating in Operation Noble Partner 18, an exercise where both should enhance the ability of participating nations to conduct multinational mission leadership, integration, execution and synchronization.

Aug 08 09:51

Islamist Children Pose Real 'Threat' to Germany, Spy Chief Warns

Children from Islamist households in Germany represent a "not insignificant potential threat," the head of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), Germany's domestic intelligence service, Hans-Georg Maassen said Monday.

In a new report cited by the Funke media group, the BfV said there were signs the "radicalization of minors and young adults" was becoming more likely and happening faster and earlier.

Aug 08 08:23

Erdogan to pay state visit to Germany – Steinmeier’s office

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will pay a state visit to Germany on September 28-29, a spokeswoman for German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Tuesday. The spokeswoman did not say if Erdogan would also hold talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel, Reuters reported. Merkel’s office has not commented on the statement.

Aug 08 08:08

Three streets in Berlin shut off as fighting migrants turn area into ‘battlefield’

A dispute between two migrant women escalated out of control in Berlin, Journalistenwatch reports. The conflict took place in Berlin-Gesundbrunnen, an area that is already seen as ‘dangerous’.

After two women in their twenties started fighting, around 50 people chose sides and a massive street battle ensued.

Three streets were completely closed off as the police got caught between the two sides. The officers had to request more patrol cars to separate the groups.

Aug 06 09:19

Globalist Grip Weakens in Europe as Merkel and Macron Tank in the Polls

The globalist, progressive leaders of France and Germany are seeing record low public approval as patriotism and conservatism grows across the European Union.

France’s President Emmanuel Marcon has seen yet another drop in the polls, with his approval rating falling to its lowest level since he was elected in May 2017.

The former Socialist Party member saw his support drop by five points to 27 percent approval versus 62 percent disapproval, according to a Yougov poll released Friday.

During this time last year, Macron had a 50 percent approval rating with the French people, his falling popularity being helped in no small part by the current scandal surrounding the young premier and his former bodyguard.

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