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01/04/2008 01:07 AM ID: 67459 Permalink   

Germany's Right Extremists Mobilize Against Muslims

 

A new right-extremist party called "Pro NRW" concentrates on preventing the building of mosques in Germany. Their main concentration area is the Catholic town of Cologne, where playing on fears of a supposed Muslim invasion seems to work.

The party has recently found a solvent financial supporter, the 90-year-old contractor G√ľnther Kissel who is known for financing far-right causes.

Board members of the party include known right extremists from other parties and prohibited groups. The German domestic intelligence agency - the Verfassungsschutz - is watching.

 
  Source: www.spiegel.de  
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  12 Comments
  
  Fight fire with fire?  
 
Sometimes, it seems like atleast some of the muslim religion is insane. Then I hear about groups like this and I think, damn both sides are insane.

I think we should get fringe groups like this, put them in an arena with the weapons of their choice, and put it on TV. Help weed out the crazy people, and maybe if we are lucky, put an end to their dna pool.
 
  by: tellgar     01/04/2008 07:05 AM     
  @ tellgar  
 
I wish.
 
  by: captainJane     01/04/2008 08:59 AM     
  Think about it,  
 
The German government wants to ban Scientology, but right extremists groups like NPD, die Republikaner, Pro NRW, usw. have a safe haven. A bit of irony, don't you think?
 
  by: ukpunk1   01/04/2008 09:22 AM     
  Think about it,  
 
The German government wants to ban Scientology, but right extremists groups like NPD, die Republikaner, Pro NRW, usw. have a safe haven. A bit of irony, don't you think?
 
  by: ukpunk1   01/04/2008 09:22 AM     
  Ooops,  
 
double post. Admin,could you omit the second one? Thanks.
 
  by: ukpunk1   01/04/2008 09:23 AM     
  @UK  
 
Your really trying to compare Scientology and German fascism groups?

Scientology is quite effective, they are not.
 
  by: AnsweringQuestions     01/04/2008 09:46 AM     
  @ AQ  
 
No comparison,it's just that the German government said, "Scientology doesn't fit into our Constitution" and I was thinking, how about right extemism? Does that fit in?
 
  by: ukpunk1   01/04/2008 10:01 AM     
  Oops, not again!  
 
I meant "extremism"
 
  by: ukpunk1   01/04/2008 10:02 AM     
  @ukpunk1  
 
I think the German government was swayed after they heard of the evidence about the woman Scientology killed.
 
  by: tiggyfiggy   01/04/2008 12:39 PM     
  @Tellgar  
 
You compare religion to political movement, yet you forget the history of the same place and what religion backed it up to bake 6 million jews.
 
  by: isuzu     01/04/2008 07:06 PM     
  @NOI  
 
You don't have to be an extremists to be against muslims, but it seems that many are ready with all kinds of lables if you are (against them).
 
  by: crosimoto     01/04/2008 07:23 PM     
  Its not a party  
 
Its not possible to vote them so its not a party. Its an interest group.
 
  by: evilrat   01/05/2008 12:05 PM     
 
 
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