Germany’s Youth Rebels Against EU

Nina Lamparski, BBC News, May 11, 2014

Euroscepticism is taking hold even in the country at the heart of the European project. And one of the continent’s chief Eurosceptics, British politician Nigel Farage, has become an idol to some young Germans–to the consternation of many others.

For rebels, they appear extremely polite, are impeccably dressed and display a distinct lack of piercings or tattoos.

Germany’s Junge Alternative (JA), or Young Alternative, may be dissidents–a Eurosceptic youth movement determined to overturn Germany’s long-standing pro-European orthodoxy–but they are very conservative ones, advocating a crackdown on immigration and crime.

In fact their stance has earned them a particularly bad rap from the national press. In the short year since the group’s launch last June, the JA have repeatedly been accused of being “too far right”, politically regressive and anti-feminist.

The organisation is linked to the country’s first Eurosceptic party in decades, the Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD), or Alternative for Germany, which wants the euro broken up.

But it remains an independent movement and even the groundbreaking AfD regards it as something of an unruly offspring.

“The media sometimes portray the AfD as far-right and, because we are more direct and more right-leaning than the AfD, we’re seen as extreme-right–but that’s not the image I have of us,” says Sven Tritschler, the JA chairman for North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany’s most populous state.

The state’s biggest city, Cologne, was the starting point for the AfD’s European election campaign on 27 April. A fifth of all party members are based in surrounding North Rhine-Westphalia, and the AfD is hoping to further increase its support here.

"Equality instead of uniformity": German media failed to see the cheeky humour of the JA's European election poster, calling it sexist and in bad taste

“Equality instead of uniformity”: German media failed to see the cheeky humour of the JA’s European election poster, calling it sexist and in bad taste

In response, the JA used four half-naked men in its new anti-crime campaign demanding an end to "soft justice"

In response, the JA used four half-naked men in its new anti-crime campaign demanding an end to “soft justice”

Wary of journalists

The negative press has certainly made the party wary of journalists, which might explain why Mr Tritschler turns up with no fewer than six other JA members to meet the BBC in Cologne.

“They were curious about what you want to know,” he says. “We might regret it later.”

Sven Tritschler: “The European Parliament is the most powerless parliament in the world”

Aged between 17 and 32, the small gathering is typical of the JA: male, degree-educated and part of a growing number of young people “concerned about Germany’s future within the European Union”.

Statistics show that some 20% of under-30s voted for fringe parties, including the AfD, in last year’s general election, compared with only 7% in 2005.

The AfD seems to be providing an attractive alternative for those unhappy with Germany’s political consensus. And research shows the AfD/JA is doing especially well among the young.

As German journalist Tilo Jung points out, “for ages there was no option to cast a vote to the right of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union, unless you voted for the far-right. The AfD provides that now.”

The German Eurosceptics are highly critical of the EU’s bailout policies, demanding the dissolution of the euro, a halt to EU expansion, and national immigration quotas.

But they strongly reject accusations of extremism. The JA’s national leader Philipp Ritz says the JA also has “more liberal” attitudes, like supporting giving asylum seekers the right to work.

“Don’t bother joining if you’re looking for racism or homophobia,” adds Mr Tritschler.

Unlikely hero

Instead, the JA is looking to British Eurosceptic leader Nigel Farage for inspiration.

Nigel Farage’s received rapturous applause during his speech in Cologne

His anti-euro United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) is alsoexpected to score a good result in the May ballot, potentially beating mainstream parties.

The youth organisation invited Mr Farage to speak at a conference in Cologne in late March.

Mr Farage’s appearance sparked a deluge of negative headlines and soured relations with AfD chief Bern Lucke who called the move a “sign of poor political tact”.

“There are significant differences between the AfD and UKIP,” he said.

Mr Lucke has repeatedly sought to distance himself from right-wing populism ahead of the European elections, where his party is expected to reap around 7% percent of the vote.

If successful, the AfD will need to join a pan-European faction in order to make its voice count.

The official party line is that they will opt for the group of conservative reformists, which includes Britain’s governing Conservative Party.

As a result, Mr Lucke does not want to spoil his chances by “tainting his reputation” with uncomfortably close UKIP ties, says political expert Kai Arzheimer.

“However, the question remains whether they’ll eventually give in to the temptation of playing the right-wing populist card, which would hold a brighter electoral future for them, because immigration is going to be an issue for Europe in the long term,” he notes.

‘Interesting character’

Mr Tritschler is unapologetic about courting Mr Farage.

“One of the main reasons for people joining the JA is that we try to speak and think without political correctness,” Mr Tritschler says.

“Somebody who’s been exercising that for quite a few years in the European Parliament is Nigel Farage and that’s why we invited him. He is a Youtube star for a lot of people and he’s an interesting character.”

Although the JA does not support Mr Farage’s push to leave the EU altogether (“We are in the midst of Europe while he is on an island in the North Atlantic so we can’t have the same solutions”), it does find resonance in his criticism of the EU apparatus and his anti-immigration views.

“We are all sitting on a train called the EU and we are constantly accepting new passengers without knowing where it’s actually heading,” says Mr Ritz.

The group also believes the EU should have its political powers curbed, and become once again an economic community.

While all eyes are on the EU elections, the JA says the real prize will be getting into the German parliament, the Bundestag.

“That’s where all the main decisions are made, especially concerning Europe,” emphasises Mr Tritschler, adding: “The European parliament is the most powerless parliament in the world.”

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  • Did someone say “German rebels?

    • Arbeideren

      I really like that flag, but I believe there are too few stars…

    • Geo1metric

      That flag has become the sign for “Rebels” around the world. There are “Civil War” re-enactors in Germany.

      I saw a tv show a few years ago out of Ireland with an entire side of a stadium filled with the Confederate battle flag.

      • NeanderthalDNA

        It is not as verboten as the Buddhist symbol for eternity…

        • David Ashton

          Do you mean the Hindu/Jain benevolence symbol?

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Or the Hopi symbol for…something other than evil racism?

        • Bossman

          It is not a symbol for eternity and it is not Buddhist. It is a sex symbol copied from the love temples of ancient India. The Nazis themselves may not have known the true nature of this symbol.

          • FeuerSalamander

            didn’t the nazis use the mirror image of the symbol?

          • Long Live Dixie

            It is a sex symbol copied from the love temples of ancient India.

            The Swastika has been part of Teutonic symbolism since ancient times.

          • Bossman

            That may be so. But the Nazis copied it from the love temples (houses of prostitution) of India. And the word itself is Sanskrit, the language of ancient India.

          • Long Live Dixie

            That may be so. But the Nazis copied it from the love temples (houses of prostitution) of India.

            The NSDAP took the Swastika from ancient Teutonic symbolism.

            And the word itself is Sanskrit, the language of ancient India.

            The Germans call it a Hakenkreuz.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Buddhism[edit]
            Buddhism originated in the 5th century BC and spread throughout the Indian subcontinent in the 3rd century BC (Maurya Empire). Known as a “yungdrung”[27] in ancient Tibet, it was a graphical representation of eternity.[28]
            ———————————

            Wiki it…

        • LovelyNordicHeidi

          Ah, you mean that Nazi-abused Yin-Yang symbol, right?

          Got ya. <;-)

          Oh! What horrors the Yin-Yang symbol invokes!

        • hastings88

          There is an ancient Roman sword–archaeological find–from around 200 B.C. that has the “swastika” on it. Also, a Kentish sword from c. 500 A.D. Britain is adorned with swastikas. It could well have been an ancient Indo-European symbol that spread across Eurasia. Meaning unknown, but possibly having multiple meanings depending on the region.

          • Jesse_from_Sweden

            Or simply look at old rock carvings from Scandinavia, where it’s present from the neolithic.

            And the finnish air force still has it, since they used it before the Nazis did.

            And it still exists in old buildings and monuments in Sweden, from before the existance of the nazi party.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            It’s an ancient Aryan symbol that’s been found throughout Eurasia and America among non-Aryans. It lends itself well to many concepts. The Hopi thought of it as symbolizing motion, movement, as in a trek, for instance.

            It’s wheel-like nature lends itself naturally to symbolic interpretation I think, not to mention the cross and square aspects of it.

        • BulgAryan

          A stone age jade swastika from Kardzhali, Bulgaria is causing a sensation and changing the perceptions of the development of the human civilization. Until now it was thought that the Chinese were the first to process jade starting in the sixth millennium BC. China’s first civilization is called “jade”, and the green stone is still sacred to the Chinese.

          A swastika in the form of four stylized frog legs was found 40 years ago during excavations of a prehistoric settlement in the center of Kardzhali, Bulgaria. Scientists were puzzled where it came from, because it was thought at the time there are no jade deposits in this part of Europe. Recent findings of Professor Ruslan Kostov from the Institute of Mining and Geology have shown at least three Stone Age jade fields in southern Bulgaria. Experts of the institute are convinced the processing of the semiprecious stone on the Balkans began in the seventh millennium BC.

          The microscopic study of the artifact leads to a sensational hypothesis. The swastika is polished with abrasive materials, but the polishing micro traces are only unidirectional. If the polishing was done manually, the microscratches must be in two or more directions. This means that even in the Stone Age mechanical equipment, probably wheel, was used. However, it is believed that the wheel was invented in the third millennium BC, and the Kardzhali swastika is four thousand years older.

          Pressa Daily newspaper, No 117 (468), April 28 2013

          http //pressadaily bg/publication/13995-%D0%9D%D0%B5%D1%84%D1%80%D0%B8%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B0-%D1%81%D0%B2%D0%B0%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0-%D0%BF%D0%B8%D1%88%D0%B5-%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%B0-%D0%B8%D1%81%D1%82%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8%D1%8F

          • BulgAryan

            The oldest “classical” swastika in the world, dated 5th millennium BC was found during archeological excavations in Altimir village and is exhibited in the Vratsa regional museum of history

            http //dariknews bg/view_article php?article_id=531320

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Looks like a wheel of legs and feet.

        • Pelagian

          or the decoration on my local YMCA’s swimming pool built in the 1920s

      • SoulInvictus

        I don’t even know what to say to that… wow.

        • Geo1metric

          Which part? The re-enactors in Germany or the battle flags in Ireland?

          I actually corresponded with the re-enactor in Germany; he was a Union soldier. Primarily military interest rather than political.

          As to the Irish stadium filled with flags…, your guess is as good as any.

          • Sick of it

            Quite a few Irish fought on both sides. Mostly older Irish immigrants for the Confederacy and newer ones for the Union.

          • SoulInvictus

            Either really but the Irish part especially.
            Puts a whole different slant on how things could shape up after an US/EU collapse.

    • That is beautiful.

  • dd121

    Do you get the impression that Germans are tired of paying for the failures of the EU? It doesn’t seem the EU is going to hold together any better than the Holy Roman Empire in the long run.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Sure. Right now it’s Germany over all economically already. They are getting over their post Hitler trauma finally and awakening to a world both they and Hitler both (would) despise.

      I welcome revitalization of German, French, English, Japanese, etc peoples. Productive, civilized folk need to resist annihilation.

      • LovelyNordicHeidi

        The Hitler trauma is old news. People of my generation despise the EU, multiculturalism and especially those Turks and Asians. We have little sympathy for all those alien ideas and peoples. Even my most skeptical friends have recently converted to hardcore race realism. The flaws of this society are just too obvious. Time for change.

        • Martel

          Great to hear, how recent are these changes amongst your friends?
          Its important to not allow fears to draw them back in, keep setting an example.

          • LovelyNordicHeidi

            The most skeptical one was converted with my help just yesterday afternoon. She started talking about something race-related… I threw in some thought-provoking data… she started talking about all her “racist” thoughts… I basically said it’s OK to be racist… we had a long conversation about race… she told me that I’m her only friend with whom she can talk about these things… we decided to talk more about this and read Paved with Good Intentions together. How about that?

          • Martel

            Very good. It must be a relief to no longer feel alone in her views. Its important to build a network of friends and peer who feel comfortable amongst each other, have drinks together and so on. Its important none of them ever feels alone in their views, they are more powerful representatives wherever they go if they feel they have something to fall back on.

          • FeuerSalamander

            white solidarity, I wish it would come to the states

          • TruthBeTold

            Go to youtube and watch the videos of Detroit.

            You will never want to step foot in the US.

          • Martel

            It will come.

          • Sick of it

            Most likely after a total economic collapse. In the South and the West during the Great Depression, a lot of white folks helped each other out.

          • GenX Antipodean

            Kudos to you Heidi, that casual conversation could lead to a whole bunch of beautiful White children running around in a few years time, rather than some alien things, that just happen to have a White mother.
            Thanks for sharing, your up lifting anecdotes..

          • FeuerSalamander

            Der Konvertierung Kaffee

          • GenX Antipodean

            At a private property for me, for now.
            Thinking John Galliano etc.

        • FeuerSalamander

          Wow, this is good news! You brightened up my day today on several counts.

        • FeuerSalamander

          this one is funny too

          https(colon)//www(dot)youtube(dot)com/watch?v=VULGONLGJIw

          • TruthBeTold

            It’s easier if you just post it like this without the http and the dots:

            www youtube com/watch?v=VULGONLGJIw

          • FeuerSalamander

            oh,thanks

          • FeuerSalamander

            Here is another one, it’s about turks learning how to speak correct german for turks

            https//wwwyoutubecom/watch?v=r_Pf7Lycm2E

          • FeuerSalamander

            This one is funny too

            https//wwwyoutubecom/watch?v=dXQnEQ6F5jk

        • TruthBeTold

          Please, whatever you do, do not talk to the press.

          They are not your friend. They are only interested in making you look bad and to get information to use against you.

          • FeuerSalamander

            Müssen wir noch unter dem Deckmantel sein

    • Sue

      That’s not the only thing they’re paying and paying and paying for.

      • Geo1metric

        I’ve wondered for awhile how long they are going to “put up with that”. Outrageous!

        • Sue

          Within the last ten years a billboard with words stating (please bare with me) “was there a …..?” with phone number to find out more. People called by the drove. It was a fishing expedition to find out how many would call and to set their names down on a “list”.

          Shut up and keep on paying.

      • dd121

        Not only paying but not much control over their own destiny. It’s not going to fly for long.

        • Sue

          It’s flown long enough don’t you think? Almost 70 years of extortion for nothing? I think it’s a big mistake to keep on with it for both sides.

      • Dr. Möbias

        Including the latest, state of the art military ordnance. A few new submarines were recently handed over as the latest reparations for the Holocaust.

        • Sue

          Nuclear too. I believe the story is they commissioned them, both sides knowing full well no money will be coughed up.

    • TruthBeTold

      Is history repeating itself?

      Wasn’t the constant blame and guilt and crushing reparations that led Hitler to take power?

      I don’t believe in ‘collective guilt’. I am not guilty for the actions of anyone other than myself.

      • RisingReich

        Interesting parallel you draw here.

  • dd121

    Thought I’d share.

  • dd121

    Larger version.

    • Geo1metric

      Well who wouldn’t with all that PRIVILEGE?

      • dd121

        Who wouldn’t want to live in a country run by enlightened white people! If you doubt me just look at Haiti or Africa. haha

    • FeuerSalamander

      it looks like one of those Romance Novel covers

      • dd121

        I think he looks like he’s ready to conquer worlds. It’s the white way!

        • FeuerSalamander

          conquer the world, one woman at a time

    • FeuerSalamander

      Is this from the “Abercrombie and Fitch” Catalogue of 1855

      • dd121

        No, it’s from George Washington’s pamphlet published during the Revolutionary War titled “Why We Fight”.

        • FeuerSalamander

          is this true? This looks like a modern painting

          • dd121

            Joking.

          • FeuerSalamander

            Yeah, I just did a search and that title is from WWII films. The clothes he is wearing are also from about the civil war period . You had me for a second there.

  • Pro_Whitey

    I was already sympathetic, but with the picture of the gals on the beach, I’m ready to fight for Deutschland, and I’m not even German! Dang!
    Still, I’m skeptical of that Farage fellow. I hope they don’t let him define the boundaries of their discourse.

    • FeuerSalamander

      Ja aber was geht mit der dunkel ein in der zweiter Bild?

      • hastings88

        I also wondered. Vieleicht a good tan?

        • Sick of it

          Why would rational white people want to brown themselves?

          • Ella

            They have no aesthetic sense or historical knowledge of their past.

  • So CAL Snowman

    Young White people are growing up in a world that absolutely HATES them and they are starting to ask why.

    • RisingReich

      Let’s hope they look for answers (the TRUTH) in the right places.

      • Sick of it

        My sister’s kids come to me, so they will get that truth. I refuse to lie to them even if the truth bothers my sister a little.

    • Ike Eichenberg

      And thanks to the www for now most of them can find out why.

    • MBlanc46

      I sure hope that they are and that if they are they find the correct answers.

    • GeneticsareDestiny

      This is true. I’m a young white person, and there’s definitely a current of hatred against the politically correct establishment running through whites of my generation, though we really seem to be balkanizing heavily. Young whites (usually women) who are committed to the idea of racial equality are growing ever more schizophrenically liberal and Stalin-esque, while the rest are starting to question the orthodoxy.

      I’d say the split is something like 10-15% on the crazy liberal side, 5-10% on the race realist side, and the other 70-80% questioning, but leaning slightly towards reasonability about race. While most still accept the premise of equality, they’re more hostile to things like affirmative action and subsidization of blacks than the previous generation. They feel that blacks have basically achieved social equality with whites and should thus work hard to raise themselves up, instead of receiving handouts.

      The racial realists, of course, know that that is impossible. But these beliefs are at least better than believing in “white privilege” and other mythical conspiracy theories that abound among the 10-15% of extreme, crazy liberals and their boomer university professors.

  • Great news, but once again females are scarce in a movement that should be embraced equally by male and female. Men seek to be admired and respected by a woman. I’m fearful that many of these young males are consigning themselves to a woman-less existence unless women wake up and realize that it is a brave and honorable thing to stand up to the anti-racism industry that seeks to destroy and exterminate us.
    It is not that the movement needs female leadership, but simply that the men who lead need female admiration for their noble acts in rejecting diversity.

    • RisingReich

      Couldn’t agree more. It’s happening in the states also to a large degree.
      For me, personally, it’s a source of much rage.

    • LovelyNordicHeidi

      Hey, I support you guys.

      I am the living evidence that more women will join you.

      • FeuerSalamander

        Ist Das Du in der Mittel von der Bild?

        • LovelyNordicHeidi

          Nein. Natürlich nicht! Ich hab’ blondes Haar.

          Warum fragst du das? LOL

          • FeuerSalamander

            Nur ein witz, amerikanischen humor. Das Maedel hat nicht die blondes Haar? Du müsst wirklich blonde seine! Meine Nichte hat die licht blondes haar.

          • Alexandra1973

            Man, I wish I had German in school instead of French and Spanish…especially since I have German ancestry.

            I feel like a dumnkopf.

          • LovelyNordicHeidi

            Never too old to learn German!

            Before you know it… we’ll all speak German. <;-)

          • dd121

            My grandson, eight, and grand daughter, six, are getting fluent in German school.

          • Alexandra1973

            I know a few words of it.

            Sometimes I write stories for my own entertainment, and in one of them my characters go to Germany. I went so far as to look up immigration/citizenship rules for the time period in question as well as words and phrases.

            I love studying languages, maybe that’s something I can do in my spare time.

            Sprechen sie deutsch? Nein! LOL

          • dd121

            I was there for the first time last month. It’s a beautiful country and it reminds me a lot of rural Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri. I can see why the immigrants went to those areas. I think I saw every castle built since the eleventh century!

          • Alexandra1973

            Cool. On my maternal grandfather’s side, I’m descended from the Schrams. I traced that line all the way back to the 16th century Wilgersdorf.

          • FeuerSalamander

            Mann kan das laut sagen. Es ist Gut in Die Staten weil die schwartzen Deutsch nicht verstehen.

          • FeuerSalamander

            I saw an ad online about English Teachers wanted for Germany. I fantasized about it for a day. I’d love to live in Dresden, I could open up a little portrait stall by the Frauenkirche as well as teach English. Just to get away from the Affenmenchen would be so nice. Meklenburg would be nice to, somewhere small, charming. Maybe even Breslau (Wrocklaw) although that is a different language

          • Ella

            I don’t speak our original language -German. Assimilation has a price.

          • jeffaral

            Hast du schon Die Leiden Des Jungen Werthers gelesen Heidi? Das ist eine traurige aber auch eine schoene, gefuehlsvolle Geschichte. Wenn ich nur einmal in deine himmelsblaue Augen hineinschauen durfte, dann waere mir egal wenn danach ein Atomkrieg ausgebrochen waere. Aber jetzt ich muss was gestehen, hofentlich nimmst du das nicht uebel: Ich bin ein Habara! Ich meine, ich bin ein Heidibara, weil ich pro-Heidi bin!

          • LovelyNordicHeidi

            HEIDIBARA! LOL!!!

            Ich mag Heidibaras. Darum…..

            Darum unterstütze ich Heidibaras, wo sie auch sind! < ; – )

            Die Leiden des jungen Werthers….. Ja ich hab's gelesen!

          • FeuerSalamander

            She has shiksahpeal?

          • Martel

            French is a beautiful language too.

          • Alexandra1973

            I had one year of it, in 12th grade. I had a class slot open and decided to give it a try. Glad I did.

            Ever notice what a simple language Spanish is, though? Simple language for simple people. While French is similar (along with Portuguese and Italian–romance languages), it seems to be more sophisticated.

          • Martel

            French is definitely more sophisticated, but Spanish also has its redeeming qualities. I like the Spanish people, it unfortunate their language has become associated with Hispanics.

            A year is not much,on what level are you able to speak, read and write French?

          • Pelagian

            Ive been told that Spanish literature is exquisitely rich … despite fewer words in the total language.

          • Martel

            I’m not aware of any examples of great Spanish literature. If you have some recommendations I will gladly take them.

          • FeuerSalamander

            Don Qixote

          • Martel

            This one is quite famous, did you like it?
            I might give it a read.

          • FeuerSalamander

            saw a play, didn’t read it. If i did read it it would have been in English. Yo no sais Espanish

          • Pelagian

            Cervantes

          • Andy

            I’m not an expert, but I read Spanish fluently and have found very little literature available. I wouldn’t go so far as to say it’s a “simple” language, though.

          • Martel

            I have the same experience, I cannot find anything interesting.

          • Grantland

            There’s always Don Quixote.

          • FeuerSalamander

            I’ve heard that Spanish has half as many words as the English language.

          • FeuerSalamander

            Yes, it is.

          • MBlanc46

            Jeez, maybe we’re related.

          • FeuerSalamander

            any Hatings, Cookseys, Thompsons, Thomases, Poles, Ports, Champneys, Leonards, Bouchers, Williamses, Elliots, Schotts, Staggs, Schmidts, Bristweisters, Endells, Cooks, Shermans, in your family tree, how about a “Jonathan Seaborn Hastings”?

          • MBlanc46

            Not one of those names that I know of. I’ve got the German, French, Irish, English, and Scottish. Unfortunately, I very little of my German ancestry and only a couple of generations back of any of them. So, some of those names might be there.

          • FeuerSalamander

            My ancestors came from Thuringia and From around Darmstadt. Many Germans that I have talked to have never heard the name Schott, nor the name Bristweister. To me they sound very German. I met one guy from what was once East Germany and he said that yes, Schott is a name from around the Thuringia Bavaria border area. I think Schmidt is rather common.

          • MBlanc46

            I wish that I knew more about my German ancestors, which is 50% of my ethnic heritage, but my mother was adopted and and no contact with her birth parents.

          • Ella

            Schmidt is Smith! Lol……

          • FeuerSalamander

            Yes, I know that the meaning is the same and that many Schmidts in the US became “Smiths” during WWI.

          • Sick of it

            Part Campbell/MacIver by chance? If so, we are related.

          • Ella

            We might be related through the German side. Did your German relatives come from the Mosel Tal?

          • FeuerSalamander

            The Schotts came from Erbach. The Schmidts came from Emstadt. There were married in Heesendarmstadt sometime in the middle of the 1800s. The entire Schott family and the entire Schmidt family then moved, with the new couple, to the Columbus Ohio area shortly after the marriage. A generation earlier The father of the Schott who married the Scmidt,married an Eva Bristweiser . Eva was born in Emstadt, which is now in Thuringia, a literal stone’s throw from the Bavarian border. Emstadt was most likely part of the “death zone” during the existence of the DDR. Google maps shows an intersection with about four houses, who knows what was there earlier.

          • FeuerSalamander

            I learned most of what I know with a Pimsleur course. I traveled quite a bit for work awhile back. Youtube also has some funny german shows on it. Anything with Bully Herbig, Rick Kavanian, or Stephan Raab is pretty good.

          • Strider73

            Just copy & paste all that into Google Translate. I also have a translator app on my Kindle Fire, but punching one letter at a time can be sehr langweilig (very boring).

          • Martel

            Volg je de serie nog?

          • Guest

            Is that Dutch?

          • Martel

            Yes, its similar to German.

          • FeuerSalamander

            ah, nog is noch, volg is folgen

          • Martel

            Klopt( Das stimmt)

          • FeuerSalamander

            Das erste Bild erinnert mich, ich habe vergessen, meine Zähne heute Zahnseide

      • FeuerSalamander

        Deutschland brauche mer Deutsche kinder.

        • LovelyNordicHeidi

          Das stimmt.

          Mehr arische Kinder!

          • dd121

            Mein Gott! They look just like my grand kids! (maybe mine are not QUITE as blonde 🙂 )

          • FeuerSalamander

            Die kleinen Schätze. Diese kleine Gesichter bringen Freude

          • FeuerSalamander

            I don’t know if my pronunciation is good enough to try to pronounce “arische Kinder”. I might get into trouble.

    • GeneticsareDestiny

      I don’t think the current lack of women in the movement will be too much of a problem. There are a few of us, and more will come the more popular the movement gets.

      Women tend to feel safer expressing opinions if the opinions are socially sanctioned. When racial realities become a discussable topic (and they will, the only question is when), women will begin saying all sorts of non-PC things, like that they greatly fear rape by black men and get hooted at by Hispanic men when they walk down the street.

      And as the general population gets browner and blacker, there will be fewer places for middle class and rich white women to run to to avoid placing their children in black/Hispanic schools. Eventually, they will have to emotionally confront their own taboo, unconscious feeling that putting their children around blacks and Hispanics is dangerous. And once they do that, the mental barriers will be broken down and they will convert in large numbers. Protecting their children is probably the most powerful motivator women have.

      Furthermore, women will generally (not always, but generally), over time, change their opinions on social, political, or religious topics to those of their husband or long-term boyfriend. If racial realism becomes common among men, it will inevitably turn their women to the movement too.

      One last observation, only somewhat related, is that the race question is becoming a lot more important in society than it was 10 or 20 years ago, and the PC opinion on race is becoming ever more separated from the reality of race.

      Colorblindness (the old PC opinion) was incorrect, but it was an opinion most whites felt comfortable holding, because it adhered to our innate sense of fairness. Nowadays, colorblindness is racist and you’re only a good, PC individual if you believe in “white privilege” and “institutional racism”.

      This extreme divorce of PC from reality tends to attract only women and gay or feminine men, and even among those three groups, the appeal is limited. The women are only there because of their psychotic altruism, the feminine men are there as beta orbiters, hoping to score with said women, and I’m not sure why the gays are there.

      No movement led by women, feminine men, or homosexual men will ever be as powerful or convincing in the long term as a movement led by confident, masculine heterosexual men. Even the feminist movement was enabled by men.

      Women gravitate towards power, and the power of PC is waning, while our own is slowly growing. It is the beginning of the end of them, while for us it is only the beginning.

    • Anna Tree

      Another supporter 🙂

      It’s not only that women are more emotional, more pathological altruist and more naive, it’s also selfish: they got affirmative action and other goodies from the liberal leftism society (more rights in divorce, money if single mom etc) and so they didn’t suffer from diversity like white men. Of course all this was done on purpose: their attitude and vote was bought.

      So I think that white women can wake up from their brainwashing but much later than white men (who are discriminated from the start). I think when they marry and can live the discrimination of their husbands, or when they become moms, especially when their kids are getting older and the reality of diversity sinks in: like in dumbing down of the schools, bullying of whites and of course because they love their son as much as their daughter and realize that the system is profoundly anti-white men.

      So there are smart young women like LovelyNordicHeidi or CourtneyFromAlabama who woke up in their early twenties but I think most white women will wake up in their late thirties.

      It is really not fair for those bright young men, who indeed need female support, not only to stop the silly mysogyn claims of their detractors, but because white men need white women period. For family values, friendship and yes, admiration.

      Worse, the chance are those young white men are sons of (first generation) feminist liberal leftist mothers who also don’t support their racialist nationalist thinking and actions.

      Real Heroes. My hat off.

      • Grantland

        What makes you think you woke up?

        • Anna Tree

          I’m not sure what do you mean, from what angle you are asking.

          I think I woke up compared to many others, the vast majority out there, who still believe all the liberal leftist dogmas we are told ad nauseum everywhere, without even checking if those are true, beside the fact that sometimes just looking around is enough to know reality is obviously contradicting those dogmas. Of course I may be wrong, but at last when I realize something was strange, I check for myself instead of continuing to believe blindly. Also i acknowledge that I don’t know everything, maybe I am still inside another bubble that needs to be burst.

          I will post a summary of my journey, this is a yahoo version, i.e. moderated. If you still want to know more, please be more detailed in your next question(s), thank you.

          I came to realize a couple of years ago that the same way the people believed the Catholic Church, for example, a few centuries ago, by blind faith, brainwashing and force, we today believe a new religion, albeit secular. Blind faith doesn’t always revolve around a god… Today blind faith revolve around liberalist dogmas, like wealth redistribution like affirmative action or the tax to reverse the human global warming (oops climate change), diversity is a strength, islam is a religion of peace, Dalai Lama is a saint, races don’t exist/are a social construct, multiculturalism is our salvation, hom0sessuality is innate, affirmative action is not racism, “no child behind” is good for all etc etc

          I just accepted what I was told without checking because it made me feel good, this is how a liberal and good person should think, all were mainstream opinions and repeated ad nauseum everywhere. It’s only by coincidence 9 years ago that I found out about one of the untruth I was believing blindly in (islam a religion of peace highjacked by a few bad apples… not). It took me time but I gradually I came to realize how much we are brainwashed in so many issues by the elites, family, media, friends, school and of course by even ourselves, because of greed, naivety, taught self hatred, projection, wishful thinking, pathological altruism, ego etc.

          During the years, I went through all my opinions, one by one, check arguments from the different sides and I indeed changed my mind in most of them. From now, I check everything before making an opinion, and I am always ready to change it with the proper contra argument: some of the questions I asked myself and went to research on are: Is the “climate change” influenced greatly or very little by man? Is the Dalai Lama who he – and the media – is portraying himself? Was Tibet a theocracy? Is multiculturalism good? Are multiracialist countries safe? Should we forgo the protection of owning arms because criminals are killing? Is homosexuality innate? Why so many people never came to create a written language or invent the wheel? Is abortion a Universal Human Right? Why killing a 1 month old baby a murder but killing a 8 month old fetus a choice? Was “prophet” mohamed a good man? Is affirmative action racism? Are special rights and hate crimes discriminatory? Is bullying an homosexual worse than bullying a kid with glasses? Are men more intelligent than women? If there are physical differences between the races, are there also other differences? Are we all equal in front of the Law? Why can the Black or Latinos be proud of their color or heritage etc but not a White? etc

  • FeuerSalamander

    JA!!! IN DIE ERDE MIT DER “EU”

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    British politician Nigel Farage, has become an idol to some young Germans–to the consternation of many others.

    Seems it’s not only Nigel Farage…

    May, 2014, the Telegraph:

    Germany’s interest in Adolf Hitler at record levels

    Germans are more interested in Adolf Hitler that at any time since the end of the Second World War, a new study has concluded.

    The German Media Control research group, which monitors broadcasting, found that documentaries about Hitler are aired twice a day on German television channels and that books and films about the Nazi leader are being produced in record numbers.

    http //www telegraph co uk/history/world-war-two/10804301/Germanys-interest-in-Adolf-Hitler-at-record-levels html

    • dd121

      I think I’m going to be ill.

      • Ella

        This is a joke, right?

        • dd121

          I’m afraid not.

          • Ella

            Oh yeah, they are really German by blood. (sarc)

          • dd121

            I think they’re the invaders.

  • GenX Antipodean

    How can you not love Germans, well unless you’re jealous of them.

    • Ella

      Germans and Italians will be the last of the true Europeans.

      • Andy

        Why do you think that?

        • Ella

          It is their long historical past. Past behaviours are likely to repeat itself for better or worse. It is also an old saying.

  • IstvanIN

    Germany can never be free unless they rid themselves of all American occupation forces and allow freedom of political parties.

    • dd121

      Don’t worry, we won’t be there as long as the Romans.

  • TruthBeTold

    DO NOT AGREE TO AN INTERVIEW WITH THE PRESS.

    The press is not your friend. Anything you say will be twisted and used against you.

    • FeuerSalamander

      Stimmt !

  • FeuerSalamander

    the first picture just reminded me of something, I need to floss

  • They actually sound pretty normal to me . . .”Long Live Germany’s Junge Alternative”

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    It’s good to see young Germans waking up and rebelling against the genocidal racial and religious aliens who are displacing them in their own land. Let’s hope enough of them like the Russians and Ukrainians have the stones to act to rid their land of invaders. They’re going to need it.

  • FeuerSalamander

    Deutschland Deutschland Rettet Alles Rettet alle die Weiss Race!

  • FeuerSalamander

    Warum?

  • FeuerSalamander

    Near the end, she adds’ “Du Hure” to the sentence and tells him that, as a turkish man, when he is speaking to a woman this is how he should reply ” Adle, I am Orhan, I live in ‘pork eating land’ (germany) YOU WHORE (you whore)!!!!”Judging from some of the comments on youtube, there are a lot os stick in the mud liberal Germans that decry this as awful and not funny. But … this is HILARIOUS!!!!!!. The first turkish person, a male, that I ever met taught me my first turkish words: “Shaytan kah’din” which means EVIL WOMAN!!!!

  • Pelagian

    is the point of this that that German teachers of German As a Second Language classes in Germany are basically teaching Turkish immigrants how better to loathe their adopted country? Just a guess…

  • FeuerSalamander

    Dresden was rebuilt.War is a sad business. I am more sad about the German people killed than the buildings that can be rebuilt. Three million Germans died,( at least) fleeing the east as Germany was crumbling. That figure is civilians alone. Then there is the story of Nemmersdorf as well. If I went to Germany and they wanted to vent on me I don’t know what I would do, I wouldn’t get mad at them though, I wouldn’t hold it against them though. I’d probably embarrass myself by crying.

  • BulgAryan

    lustig 🙂