Sie wandern viel tausend Meilen,
Ganz ohne Rasten und Weilen,
Sie klimmen wohl über die Höhen,
Sie schwimmen wohl durch die Seen;
Gar manche ersäuft oder bricht das Genick,
Die lebenden lassen die Toten zurück.
Sie hat kein Gut, sie hat kein Geld
Und wünscht aufs neue zu teilen die Welt.
Die Wanderratten, o wehe!
Sie rücken heran, ich höre schon
Ihr Pfeifen - die Zahl ist Legion.
Sie sind schon vor den Toren!
Der Bürgermeister und Senat,
Sie schütteln die Köpfe, und keiner weiß Rat.
Hass im Netz: Dagegen halten, Mund aufmachen
Im ARD-Kommentar (NDR) fordert Anja Reschke mehr Gegenwehr bei rassistischen Äußerungen im Internet. Einige Zitate aus ihrem Kommentar:
"Wenn man also nicht der Meinung ist, dass alle Flüchtlinge Schmarotzer sind, die verbrannt, verjagt oder vergast werden sollten , dann sollte man das ganz deutlich kund tun, dagegen halten …"
Aus einer Besprechung in der SZ:
Ressentiments gegenüber den sogenannten Armutsflüchtlingen, von denen sich viele, nicht nur Hardliner, wünschen, dass sie unser Land auf schnellstem Weg wieder verlassen, werden von der gegenwärtigen Politik nicht etwa hinterfragt, sondern oft sogar verstärkt. Etwa durch die CSU, die schon Anfang 2014 eine sachlich kaum zu begründende Kampagne gegen Einwanderer aus den EU-Ländern Rumänien und Bulgarien startete und zuletzt spezielle Abschiebelager für Flüchtlinge vom Westbalkan ankündigte.
Süddeutsche Zeitung, 7.8.2015
Merkel: Deutschland muss „entdeutscht“ werden. Deutschland gehört nicht den Deutschen. *_Deutschlands Selbstmord_*? *_Kanadischer Journalist erklärt Merkels grenzenlosen Einwanderungsaufruf mit Merkels Nationaler Psychotherapie_*. [...]
Ich gehe davon aus, das Merkel keine Alkoholikerin ist.
Jedoch Ihr Selbsthass auf die Deutschen wegen den 30er und 40er Jahren und die Bedingslose Aufgabe Unserer Zukunft mit der Zuwanderung von 1.000.000 muslimischer Männer, scheint Ihren Selbsthass auf Deutschland aufzugeilen. […]Der kanadische Journalist Ezra Isaac Levant berichtet über Angela Merkels Antworten auf kritische Fragen zur inneren Sicherheit. […]Levant spricht von einer Art nationaler Psychotherapie, einer ethnischen Strafe, Selbsthass und dem Entschluss, sich selbst auszulöschen wegen dessen, was Deutschland in den 1930ern und 1940ern war.Quelle: Deutschlands Selbstmord? Kanadischer Journalist erklärt Merkels grenzenlosen Einwanderungsaufruf
Zur Psychiatrisierung politisch unerwünschter Entscheidungen durch Bewegungen der Neuen Rechten s. auch Stichwort "Lyle Rossiter"; auf diesem Blog auf http://guttmensch.blogspot.com/2011/07/ja-gutmenschen-ist-tatsachlich-die.html
und Nothilfe in der kanadischen National Post.
rechtsextremen Publizisten Ezra Levant, "The Jew vs. the Gypsies“
(„Der Jude gegen die Zigeuner“). Levant hatte damit sein Judentum in Stellung gebracht,
um gegen Sinti und Roma zu hetzen, ohne sich dem Vorwurf auszusetzen,
er mache es den Nazi-Propagandisten nach.
Über Ezra Levant (s.o.; Lob bei PI):
(engl.; aus Zeitgründen ohne Übersetzung; gekürzt)
He has become involved in several legal and other controversies on free speech issues. Other issues that he has dealt with include multiculturalism, immigration, and economic deregulation. Levant has been successfully sued for libel on two separate occasions, while apologies and retractions were issued by him or on his behalf on three other occasions. […]
He spent the summer of 1994 in Washington, D.C., in an internship arranged by the libertarian Koch Summer Fellow Program. He worked for the Fraser Institute in 1995, writing Youthquake, which argued for smaller government, including privatization of the Canada Pension Plan. Levant saw "youthquake", the term he used to describe what he identified as a conservative youth movement of the 1990s, as similar to the 1960s civil rights movement except that instead of being enslaved by racism, his generation was "enslaved by debt" and, in order to liberate itself, society needed to dismantle elements such as trade unions, the minimum wage, universal health care, subsidized tuition and public pension plans. […]
In 2004 Levant co-founded the failed Western Standard, an Alberta-based magazine with an emphasis on Western Canada and political conservatism. […]
In February 2006, the Western Standard published the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons depicting Muhammad. Syed Soharwardy of the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada and the Edmonton Council of Muslim Communities complained about the publication to the Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission and a hearing was scheduled for January 2008. On the day of the hearing Levant republished the cartoons on his website. […]
From 2009 until 2010, Levant worked as a lobbyist for Rothman's Incorporated, a manufacturer and distributor of tobacco products. Levant has also worked as a lobbyist for the Alberta oil & gas industry, specifically for Achieve Energy Services Limited Partnership. […]
In March 2010, Levant accompanied fellow U.S. conservative personality Ann Coulter on a Canadian speaking tour. […]
In 1998, Levant wrote a Reform Party fundraising letter in which he criticized Alberta Progressive Conservative Senator Ron Ghitter. Ghitter sued for defamation and in 2000, Canadian Alliance MP Rob Anders and Levant admitted liability and issued a formal apology and undisclosed damages to settle the suit. […]
In September 2010, Levant wrote a column for Sun Media accusing George Soros of funding avaaz.org, a group lobbying to stop Sun Media being granted a license for Sun TV News Channel, and strongly attacking Soros's character and history by alleging that as a child he collaborated with the Nazis. Soros threatened to sue Sun Media for libel and on September 18, Sun Media issued a retraction and apology to Soros. […]
Ezra Levant was successfully sued for libel by attorney Khurrum Awan. According to his statement of claim and records of court proceedings, Awan claimed that Levant's blog writings had repeatedly described him as being: "Khurrum Awan the liar", "stupid, a “fool", “serial, malicious, money-grubbing liar,”, “unequivocally implied that he was an anti-Semite and perjurer.” Awan states that Levant also stated that Awan believes it is permissible to lie to further the cause of Islam. […]
In her judgement against Levant, Judge Wendy Matheson of Ontario Superior Court ruled there is “ample evidence before me demonstrating express malice on the part of [Mr. Levant],” especially the fact he “did little or no fact-checking regarding the posts complained of, either before or after their publication.” She found “that [Mr. Levant’s] dominant motive in these blog posts was ill will, and that his repeated failure to take even basic steps to check his facts showed a reckless disregard for the truth.” […]
On September 5, 2012, Levant broadcast a commentary that he titled "The Jew vs. the Gypsies" on The Source, in which he accused the Romani people as a group of being criminals. Levant said, "These are gypsies, a culture synonymous with swindlers. The phrase gypsy and cheater have been so interchangeable historically that the word has entered the English language as a verb: he gypped me. Gypsies are not a race. They’re a shiftless group of hobos. They rob people blind. Their chief economy is theft and begging. For centuries these roving highway gangs have mocked the law and robbed their way across Europe."[…]
Bernie Farber, former CEO of the Canadian Jewish Congress, Holocaust survivor Nate Leipciger and Avrum Rosensweig of Ve’ahavta: The Canadian Jewish Humanitarian and Relief Committee published an op-ed in the National Post which condemned Levant's commentary as a "contemptible screed" and argued that "[t]he time has come for all of us to reject hate and bigotry — against any group". […]
Writing in the Toronto Star, Haroon Siddiqui reported that Csanyi-Robah claimed that the police and crown attorney had recommended hate charges be laid against Levant under the hate speech provisions in Section 319 of the Criminal Code of Canada. However, in a subsequent meeting, Csanyi-Robah and another individual claimed that the Attorney-General of Ontario's office declined to lay charges because of fears that the trial would become a "bit of a [media] circus". […]
On January 23, 2013, Levant showed video of a protest that had occurred in front of the Sun News office in Toronto in which protesters objected to the Sun's coverage of the Idle No More movement. Levant replayed the clip on a subsequent show and proceeded to identify one couple by name claiming that they were "professional protesters." The couple subsequently contacted Sun to complain that it was not them in the clip, that they had not attended the protest nor even been in Toronto at the time and then complained to the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council when the Sun did not correct their story. "The CBSC’s National Specialty Services Panel concluded that Sun News Network breached Clause 6 of the CAB Code of Ethics for including inaccurate information in the talk show. […]
In 1996, Levant worked with David Frum to organize the "Winds of Change" conference in Calgary, an early attempt to encourage the Reform Party of Canada and Progressive Conservative Party of Canada to merge so that a united rightwing party could defeat the Liberal Party of Canada in the subsequent election. While unsuccessful, the conference anticipated future attempts at a Unite the Right movement which ultimately led to the formation of the Conservative Party of Canada in 2003. […]
Levant has called himself a libertarian, saying he is "basically someone who believes in freedom," although he says he is more "mainstream conservative" when it comes to social issues and foreign affairs. […]
In July 2008, Levant was invited to be a witness before the U.S. Congressional Human Rights Caucus "about the threat posed by radical Islam using Western legal mechanisms as weapons". [...]
In a column on the eve of the 2012 Presidential election, Levant wrote: "America is resilient. But four more years of Obama will change that country deeply — and not for the better." He urged readers to oppose President Obama's reelection. In the article, Levant stated about Obama's trips to Israel that, "alone amongst modern presidents he has not visited Israel during his presidency." Writer Chris Selley accused Levant of "making up one of his patented 'facts'" and noted afterwards, referring to a Washington Post article, that, in fact, the majority of the American presidents since the foundation of Israel have not visited during their presidency, with only Clinton and Carter visiting during their first terms. Levant predicted a Romney victory […]
Levant is a fierce critic of the Alberta Human Rights Commission […]
On January 20, 2013 Idle No More protesters confronted Ezra Levant at the Toronto Sun office as part of a larger protest against Sunmedia. They claimed Sun Media and Levant had a racist agenda […] Levant responded to protesters saying he supports reforming the Indian Act, which he called racist. Levant later said the protesters were a 'rent a mob' who were paid to attend any protest. […]
Youthquake. Fraser Institute. 1996. ISBN 0-88975-167-6.
Fight Kyoto: The plan to protect our economy. Essence Publishing. 2002. ISBN 1-55306-546-8.
The War On Fun. Western Standard. 2005. ISBN 0-9739541-0-8.
Shakedown: How our government is undermining democracy in the name of human rights. McLelland & Stewart. 2009. ISBN 0-7710-4618-9.
Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada's Oil Sands. McLelland & Stewart. 2010. ISBN 0-7710-4641-3.
The Enemy Within: Terror, Lies, and the Whitewashing of Omar Khadr. McLelland & Stewart. 2011. ISBN 0-7710-4621-9.
Siehe z.B. auf diesem Blog:
“Tea Party darling Allen West is leaving Florida to become CEO of the Koch-funded National Center for Policy Analysis, a member of the State Policy Network ..”
„Die Lobby-Gruppe ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) sponserte das “Stand-Your-Ground” Gesetz, wonach es zunächst kein Gerichtsverfahren zur Aufklärung der Tötung von Trayvon Martin geben sollte …“
“ALEC … has also received grants from two Koch family-backed foundations: Charles G. Koch Foundation, the Claude R. Lambe Foundation.”
Sie meinen die Last der Welt zu stemmen; http://guttmensch.blogspot.com/2012/08/romney-und-ryan.html?showComment=1443266520074#c5652695435206071823
“In July 2012, David H. Koch hosted a $50,000-a-person ($75,000 a couple) fundraising dinner for 2012 Republican Party Presidential candidate Mitt Romney …”
Henryk M. Broder äußerte sich ähnlich wie Levant; siehe
("Pro Christliches Medienmagazin" - die Marke "Pro" ist offenbar auch in christliche Gemeinden eingedrungen.)
In einem der Leserkommentare wird denn auch das gleiche, von PI empfohlene Video mit Levants Tirade gegen Merkel ("Erzwungene nationale Psychotherapie?") verlinkt.