anubis at September 15th, 2003 02:22 — #1
hey... i just read this in the newspaper today !
some nazis in munich were planing to plant a bomb. apparently they had huge amounts of tnt and other explosives + fuses. this appears to be a completely new situation in western germany. armed neo-nazis had been only a problem in the eastern part of the republic where unemployment rates skyrocketed over the last few years. now the german bka checks if they have any connection to the bombing in dresden earlier this year. i have to say that right winged terrorist attacks make me more nervous right now than some other guys in the middle east.
snape at September 15th, 2003 13:45 — #2
Well, I've seen a documentary yesterday on a german television channel and they showed a report from a neo-nazi-concert where the cameraman was punched in the face by a nazi and the police was standing next to them, doing nothing. They even had his photo because of the video tape but they were unable to find him (strange thing).
davepermen at September 15th, 2003 15:13 — #3
we are our own biggest problem.
you never have to look into middleeast or to where ever you want (russia,china,what ever) to "find your enemies". just look at your own place where you life. there's enough problems to solve at home.
now tell that to bush..
anubis at September 15th, 2003 16:19 — #4
right... and he really has enough problems in his own country. but if you can't solve your own problems it's easier to shift away attention from them. what i really like is that they are totally bashing on the soldiers in iraq. they cut their families health insurance. they cut their income. and then they let them stay in iraq for over half a year... is this the way bush treats people he declared heros of the nation ???
i read an article about the anual report from the bnd and they said that the leftwing in germany totally fell into disarray in the mid ninetees and that the new real thread comes from the right. if even the government realizes that, it must be really bad.
donberto at September 16th, 2003 10:08 — #5
davepermen, anubis: true... sad isn't it? it's sad when a person ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE exacts his personal agenda before the people's needs.
what's even sadder, I think I voted for him [or Ralph Nader, can't remember - i don't think i was sober]
anubis at September 16th, 2003 11:00 — #6
I think I voted for him [or Ralph Nader, can't remember - i don't think i was sober]
yeah, that's the attitude towards voting i like !!! i didn't vote at all...
davepermen at September 16th, 2003 17:07 — #7