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April 22, 2011

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Strahler 70

Mit seinem neuen Statement erteilt Genosse Sarrazin allen Ausländerfeinden und Rechtsextremen eine erneute Abfuhr. Die in seinem Buch "Deutschland schafft sich ab" vertretenen Thesen sollen helfen, die Migranten besser zu integrieren. Genosse Sarrazin läßt sich nicht vom brauen Pack vereinnahren, welches seine rassistische Gesinnung mittels falsch interpretierter und willkürlich aus dem Zusammenhang gerissenen Passagen seines Buches salonfähig machen will. Hoch die Integration! Nieder mit Rassismus und Fremdenfeindlichkeit! Vorwärts zum Multi-Kulti Staat! Es lebe hoch der Genosse Sarrazin!

[So und nicht anders muß über Thilo Sarrazin geschrieben werden, vor allem dort, wo die Neue und Alte Rechte massenhaft die Kommentarseiten bevölkert.]

Zyme

Ahaha, Gabriel is such a big f** laughing stock :-)

"is totally inconsistant with the ideals and traditions of social democracy in Germany."

According to numerous surveys, SPD supporters beg to differ. Changes come along with time passing, nothing remains as it is, David.

David

At least some in the SPD reject racism and are unhappy that Sarrazin stays:

"Für „Rassisten wie Sarrazin“ sei kein Platz in der SPD, betonte Dees und fügte hinzu: „Wir fordern daher den Parteivorstand und den Landesverband Berlin auf, erneut ein Parteiordnungsverfahren gegen Sarrazin mit dem Ziel des Ausschlusses einzuleiten.“
Auch die Berliner Jusos warnten, das Signal laute jetzt: „Die SPD akzeptiert einen Rechtspopulisten und Hetzer in ihren Reihen.“

Zyme

"At least some in the SPD reject racism and are unhappy that Sarrazin stays"

Absolutely. And who prevailed?

The decisive point is that Sarrazin's ideas are in no way right wing extremist in the Germany of today. He has broad amounts of supporters throughout all parties except the Greens maybe. Leftist Linkspartei supporters are among those who agree most with him.

Multi-Kulti is dead here, and consequently it would have dealt the SPD a serious blow in the upcoming elections, had they kicked Sarrazin out against this amount of support in the electorate.

David

"Multi-Kulti is dead". Yes, I heard Angela Merkel say that. But the fact is there are 5 million people in Germany with Turkish or Arab backgrounds. Germany has to find its way to living with the fact of Multi-Kulti.

Here's hoping for a Green chancellor!

James

Here;s hoping for a Green President of the U.S. in 2012!

John in Michigan, USA

@David:

I agree that it isn't realistic to expect that "5 million people in Germany with Turkish or Arab backgrounds" are going to go away.

But, why is their presence evidence that Germany has to live with Multi-Kulti? Why can't one at least consider the posibility that Germany could make the transition from Multi-Kulti to a model that is both cosmopolitan and assimilationist?

It seems to me you are bracing for a contest in which only two outcomes are possible: left-style Multi-Kulti, or right-style Multi-Kulti. Why not consider other outcomes or models?

John in Michigan, USA

@James:

The Greens have their own race problems. Remember this?

http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,641577,00.html

I interpreted this highly problematic image at:

http://atlanticreview.org/archives/1316-Campaign-Slogan-in-Germany-Yes,-Weekend.html#c20030

and

http://atlanticreview.org/archives/1316-Campaign-Slogan-in-Germany-Yes,-Weekend.html#c20040

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