High ranking officials now deny the “man hunt” allegations but are attacked for that both by the German Federal Government and by leftist politicians.
In order to show an impressive and decisive front “against the Right”, a concert was organized for Monday, 3 September. The hashtag #wirsindmehr (“we are more”) was used, to suggest that non-Rightists were the majority. And indeed, up to 65,000 young people came to attend the concert which featured such well known German bands as Die Toten Hosen, Kraftklub and Feine Sahne Fischfilet.
The AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany, the third largest party in the German Federal Parliament) called for a “Grieving march” for Saturday, 1 September, in Chemnitz.
The historical evidence of the “debt” claim is broken down into a number of historical statements. The validity of these statements is assessed. Then, the “debt” claim itself is evaluated, based on the historical evidence. Lastly, the “debt” concept itself is critiqued.
Mass hysteria continues in the media and among politicians. But a few sane voices start to appear, too.
Almost in the last moment, only 4 days before the UN conference in Marrakesh, Saeima, the Latvian Parliament voted on the UN Migration Pact. The debate was lengthy but Saeima, having been given autonomy over…
Bulgaria’s government stated that it will not be attending the U.N. meeting in Marrakesh next week.
The N-VA party, the largest party in the Belgian coalition government, is against the Pact and started a social media campaign against it. In contrast, the Prime Minister, Charles Michel, belonging to the francophone liberal…
The civic movement “Pro Chemnitz” called for a registered demonstration on Monday, 27 August, at 6 p.m. Mass hysteria starts in the media and among politicians.
There is as yet no commitment from the New Zealand Government for or against the UN Migration Pact. Non-governing parties like the National Party and the New Conservative Party have voiced their opposition to the…