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The unwillingness of German judges to lock up unsocialized walking time-bombs already known to the police has claimed a victim in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. Two criminal foreigners, free to terrorize their neighbors despite drug-related and violent crimes, killed a Turkish husband and father who tried to get them to behave. It happened in a sector of the city called Bickendorf — a district notorious for years for immigrant violence and bordering on the thoroughly Islamized Ehrenfeld. There was also knife-play at night in the immigrant milieu of right-bank Cologne-Vingst, where “Antifa” pastor Meurer is collecting for the building of a mosque and reading masses against Pro-Köln. But no one was killed.

In the United States in October 1993, the National Rifle Association (NRA) ran a 4-page ad in the center of its American Rifleman magazine, the first page of which showed goose-stepping , jackbooted legs under the question, "What's the First Step to a Police State?" [8] Two years later, the NRA's executive vice-president, Wayne LaPierre , sparked controversy when he referred to federal agents as "jackbooted government thugs" in an NRA fund-raising letter. The term had been coined by United States Representative John David Dingell Jr., Democrat of Michigan, in 1981. [9] Such statements prompted former . president George . Bush to resign his membership in the organization soon after. [10]

He had a wide-ranging interest including politics and economics, and would vigorously debate any subject. Because of his Jewish heritage his views were strongly influenced from his experiences in Germany prior to WW11. Once asked about his experiences and how he felt about those days. His answer was that one should never underestimate the power of any demagogue to stir up nationalistic, xenophobic or racist attitudes. He said that whether it was the Germany under Hitler or Cambodia under Pol Pot there would always be danger for people if the wrong people were in charge. He really disliked nationalistic or jingoistic attitudes in politics whether it was local and overseas.

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