Is believing that “cheerful blond” children are probably “dangerous”, any less crazy than Communist Chairman Mao’s government decreeing that sparrows were symbols of sinister thinking, and therefore to be eradicated?
In 1958 Mao’s Communist government famously declared that “birds are public animals of capitalism” therefore implying (Sparrows in particular) were ideologically dangerous. Sparrows were harassed to death in the millions. The true contribution of the ‘ideological‘ Sparrow was only noticed when their decimation by vilification almost brought them to extinction. Their drastic decline in numbers contributed to the great famine that killed tens of millions.
In 2016 German mothers were warned that “blond cheerful” ethnic-German children were probably from “right wing” families, therefore implying they are probably ideologically “dangerous” to tolerate and co-exist with. Now, in 2018, the German government has essentially declared that children who wear braids or are athletic are potentially being raised by parents who are “Nazis”.
In the following videos you’ll meet two PC compliant Germans who demonstrate what life is like in this bizarre and claustrophobic climate of suspicion, insinuation and persecution.
A new booklet for daycare workers that claims to help identify “Nazi parents” suggests looking out for girls with braided hair and athletic boys.
The 60-page booklet, entitled Ene, Mene, Muh – And You’re Out! was designed by the far-left “anti-hate” Amadeu Antonio Foundation ,which is headed by former Stasi informant Annette Kahane and based in Berlin with the foreword being written by Social Democrat (SPD) Family Minister Franziska Giffey, Berliner Kurier reports.
Ms Kahane made headlines in 2015 after the German government recruited her and the foundation to scour social media for “xenophobic posts” during the height of the migrant crisis.
Vice-Chairman of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) parliamentary group Nadine Schön slammed the booklet saying the case studies and suggestions were “absurd.”
“If educators should become overseers and correctors of parental convictions, that [crosses a line],” Schön said.
Labelling the practice “parenting espionage” — or spying on parents — the CDU politician criticised the aspects of the booklet that identifies the way children dress or how much physical activity they participate in as being potential signs their parents might be Nazis, saying it does not fit with democracy.
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation defended the booklet claiming that the case studies were based on real-life cases they had witnessed including a girl with braided hair whose parents turned out to be far-right extremists. They also admitted that since the release of the booklet their phones had been slammed with complaints.
The case studies echo research presented by Antifa groups in 2016, which claimed that “Volkisch families,” those who believe in countryside living and traditional German culture and values, posed a threat to Germany.
Antifascist Action group member Olaf Meyer warned of “young couples [who] buy farms and restore them together with their relatives and friends.”
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation has been roundly criticised in the past, not just for Kahane’s former Stasi ties but also for their methods which have been likened to the old East German secret police…
This young lady discovered wearing braids alarms more than day care workers after the police stop and harass her.
The following interview with Nikolai Der Volksleher is both revealing and disturbing. Informed readers will recognize many of the trends he mentions are also occurring in all western nations, including the Allied nations.
It’s time we recognize that Germany today is the
Canary Sparrow In The Coal Mine.