While the Jewish Lobby is plotting to ban the NPD in Germany for “fuelling right-wing radicalism” – we notice that the Jewish State has created 4 million+ refugees, holds the world’s record for UN violations at 500+, has killed 50,000+ civilians, has imprisoned more civilians per capita than any other country 250,000+, has rendered more civilians handicapped per capita than any other country 50,000+, has demolished more homes than any other country 60,000+, has outlawed marriage to non-Jews, has legalized torture and assassinations, has ethnically cleansed more than 500 towns and villages……. and the list goes on [source]. See the controlled news report below for more on this outrageous story — admin
Germany: Jews Urge Lawmakers to Ban NPD
Germany’s main Jewish lobby group has urged politicians considering a bid to ban the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD) to “wake up” to the threat to German democracy.
The Central Council of Jews says the growing respectability of the NPD is fuelling right-wing radicalism more than 60 years after World War Two and the Holocaust.
“Politicians must wake up at last,” Stephan Kramer, general-secretary of the council, told Reuters.
“We need a signal to make clear the NPD is trying to destroy Germany and its democratic principles.”
Germany’s Office for the Protection of the Constitution says the NPD is racist, anti-Semitic and revisionist and that its statements prove its inspiration comes from the Nazis.
The NPD has about 7,000 members and has seats in two regional state parliaments, both in the former communist East.
NPD officials have praised Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for saying Israel should be wiped off the map. Last year NPD leader Udo Voigt said Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess, who died in 1987, should get the Nobel Peace Prize.
At a three-day meeting in Bad Saarow, starting on Wednesday, Interior Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and ministers from Germany’s 16 states will discuss a possible second attempt to outlaw the NPD after a first bid failed in 2003.
The Social Democrats (SPD), who share power with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU), have been pushing for a ban, but many CDU lawmakers say there is insufficient proof of illegal activity.
“Banning the party is not as easy as the SPD thinks. The hurdles are very high,” Schaeuble said this month.