The democratic fascists who run the present-day state of Germany—who although claiming to be democrats, are happy to use bannings, espionage and other Stasi-like tactics against political opponents—have now officially launched their second attempt to ban that nation’s National Democratic Party (NDP).
A previous attempt to ban the party in 2003 failed when it was revealed in court that almost all of the “evidence” which the state prosecutors had assembled to “justify” the banning, had been manufactured by the taxpayer-funded German secret service’s Verfassungschutz”, or “subversive watch”, the body entrusted by the ‘democrats’ to spy on, harass and disrupt its political opposition.
The new attempt to ban the NPD was launched this week when a courier delivered a document outlining the argument for outlawing the party to Germany’s Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe.
This latest attempt has been launched by the democratic-controlled governments of Germany’s 16 federal states and is supported by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government.
The 268-page document to be submitted to the court claims that the NPD follows the same “racial biological” ideology spread by the Nazis in the 1930s and 40s.
Ironically, it also claims that the NDP is seeking to undermine the “democratic principles of the current German state”—the hypocritical irony of a “democracy” seeking to ban a party has—of course—been completely ignored by the controlled media.
The democratic Interior Minister of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Ralf Jäger, speaking on German public radio, said this second attempt had been “more carefully prepared than the unsuccessful one in 2003” and that the legal papers “contained no such problematic evidence” as in the previous case.
A former president of the German Constitutional Court—which must decide on the application to have the NDP banned—one Hans-Jürgen Papier, has however expressed scepticism about the chances of success.
Also speaking on German public radio, Papier said that it would “not be enough” to show that the NDP “espoused and spread anti-democratic ideas” but that the application would have to “demonstrate an aggressive, actively combative attitude towards the basic values and core of Germany’s constitutional order.”
One of the many quotes contained in the new dossier—which was partially leaked last year, came from Udo Pastörs, NPD parliamentary floor leader in the eastern state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, who allegedly spoke at a meeting in Saarbrücken in 2009 to the effect that “The sole purpose of the NPD is to serve as a tool, a political tool. We want to inflict the maximum possible damage to this party state, which is nothing other than the extended arm of USrael.”
It is not yet clear when the application will be heard.