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Germania. I tedeschi rivogliono l’Heimat.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2016-06-22.

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Austria. Feymann. Le coliche tedesche.

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Un partito nato quasi dal nulla e che propugna la difesa dell’Heimat ha scardinato il quadro politico consolidato da settanta anni in Germania: fatto analogo in Austria.

Non sanno più a quale santo votarsi. Herr Schulz è arrivato al punto di andare a baciare la Sacra Pantofola in Vaticano; Herr Gabriel afferma di stare male, molto male, forse al punto tale da doversi dimettere, salvo poi smentire categoricamente.

«SPÖ now must rebuild»

afferma listato a lutto il Deutsche Welle.

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Queste nuove formazioni hanno per caratteristica il fondarsi sul concetto di Heimat.

Germania. Conventio ad excludendum AfD. Heimat.

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«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]

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.

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Bene.

Guardate adesso con grande attenzione la foto iniziale.

«Unser Land, unsere Heimat»

Guardate bene il logo qui sotto.

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«Refugees alone cannot explain the recent increase in support for the AfD, which has become the bastion of Germany’s disgruntled. Many potential AfD sympathizers are simply looking for an alternative to the democracy that has guaranteed Germany seven decades of peace and prosperity; that the party’s policies are intolerant of foreigners is just icing on the cake»

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«More than 40 percent of the public think Muslims should be prevented from migrating to Germany»

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«while around half of those interviewed said they sometimes felt like a stranger in their own country»

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«Respondents also displayed more animosity towards other minority groups, including homosexuals and Romany people, also called Gypsies.»

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«More than 40 percent of those questioned said it was disgusting when gays kissed in public, compared to 25 percent in 2011»

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«A third thought same-sex marriages should be banned.»

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Si faccia grande attenzione. Queste nuove formazioni politiche non possono essere etichettate come “contro” qualcosa o qualcuno. Sono formazioni politiche altamente propositive. Propugnano i valori che l’attuale dirigenza politica europea e di molti grandi stati dell’Unione avversano visceralmente.

Il retaggio di un popolo non lo si cancella, a meno di usare i sistemi assiri. Questi deportavano i popoli vinti relativamente poco numerosi collocando una persona per ogni villaggio, così che fosse l’unica di quella lingua ed etnia in quel posto. Quindi, matrimoni misti e discendenza assira.

Non ci si dimentichi come in Polonia ed nell’Unione Sovietica la religione avesse formato l’ancora di salvezza cui i popoli si aggrappavano orgogliosamente. Nemmeno settanta anni di comunismo sono riusciti a sradicarla, e diciamo pure francamente che i comunisti si son dati un gran da fare in proposito. Alla fine la Chiesa ha fatto cadere il comunismo in Polonia ed il Presidente Putin si inginocchia a baciare l’anello del Patriarca di Mosca, in pubblico.

Sia in Germania sia in Austria sta ritornando in modo prepotente il richiamo della tradizione storica, culturale, sociale ed anche religiosa, ossia proprio a quei valori che l’attuale dirigenza socialdemocratica e della Cdu hanno cercato in ogni modo di annientare.

I risultati delle elezioni di primavera in Germania e questi sondaggi sembrerebbero essere eloquenti, esattamente come la tumultuosa affermazione elettorale dell’Fpö in Austria. Non sono più percentuali marginali e presto saranno maggioranza assoluta.

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La Germania è una bomba con la miccia accesa.

Si faccia attenzione a starci seduti sopra.

 

Spiegel. 2016-06-16. Studie zu Rechtsextremismus: Deutschlands hässliche Fratze

[Il testo è troppo lungo per essere riportato]

 

Deutsche Welle. 2016-06-16. Germans becoming increasingly xenophobic, study finds.

A study by the University of Leipzig has revealed a growing suspicion and even hatred towards Muslims over the past two years. It found that Germans have also become increasingly skeptical of politics and the police.

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The latest in a series of biennial surveys conducted by the university compared German attitudes, gauging xenophobia, anti-Semitism, sexism and the trivialization of Nazism.

Presented in Berlin on Wednesday by scientists Oliver Decker and Elmar Brähler, the research team found a significant increase in resentment towards Muslims and also a greater willingness of far-right fanatics to use violence, if necessary, to uphold their beliefs.

More than 40 percent of the public think Muslims should be prevented from migrating to Germany, while around half of those interviewed said they sometimes felt like a stranger in their own country, compared to 43 percent two years ago.

Respondents also displayed more animosity towards other minority groups, including homosexuals and Romany people, also called Gypsies. More than 40 percent of those questioned said it was disgusting when gays kissed in public, compared to 25 percent in 2011. A third thought same-sex marriages should be banned. Nearly three out of five respondents believed that Gypsies were more likely to commit crimes.

Litmus test for migration crisis

Reaction to the refugee crisis was understandably noticeable, after Germany received more than 1.2 million migrants over the past year. Around four-fifths of those interviewed said the country should not be so generous, and nearly 60 percent disagreed with the assertion that asylum seekers are fleeing persecution at home.

Confidence in socio-political organizations, including the police and political parties, has decreased significantly, with many people telling researchers they no longer feel represented by the political system.

Researchers said the development of liberal civil rights was not supported by all sections of the population, describing how a significant polarization and swing towards more extremist views had taken place over the past two years.

Growing support for right-wing parties including Alternative for Germany (AfD) and the anti-immigration PEGIDA movement was noted in the survey. They were picking up supporters from all socio-economic groups.

Prejudice not limited to East

Despite xenophobia generally being more associated with eastern Germany, the researchers found little difference between the two sides – nearly 23 percent in the east, versus 20 percent in the west. The one stark difference was the large number of under 30-year-olds in the east that display xenophobic views.

Also on Wednesday, a separate study by the polling company Allensbach revealed further skepticism towards Muslims. Only 13 percent of those interviewed agreed with the statement “Islam belongs in Germany.”

The survey, published in the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung,” showed most Germans believed that integration could only happen so long as German culture remained the dominant culture.

 

Deutsche Welle. 2016-04-24. Opinion: Xenophobia alone will not sustain the AfD

Germany’s coalition hasn’t benefited from a decrease in refugees following the EU’s deportation deal with Turkey, and the right-wing AfD is holding strong. It’s not all bleak, though, DW’s Richard Fuchs writes.

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The right-wing populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) took an anti-refugee stance to win over voters in several regional elections over the past few months. Now that fewer refugees are arriving in Germany, the party has taken an anti-Islam stance to keep its place in the polls.

With the Balkan land route effectively sealed off, the number of refugees reaching Germany’s borders has slowed to a few dozen a day. And, over the past few weeks, Aegean Sea crossings from Turkey to Greece have also decreased, with refugees now attempting more deadly Mediterranean journeys from North Africa to Italy.

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government should be receiving a popular boost from the developments, but polls show the opposite: According to a report by the public broadcaster ARD, support for Germany’s major political parties is dropping. The Social Democrats have just 21 percent; Merkel’s Christian Democrats are at a five-year low of 33 percent.

Populist success story

Some observers worry that if the number of refugees were to increase again, support for the AfD could go through the roof. But that is a fallacy.

Refugees alone cannot explain the recent increase in support for the AfD, which has become the bastion of Germany’s disgruntled. Many potential AfD sympathizers are simply looking for an alternative to the democracy that has guaranteed Germany seven decades of peace and prosperity; that the party’s policies are intolerant of foreigners is just icing on the cake.

For that reason alone, a decrease in the number of refugees won’t affect support for the AfD, though many may wish that were the case. It is a party of protest, not of coherence.

It’s too unpredictable

The AfD is a cauldron of diverse and fully incompatible worldviews. The party’s first-ever election platform is scheduled for release at the end of April. And it will be interesting to see how the party can concentrate its supporters’ various grievances on issues beyond refugees. Many protest parties in Europe have disappeared as quickly as they came.

Further, the AfD has not yet provided evidence that the party can offer real solutions to real problems. It will need to do that to maintain long-term support.

It’s also unclear whether the party’s leading figures are electable in the long term. Politicians who tailor their messages to the fringe are still required to follow the rules of decency during public appearances. Those who do not will not receive the politically all-important airtime.

Party supporters believe that if Chancellor Merkel loses, the AfD wins. This political equation is far too simple to be realistic. Politics is remarkably more complex – as is the modern world.

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