Germany raids over 200 suspected neo-Nazi premises
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BERLIN (Reuters) - German police have launched a nationwide search of more than 200 homes and businesses of people suspected of belonging to the country's extreme right, the Federal Crime Office (BKA) said Wednesday.
"The primary aim of the concerted action by crime fighting authorities is to seize and confiscate prohibited items like music in order to move effectively and extensively against the spread of right wing extremism," the BKA said in a statement.
More than 60 years after World War Two and the Nazi Holocaust, right-wing radicalism is still a problem in Germany, particularly in the former communist eastern part of the country where unemployment is nearly double the rate in the west.
The BKA said last year that neo-Nazis appeared to have shifted their tactics and stepped up violent attacks. Government figures show anti-Semitic crimes rose at the end of last year.
The BKA said the search began earlier Wednesday and was being carried out in all 16 federal states. A BKA spokeswoman could not say for now if any arrests had been made.
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"In unrelated news, the police were seen carrying a list of SSPX parishioners."

Let the witch-hunt begin!
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Stefan Wrote:"The primary aim of the concerted action by crime fighting authorities is to seize and confiscate prohibited items like music in order to move effectively and extensively against the spread of right wing extremism,"

Holy Wars...The Punishment Due Wrote:Fill the cracks in, with judicial granite
Because I don't say it, don't mean I ain't
thinking it
Next thing you know, they'll take my thoughts away
I know what I said, now I must scream of the overdose
And the lack of mercy killings.
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The timing of this 'raid' is very interstesting....

They must think people are retarded....

This is clearly pandering to the Jews, after they got upset regarding the "Williamson Affair."

Why can't Germany, like any other country, be allowed to have a full expression of political opinions in the public square? It is a doctrine of the liberal state that allowing freedom of expression allows for reasonable and moderate opinion to flourish.... what are they so scared of? Unless they don't themselves believe in liberal democracy.
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Why do idiots associate Nazism with the Right?
What part of "National Socialist German Worker's Party" sounds "conservative"?


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winoblue1 Wrote:The timing of this 'raid' is very interstesting....

They must think people are retarded....

This is clearly pandering to the Jews, after they got upset regarding the "Williamson Affair."

Why can't Germany, like any other country, be allowed to have a full expression of political opinions in the public square? It is a doctrine of the liberal state that allowing freedom of expression allows for reasonable and moderate opinion to flourish.... what are they so scared of? Unless they don't themselves believe in liberal democracy.

And that's the hypocrisy: in order to stamp out Nazism, they're willing to engage in some tactics that the Nazis themselves used.


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What part of "Republican Party" sounds "conservative"?

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The difference is that extreme left-wing terror groups and hateful messages of revolution and disruption of society and especially the basic unity of family, are not punished. It is even allowed in public forum by 'progressive' politicians. In 'free' federal Germany of today.
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With the coming economic collapse, and with more and more radical formerly leftist intellectuals, like RAF founder Horst Mahler and others, joining the "very conservative", patriotic and even outright Neo-National-Socialist movements and groups in Germany, the socialists and liberals cannot uphold their social benefit system, and fear revolution among the youth of the former GDR ("East Germany"), who do not want communism back either. And not capitalism either.

They are mostly atheists and non-Catholics, so to them not moderate subsidiaristic democracy and a horizontally corporatist Catholic state are the solution, but a reversion to the Third Reich, which also had a Third Way form of economics. At the cost of other countries sadly though.

The dogma of multiculturalism is falling apart rapidly in Europe with economic collapse. Spain naturalized over one million unemployed illegal Africans, roaming the streets, unable to buy a house or rent a room, but able to rob.

It is not the fault of the Africans or the immigrants from Asia or Eastern Europe, but the fault of social-democrats and their false views against patriotism.

Neo-Nazis however are not a solution, and their freedom of speech must be banned, once they incite to violence, persecution or revolution.

The sad thing is, that Anarchists and Communists are not infiltrated and controlled and punished by the present EU-wide authorities. Only Neo-Nazis are pointed at.
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HMiS Wrote:With the coming economic collapse, and with more and more radical formerly leftist intellectuals, like RAF founder Horst Mahler and others, joining the "very conservative", patriotic and even outright Neo-National-Socialist movements and groups in Germany, the socialists and liberals cannot uphold their social benefit system, and fear revolution among the youth of the former GDR ("East Germany"), who do not want communism back either. And not capitalism either.

They are mostly atheists and non-Catholics, so to them not moderate subsidiaristic democracy and a horizontally corporatist Catholic state are the solution, but a reversion to the Third Reich, which also had a Third Way form of economics. At the cost of other countries sadly though.

The dogma of multiculturalism is falling apart rapidly in Europe with economic collapse. Spain naturalized over one million unemployed illegal Africans, roaming the streets, unable to buy a house or rent a room, but able to rob.

It is not the fault of the Africans or the immigrants from Asia or Eastern Europe, but the fault of social-democrats and their false views against patriotism.

Neo-Nazis however are not a solution, and their freedom of speech must be banned, once they incite to violence, persecution or revolution.

The sad thing is, that Anarchists and Communists are not infiltrated and controlled and punished by the present EU-wide authorities. Only Neo-Nazis are pointed at.

Yes, Germany needs something like a German Distributist and Social Credit Party to get things back on an even keel.

(I think the German initials of the blackened above would be DDSKP. I'll stand corrected if I'm wrong.)
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