This satiric music video says about itself:
When der fuehrer says we is de master race
We heil heil right in der fuehrer’s face
Not to love der fuehrer is a great disgrace
So we heil heil right in der fuehrer’s face
When Herr Goebbels says we own the world and space
We heil heil right in Herr Goebbels’ face
When Herr Göring says they’ll never bomb dis place
We heil heil right in Herr Göring’s face
Are we not he supermen Aryan pure supermen
Ja we are the supermen (super duper supermen)
Is this Nutsy land so good
Would you leave it if you could
Ja this Nutsy land is good
We would leave it if we could
We bring the world to order
Heil Hitler’s world to order
Everyone of foreign race
Will love der fuehrer’s face
When we bring to the world disorder
From daily The Independent in Britain today:
Police in Dresden said the friends from Afghanistan were sledging in the snowy Ore Mountains in Altenberg on Sunday when the stranger approached.
“A young man approached them on the slope, wearing a steel helmet emblazoned with a swastika,” a spokesperson said.
“The stranger purposefully walked up to two men from Afghanistan (aged 21 and 26) and insulted them.
“Shortly afterwards, he hit the younger man in the head using his helmet, causing him to fall to the ground.”
The attacker continued to torment the pair until a passer-by intervened, at which point he left, but not before performing a Nazi salute.
German authorities are treating the incident, which left the 21-year-old asylum seeker needing medical treatment, as aggravated assault.
The perpetrator is also wanted for the “use of symbols of unconstitutional organisations”, which is used to ban the Hitler salute along with the display of swastikas and other Nazi symbols.
In an appeal for information, police described the suspect as aged between 25 to 30, about 175 cm tall, … and of “muscular build”.
He was bald with facial hair resembling a “Hitler moustache” and wearing a light blue jeans and a khaki jacket.
Last weekend, the New York Times published a vile commentary by Jochen Bittner entitled “Can Germany Be Honest About Its Refugee Problems?” In the article, Bittner, a regular contributor to the German weekly Die Zeit who also writes for the Times, calls for tougher action against refugees. Bittner demands that German Chancellor Angela Merkel admit that she underestimated what he calls the “refugee problem” in Germany, declaring that “potentially thousands of these men are criminals, with no other goal than to rob and betray their hosts.” Among Bittner’s demands are the mass arrest and deportation of refugees: here.