German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk defends racism

This is a video about Indian fraudulent guru Osho’s aka Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh’s commune Rajneeshpuram in the USA.

According to Wikipedia, German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk is an ex devotee of Osho aka Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh.

Unfortunately, that was not the last time that Sloterdijk did stupid things.

By Stefan Steinberg in Germany:

German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk defends racist remarks by central banker

26 October 2009

The German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk has waded into the controversy surrounding German Central Bank executive member Thilo Sarrazin with an open defence of racist remarks made by Sarrazin in an interview published in a prominent European cultural magazine.

Thilo Sarrazin is a long-time member of the Social Democratic Party and was for a number of years finance senator in the SPD-Left Party Senate coalition in Berlin. Just a few months after his appointment this past summer to the executive committee of the German Central Bank, Sarrazin unleashed a tirade against the poor, the socially deprived and, in particular, immigrant communities in Germany. His interview appears in the latest edition of the cultural magazine Lettre International. (See: ā€œThe racist outburst of German Federal Bank executive member Thilo Sarrazinā€).

4 thoughts on “German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk defends racism

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