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Saturday, 6 January 2018

Let Freedom Ring - in Germany

Here is part of a speech by one of the few German politicians I admire, a sane, courageous and intelligent voice  that Merkel, via her "Justice" Minister, the Eichmann-look-alike (*) Heiko Maas, wants to silence. Her  colleague,  Beatrix von Storch (another woman politician worth admiring)  is the AfD politician, that Heiko Maas has already succeeded to get blocked on Twitter and Face Book via the liberticide law that came into effect on January 1st. Both platforms could really do with an injection of Class against the prevailing vulgarity. 

And so, here you have   the woman  whom the German Judiciary  officially condoned to be called a "Nazi Slut" (eine Nazi Schampe).


In 2013 

I joined the AfD because for me the idea 

and the promise of freedom are the focus. 

Freedom is an abstract word. And let me 

explain briefly what freedom means
 to me in concrete terms

Freedom means deciding who 

we are governed by. 

Freedom means being able to say without fear 
what you think and what you feel. 

Freedom means founding a family, 
keeping the fruits of one's own 

work and be able to pass them onto one's children. 

Freedom means to create your life freely 

and to be happy according to your own choice. 

And here is the common

ideological foundation between Alexander Gauland and me. 

For when we look at who has come to Germany

in the last few years, we realise that these are not 

always friends of freedom, who came to us. 

I ask the question: Are Imams

preaching in (unclear) mosques for the Erdogan regime in Turkey 

friends of freedom?

Are the four Serb youths who in Hamburg

gang rape a girl

and record this on video and are then acquitted, are they 

friends of freedom? Is a Bulgarian

who kicks a woman down the stairs 

is he a friend of freedom? 

Are uninhibited Muslims who 

at a demonstration in Berlin shouted: "HAMAS


are these friends of freedom, ladies and gentlemen ? !

They are definitely no friends 

of freedom. And that is why I am, in all the important issues of our 

time, even as a "Liberal" 

in perfect harmony with the Conservatives

in our party, and you know why? Because 

certain things, for a true liberal, are not 

negotiable. Democracy and free 

elections: non-negotiable. Freedom of expression and the press: 

not negotiable.  Separation of State 

and religion: non-negotiable

The right of every woman to drive, 

work and not be beaten by her husband: 


No hate speech and violent attacks on Jews:

No homosexuals hanged from 

construction cranes or pushed off the roof: 

not negotiable. No truck barriers and no 

machine guns to protect Christmas markets

that is not negotiable. And I tell you:  Our Constitution

our liberal democratic constitution is not 


If you wonder about the "picture" coming with this  song,  look up "Die weiße Rose"...

(*) In case you wondered about my describing Merkel's willing executioner, Heiko Maas,  as an Eichmann look-alike: Have a look here, the look-alike-ness is even physical...

Plus ça change, plus ça reste la  même chose....


  1. It is a marvelous thing to know that some Germans do not need to feel guilty.
    They thought about things, took action, at major risk, giving the ultimate sacrifice.

    1. Thoughts are free, who can guess them?
    They fly by like nocturnal shadows.
    No man can know them, no hunter can shoot them,
    With powder and lead: Thoughts are free!

    2. I think what I want, and what delights me,
    But all in the silence, and just how it is
    My wish and desire, no one can deny me
    And so it will always be: Thoughts are free!

    3. I love wine, and my girl even more,
    Only I like her best of all.
    I'm not alone with my glass of wine,
    My girl is with me: Thoughts are free!

    4. And if I am thrown into the darkest dungeon,
    All this would be useless,
    Because my thoughts will tear all gates
    And walls apart: Thoughts are free!

    (5) So I will renounce my sorrows forever,
    And never again torture myself with some fancy ideas.
    In one's heart, one can always laugh and joke
    And think at the same time: Thoughts are free!

    Thank you, for your dedication and for all the work you do.

    1. Dear Anonymous,
      "..It is a marvelous thing to know that some Germans do not need to feel guilty.
      They thought about things, took action, at major risk, giving the ultimate sacrifice..."

      How well said, it puts the members of "Die Weiße Rose" in a lovely nutshell. Personally, being what Brecht called "eine Nachgeborene", I have no 'alibi' and will always wonder, if I had lived during these dark times, would I have been cowardly or shown courage...

      And thank you very much for your generous words. I'm not sure if the word "Simpleton1" should have been there, but being the technical minus I am, I would not even know how to edit it out.

      Here is a German who, I think, has "an alibi" :