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Cap.Miller

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#1 15 years ago

You Guys should read this and if you don't understand German just use a Translator. IN SHORT: The Nazis in Germany are getting more and more... The NPD (the right radical party) gets anytime more votes (for a short time they got 15 votes of 17 possible votes from the Parliament....). I also see it on the streets. About 30% i see all day got shaved skins...(and there are quite more just without blanzingly stuff... They came even last week to our school, distrubing flyers that we should join them, etc... This really sucks i wanna go out of Germany :( Or we get another guy that we can say "heil" -.-* Eklat im Landtag: NPD verweigert Ehrung für Nazi-Opfer Dresden (dpa) - Nach einem Eklat im sächsischen Landtag steht die rechtsextreme NPD im Verdacht der Volksverhetzung und muss mit rechtlichen Schritten der Staatsanwaltschaft rechnen. In einer Debatte zum Gedenken an die Bombardierung Dresdens 1945 sprachen NPD-Abgeordnete von einem "Bomben-Holocaust". 599594,h=184,pd=5,w=232.jpg Die tätowierten Beine eines Rechtsradikalen bei einer Kundgebung vor einem NPD-Plakat. © dpa icon-enlarge.gif Die britisch-amerikanischen Luftangriffe nannten sie "kaltblütig geplanten, industriellen Massenmord". Bereits zuvor hatten die NPD-Vertreter für einen Eklat im Dresdner Landtag gesorgt: Sie verweigerten sich einer Schweigeminute für die Opfer des Nationalsozialismus und verließen den Plenarsaal, als sich die Fraktionen zum Gedenken erhoben. Die NPD wollte lediglich der Opfer der Bombardierungen deutscher Städte durch alliierte Luftangriffe vor 60 Jahren gedenken. Bei den Angriffen auf Dresden am 13. und 14. Februar 1945 waren schätzungsweise 35 000 Menschen ums Leben gekommen. Daran wird in diesen Tagen mit einer Fülle von Veranstaltungen erinnert. Die Dresdner Staatsanwaltschaft will die NPD-Reden nun wegen des Verdachts auf Volksverhetzung prüfen, sagte Oberstaatsanwalt Andreas Feron. Dies hatten CDU und Grüne bereits unmittelbar nach der sehr emotionalen, immer wieder durch empörte Zwischenrufe unterbrochenen Landtagsdebatte gefordert. Auch das Landtagspräsidium kündigte eine Prüfung an. Nach Ansicht der PDS lieferte die NPD neues Material für ein Verbotsverfahren. Besonderen Unmut riefen Redepassagen hervor, die nach Ansicht der demokratischen Landtagsfraktionen die Nazi-Verbrechen relativieren: "Der Bomben-Holocaust von Dresden steht ursächlich weder im Zusammenhang mit dem 1. September 1939 noch mit dem 30. Januar 1933", behauptete der NPD-Abgeordnete Jürgen Gansel mit Blick auf Kriegsbeginn 1939 und NS-Machtergreifung 1933. Es war zudem von einer "selektiven Erinnerungskultur" in Deutschland die Rede, die nur die Opfer der anderen Völker im Blick habe. NPD-Fraktionschef Holger Apfel sprach im Zusammenhang mit dem Kriegsende vom Tag "der vermeintlichen Befreiung Deutschlands". 706772,h=179,pd=2,w=239.jpg Der Fraktionsvorsitzende der NPD im Sächsischen Landtag, Holger Apfel (Archiv). © dpa icon-enlarge.gif "Wir dürfen das Dresdner Inferno niemals vergessen, wir dürfen aber auch nicht vergessen, wie es dazu kam", hatte Alterspräsident Cornelius Weiss namens aller anderen Fraktionen auf die Anwürfe der NPD erwidert. Der SPD-Fraktionschef erwähnte die Machtergreifung Adolf Hitlers 1933, die Verfolgung der Juden, den Massenmord in Konzentrationslagern, die deutschen Bombardements auf das spanische Guernica und das englische Coventry. Es sei gefährlich, Ereignisse gegeneinander aufzurechnen. "Brücken bauen - Versöhnung leben" sei der Geist, "der fortan in uns leben muss", sagte Weiss in einer mit langem Beifall bedachten Rede, nach der sich die Abgeordneten von CDU, SPD, PDS, FDP und Grünen erhoben. Unterdessen lehnte Landtagspräsident Erich Iltgen das Ansinnen der NPD ab, am Gedenktag für die Zerstörung Dresdens vor dem Landtag aufmarschieren zu dürfen. "Ich habe kein Verständnis dafür, dass bestimmte politische Gruppierungen versuchen, die Ereignisse am 13. Februar 1945 in ihrem Sinn umzudeuten und für politische Zwecke zu instrumentalisieren." Zum Gedenken wollen 5000 Rechtsextreme aus ganz Deutschland anreisen. Die NPD will juristisch gegen die Entscheidung des Landtagspräsidenten vorgehen.




Nusentinsaino

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#2 15 years ago

I am not going to use a translator for the whole fucking story. :Puzzled:




Cap.Miller

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#3 15 years ago

Use babelfish translater or something smililar. You can copy the story into the text field of the online translator and it will translate everything.. Of course not that good but you will understand it ^^"




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#4 15 years ago

I thought translators were for each single words, not paragraphs. My bad.

And since you are lazy for translating an article in a Forums where the English language is a majority :rolleyes: Here is the English version:

After an eclat in the Saxonian federal state parliament the right-wing extremist NPD stands in the suspicion of the incitement of the masses and must count on legal steps of the public prosecutor's office. In a debate to the memory of the bombardment of Dresden 1945 NPD delegates spoke of a "bomb Holocaust". The taetowierten legs of a right-wing extremist during a demonstration before a NPD poster. The British-American air raids called it "cold-bloodedly planned, industriellen mass murder". The NPD representatives had provided already before for an eclat in the Dresdner federal state parliament: They refused themselves one being silent minute for the victims of the national socialism and left the plenary assembly hall, when the parliamentary groups rose to the memory. The NPD wanted to only think of the victims of bombardments of German cities by allied air raids before 60 years. With the attacks on Dresden on 13 and 14 February 1945 roughly 35,000 humans had died. Of it in these days with an abundance of meetings one reminds. The Dresdner public prosecutor's office wants to examine the NPD speeches now because of the suspicion for incitement of the masses, said senior public prosecutor Andreas Feron. CDU and the Greens had demanded this again and again already immediately after the very emotional, federal state parliament debate interrupted by indignant interruptions. Also the federal state parliament presidency announced an examination. In opinion of the Party of Democratic Socialism the NPD supplied new material for a prohibition procedure. Speech passages caused special displeasure, which relate the Nazi crimes in opinion of the democratic federal state parliament parliamentary groups: "the bomb Holocaust of Dresden stands causally neither in connection with 1 September 1939 nor with 30 January 1933", stated the NPD delegate Juergen Gansel with view of beginning of war 1939 and LV seizure of power 1933. It was besides of a "selective memory culture" in Germany the speech, which had only the victims of the other peoples in the view. NPD party head Holger apple spoke in connection with the end of war of the day "of the alleged release of Germany". The taetowierten legs of a right-wing extremist during a demonstration before a NPD poster we may never forget the Dresdner inferno, we may in addition, not forget, like it in addition did not come", had chairman by seniority Cornelius white on behalf of all other parliamentary groups on would start the NPD answered. The SPD party head mentioned the seizure of power Adolf Hitler 1933, the pursuit of the Jews, the mass murder in concentration camps, the German Bombardements on the Spanish Guernica and the English Coventry. It is dangerous to up-add events against each other. "bridges build - reconciliation" is the spirit lives, "from now on in us to live must", said themselves white in one with long applause considered speech, after that the delegates from CDU, SPD, Party of Democratic Socialism, FDP and the Green raised. Meanwhile federal state parliament president Erich Iltgen rejected the unjustified demand of the NPD to be allowed to deploy on anniversary for the destruction of Dresden before the federal state parliament. "I do not have to reinterpret and for political purposes instrumentalisieren understanding for it that certain political groupings try, the events on 13 February 1945 in their sense." To the memory 5000 right-wing extremists want out completely Germany journeys. The NPD wants to proceed legally against the decision of the federal state parliament president. Speech passages caused special displeasure, which relate the Nazi crimes in opinion of the democratic federal state parliament parliamentary groups: "the bomb Holocaust of Dresden stands causally neither in connection with 1 September 1939 nor with 30 January 1933", stated the NPD delegate Juergen Gansel with view of beginning of war 1939 and LV seizure of power 1933. It was besides of a "selective memory culture" in Germany the speech, which had only the victims of the other peoples in the view. NPD party head Holger apple spoke in connection with the end of war of the day "of the alleged release of Germany". The taetowierten legs of a right-wing extremist during a demonstration before a NPD poster.




Cap.Miller

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#5 15 years ago

Ok thanks for the translation ^^"

And guys say something to that im interested what you think about it. And if you want i could let you stay up to date with that thema...




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#6 15 years ago

Not to worry. They'll all disappear as soon as the EU bans Swastikas.

That'll show 'em.




DuoGodOfDeath

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#7 15 years ago

Ban all Swastika's? Or just ones related to Nazi Germany? Plus banning the Nazi Germany Swastika's won't get rid of the problem. It'll just put it a little more underground but it will still be there.




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#8 15 years ago

Swastika is not nazi! Sure, the germans used it, but they also used the eagle! Does that mean that eagle is nazi too?




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#9 15 years ago

Please don't turn this in the gazillionth thread about swastika! What you are saying Miller is a bit disturbing, i hope we won't see anymore of that far-right shit in Europe anymore :(. How many percent of the vote do they have? (ironically, the main left socialist party in Canada is also called NPD... what does NPD means , is it something like National Party Deutshland?)




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#10 15 years ago

about 30% got shaved skin and are nazis in germany thats what i read from your whole comment

well i live also in germany this leads me to three conmclussions

either you are in yail and you call the floors there streets or you are in a hospital where are a lot of people suffering from cancer (and i belive that most of them arent nazis) 3th ... you just want to rise panic and are a fucking idiot who wants to rise the hate against the germans

please correct me if im wrong