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Re: EUEUEUEUEU—Germany's next president looks like trouble . . .
Posted by Olog-hai on Fri Feb 24 12:51:30 2012, in response to Re: EUEUEUEUEU—Germany's next president looks like trouble . . ., posted by AlM on Fri Feb 24 08:28:30 2012.Unless these quotes are fabrications (which is always possible with your sources)
Nobody's ever proven any fabrication, and nobody's been able to undermine my sources; all they can do is attack them with invective and rhetoric. The NYT, OTOH, makes no bones about their utter bias.
Germany's political parties are showing extraordinarily poor judgment in picking this guy
That's certainly one way to look at it. Either way, it's quite deliberate on their part. The mainstream media will certainly doggedly insist that Gauck's a "human rights activist" simply because the German press and political establishment says so, though.
I advise you to view this as a turning point in history, as I suspect it will prove to be. Italy, Austria and Hungary among other EU countries have openly embraced their fascist elements; now Germany goes public with the same.
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