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Germania. Conventio ad excludendum AfD. Heimat.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2016-05-04.

 Das Brandenburger Tor in Berlin

«Proportion of people in Lebanon who are refugees:

1 in 122»

Non contiamoci quella dell’uva.

La massa dei migranti illegali non sono “rifugiati” bensì migranti per motivi economici, per tacere gli scopi abbietti.

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Conventio ad excludendum è una frase latina che definisce un accordo, de iure o de facto, tra alcune parti politiche o sociali al fine di escludere ogni rapporto con una parte terza.

È quello che sta succedendo in Francia, ove i residui del partito socialista francese preferiscono non presentarsi alle elezioni e votare i Les Républicains piuttosto che lasciare emergere il Front National di Mrs Marine Le Pen.

È quello che sta accadendo adesso in Germania, ove tutti sembrerebbero essere coalizzati conto Alternative für Deutschland.

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Cerchiamo di comprenderne l’intimo motivo.

Se i partiti socialisti delle diverse nazioni europee erano tutti ideologizzati, e per questo motivo stanno perdendo credito presso l’elettorato che li sta spazzando via dal proscenio politico, è altrettanto vero che anche le grandi formazioni politiche che fanno capo al Partito Popolare Europeo si sono da tempo appiattite sulle posizioni socialiste, spesso per dar luogo alla massima che in politica non ci si potrebbe permettere di essere superati a “sinistra“.

Se l’essenza del socialismo potrebbe essere riassunta nella statolatria, le formazioni europee denominate “conservatrici” evidenziano tutte indiscriminatamente una fortissima commistione statalista, fatta questo che le rende sorelle gemelle omozigoti del socialismo.

La politica migratoria della Bundeskanzlerin Frau Merkel è esattamente quella dettata da Herr Gabriel, capo supremo dell’Spd, il partito socialdemocratico tedesco.

Similmente, la quasi totalità delle formazioni conservatrici si sono fatte irretire dall’ideologia socialista per quanto riguarda l’astioso odio viscerale per la religione cattolica, per colpire la quale si deve simulare un’acritica ammirazione e stima per l’islam ed il culto religioso per la teoria del gender.

È il tentativo concreto e quasi riuscito di annientare la popolazione autoctona cristiana reprimendone lo spirito riproduttivo, portandola ad una terrificante crisi demografica, per poter poi reclamare a gran voce la necessità di fare immigrare islamici per reintegrare numericamente la popolazione.

È il tentativo di distruggere alle radici il retaggio religioso, storico, culturale e sociale dell’Europa: nulla più di questo è odiato dal socialismo ed, indirettamente, da molti partiti conservatori ad esso allineati e subalterni.

È il tentativo di imporre la cultura del gender e del politicamente corretto, di far transitare i superstiti nel mondo della perversione sessuale, spesso sostenuta dall’uso di droghe pesanti.

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Damnatio memoriae è la pena della cancellazione di una persona ovvero di un fatto dalla memoria storica scritta, sia carta sia su iscrizioni architettoniche e statue. La sistematica rimozione forzosa i tutti i possibili simboli cristiani, a partire dai Crocefissi nelle scuole e nei luoghi pubblici è un chiaro esempio.

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Adesso possiamo venire al punto.

In una situazione come questa emergono due dati di fatto.

(1). I partiti conservatori non sono opposizioni valide ed alternative al socialismo. Cambierebbero i suonatori, ma la musica resterebbe sempre la stessa. L’Europa proseguirebbe la sua folle corsa verso l’autodistruzione culturale, sociale e politica. Per non parlare poi dell’attuale follia nel campo delle teorie economiche che adesso vanno per la maggiore e che hanno portato tutto l’Occidente ad una crisi di intensità mai subita ed ad una stagnazione da totale mancanza di fiducia nel sistema.

In altri termini: non esiste in Francia nessun vero partito di opposizione se non il Front National, né esiste in Germania un vero partito di opposizione se non Alternative für Deutschland. Non esiste in Austria un vero partito di opposizione se non il Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs.

(2). Se è vero che queste formazioni politiche non abbiano ancora i numeri per conquistarsi la maggioranza elettorale, ma è solo questione di tempo, è altrettanto vero che stanno raggiungendo il primo dei due obiettivi strategici che si propongono.

Il primo obiettivo in ordine temporale è annientare il partito socialista, rendendolo invotabile ed invotato. Escluderlo in altri termini dalla gestione della cosa pubblica. Senza aver conclusa questa fase, costi quello che costi, sarebbe impossibili intravedere la possibilità di cambiare il sistema, ossia di demolire lo statalismo. In questa fase è irrilevante che le opposizioni accedano a posti direzionali: devono solo emarginare il socialismo.

Il secondo obiettivo sarà quello sia di trasformare gli attuali partiti conservatori costringendoli ad risollevarsi dal pantano del socialismo ideologico, abbandonando lo statalismo, sia di sconfiggerli alla fine in sede di elezioni nazionali. Servirà un buon numero di anni. È però certo che, eliminato il socialismo, i partiti “conservatori” non si sentiranno più in dovere di doversi parare da sinistra. Sarà alla fine morta l’internazionale socialista.

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Guardiamo adesso con grande attenzione il logo del Fpö, il Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs, che al primo turno delle elezioni presidenziali austriache ha conseguito il 37% dei voti validi.

Fpoe. Logo

Vi compare una parola che per decenni nel mondo di lingua germanica era stato soggetto ad una damnatio memoriae:

“Heimat”.

«Heimat è un vocabolo tedesco che non ha un corrispettivo nella lingua italiana. Similmente, il vocabolo “Heimat” non ha un corrispettivo in lingue come l’inglese o le lingue neolatine. Esiste, invece, un corrispettivo in alcune lingue slave: “dòmovina” in sloveno, croato e serbo e “domov” nella lingua ceca e in lingua greca: “πατρίς, πατρίδος” (grc. moderno “πατρίδα”).

Il concetto di Heimat si sviluppò nella cultura tedesca a metà del XIX secolo, allorché la nascente industrializzazione si accompagnava, in Germania, all’esodo massiccio di popolazione dalle aree rurali verso le grandi città, e contemporaneamente l’unificazione politica della Germania comportava il dissolvimento dei piccoli stati in un unico nuovo Stato tedesco a egemonia prussiana. L’Heimat venne interpretata come una reazione all’alienazione e alla perdita di identità della comunità di origine, un aspetto della cultura tedesca di significato inizialmente patriottico e non nazionalistico.

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Viene spesso tradotto con “Casa”, “Piccola patria”, o “Luogo natio” e indica il territorio in cui ci si sente a casa propria perché vi si è nati, vi si è trascorsa l’infanzia, o vi si parla la lingua degli affetti.» [Fonte]

Queste traduzioni sono però ancora insufficienti, fortemente lacunose.

Il concetto di Heimat ingloba in un tutto unico il posto fisico, le genti che lo hanno abitato e che lo stanno abitando, ma soprattutto la Weltanschauung, la concezione di vita, il retaggio religioso, storico, culturale, umano, linguistico inteso come comune radice proto-indoeuropea.

Hemat è la Weltanschauung che giustifica e che da un senso alla vita, e proprio per questo costituisce un valido motivo per cui morire.

Bene.

Erano quasi cinquanta anni che nel mondo di lingua tedesca questo vocabolo, ed i concetti che sottende, erano stati banditi e perseguitati.

Il socialismo ideologico imperante non solo ne aveva proclamato la damnatio momoriae, ma aveva giustificato la sua esistenza proprio nella negazione dell’Heimat. Data la sua natura rivoluzionaria, il socialismo avrebbe dovuto corrispondere ad una cesura epocale. Il socialismo odia l’Heimat.

Ma il fatto che il socialismo odi il concetto e ciò che l’Heimat rappresenta non significa per nulla che la possa uccidere.

Un solo esempio paradigmatico.

Dopo settant’anni della più mostruosa delle dittature, imploso il comunismo, la Russia ha ritrovato il suo cementante proprio nell’Heimat slava. Dopo settanta anni di atroci persecuzioni contro qualsiasi persona manifestasse sentimenti religiosi, la Russia ha restituito alla religione il posto che le compete e vediamo come il Presidente Putin frequenti e favorisca tutte le pubbliche manifestazioni religiose, fino ad inginocchiarsi davanti la sacra figura del Patriarca. Non esiste Russia senza la religione cristiano – ortodossa.

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Orbene, Alternative für Deutschland in Germania, il Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs in Austria e, con le sue particolari connotazioni, il Front National in Francia si rifanno e ripropongono il concetto di Heimat, tanto da scriverlo nel logo.

Sono propositivi, sostengono cause forti: quindi, sono destinati alla vittor

 

Reuters. 2016-05-02. German establishment rounds on anti-immigration party over Islam

German politicians from across the spectrum criticized the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) on Monday after the party declared Islam incompatible with the constitution.

The AfD, which has surged onto the political scene since its launch three years ago, backed a manifesto pledge at a congress on Sunday to ban on minarets and the burqa, the full face and body-covering gown worn by some Muslim women.

With concerns about Europe’s migrant crisis fuelling the AfD’s rise, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative Christian Democrats led criticism of the party.

“What the AfD has decided on is an attack on almost all religions,” Armin Laschet, deputy chairman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), told ARD television.

“They have identified Islam as a foreign body in Germany,” he said. “That is divisive, and startling to a Christian Democratic party for which faith has meaning.”

Greens parliamentary party leader Katrin Goering-Eckardt described the AfD manifesto as “reactionary” and accused the party of dividing society with Islamophobia.

Opinion polls give the AfD support of up to 14 percent, presenting a serious challenge to Merkel’s conservatives and other established parties ahead of a 2017 federal election. They rule out any coalition with the AfD.

The AfD has no lawmakers in the federal parliament in Berlin but has members in half of Germany’s 16 regional state assemblies.

Merkel has said freedom of religion for all is guaranteed by Germany’s constitution and that Islam is a part of Germany.

Germany is home to nearly 4 million Muslims, about 5 percent of the total population. Community leaders have called on politicians to ensure that no religious community be disadvantaged and that Islam not be defined as a “foe”.

Many of the longer established Muslim community came from Turkey to find work. Last year, more than a million, mostly Muslim migrants, arrived in Germany. Most had fled conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Alexander Gauland, who leads the AfD in the eastern state of Brandenburg, said Muslims could still practise their faith in Germany.

“A Muslim in Germany can follow his religion without minarets. The AfD has nothing against places of worship,” Gauland told Deutschlandfunk radio, insisting his party did not want existing minarets torn down but rather no new ones built.

Aiman Mazyek, head of Germany’s Central Council of Muslims who has likened the AfD’s attitude towards his community to that of Hitler’s Nazis towards Jews, told the Osnabruecker Zeitung the AfD manifesto was “an Islamophobic program” that “is of no help to solve problems, but rather just divides our country.”

 

The Telegraph. 2016-05-02. Far right AfD party says Muslims not welcome in Germany

A far-Right German party that is currently third in the national polls declared an openly anti-Muslim policy for the first time on Sunday.

The Alternative for Germany (AfD) party voted to adopt a controversial new manifesto that calls for a ban on minarets, veils for women and the Muslim call to prayer.

“Islam is not part of Germany,” the party declared in its first ever manifesto for national elections.

The decision has put the party on a collision course with Germany’s 4 million Muslims and raised fears over the resurgent far-Right.

The AfD stormed to its best ever results in regional elections in March, inflicting heavy losses on Angela Merkel’s party on a platform of opposition to her “open-door” refugee policy.

Its anti-migrant stance has transformed the party from a fringe group of Eurosceptics to a force to be reckoned with in German politics.

It is currenly third in the national polls with 13 per cent support, behind Mrs Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU) and her coalition partner the Social Democrats (SPD).

But the number of asylum-seekers has dropped sharply in recent weeks and the AfD has changed course.

At the party conference in Stuttgart, members decided to stake the party’s future on an openly anti-Muslim agenda.

“They gave us up for dead in the summer of 2015,” Frauke Petry, the party leader told delegates.

The AfD was more than a protest party, and could win elections, she claimed.

But the vote on the new manifesto was a personal defeat for Ms Petry just weeks after she led the party to its best ever results.

She had resisted pressure from the hardline wing of the party for the anti-Muslim message.

But delegates rejected a watered down version, which called to “stop Islamism but seek a dialogue with Islam”.

“Islam is itself political,” one delegate claimed in the debate.

A second claimed described Islam as “sharia, suicide bombings and forced marriages”.

The vote on the new manifesto came a day after some 400 people were arrested outside the conference after protests against the party turned violent.

European refugee crisis.

1 million

Refugees and migrants have arrived in Europe via illegal routes

38 percent

Proportion of migrants who are from Syria

1,200,000

Syrian refugees being housed in Lebanon – a country 100 times smaller than Europe

One in five

Proportion of people in Lebanon who are refugees

1 in 122

According to the head of the UN refugee agency, one in 122 people is a refugee

1.2 percent

Proportion of migrants who land in Italy and Greece, then get as far as Calais 

100,000

Illegal migrants were stopped from entering Britain by UK Border Force officials in 2015

15 per cent

Proportion of female refugees from Syria who are pregnant in Turkey

 

Deutsche Welle. 2016-05-02. Angela Merkel’s CDU and the Green Party: The long road to a new alliance

In what is seen as a seismic change for Germany’s political system, the conservative CDU has agreed to play minor coalition partner to the environmentalist Greens. DW traces the evolution of an unlikely relationship.

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Former chancellor Helmut Kohl, the architect of German reunification in 1990, once called the Green Party’s parliamentarians a disgrace: He saw them as no more than a bunch of left-leaning, long-haired hippies.

Times have changed, especially in the staunchly conservative southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg, home to big German companies such as Mercedes Benz and Porsche. Here the CDU was in power for decades – until 2011. It was then that the Greens redefined themselves under the leadership of Winfried Kretschmann, who is seen by many as “the true conservative.”

The 68-year-old former teacher belongs to the centrist wing of the Green Party. His business-friendly approach to policy has caused him to clash with his party on more than one occasion.

May 2016 may mark the first time the CDU, Germany’s strongest political party, has accepted the role as junior coalition partner in an unfamiliar alliance. But the rapprochement between “black” CDU and the Greens dates back to the early 1990s.

Pizza connection conspiracy

In the early 1990s, when the German parliament was still in Bonn, the capital of former West Germany, parliamentarians from the Green Party and the CDU began to meet regularly and clandestinely in an Italian restaurant there.

Several of the young politicians who were then keen to think outside the box went on to make their way through the party ranks. Greens party chairman Cem Özdemir is one of them.

Later, first coalition experiments with the CDU on the state level failed in the northern city state of Hamburg and in the small southwestern state of Saarland. But then, in 2014, the media spotlight was on the first high-profile “Black-Green” coalition in the state of Hesse. CDU State Premier Volker Bouffier and his deputy Tarek Al-Wazir from the Greens gave a big show of harmony. This came as a surprise, especially since in Hesse both partners were known to uphold their respective ideologies and principles – law and order meeting revolution.

Al-Wazir, whose father is from Yemen, recalled recently in an interview that a statement from Volker Bouffier’s at the beginning of coalition talks helped overcome differences: “He said that we should conduct talks presuming that the other side may also be right,” al-Wazir remembered.

Both parties have changed since the early 1990s: The Greens have become less fundamentalist and utopian, and much more pragmatic. But the CDU, too, is now more tolerant, it has adopted environment-friendly policies and has come to recognize that this approach need not hamper economic development. So both parties can team up to promote green business to boost the economy.

Pizza Connection 2.0

Not long after the general election in 2013 a group of 30 young parliamentarians began meeting regularly at an Intalian restaraurant in Berlin. But this new pizza connection need not be secretive: They have Chancellor Angela Merkel’s blessing. This is borne of strategic necessity after the CDU lost its traditional coalition partner, the pro-business liberal FDP, in that year, when the party failed to take the five percent of the vote necessary for representation in parliament. The result was an unpopular grand coalition with the SPD, which has an overwhelming majority in the Bundestag. In the quest for an alternative, CDU and Greens are moving closer.

With support for the CDU waning among young people and in urban areas, the party is hoping to cash in on Green popularty there. The Greens with their platform of green living and transport, tolerance towards immigrants and homosexuals, have support mainly from higher income city dwellers in their forties.

In an attempt to describe common ground between the two unlikely bedfellows Stuttgart’s mayor Fritz Kuhn from the Green party points to social policies: “The two parties have in common that they believe in individuals’ ability to help themselves,” he said.

Political observers conclude that we may be seeing the beginning of an alliance that was inevitable.

 

Deutsche Welle. 2016-05-02. Greens to form coalition with Merkel’s conservatives in southern German state

Talks in Stuttgart have finalized Germany’s first Greens-Christian Democrats regional government. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives will be junior partners in Baden-Württemberg’s coalition.

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The Green party state premier for Baden-Württemberg, Winfried Kretschmann, and Merkel’s conservative stalwart Thomas Strobl said their seven weeks of talks resulted in a deal, adding that they would present their cabinet on Monday.

Ministers were not named on Sunday, but they said it would comprise five Greens and five conservative Christian Democrats (CDU). The line-up will be finalized by May 12, when Kretschmann is due to be inaugurated in the Stuttgart assembly.

One potential minister is Guido Wolf, who led the CDU’s lackluster campaign for the elections on March 13. So too is Strobl, who is the CDU’s regional chairman and one of Merkel’s federal CDU vice-chairmen (pictured above (R), with Kretschmann).

The environment portfolio is likely to be retained by the 59-year-old Franz Untersteller, who recently insisted on strict practices at nuclear plants.

Despite CDU criticism, Greens Transport Minister Winfried Hermann is also tipped to retain his portfolio in the state renowned for its car industry and engineering sector.

Stolen limelight from AfD

Their announcement late Sunday stole the media limelight from the upstart populist right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party as it concluded its weekend conference – also in Stuttgart – with an anti-Islam manifesto.

Participants at Sunday’s joint Greens-CDU party talks said there was hefty criticism of the future coalition’s intention to trim state government staffing, partly stemming from pay rises agreed Saturday at nationwide salary talks.

Strongest Greens showing ever

Kretschmann, 68, and his regional Greens were re-elected on March 13 with 30.3 percent. For the first time in any German regional election, the Greens emerged the strongest single party in the state.

Merkel’s CDU ended up trailing on 27 percent, amid three state elections on that March election weekend that left Germany’s left-wing Social Democrats with large losses in Baden-Württemberg and Saxony-Anhalt.

Past coalitions between the Greens and Christian Democrats, such as the one in power in Hesse, were always led by the CDU with the Greens as junior partners.

From 2011 until its relegation into opposition in Baden-Württemberg’s March election, the SPD was junior partner beneath Kretschmann’s Greens. That coalition, formed in 2011, ended decades of CDU governance in Baden-Württemberg.

 

 

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