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Member of the Bundestag works with left-extremists.
 
March 29th, 2009  
A Can of Man
 
 
Member of the Bundestag works with left-extremists.
I know exactly what you mean.
We can't deviate from the party line too much.
March 30th, 2009  
ObjSRgtLw
 
 
Worst thing: it's a conservative newspaper. I could have remained anonymous- but that's for sissys. I do stand for my word in every way- if they don't like it ... their problem- stop.
June 30th, 2009  
Chad K
 
You seem like a good guy. I dislike what it was the person said. It's wrong for them to want no military, or to be angered by having a good one. What's funny here is, there was a killing of a late term abortion doctor, and so they had more police at abortion clinics. There were also military recruiter killings and the government turned a blind eye to beefing up security at the recruiting offices. The left has no respect for the military, and one day when they need it, it won't be there.
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Member of the Bundestag works with left-extremists.
June 30th, 2009  
A Can of Man
 
 
Actually the American soldier gets more respect and gratitude than most servicemen the world over.
June 30th, 2009  
Del Boy
 
Strange, isn't it, that despite the constant slandering of others as supporters of facism, just about all such dictatorial regimes have sprung from socialist parties, including, of course, the NAZI party.
June 30th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by ObjSRgtLw
Worst thing: it's a conservative newspaper. I could have remained anonymous- but that's for sissys. I do stand for my word in every way- if they don't like it ... their problem- stop.
I admire you for that, and I served in the same army (if many yrs ago) for that right of yours.

Just FDR, though, "Junge Freiheit" is not a "conservative" (FAZ would qulify for that), but rather a revisionist (some call it "NeoNazi") paper made by ppl who still do not want to accpt that the "arian" "german" race ideology was mislead completely (and, personally, much of the stuff I read there gives me the creeps, like the insinuation that no jews were killed in the gas chambers). Froom my POV they distort news for propaganda effects, like "der Stürmer" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Der_St%C3%BCrmer) did and are on the same line. Luckily only very few people read it (and half of them, like me, to see what new inventions about "the conspiracy" they came up with)

Still, if I would post there, I would do it with open visor, same as you (as I actually do against nationalistic (left) stuff here in Spain, here: http://www.circulobalear.com/): It is not only your right, but your obligation if you feel democratic seriously.

Onwards!

Rattler
June 30th, 2009  
A Can of Man
 
 
Unfortunately if I wrote something that was more in tune with reality over here with my name on it, I'd have an angry mob ready to burn my house within hours.
June 30th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by the_13th_redneck
Unfortunately if I wrote something that was more in tune with reality over here with my name on it, I'd have an angry mob ready to burn my house within hours.
Not only there, especially the Language Issue I was mentioning has the same effect, and, especially in a village with only 150 inhabitants, you have to take that serious.

For this reason all my (privately used) email addies and IP´s do not lead to my address straightaway (law enforcement has no prob to find out, though, as it is only stored away for safety with this condition).

So, publishing under my name still holds some (locational) anoymity to the public, though the publisher and state is fully aware.

Rattler
June 30th, 2009  
A Can of Man
 
 
South Korea is laden with so much BS it's painful.
July 5th, 2009  
KJ
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by ObjSRgtLw
Yeah but then I could as well have resigned because they would have thrown me out anyways. Military Intelligence will probably question me about this some time anyways... Next security check will be fun I guess. So much for free will and democracy.

While a noble act, and quite well written ( a bit to emotional for my personal tastes) this might very well come back to bite you in the arse.
Remember the fact that when you signed your contract you signed away alot of the rights civilians have.

Even if Mil Intel doesn´t get you openly for this all they need to do is to drop a hint to your future commanders about trouble about to happen and you will be paria.
I hope it doesn´t come to that, for your sake since you seem passionate about serving..

Good luck, and think about it an extra time before getting something similar published in the future.
Just some free advice, take it for what it´s worth..

//KJ.
 


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