Skip to comments.Fraternities mull ‘Aryan purity’ test for members (DE)
Posted on 05/26/2013 10:44:49 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Germanys oldest fraternity association could change its membership rules to include only ethnic Germans at their annual meeting this weekend, the country's media reported on Friday.
A meeting of the traditionally right-wing student fraternity association, the Burschenschaften, kicked off near the central German town of Eisenach in Thuringia on Friday morning with a rare press conference, the Süddeutsche Zeitung said on Friday.
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When reading your headline, one might mistake DE for Delaware, hahaha.
Sorry about that.
That’s what got me to click the link. I’m only a stone’s throw from Delaware.
Looks like I blew it. Didn’t even cross my mind. Sorry about that.
Perhaps they should institute DNA and genetic testing. They might be very surprised to discover how very unAryan significant parts of their background might be. They might even turn out to have some Neanderthal genes. The Horror!!
“Looks like I blew it.”
Not at all. I was just teasing you.
Having lived near Germany, I just automatically associate
DE with Germany.
I have no problem with voluntary identity stratification in the private sector.
Why not? - it worked so well the last time.
A lasting legacy of the Nazis with their extreme views and methods was the virtual outlawing of healthy self pride amongst caucasian people, and everyone knows it, but dare not say it, lest ye be branded a brutal racist oven-stuffer. And yet every other hue/ethnicity literally bathes in it, knowing whites can’t.
Your Delta Tau Chi name is Himmler.
Sadly, the post-war socialists have been on a mission to make the NAZIs appear rational.
What is the longest period that Europe has gone without a major war? 1815-1914 I think, 99 years of peace.
Thirty-two more years to go, to match that.
I watched Battle of the Bulge (again) last night (Henry Fonda, Dana Andrews, Telly Savalas, Robert Shaw).
There was a scene in which Col. Hassler (Shaw) called all of his Panzer commanders together so he could determine whether they were up to the task. He was disappointed that they were not all so young.
Then, one of the tank commanders started singing a rousing Panzer song, the rest of the commanders (all lined up, at attention) quickly joined in, stomping their right foot to keep time.
Col. Hessler listened for a few moments, obviously impressed by the visible solidarity and vigor of his new troops, ordered his personal aide Conrad to sing. Col. Hessler then joined in.
Before it was over, you realize there was a fanaticism there that transcended patriotism. It was really a pretty spooky scene. The only things missing were the Heil Hitlers and maybe a few Germany Shepards viciously ripping some hapless Jews apart with their bare teeth.
What is wrong with this?
Approximately 1,500 of the 10,000 members (of the Burschenschaften) are thought to align themselves with various degrees of extremist nationalism.
Of course, most of the items in your list are utopian nonsense. The self-loathing of the German elite for Germans is a sickness, which has been and will create even more problems.