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British soldier

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The following text is the response to the above arguments:

I feel like there is a lot of contradiction here. First, you said that there is no multiculturalism, and that only ethnicity and ancestry defines a person. It can be true in different ways but bare in mind that there are many ethnic Germans in the Americas who identify themselves as Americans, Canadians, Brazilians etc rather than Germans. Why? Because they were not born to German national parents. Their parents and grandparents had already assimilated into American/Canadian etc heritage. They pride in being Americans/Canadians etc.







On the second paragraph you said that we need to change somehow and focus on understanding people from other races and how to achieve peace. Yes but by being too much nationalistic (just as how you indicated in the first paragraph) does not bring peace and understanding. Won’t it? True that we have the right to be proud of our country and being nationalistic in a normal level is ok but to say that a country is no longer a true but shitty country because of the immigrants is too far. This will not bring peace. For your information, I’m quite a conservative person but I do want to live among people of different culture/races/religion so that we can finally gain understanding.



The way you’re implying is that when a country is too diversified, the country losses its loyalty. One can easily say that but I believe that because a country does not consist of one race in this globalized world, therefore, by classifying people it induce the idea of “us vs. them”. Just look USA or Canada or Australia where it is a melting pot. There are many Americans who argue that immigrants are not true American but we all know that America is build upon immigration; they have forgotten that their ancestors were immigrants.







Furthermore, these terminologies like patriotism, nationalism, us and them are created to keep people aligned





I believe everyone has the right to nationality and equality





Since we create nationality, better use it well





You also said that only white people talked about world peace and no other races on paragraph two, then why has a mindset that other races in your country should not have a voice?
  • The following text is the response to the above arguments:

    I feel like there is a lot of contradiction here. First, you said that there is no multiculturalism, and that only ethnicity and ancestry defines a person. It can be true in different ways but bare in mind that there are many ethnic Germans in the Americas who identify themselves as Americans, Canadians, Brazilians etc rather than Germans. Why? Because they were not born to German national parents. Their parents and grandparents had already assimilated into American/Canadian etc heritage. They pride in being Americans/Canadians etc.

    On the second paragraph you said that we need to change somehow and focus on understanding people from other races and how to achieve peace. Yes but by being too much nationalistic (just as how you indicated in the first paragraph) does not bring peace and understanding. Won’t it? True that we have the right to be proud of our country and being nationalistic in a normal level is ok but to say that a country is no longer a true but shitty country because of the immigrants is too far. This will not bring peace. For your information, I’m quite a conservative person but I do want to live among people of different culture/races/religion so that we can finally gain understanding.

    The way you’re implying is that when a country is too diversified, the country losses its loyalty. One can easily say that but I believe that because a country does not consist of one race in this globalized world, therefore, by classifying people it induce the idea of “us vs. them”. Just look USA or Canada or Australia where it is a melting pot. There are many Americans who argue that immigrants are not true American but we all know that America is build upon immigration; they have forgotten that their ancestors were immigrants.

    Furthermore, these terminologies like patriotism, nationalism, us and them are created to keep people aligned

    I believe everyone has the right to nationality and equality

    Since we create nationality, better use it well

    You also said that only white people talked about world peace and no other races on paragraph two, then why has a mindset that other races in your country should not have a voice?

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April 19th 1943: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Was the 1943 act of Jewish resistance that arose within the Warsaw Ghetto in German-occupied Poland during World War II, and which opposed Nazi Germany’s final effort to transport the remaining Ghetto population to Treblinka extermination camp.
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todayinhistory:

April 19th 1943: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Was the 1943 act of Jewish resistance that arose within the Warsaw Ghetto in German-occupied Poland during World War II, and which opposed Nazi Germany’s final effort to transport the remaining Ghetto population to Treblinka extermination camp.

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The crew of the SMY Hohenzollern assist Kaiser Wilhelm II in hiding Easter eggs aboard the yacht. Easter, 1912.

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The crew of the SMY Hohenzollern assist Kaiser Wilhelm II in hiding Easter eggs aboard the yacht. Easter, 1912.

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Anonymous asked:
Der Punkt ist, das man deutsch sprechen und lesen können muß, um "deutsch sein" zu verstehen. Der nächste Punkt ist, das man das heutzutage sowieso kaum noch erfahren kann, weil die BRD eben nicht Deutschland ist, sondern nur ein volksfeindliches Konstrukt. BRD is DDR 2.0 isn´t DEUTSCHLAND!

Anon, can you come off anon and talk to me openly. The way you’re saying is that the modern day Germany is not the true Deutschland, plus being fluent in German doesn’t make you German. Am I right of what you’re saying? If so, I don’t really know what kind of Germany you want. The olden times when the true ‘German’ people  were the majority versus modern-day Germany filled with multiculturalism. And now, you see all those Turkish and other immigrants residing in Germany and taking up German citizenship. Let me tell you this, many of them don’t even declare themselves as patriotic Germans, their original identity (eg. Russian, Turkish) is the first for them. They became naturalized citizens because it is their rights. They lived there for many years paying taxes and contributing the country’s economy. And for anyone who was born legally in a foreign country, don’t they have the right to proclaim their birth country’s nationality? On the other hands, immigrants from developing countries do cause problems in Germany and that is the same elsewhere, however, i will not go into details because if u wanna discuss more, come off anon.


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Anonymous asked:
Um Deutsche zu verstehen muß man deutsch sprechen und die entsprechenden Bücher gelesen haben! Die BRDlinge die heute noch da sind, kann man jedenfalls kaum noch deutsch nennen!

Why do you think that the BRD is harldy representing Germans and Germany? I don’t really get your point.


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