Sarrazin’s racism in Germany


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GERMANY – Leading banker accused of racism agrees to resign

Thilo Sarrazin, a board member of Germany’s central Bundesbank embroiled in controversy after he made disparaging remarks about Muslims and Jews in a book, has agreed to resign, sparing the government of having to decide whether to dismiss him.

By Martin Kreikenbaum in Germany:

The lies of Thilo Sarrazin

Part one

28 September 2010

This is the first of a two-part series.

Nearly a month has passed since Der Spiegel magazine and the Bild newspaper published extracts from Thilo Sarrazin’s book, Germany Abolishes Itself. Since then, a full-blown campaign against Muslim immigrants has been launched, claiming that they resist integration into German society. Social problems such as high unemployment, the existence of so-called “social hot spots” and “parallel communities,” and low educational attainment are blamed on the immigrants themselves.

Part 2 is here.

A German insurance company got into trouble for citing the Koran in its refusal to compensate a Muslim accident victim for the cost of hiring a maid. Muslim men leave the housework to their wives, a clerk for the Gothaer insurance firm argued. The company has apologized: here.

Outcry over German CSU call against ‘alien culture’ migrants: here.

Racist E-mails Lead to Resignation of a Florida Police Chief: here.

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