Thursday, 12 January 2012

The Good German is the one who consents to the demographic destruction of her own country, culture and civilisation; and attempts to stymie any attempt of her countrymen to resist it. While she claims to be an anti-Nazi, we can be sure that her definition of Nazism is rather broad, encompassing anyone opposed to the mass immigration of aliens. She claims she also operates in France, for example. I find it hard to believe there's a big pro-Hitler movement there, unless it's among the Muslim colonists.

The woman, Irmela Mensah-Schramm, is clearly a criminal; but her crime is of the tolerated variety. Even the video shows her spray-painting public property. But that doesn't matter when you've got the state on your side.
"When I scratch off slogans things get broken sometimes. Window panes burst, corporate logos get scratched and the paint streaks on house facades aren't to everyone's liking either," she says with a mischievous smile. She knows that constitutes damage and trespassing and that she therefore occasionally commits an offense. Passersby regularly file legal complaints against her.

Whenever that happens, the pensioner argues that the Nazis started it. "You can repair what gets broken when you're cleaning it. But you can't repair the damage all this stuff does to human dignity." That argument never fails. So far all cases against Mensah-Schramm have been dropped.

She has won two awards for her work -- the Federal Medal of Merit in 1994 and the Erich Kästner Prize awarded by the Dresden press association in 2005. That too has helped her fend off legal action. The state clearly accepts and tolerates her work but it doesn't officially support it, and that makes her angry.
Source: Der Spiegel

The woman is a totalitarian, in the same mould as Hitler and Stalin. She admits she destroys the posters of lawfully-constituted political parties. The interview in which she acknowledges this is even quoted approvingly on the Council of Europe website, giving us an inkling of their own respect for democracy.
Police in Berlin tell me that I am not allowed to remove the Nazi-stickers because the political party isn’t prohibited. They also forbid me to remove small graffiti with polish remover or over-paint big ones because it would be damage to property. Needless to say that I don’t stick to that.


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