"Our Europe Is Dying": German Youth Blast Merkel's "Multicultural Utopia"

Tyler Durden's picture

Earlier this week, we documented the riots that took place in tiny Heesch where 1,000 Dutch protesters took to the streets to demonstrate their extreme displeasure at the town’s decision to settle some 500 refugees.

Just hours before the melee, far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders (who is set to go on trial in March for inciting racial hatred by promising to rid the Netherlands of “Moroccans”) released a new TV spot for his ascendant Freedom Party. In the clip, Wilders says male Mid-East refugees are “Islamic testosterone bombs” who should be locked away in asylum centers in order to “save the country’s women” from “sexual jihad.”

If you watched the clip, your first reaction was probably to laugh, but if you’re like us, that laughter quickly gave way to consternation because what the video clearly demonstrates is that not only is Europe succumbing to xenophobia, the bloc is increasingly receptive to messages that in any other context would likely be met with revulsion.

Of course you can’t exactly blame Europeans for their newfound tendency to lean right (so to speak). Between the Paris attacks and the wave of sexual assaults that took place across the bloc on New Year’s Eve, the EU electorate has come to associate refugees with violent crime. The bloc is in fact so frightened that pepper spray and gun sales are soaring as Europeans arm themselves against what they increasingly view as a hostile foreign invasion and an usurpation of Christian values.

All of this has served to boost the popularity of far-right groups like PEGIDA in Germany and the “Soldiers of Odin” in Finland, where vigilante justice has arrived in the form of roving patrols of young men donning black bomber jackets with Viking helmets stitched on the back.

It’s against this rather disturbing backdrop that we bring you the following video from the “Identitarian Movement” in Germany. As you’ll see, some German youths are prepared to stage an open revolt against policies and politicians they believe are “sacrificing German values and traditions.”

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samjam7's picture

Germany needs to wake the hell up and say enough is enough. Now they expect Austria to do the job for them as Vienna will control their borders more strictly and all Merkel that insane woman does is critizice Austria.

Clearly we know whose orders she has been following and not just in regard to the migrant crisis but this would be an ideal opportunity for the German electorate to wake up and see that woman for what she is. A sell-out to the nation and all of Europe. 

If the EU won't protect its borders and put an end to this migrant carnage in the next few months before the next, even bigger, avalanche rolls in it'll be the end of Schengen and most likely the EU. I always expected it to be Greece that would do the job, but it seems Merkel's stubbornness is way more effective!

Troy Ounce's picture

 

 

 

Claim your Jewish Christian culture, bitchez

Ham-bone's picture

What Germany and Europe are dealing with isn't singular or unique...this is a global epidemic. Demographic changes are driving political and CB actions.

The link below attempts to emphasize some of the demographic changes occuring.

http://econimica.blogspot.com/2016/01/sources-of-growth-examined-and-found.html

Something as simple as the fact that the bottom rung of global population, the 0-5yr/old population has been essentially flat since 1991 while the rest of the population has grown older by 2 billion should bring some light to this topic...and the only reason the 0-5yr/old population hasn't cratered is due to massive population growth in Africa offsetting declines nearly everywhere else. But Africa hasn't the jobs, the wages, the savings, or access to credit to make any impact on the global economic meter.

http://econimica.blogspot.com/2016/01/populations-of-young-are-declining.html

The issue of depopulation starting from the youngest rungs of society, working their way up through societies is not new...but somehow it has taken decades to make its way to our consciousness...of course it has been masked by the older generations living so much longer than their predecessors.  But now the shit is hitting the fan as the substitution of lower interest rates to incent greater debt in lieu of organic growth from the bottom has hit the wall.  

One more look, this time focusing on 0-24yr/old populations...ain't pretty from an economic growth standpoint...there are massive declines to populations underway from the bottom up.  As much as 40+% ultimate total population declines in multiple nations are nearly a certainty!!!

http://econimica.blogspot.com/2016/01/central-banks-governments-treat-secular.html

Perhaps its time we begin to acknowledge how broken the present paradigm is...and discuss what comes next?

Miles Ahead's picture

Agree.  I think it's time.  Sounds like a good topic to blog on http://econimica.blogspot.com/2016...

DownWithYogaPants's picture

So you are saying if population declines that is a "fail" ???

Only when you have an African horde bearing down upon you.  Reality is there are too many people and quality of life would go up if the world population were 1/2 of what it presently is.

We don't need low skill workers.  Robots are or will be soon doing their jobs.

Oldwood's picture

I understand the problem you lay out here of depopulation, but what does that have to do with wholesale immigration infusion. If that immigration obliterates the identity and values of the existing society, what has it "saved". Would it not be kinder to the domestic population to simply let them die a quiet, peaceful death rather than watch as everything they thought of value wiped away and spit upon before their very eyes?

August's picture

Like the ladies of Japan, it may be wiser to take your children in arms, and leap from a cliff.

Of course, in the EU, few actually have children, so they'll have to leap alone.

amadeus39's picture

I question whether jumping of cliffs be considered a wise move...unless one has a parachute, and even then "adventurous" might be a more accurate descriptor.

 

Ham-bone's picture

Couple points here...economic growth and maintenance of asset prices, maintenance of consumption / demand is incumbent on a growing population (alongside growing wages, and/or rising credit).  Not a suprise EU leadership is working at the behest of those with the most to lose by deflationary depopulation.

Regarding Germany, it spearheaded the creation of the Euro which took effect in 1999.  Guess what, Germany's core adult population (15-64yr/olds) turned negative in... 1999 and has been falling every year since.  In essence, Germany knew full well they would be Japan with fewer consumers every year and deflation raging...so instead of a declining population of 80 million Germans for Germany's goods and a strong currency slowing exports...Germany pushed through the single currency opening up a growing market of 340 million EU wide to Germany's exports without any currency headwind.  The result has been spectacular for Germany and essentially disastrous for club med.

Maybe the discussion should go a little deeper than just whether or not to import potential growth via immigrants???  Maybe the well being of all EU should be discussed, not just Germany?

MATA HAIRY's picture

good to see europeans fighting back against the elite and their invading cheap labor army.

Yen Cross's picture

 WTF with Nasdaq futures Tyler? This shit is getting silly.

 Anyone that says these markets are oversold above the four hour charts, deserves to be shot in the head, and FUCKED in the bullet hole.

Ham-bone's picture

Yen - perhaps what is driving this boat isn't exactly based on fundamentals or technicals or or or.  Perhaps it's something to do with what's going on over here???  Wonder is players are getting the word of imminent changes?

http://econimica.blogspot.com/2016/01/qe-treasurys-dollar-and-oilall-tied.html

Yen Cross's picture

 I'm looking at lending rates, and they aren't changing. I'm looking at short term bond futures and they aren't changing.

 Something says funds are being re-appropriated offshore.

Ham-bone's picture

Keep digging Yen

Cheers

Montani Semper Liberi's picture

 Oil.

 I was looking around trying to find the reason why the Nikkei had surged nearly a 1000 points and found an article on Market Watch that attributed the gains to fact that oil had nosed above 30 dollars.

 This despite the recent reports of continued builds in crude oil and distillate storage.

Montani Semper Liberi's picture

 I might add that the article mentioned that asian markets were also bouyed by their hopes of more stimulus by the ECB.

 HOPIUM

Manipuflation's picture

Platinum is catching my eye.  To bad it did so last spring as well.  Oops.  No major play there though and on a cash physical deal so I can wait a long time.  Palladium is one that I have played once before and I barely got out with a small profit but I was leveraged that time  Palladium is hard to sell. 

Kind of have been watching crude oil vs retail.  There is some disconnect there as well.

August's picture

Palladium is hard to sell.

Thanks. Important safety tip.

pupdog1's picture

Fucking treasonous cunt Merkel should be the Berlin dog catcher by now.

Well, it sounds like the kids are waking up.

Croesus's picture

Merkel should be forced to live among those "refugees" she's so fond of. 

Escapeclaws's picture

Sad video. These are normal people in despair. Why is Germany so hated?

Miles Ahead's picture

Actually, rather than normal people, they could be actors no?

Having said that, I don't think Germany is so hated.  Personally I love Germany.  Always has been my favorite for over a century, for many reasons.  And when I had a chance to live in Europe briefly I chose Berlin.  Have penned a vocal number under the same name (masterpiece too!). 

Bu the world is going to reap the consequences of it's behavior, and Germany has not been an uninterested observer on the sidelines over these decades.  As smart and practical as they always seem you would think they would have led the charge against destabilizing - rather obliterating - countries whose populations are close enough to have to be accounted for at some point down the road.

TheObsoleteMan's picture

If there is to be any change, it will indeed come from the under 35 group. Those 35-60 are too comfortable in their jobs to step out of line and risk it all, while the older ones just want their pension checks to cash, and to hell with everything else. Those over 70 are too busy dying to worry about tomorrow.

Old Doctor's picture

Germany, what took you so long??? Thank God someone is waking up. The EU is destined to fail and it will soon. That the people of Europe with their proud culture, traditions and language should allow their countries to be debased by little unelected technocrats is only a wet dream for Brussels. When you have an unelected gov't trying to conquer European countries by decree there will be a strong push back. And a righitful one. Once again think....these are not random coincidentces but a plan to bring Europe to her knees. Ask WHO MADE MERKEL DO THIS? Money is certainly the root of evil here. Just ask Greece. Start turning over a few rocks and you'll find Rothschilds and their ilk. 

Ghordius's picture

"The EU is destined to fail and it will soon."

since it's not a centralized, federal state, i.e. not "something like the US" indeed "the EU", this strange chimera judging from the usual comments from some people...

... can and indeed could soon "fail". or even be disbanded. it has, after all, the size of a middling US federal department, as an org

so? the needs of the sovereign countries that form it don't go away, and the request for some kind of Concert of Europe is politically very strong

what is more interesting is why so many Americans are still convinced that the EU is at all involved in this "Multicultural Utopia"

we Europeans need to be multicultural... because our neighbours have different cultures. but they are still european cultures, plural

the situation is therefore completely different from the US, where there is an American culture (or meta-culture), or several of them (though with a cultural war going on)

immigration is still a national affair, in Europe. witness how it's Federal Germany trying to find agreements among the partners about some key of how to divide the current batch of war refugees

so yes, this "EU" could fail. so what. then we make a new thing for the jobs currently assigned to it

Ghordius's picture

"Of course you can’t exactly blame Europeans for their newfound tendency to lean right (so to speak). Between the Paris attacks and the wave of sexual assaults that took place across the bloc on New Year’s Eve, the EU electorate has come to associate refugees with violent crime. The bloc is in fact so frightened that pepper spray and gun sales are soaring as Europeans arm themselves against what they increasingly view as a hostile foreign invasion and an usurpation of Christian values."

that's very shallow. I repeat often something that somehow never gets through: Europe has a conservative backbone that for several reasons is invisible for the English-speaking press and media

and we make very clear distinctions between Right and Far Right, here

the "EU electorate" does not associate refugees with violent crime as a whole, the Right is awakening to the issues and the Far Right is having a field day

"All of this has served to boost the popularity of far-right groups like PEGIDA in Germany and the “Soldiers of Odin” in Finland, where vigilante justice has arrived in the form of roving patrols of young men donning black bomber jackets with Viking helmets stitched on the back."

yes. though nothing really new. except for the news hysterics about it

"It’s against this rather disturbing backdrop that we bring you the following video from the “Identitarian Movement” in Germany. As you’ll see, some German youths are prepared to stage an open revolt against policies and politicians they believe are “sacrificing German values and traditions."

it's disturbing... for those who are not used to it. and this leads back to the news hysterics about it. which then again leads to how the big news conglomerates - particularly the English-speaking ones - are used to portray the world

so I repeat:

first, open your eyes and note that conservative parties are common, in all european continental countries

second, note how much English speaking media is always concerned in not identifying them as conservative. Just note how PMs like Berlusconi, Sarkozy or Rajoy, but also Orban or the newest batch in Poland are treated in the English speaking media. there are geo-political reasons behind it, but also some uniquely domestic political reasons in both the UK and the US to portray them so

one evidence for that is how PM Cameron's move to take the British Tory party out of the EPP has practically not even been discussed, in the UK

third, conservative politics is typically reactive and slow. meaning that now it's awakening to the issues, but it will take some time for them to formulate answers. but they are coming. if you listen, you'll note that the most common timeline given among them is... eight weeks

this movement will also consist in a political squeeze of the Far Right. and a new reframing of the political landscape, something that happens differently in a multi-party political environment

the Left... well, in all this it will reframe several principles on which it is still hanging for it's dear life. they were tested, and found wanting

Lebensphilosoph's picture

"like Berlusconi, Sarkozy or Rajoy, ..."

Proof positive that the term "conservative" takes its meaning relative to the degree of "progress" made by the left. Yesterday's radical liberal is tomorrow's "conservative". Rinse and repeat.

What a load of useless junk.

 

Ghordius's picture

I disagree, and could point out that the very term "capitalist" is of communist origin, too. again, every discussion of politics and ideology has a huge problem crossing the channel and/or the pond for the simple reason that neither Brits nor Americans are at ease with what are commonly recognized labels in the rest of the world

and so that usual "What a load of useless junk". open your eyes, and you'll recognize it as an automatic cultural response

Conservativism exists, and it is a political philosophy centered on retaining cultural, social and political traditions. Which differ, from country to country

meanwhile, elsewhere conservatives don't have a problem recognizing other conservatives from other countries as such. why? well, the answer is more in your political culture that does not

a political culture that exhibits the label "progressive", something that is very, very uncommon elsewhere

Oldwood's picture

Conservatives can respect other cultures because they value their own, while not finding it necessary to impose theirs on to others. Fundamentalist Muslims are not conservative as they respect no ones culture but their own. Progressives, liberals, leftists are the same as while they claim to respect all cultures in their drive for diversity, they simultaneously try to stamp out any existing cultures that would stand in their way. Their culture is one of death and destruction as they ultimately respect no one, choosing to value only a non existent culture, a sterilized, homogenized blur that seeks to impose a new utopian dream culture much as the communists sought by murdering and imprisoning millions to create their similar vision.

Ghordius's picture

Oldwood, I am talking actually of conservatives in the Western world

I am talking about the fact that Cameron took great care of taking the British Conservatives out of the European People's Party

I am talking about the fact that the EPP is the biggest political bloc of the eurozone. (it's bigger then the US Dems, bigger then the US Reps, btw)

it is the largest party bloc in the EU Parliament and EU Council, another two things you seldom hear about in the English speaking media

it's an alliance of some 50+ national political parties, all conservative... and you practically never hear about them in any English speaking media

instead, this very media continuously propagates a kind of search for the "leader of the EU". until lately it was Merkel. well, to which bloc do you think Merkel belongs? the EPP

and there is not even a conspiracy theory about it. I find it hilarious

Oldwood's picture

Merkel displays no conservative values I would recognize, which tells me that your and my definitions of conservatism do not exist in the same world. I'm am tired of word games. Just tell us what Europe's will look like in twenty years. Will it be muslim.? Will it have dissolved all national identity other than words? Will people have any right of self expression in regards to their personal values that might be outside of the New Euro Norm? It does not look good for anyone who might look or sound like a traditional European of twenty years past in the twenty years future.

Ghordius's picture

Oldwood, Merkel is the head of gov supported by a coalition of conservatives and socialists

meaning that she often has to make the point... of the socialist partners. and they have often have to make the conservative point

just listen to the SPD German Foreign minister, for example

I do not expect Europe to become Muslim in twenty years, nor the national identities to dissolve

nor do I think you have it right about your "Will people have any right of self expression in regards to their personal values that might be outside of the New Euro Norm? "

indeed, that part makes me think about the American Cultural War that is going on. there is no such thing as a "Euro Norm" in regard to people. there are, instead, national norms

truth is, I often have the suspicion that a lot of American concern about what is happening in Europe has more to do with your situation. and a lot of projection

I'll stop here with a prediction: I expect a lot of changes in the next four months, here

Oldwood's picture

So Europeans are not being prosecuted for hate speech as inciters of violence? And white European birth rates are not negative while Muslim immigrants are off the charts and BRAGGING about how they will overtake domestic Europeans?

Much of Europe already has large areas of monolithic Muslim areas following sharia law. Muslims are telling you they will mate with your daughters and they will wear head scarfs and pray to Allah.

So far, no one is being imprisoned for speaking out against American government policies, although many do suffer for their liberties. America seems destined to follow Europe, even if it takes us over the cliff. The issue of citizenship in America is a lost cause as we are no more likely to expel immigrants that you are. The best we can hope for is to slow the process down so as to possibly create an opportunity for assimilation. That will not happen with mass immigration, and as you will see in Europe, your government's demand for cultural tolerance and embrace will enable these large numbers to remain separate and distinct and they will grow as a cancer. By the time you accept what is happening, your government will be dominated by Islamic sympathies and you will have no other option but to assimilate to THEIR culture.

Ghordius's picture

Oldwood, yes, we generally prosecute inciters of violence. no, we don't prosecute "hate speech", that's American, as far as I know

meanwhile, our cultural tolerance is a bit different from yours. for example in Germany, everybody is expected to be assimilated and integrated in the German society, speaking German, which is not an easy language to learn

I could as well argue that we are more following your trends then you following our trends

Lebensphilosoph's picture

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Conservativism exists, and it is a political philosophy centered on retaining cultural, social and political traditions. Which differ, from country to country

Yes, conservatism exists, but it exists only a reactionary principle which takes as its point of departure the societal norms of some abritrary point in time. As such it is in principle a term with a relative meaning, and conservatives inevitably end up giving up ground to progressives. Yet you use it as if it were of some normative significance to which one could universally ascribe - or not ascribe - value. You talk of "tradition" but, like the conservative, you mean by this word nothing more than "custom", which only highlights its worthlessness: custom for custom's sake, preservation for preservation's sake, all couched in the language of materialism. It's no wonder at all that "conservatives" often tend towards forms of ethnic nationalism. To illustrate this once again in simple terms, the ideas entertained by the average "conservative" of today would be anathema to the Catholics who took  St. Pius IX's Syllabus of Errors to heart, yet these were nothing more than a restatement of over a thousand years of European spiritual tradition.

The difference between a De Maistre and a Burke, or between an Evola and and a Churchill, is not one of degree, whereas that between the "right" and the "left" is. There are traditionalists, in Rene Gueonon's sense of the word, and then there are conservatives who are merely the right-wing of the same metaphysical paradigm as progressives.


Ghordius's picture

I can somewhat live with that definition. Somewhat

problem is, in continental european politics we don't bunch the non-conservative into "Progressives". We don't even use the word

from the point of view of continental conservatives, there is a huge difference between liberal (classic) proposals and socialist proposals

a result from multi-party electoral systems and their political results, including political coalitions. something the UK is not a complete stranger to

Lebensphilosoph's picture

Yes, there is indeed a large difference, but they both begin with the notion of the centrality of man and arrive at their conclusions starting from there, one emphasising his autonomous and the other his collective individuality. Both are essentially rationalistic, materialistic, secular and anti-hierarchical, even if their adherents might not consciously bee all of those things, and all of them have in common their glorification of the Enlightenment and sneering at Europe's Middle Ages.

The word "progressive" is just the logical juxtaposiiton to that of "conservative" who, I might add, could be "liberal" or "socialist" (consider the conservative of 1920s Germany and the American conservative, which is why we constantly hear from Americans about "Fascists" being "left-wing" while the European scratches his head at this. I'd actually call Hitler part conservative, part progressive, and all-round fetishist)

 

 

Ghordius's picture

+1 this definition I like much, much better. indeed, classic fascism has a strong attachment to pre-Enlightment, Middle-Age values - also taking from there corporativism (which isn't corporatism) - which are from the fundation of the values of european conservatives, making for us classic fascism a more conservative affair then anything else

indeed, you made me realize something I did not, before. about the effects of Enlightment over political strains of thought. I'd hazard here that it is stronger in the UK and US, but I have really to research a bit into that

thanks, Lebensphilosoph

Oldwood's picture

So you are good with mass migration of people who completely reject our arbitrary reactionism and traditions in favor of theirs which have remained unchanged for centuries, and further you have no issue with the complete Islamic conversion of our traditions, cultures and pathetic historical values. Explain what it is that you do value.

TwoHoot's picture

"Europe has a conservative backbone that for several reasons is invisible for the English-speaking press and media"

I would add that it is also invisible to individual US conservatives like myself. What is considered "right" or "far right" in the sovereign European Nations still favour an overpowering Federal Government. They want a powerful central government to force their will on their fellow citizens.. That is exactly what the progressive/liberals want to do in the US. So it seems to me that there is a distinction without a difference between "left" and "right" politics in Europe.

The conservative "right" in the US is not a bunch of skin-head thugs. The right wants to limit Federal Government by returning to the Federal powers outlined in the Constitution of the US. Those powers are quite limited and include primarily 1) providing a sound currency, 2) Settling disputes between states, 3) conducting foreign affairs, and 4) providing for the national defence. For example, even robbery, murder and rape are NOT Federal crimes under the US constitution. They are matters left to the individual states. Housing, education, environmental policy, banking regulation, labour policy etc are not constitutionally federal issues. They are issues for the states and "the people" to decide, even though the liberal/progressive "left" has encroached into those areas.

My question to you is, "What major political party in any of the sovereign European nations favours a truly limited federal sovereign government"?

Maybe the conservative backbone of Europe is invisible because it isn't there in the US sense of the word.

I am not talking about the limited nature of the EU which you so eloquently defend. I am talking about limited sovereign government policy.

Ghordius's picture

meanwhile, we don't have a federal government, here

further down a discussion with a guy from Netherlands that would like to have one

so to your question: none. as in no party is in favour of a federal government

TwoHoot's picture

I am NOT talking about a Federal EU.

Does Germany, Italy, France or any of the other EU members have a Federal government? I think the answer is a definite "yes". Is there any viable political party in any of those  sovereign countries that favors limiting its' power and scope? I think the answer is "no".

If so, that is why english speaking media can't see any conservative "right" in Europe. It isn't there.

Even the UK has a somewhat limited Federal government, with the Magna Carta and all. The US was founded on the idea of a very limited Federal government.

zaphire999's picture

Welcome to the party.  To be fair, this has been going on for a long time, decades already.  Just at a slower point, these things don't just happen.  However, what is anybody doing about it.  It's one thing knowing your country is going down the shit pan, it's another doing nothing about it.

These are only dumb fuck politicians .. are they better, or know more than me or you?  Let's just say I think I might know something they don't - I might know quite a bit they don't know.

 

dogismycopilot's picture

Merkel is going to resign. She wants to become the next president of the EU Commission. She is loving every bit of this. The only thing that can stop Merkel is probably a bullet.

BaghdadBob's picture

Rape a countries finances, infiltrate it's government/media, burden it's citizens with debt repayments in the form of 'taxes', flood it with ethnic troublemakers, stir up the local indigenous populace, instigate a few 'terrrrrrist' attacks, divert attention away from the real destroyers of said nation, divide and conquer, re-write history, sneak away into the night and onto the next the sucker. This is the Jooish way. Always has been, always will. Gods own chosen Parasites.

MiddleLeg's picture

"The Torah-Talmud is the only original fount of such ideas that research can discover. 'He [Jehovah] shall deliver their kings into thine hand and thou shalt destroy their name from them . . . ye shall utterly destroy all the places wherein the nations which ye shall possess served their gods'"

-Douglas Reed, "The Controversy of Zion"

scintillator9's picture

Dialogue Zukunft Vision 2050 for those who can read German

http://www.nachhaltigkeitsrat.de/uploads/media/RNE_Visionen_2050_Band_2_...

The index, roughly translated to English:

What is certain is that nothing is certain ............................. 33
My life in 2050 ............................................. 34
My impression of 2050 ....................................... 35
Education is our future ....................................... 37
At all levels against inhumane practices .... 39
The creation of a basic attitude -
real participation at all levels ........................ 40
What helps the theory without practice? ............................. 41
Future safe (s)! ................................................. 42
Who would have thought ............................................. 43
Future request ................................................. ..45
Sustainable Lifestyles 2050 ................................. 47
Vision 2050 ................................................ .......... 49
Globalization on a small scale, differentiation in the large ..51
The future- very big chance ................................ 54
Social extended family replaces the
genetic Famlie ................................................ .56

Energy - how do they come 2050? ................... 58
Understanding Sustainability
all economic entities ....................................... 59
Sustainability as a way of life ...................... 60
Stardate 205003241530 ....................................... 62
40 years time for a better world! ............................ 64
Vision_2050_Nachhaltigkeit than
Naturalness .......................................... 66
Justice - an issue for generations ................ 70
2050 - In the meantime, we are the society
have enthusiastic about sustainability ........................ 71
The power of the economic concept ........................ 72
Biolandwirtschaft ................................................. 74
My Vision 2050 ............................................... ..75
Self-determined life design ........................ 77
Vision 2050 ................................................ .......... 79
The route is the goal ............................................. .... 81
Vision 2050 ................................................ .......... 82
AUTO_MOBILITÄT, a moving discussion .............. 83
Fragments of a future. My Vison ....................... 86
2050 - Vision, utopia, imagination ................................. 90
Small is smart ............................................... ........ 93
My vision for 2050 ............................................. 95
Sketches a world of tomorrow - Vision 2050 ................ 96
My world ................................................ ........... 99
The future now .............................................. 100
Of course, life!
"Socio-ecological market economy" .................. 101
My vision 2050 ........................................... 102
Life without oil ............................................... ...... 104
2050 agreement, equal, justice .................................... 105
Interpersonal communication / tolerance /
Acceptance ................................................. ........ 107
Milestones to a sustainable future in 2050 ..... 108
Social investment opportunities ............................... 113
Open society in Europe ................................ 115
2050: Many challenges and good solutions ... 116
Progress and deceleration ............................ 117
My vision a reality today ................................... 118
Sustainable industrial policy ................................ 119
Large harvests - Big hunger ................................. 120
Wonderful biodiversities in the sea ...................... 121
For our future we need our
Looking east align ........................................ 122
2050 - has a rethink place ................... 124
Vision 2050 - Setting the course in 2011 ....................... 125
My Vision 2050 - Quality of Life ........................ 126
Vision 2050 ................................................ ........ 128
Germany 2050 ............................................... 131
Germany 2050: aware, multi-dimensional,
sustainable and viable for the future ............................... 132
My vision for 2050
Sustainability is omnipresent .......................... 134
Germany and the world in the year 2050th
My vision ................................................ ....... 136
The vision of life - facing forward! ........ 139
Economies for people and
Environment - not the other way around ................................. 141
Global utopia ................................................ .... 144
03.24.2050 ............................................... .......... 146
My Vision 2050 ............................................... 147
My vision ................................................ ....... 148
Education and Science - the career opportunity! ...... 149
Shopping list for a better world .......................... 150
Without barriers and borders ................................ 153
"Over the past interests me the
Future, because where I intend to live. "
(Albert Einstein) .............................................. .... 154
2050 ................................................. ................ 156
Small steps lead to big changes ....... 157
TOGETHER 2050 ................................................ 158
Education as the basis for a stable Germany .... 160
Two one thousand fiftieths ............................................ 162
Shift in consciousness for a meaningful
Shaping the world ............................................. 165
Vision 2050 ................................................ ........ 166
The real luxury! ................................................. 167
A social, democratic, ecological,
peaceful world ................................................ .... 168
2050 ................................................. ................ 170
03.24.2050 ............................................... .........171

 

Lebensphilosoph's picture

"Shift in consciousness for a meaningful
Shaping the world ............................................. 165"

Reads like a New Age religious tract. No surprises there.

nicbyte's picture

RACISM in Euope alive and well I see. Every single European lost their right to call out South-Africa on it's Aparthied time. You do not want to share your culture with other these other non-eu cultures and  religions. That is excactly what South-Africa did, the seperarted cultures.