On 17 June, Heirs To German Quisling Party Show Scant Shame!


Geschichte / Deutschland / 20. Jh. / West-Berlin 1949-1990 / Ereignisse / 1953 / 17.Juni / Panzer, Polizei

 

On 17th June 1953 the red quisling regime in East Germany faced an uprising, workers and students fighting the tyrants  – Soviet puppets – but alas the freedom forces were crushed.

Almost forty years had to pass until the communist vermin were swept out of power, but weirdly, unlike the Nazis, no ban was put in place against those who preached a revival of their bloodstained creed.

There was a feeble slap-down of the old KPD (Communist Party of Germany) …

…but when a DKP ( German Communist Party!) replaced it, the authorities merely fidgeted.
None of the traitors who served the SED  – the marxist puppet party – were hanged, as leading Nazis had been.

No ban on their satanic Hammer and Sickle symbol..

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…despite the Swastika Verbot.

Yet this very month, the Left Party, die Linke, the heir to that collaborationist SED showed Germans how shamelessly, like far-left leopards,  they’ve refused to change their red spots.

Where once the SED revelled in serving the interests of the enemy occupiers in Red Army uniforms, die Linke rants and raves on behalf of the new occupation – that facilitated by Mama Stasi Merkel, herself a former red gestapo flunkey) in 2015.

The Left’s Secretary General,  a rabid pro-crimmigrant named Jörg Schindler, went totally off the rails, a wholesale denunciation of even the mild improvements which Merkel has offered to appease an ever angrier electorate.

…. cutting asylum-seekers off welfare if they fail to cooperate with authorities, making it easier to lock them up prior to deportations, and incarcerating them in regular jails, all violate Germany’s constitution.

What constitution?

The ‘Basic Law’ has never been put to the German people for their approval. And if the ‘Basic Law’ precludes such commonsense steps as those which provoked Schindler’s Scheisse, then it’s time for major revisions!

If Reds like Schindler object, submit the reforms to a people’s vote – who doubts the electorate would endorse them, and would probably seek tougher still steps against alien parasites!

But skip that and read on, about another demented die Linke red  Ulla Jelpke who, oblivious to her own party’s origins, ‘called the law a “catalog of atrocities.”

Atrocities? Jelpke the Yelper must be deranged. She is beyong argument ignorant of the history of the DDR, whence her foul fanatic-left party originates.

Like every communist regime in every communist-run country, atrocities were an integral part of its way of life, inspired by the ideology and authorised by the marxist state.