Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Quick Quiz!

According to the Vice-Chancellor of Germany, what shapes German culture?

Is it this?
How about this?

No? This?
(Seriously, Germany has the best Dunkin Donuts. American Dunkin Donuts is a disgrace in comparison.)
Still no. Well, I'm sick of guessing, so we'll let Mr.Sigmar Gabriel explain in his own words...
"I am convinced that the first 20 articles of our constitution are what shape our culture,"
What?!? Really? Not, say, the Völkerwanderung, or the Holy Roman Empire, or Romantic Nationalism, or the almost two thousand years of Germanic culture and history? A sheet of paper adopted in 1949 while Germany was under occupation by her enemies defines the German nation?!? What an insult! Were I at all German, I would be mortified!

But, before making our final judgment, let's give the German constitution, and Mr. Gabriel, a chance, shall we?
Article 1  [Human Dignity]
(1) Human dignity is inviolable. To respect and protect it is the duty of all state authority.
(2) The German People therefore acknowledge inviolable and inalienable human rights as the basis of every human community, of peace, and of justice in the world.
(3) The following basic rights are binding on legislature, executive, and judiciary as directly valid law.
Ok, that looks like rather unimpressive modernist gibberish to me. Maybe it is just suffering from the translation? Let's move on...
Article 2  [Liberty]
(1) Everyone has the right to free development of his personality insofar as he does not violate the rights of others or offend against the constitutional order or morality.
(2) Everyone has the right to life and to physical integrity. The freedom of the person is inviolable. Intrusion on these rights may only be made pursuant to a statute.

Article 3  [Equality]
(1) All humans are equal before the law.
(2) Men and women are equal. The state supports the effective realization of equality of women and men and works towards abolishing present disadvantages.
(3) No one may be disadvantaged or favored because of his sex, parentage, race, language, homeland and origin, his faith, or his religious or political opinions. No one may be disadvantaged because of his handicap.
Ok, I see Liberté and égalité. Where's fraternité? Three articles in, and we've hit a massive slew of warmed over Enlightenment crap from the French Revolution, likely with a stopover in the United States somewhere along the way. The "responsibility before God" recited in the Preamble has been long forgotten as the German State seeks to assault the Divinely created differences between man and woman, as is their responsibility before men, as the German state throws away its historic character and Faith for American "proposition nation" bullshit.

In short, this is an anti-German Germany, a German State that does not exist for the sake of German culture or the German people. Thus Mr.Gabriel's shaped culture is the negation of  culture, not the promoter of it. The nations of the West are allowed nothing more than a suicide pact and a bundle of lies for a Constitution and the hatred of those who usurp them. All White countries are interchangable, and exist only to be consumed by the Marxist revolution.

For too long, we've bought the proposition, and lost the nation. God willing, as the West begins to see what was really proposed, we'll have second thoughts...

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