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  • #91
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    Last edited by picanha; 08-10-2018, 04:14 AM. Reason: pointless debate

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    • #92
      German Jewish Counsil says AfD no alternative for Jews (right on the first page of their HP)

      https://www.zentralratderjuden.de/


      But I think they also need to adress this problem. If 5 yo migrant kids already use "Jude" as a derogatory term. It is potentrially as grave and dangerous as native Nazism.

      http://juedischerundschau.de/im-21-j...gen-135910655/

      It is a problem many European societies face. And all now cyring Nazi (even if partly correct) never would put teh same effort to tackle other sources of antisemitism.

      Just look at DJ Lams dead (In France) his muslim child days friend assaulted him and an other man and killed them and cut their eyes out.

      Afterwards he was totally happy to come directly into paradise. "I killed a Jew"

      Just now Macron admitted the Antisemitic nature of the crime.

      https://de-de.facebook.com/RIPDJLAMC/

      It is the same in Germany.
      Last edited by picanha; 08-10-2018, 06:14 AM.

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      • #93
        https://www.dw.com/en/cologne-hostag...ion/a-45960911

        Cologne hostage-taker was 'slated for deportation'

        The Syrian suspect behind the hostage situation at Cologne's central train station was reportedly due to be deported in 2015. German authorities have been accused of dropping the ball.

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        • #94
          German Farmers Struck By Drought Fear Further Damage From Climate Change

          https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt...=1540221363224

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          • #95
            German supermarket baby food poisoner gets 12.5 years

            A man who put poisoned baby food on supermarket shelves in a bid to extort millions has received a stiff jail sentence. He was found guilty on five counts of attempted murder along with attempted extortion.

            https://www.dw.com/en/german-superma...ars/a-45992189

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            • #96
              Germany: Eight arrested for rape in Freiburg

              https://www.dw.com/en/germany-eight-...urg/a-46060138

              Eight men were arrested in the idyllic German city of Freiburg on Friday in connection with the rape of an 18-year-old woman. Police said that seven of the suspects were Syrian men aged 19 to 29, and one native German aged 25.

              And again some were known to Police. It is just laughable. All parties obstructing strict deportation laws are at fault here. The Greens also do lipservices only now, in reality they block everything leading to swifter deportation of criminals.

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              • #97
                https://www.dw.com/en/germany-possib...ted/a-46065986
                Germany: Possible terror attack on high speed train investigated

                Police found wire pulled across a stretch of train tracks in Bavaria, national media reported. A conductor mistook the sound of the incident for a shorted circuit.


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                • #98
                  The Polish press says die Mutti. doesn't want to be a CDU leader anymore. She still wants to be a Chancellor, though. The reason for her decision is the appalling CDU score during the local elections in Hessen, the worst result since 1966.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by Musashi2 View Post
                    The Polish press says die Mutti. doesn't want to be a CDU leader anymore. She still wants to be a Chancellor, though.
                    That's not up to her though, is it?

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                    • Originally posted by Ivan le Fou View Post

                      That's not up to her though, is it?
                      She has just won the elections, so she can stay being the Chancellor for a few more years. She will not be the CDU leader anymore by the end of this year, on the other hand.

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                      • Originally posted by Ivan le Fou View Post

                        That's not up to her though, is it?
                        there are means to remove her against her will, but it would be less clean for the party and there'd be a risk of new elections and an even worse result than in the recent election.
                        Merkel tries to do everything to stay in power for as long as possible. She usually flat out strongly refused to not be chancellor AND party leader. Now she bargains about "hey, let's give this a try" just to buy her some time as chancellor and probably hopes that the party in return accepts this solution and waits until next planned election.


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                        • Does the fact of being Chancellor grant her any kind of legal immunity?

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                          • According to wiki heads of state enjoy customary international law.

                            Anyway they can bend it like they want or receive absolution through another means. In Merkels case the EU made a "Gefälligkeitsgutachten" a complicated german word for which I don't knwo any translation.

                            It litterally means that someone does you a favour by producing a legal state that suits your actions.

                            Merkel brought substantial financial and societal harm over Germany through negligence and unilateral actions.

                            No country on earth is bound by any laws to open the borders for uncontrolled migration streams.

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                            • Originally posted by Ivan le Fou View Post
                              Does the fact of being Chancellor grant her any kind of legal immunity?
                              A couple of months ago we've had an interesting debate about this, remember? As much as I despise that woman, I'll repeat my previous stance here: You cannot introduce civil or criminal liability for political decisions beyond the realm of extant law. That would be the end of all decision-making. The state would come to a total standstill.

                              What picanha means is a legal expertise pandering to the party that commissioned the report. We have no way of knowing if that's what's happened here, I have to admit. Constitutional law – and the European law is de facto constitutional law – is always a subject of interpretation and only a court holding the perogative of interpretation may issue definite judgement. Until then, every interpretation that doesn't violate the law and the rules of logic may be right.

                              And in truth, we can't wish for an executive branch that has to commission expertise before taking every turn. You can't run a country like that, that's why every constitutional state gives all powers of the state some leeway in interpreting the constitution.

                              Some criminal judges in this country have actually ruled (in trials against defendants involved in human trafficking) that the Federal Government aided and abetted organized immigration crime through negligence. That's not a majority opinion though. It's quite possible (unfortunately) that Merkel did not violate the law.

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                              • Thank you for your answers on the matter. It is enlightening.

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