Neo-Nazis take council seats in citie...

Neo-Nazis take council seats in cities across Germany as march of the ...

There are 17 comments on the Daily Mail story from Jun 9, 2009, titled Neo-Nazis take council seats in cities across Germany as march of the .... In it, Daily Mail reports that:

The German government is alarmed at a weekend of local elections which saw neo-Nazis propelled into power in towns and cities across the country.

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#1 Jul 8, 2009
This isn't just serious, it's SERIOUS!!
Didn't we get enough of these goose-stepping goons the last time around??
SIG_Oh_No_Not_Ag ain


#2 Jul 8, 2009
This isn't just serious - IT'S SERIOUS!!

Didn't the world get enough of these goose-stepping morons the first time around??

Overland Park, KS

#3 Jul 8, 2009
Maybe they will deport all the non-germans by train.

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#4 Jul 8, 2009
Germany is matured enough to stop the banal past of Nazi regime.
East Germany is intellectual enough to stop this inhuman if not ill-informed groups.
I live in Köln where the power of this group is dismal
run outta cee-gars

Leeds, UK

#5 Jul 8, 2009
Every country will exhibit some form of nationalism and even extreme nationalism. It's not always a bad thing is moderation as it sends out a message to the elites in government that their country has it's own separate culture which simply cannot and will not be blended out of existence.

The fall into populism is always the Achilles heel.

It amuses me no end that the NPD don't have the Odra-Neisse Line as the demarcation to Poland, and they also support Russia in it's little wars.

Oh the echos of a bygone summer's afternoon ... and poor old Angie, she's got to compete with all that.

Wait for hell to arrive from the Polish side ... LOL!

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#6 Jul 8, 2009
in the European election this group of Heil Hitler had no chance in Germany unlike in some other Non-hitlerian countries in Europe.
V Tarreyton

Rastede, Germany

#7 Jul 29, 2009
German neo-Nazism is far more than just nationalism, far more than just extreme nationalism. Populism is seeking to appeal to or represent the interests and views of ordinary people. Many neo-Nazis are ordinary, German people. Neo-Nazi parties are not highly populist. Neo-Nazi groups tend to be faithful to their principles rather than abandoning their principles to appeal to ordinary people.
Hitler (for example, in his second book) explained that Germany should not try to gain territory merely because it had once been part of Germany. That status (that territory had once been German) was not the only criterion and was not necessarily the most important criterion in deciding which territory to add to Germany. NPD's border views are consistent with Hitler's analytical approach to border change. When Hitler gained power, there was no aggression for years. Then, Hitler went after Austria, the Sudetenland, and the rest of Czechoslovakia. When Germany started gaining territory, Germany added German-speaking territory. As for NPD's stand with Russia against Georgia, this also is consistent with Hitler's approach. Hitler was hostile to countries in which Jews were an important part of leadership. In the 1920s and '30s, Jews were an important part of Soviet leadership (Trotsky, for example). Today, Jews are not an important part of Soviet leadership. An Israeli colonel seems to have been an important adviser to the Georgian military leadership. In the Russian-Georgian dispute, NPD sided with the country which had less Jewish, less Israeli influence over its military. NPD generally follows Hitler's analytical approach.
NPD's political growth is remarkable in light of persistent, pervasive discouragement by the German government and much of the rest of Germany. NPD and the rest of German neo-Nazism appeal to a growing number of Germans. This appeal is based on far more than Euroskepticism, extreme nationalism, and the current depression. Neo-Nazism emotionally appeals to increasing numbers of Germans because, among many other reasons, it is a virile movement which celebrates brutality (for example, the strong destroying the weak). Incidentally, part of neo-Nazism's extreme nationalism is a tacit attempt to have a renaissance of Germany's pre-Christian values. In Mein Kampf's discussion of Germany's two legs (Lutheranism and Catholicism), Hitler seems to imply that he puts up with Christianity because he can't make a better religion. During the Third Reich, Goering married according to Germany's pre-Christian wedding liturgy, not a Christian wedding liturgy. Christianity (perhaps because of its emphasis on such values as humility, patience, love, kindness, charity, and forgiveness) seems to have been too Jewish for Hitler's taste. In any event, continued growth of NPD and other neo-Nazism, which will occur, will be bad for Germany.
Hungarian power

Oceanside, NY

#8 Jul 30, 2009
Stupid sick SLOWvaks like Pesky the Sick SLOWvak helped the Nazis and communists destroy Eastern Europe!

The famous movie "Hostel 2" accurately depicts the sick sadistic mind of the typical pesky SLOWvak monster of a "man".

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#9 Jul 30, 2009
Nazis have a voice for the ill-informed intellectuals to protest the banal politics that we all see around us.

Germans are barbaric enough to repudiate the past and rebuild the future without NAZI.

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#10 Jul 30, 2009
Comrade V Tarreyton

words are like leaves and
where they most abound
much fruit of sense
is rarely found..
The fact is this
In Germany there are a potential percentage of NAZI fans .

I hope the cultural Germans will show the NAZIs to make their views valid and I will fight to wipe out Nazi from German soil
Russian pig

Yartsevo, Russia

#11 Jul 31, 2009
Only dont make new war, or else America will survive again. And other peoples shouldnt say to germans what they must to do in their own homelands.


#15 Jan 23, 2013
Where to get good vegetarian food in erfurt?

Magdeburg, Germany

#16 Nov 23, 2014
Maybe some people think that fanatism, rascism etc can solve problems. It will deteriorate problems. There is one proper party in Germany Die LInke and they should win and rule, wise people with good social proposals.

Magdeburg, Germany

#19 Dec 3, 2014
There are many strange, simple - minded people, who vote and allow that such party can get a green card.
There is one, really good, normal party in Germany - Die LInke. It should win, if society would common sense.
Oliver Cromwell

Preston, UK

#20 Dec 3, 2014
I believe most Germans have the sense not to go down the road of right wing extremism again,having said that there are those who would and they must be crushed,we see them in Ukraine where they seem to be more Nazi than the Nazis.

Magdeburg, Germany

#22 Jan 4, 2015
They seek money, nothing to do and have much, much money, they are dumb and lazy and mindlessly shameless, fuel bad emotions but simple people to gain power. fanatical rightists just like all these big parties: CDU/CSU/SPD have shown nothing, they push country in collapse, people to slavery by work for their masters from big corporations or direct to poverty.
Die Linke, it is the only good party and the only good solution for Germany.

Magdeburg, Germany

#23 May 6, 2015
it is pathetic, something wrong happens with this nation. They go in bad directions by voting for right extreme.

This nation just like every possible nation want proper, honest social system, proper chances, proper, good jobs conditions, more socialism than liberalism or capitalism, more freedom than wars. It is just leftists-party Die Linke, who want to restore this all, what people need and want.

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