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  • ross1948 22:25 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Hessen, ,   

    Not Fake News! Germans Just Voted In Their Own EU Referendum! 

    No, I’ll bet you had no idea, nor, perhaps ( though we had mentioned it in the past)


    …. that there was a death penalty referendum in Germany a few weeks ago too.

    Sad to say, only one German state afforded its people such basic democratic rights, and sadder still, only a minority of the citizens of Hessen voted for capital punishment.

    But then German federal law overrides state law, so the pre-existing statute was a dead letter. And maybe that’s why under 20% voted to keep it.

    Not much point, really, if no evil-doer was ever going to get his just deserts, because Mama Stasi, as federal fuhrerin…


    merkel danger


    … has shown no serious interest in curbing crime, or expelling savage criminals who shouldn’t be in Germany at all.

    But you probably want to know about how those Germans voted on the EU issue.

    And, again sadly, I can’t tell you.

    The only information to be found in English-language media is a minimal mention in DW, viz. that voters were asked to decide on…


     ‘their commitment to the EU.’

    Now what exactly does that mean?

    If it was an honest referendum, the Hessen voters would have been given a free and fair choice,  Brussels Empire, yes or no!

    But that would have been as pointless as the ‘choice’ on capital punishment, since membership of the EUSSR is a matter for Berlin, not individual states.

    So what was printed on the Hessen ballot paper?

    ‘Do you appreciate all the joys and benefits of subordination to a supranational authority?’

    referndmlet peole vote

    Or some other, less subtle, loaded question?

    And did how the people voted have any real effect on anything?

    I have no time, nor energy, to comb through German media so maybe one of our German readers can advise us.


    • Petra Malley 22:47 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Astonishing, that the media have not given this any prominence.
      The German central government has no plans to hold a referendum on the migrant problem, I assume?


    • Jerry Jerman 23:04 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Guten Tag, Ross.
      It was not so hard to help you, and here is the words that Hessen voted for.
      ‘Hesse should be described in the constitution not only as part of the Federal Republic, but also as part of the European Union. This also means that Hesse confesses to “a democratic and constitutional principles committed unified Europe.’
      So if Germany in the future tries to escape from the European Union, the state of Hessen may be forced to stay under EU control?
      You may make what you wish of this.


    • Annelie Neumann 23:28 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I am trying to help you with this so I find it in the Frankfurter Rundschau, that referendum says Hessen is part of the European Union and is binding Hessen to European rule.
      It was done by all the parties in the Hessen parliament but this was before the AfD entered the parliament in October.
      The driver of the plan was a Green leader Frank Kaufmann and all the parties without the AfD calls it the “signal effect for the present localization of Hessen in a united Europe and the openness for future further integration “.
      So CDU, SPD, Greens got their people to vote that way but I do not see what majority, but I think most because if not it will be big news. I think Merkel will never have national referendums because she is afraid of us Germans.
      My apology because this is more English than I can.


    • Willie Frobes 02:23 on November 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I thought the German Federal Republic had a.law against letting the people have their say?


  • ross1948 17:10 on April 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Abdulkerim Demir, Afghan flag demo, amok Afghan, Fulda Foreigners Council, , Hessen, , ulda   

    Amok Savage Shot? Aliens Want German Cop Arrested! 

    BERLIN:  Police in the central German city of Fulda said they shot dead a young Afghan refugee who went on a violent rampage in a bakery early Friday. 
    The 19-year-old allegedly attacked the driver of a delivery truck at the bakery at 4:20am (local time), before smashing the shop’s windows….
    As police arrived on the scene, the young man flung stones at the officers. Police subsequently opened fire, killing the man

    Afghan Refugee Goes On Rampage At German Bakery. Shot Dead …

    So far, so good!

    One less pig-ignorant parasite ( who got into Germany as one of those poor little ‘unaccompanied minors’) to mooch off German tax-payers!


    Did you even see that story in any major English-language media? Actually, Xinhua, the Communist China English agency had it, and a few other obscure sites. The Leftal, aka The Local, had it, but I use another link because theirs takes too long.

    But the aftermath?

    You’d think if there were any decent people among the Afghan ‘refugee’ community in Fulda, they’d have sent representatives to the bakery to dissociate themselves from the dirty barbarian’s amok-run…



    …or at least contacted the police to extend concern and sympathy to the officers attacked.

    Or at the very least maintained an embarrassed silence!




    Hasil gambar untuk abdulkerim demir fulda

    An alien rabble, bearing Afghan flags, stomped through Fulda’s streets this past Sunday, ranting about ‘justice.’ One Abdulkerim Demir has apparently asserted that the deceased dirt-bag ‘only wanted to buy bread.’

    Heck, I go out to buy bread at least twice a week.

    Gambar terkait

    If it’s sold out, I maybe mutter in disappointment but I don’t turn into a demented demon- the brute attacked the delivery driver and other staff, then aimed rocks at the cops who came to deal with the situation.

    Gambar terkait

    Nor is it my habit when bread-shopping to carry a club, as the mangy mutt in Fulda did.



    The police were 100% correct to take out the rabid beast.

    Yet Dork Demir whines, and defines the beast as a “young man in Germany, who wanted to buy only two rolls.”

    Okay, we know that significant numbers of Mama Stasi Merkel’s imported crimmigrants are totally worthless ingrates.


     Hasil gambar untuk abdulkerim demir fulda
    Dirty Demir


    “The Afghan community in Fulda and I demand that all police involved in the incident be suspended,” said the foreigners’ council chairman. He demands even more: “The shooting officer must be arrested.”

    So  – question time!

    Who appointed Dork to be chairman of the ‘Fulda Foreigners Council?’

    Who came up with the inane notion of having a ‘Fulda Foreigners Council?’

    Who do these arrogant aliens think they are?

    And why not send the uppity swine back to whence they came?





    • Hannelor 21:37 on April 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      They come into Germany like leeches and now they think they are ‘protected species.’
      We hate the fact they are in our country.
      It will be better for us and them if they leave soon.


    • Bill Andrews 23:02 on April 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      If those cheeky b-stards in the photo love the Afghan flag so much then they should bugger off home and live under it.
      First they need to be put to work to repay all the money they have sponged off Germany meantime.
      Pity the cops didnt get a few more.


    • Petra Malley 23:45 on April 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thuggery and arrogance, twin badges of Europe’s ‘migrant’ tribe.
      Whichever officer shot that delinquent should be given a gold medal, or at least a promotion.


    • Val Goodman 07:15 on April 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I have been reading all the links, even with German-to-English translation, and I can’t see why Demir and every one of those caught in that demo photo are not in custody waiting to be deported.
      Your questions are apposite.
      Who even thought of setting up a ‘foreigners council’ in Fulda or anywhere in Germany? Foreigners of any variety are there on sufferance and should not be shooting their mouths off.


  • ross1948 16:39 on May 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Andreas Scheuer, , , , , , , , , Gunther Krichbaum, Hessen, Michael Roth, ,   

    Achtung! Merkel Declares War On Turkish Democracy! 

    The naked contempt for democracy embedded in Mama Stasi’s regime has rarely been so glaring as this week.



    Merkel has been harping for months on how Turks should not be deprived of their democratic rights. Merkel urges Turkish people to uphold democracy –

    As has the Brussels Empire!

    But she’s now dropped the mask and made it clear that she won’t have Turkish – or indeed German – people taking decisions for themselves on any issue not approved by the EUSSR.


    • ====

    • Her arrogant coalition minion, Michael Roth, Minister of State for Europe, told the Bundestag that the federal government had not yet received an application by the Turkish embassy to hold a referendum on the death penalty.


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    “Regardless of this, the federal government will not support any initiative to introduce the death penalty,” Roth said.

    And any notion that the ‘conservative’ wing of Mama Stasi’s party, the Christian Social Union  was any more serious about democracy than Merkel’s CDU were finally put to rest when CDU Secretary General Andreas Scheuer grautitously chipped in with further disrespect for the democratic process  – ‘allowing such a referendum on the death penalty would be against German law.’


    Hasil gambar untuk andreas scheuer


    “No referendum can be given on German soil that would lead to the introduction of the death penalty,” Scheuer said.

    “That is what our constitutional law and common sense dictates.”

    True, there’s an odd line in the German constitution, outlawing capital punishment, but that constitution, as we’ve noted before…How Dare German Patriots Offer The People Democracy!…was NEVER put before the German people for their approval or otherwise.



    In fact, just last year, we noted that the German State of Hessen, the death penalty was on the statute book and presumably still is. …the various parties could not agree on the proposed changes. The death penalty remained. To finalize the reform, Hesse will have to put forth a referendum to the peopleIn Germany, A Rare Chance for People Power! 


    Will these Merkel minions leap in and stomp Hessen’s democratic process too?

    As for common sense, what an arrogant prig this Scheuer is, to impose his own prejudice on his fellow-citizens without rational argument, instead suggesting he must be self-evidently correct.

    Another member of Mama’s brood, one Gunther Kirchbaum, has   escalated the row. While he grudgingly that that German cops would not be able to use force to infiltrate Turkish embassies to prevent voting


    Gambar terkait


    …he blustered bumptiously that “we should do everything possible to make it more difficult.” and sought to enlist the Euro-Commissars in Merkel’s jihad against democracy, urging coordinated European action to not allow voting.


    “This inhumane form of punishment contradicts the essential fundamental rights of the EU.”   https://www.thelocal.de/20170428/govt-could-block-turks-from-voting-in-germany-on-death-penalty


    It’s not the supranational state that has rights but the people, and the peoples, of Europe, inside or outside the ‘EU,’ that as rights, not least the right to be safe from predators.

    • And in any territory with pretensions to democratic principles, the essential, fundamental right to decide what should befall evil-doers who menace their safety.

    • What kind of hypocritical message are these condescending German elitists sending to decent democratic Turks?

    • ‘Sure, resist Erdogan’s Islamist autocracy! But don’t dare think you have the right to make your own decisions on matters of life or death?’ 

    • jerry Jerman 00:43 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Do not expect Merkel to understand democratic principles. In her opinion the people are only permitted to vote in the predetermined agenda.
      She is ex-Stasi, as you know.


    • Anton 14:16 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Who does Germany belong to? The Germans or the Commissioners in Brussels? Or does Merkel now see the future in terms only of The Thoughts of Chairman Mama?
      These elitists must be overthrown in the election this year and democracy restored with the right of Germans to not only respect other countries referendums but also to have referendums of their own, like that one they never got on that anti-death-penalty clause in their own constitution.


  • ross1948 22:28 on March 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Hessen, ,   

    In Germany, A Rare Chance for People Power! 

    Fascinating to learn that, in Germany, despite the central government’s post-war folly in abolishing capital punishment,  the death penalty is still on the statute book in one of the states, Hessen.http://www.thelocal.de/20160317/german-state-to-finally-get-rid-of-death-penalty NB, having travelled through it often, I call it Hessen, although the usual English version is Hesse.

    Although it’s not been put to good use, or any use, since 1945, that potentially useful law is now being targetted for abolition by the political establishment.


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    • But any such change requires popular consent in a referendum!

    As we’ve seen by her refusal to give Germans a popular vote on the crimmigrant tsunami, Mama Merkel doesn’t like democracy any more than she’s prepared to make evil-doers pay a fair price for their crimes.

    So I’m expecting her CDU minions will line up with SPD and Greens to campaign for abolition. 

    So this is a golden opportunity for the patriot party, the AfD, to mobilise people power.


    referndmlet peole vote


    Needless to say, the elite’s lap-dog media will be shrilling to ensure undesirables will not get their come-uppance. The Local, from which we got this story, is a typical example of the media’s inability to report news without inserting its own prejudices.

    Even as we read down to the end of their page, it smacks you in the eye. . ,  .

    In a surprising survey two years ago, a law professor in Bavaria found that one third of his students and aspiring lawyers supported the death penalty.

    Surprising? How so?

    Maybe it is a pleasant surprise that so many young Germans, despite the pinko indoctrination pervasive through school and college, maintain a common-sense approach. Yet there’s nothing inherently surprising about people of any age feeling killers deserve to die.


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    • ————-
    • All the more reason to hope fervently that the voters of Hessen will surprise the in-crowd and vote to keep the death penalty.

    Then sensble Germans can launch a nationwide campaign for restoration. 

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