2 thoughts on “Vääryyskäynti pv 4: Poliisireksi Kimmo Himbergiä halveksitaan!

  1. Hetkinen! Nyt on syytä kiinnittää huomio Himbergin nimeen ja perhetaustaan (ympärileikaus yms.). Voi olla mahdollista, että poliisiopiston johtaja olisi myös nimeltään Himbergstein!

  2. https://www.dw.com/en/german-professor-under-police-protection-for-stance-on-islamophobia/a-56887468?maca=en-rss-en-all-1573-rdf
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    16.03.2021 ”A German professor at a university in Grenoble, France, has become the target of a hate campaign for not wanting to compare anti-Semitism with Islamophobia.”
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    ”Incidentally, the Stuttgart-born professor is married to a Muslim woman.” ”When another professor showed solidarity with Kinzler, the student union Unef also targeted him.”
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    ”Identity politics and cancel culture”
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    ”Klaus Kinzler told German newspaper Die Welt that there is a form of political activism in France that disguises itself as academia.”
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    ”Similarly, political scientist Claus Leggewie points out that those activists aren’t fighting against the powerful, the establishment, the far-right or the real fascists, but against people whose views are seen as ”not being pro-Islamic enough.””
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    ”Leggewie describes the case as being about ”canceling” specific persons, silencing them, and ”banning ideas and discussions.””
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    http://www.sciencespo-grenoble.fr/ang/entry-one/explore-the-institute/
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    https://rairfoundation.com/sharia-alert-police-protection-needed-for-additional-french-teachers-accused-of-insulting-islam-video/
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    March 14, 2021 ”Two University Professors at the Grenoble Institute of Political Studies (IEP) in eastern France have been placed under 24-hour police protection after being smeared as “Islamophobes” and “fascists.” The teachers’ lives are under threat after an Islamo-leftist student group, National Union of Students of France (UNEF), led a dangerous campaign against the professors for simply trying to question the concept of “Islamophobia”.”
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    ”The union has accused the teacher and his course of spreading “Islamophobic” remarks during classes. Facebook and Instagram pages were launched asking students to report all “problematic comments” that might have occurred in class, with expectations that the reports could be used to cancel the course and the teacher.”
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    ”leftist and Islamic students looking to make trouble in his class” ”The other teacher placed under police protection, Klaus Kinzler, is a 61-year-old German teacher who has been at at IEP Grenoble for 25 years. It is important to note that Professor Kinzler labels himself as a liberal from the “extreme center” who believes in freedom of speech.”
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    ”There’s a majority of my colleagues who hate me now. Because in their eyes – I’m dragging the establishment through the mud – While I’m the one risking my own skin”
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    ”are threatened and/or targeted for death because they dare to be critical of Islam” ”“The more of us who choose to stay silent, the more dangerous it becomes for the few who continue speaking out.” The fact is that where critical thinking & free speech end,”
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    ”I received a email from a colleague saying that what the students have done to me, putting my life in danger, wasn’t as bad as my moral conservatism.” ”And it’s true, I’m more isolated. Every year, a bit more.”
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    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Institut_d%27%C3%A9tudes_politiques_de_Grenoble
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grenoble_Institute_of_Political_Studies
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    https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/deceiving-the-public
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    ”propaganda to disguise their political aims” ”aggression to hide their true ideological goals and to justify war and violence against innocent civilians”
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    ”engineered a phony Polish attack on a German radio station to mask and justify their invasion”
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    ”To deflect criticism of its actions, Nazi Germany’s leadership accused the Allies and the “Jews” of spreading malicious lies and “atrocity stories.””
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    ”as a victim or potential victim of foreign aggressors, as a peace-loving nation forced to take up arms to protect its populace or defend European civilization against Communism”
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    ”regime launched an aggressive media campaign to build public support”
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    ”To present the invasion as a morally justifiable, defensive action, the German press played up “Polish atrocities,” referring to real or alleged discrimination and physical violence directed against ethnic Germans living in Poland. The press deplored Polish “warmongering” and “chauvinism,” and also attacked the British for encouraging war by promising to defend Poland in the event of German invasion.”
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    ”SS men dressed in Polish army uniforms “attacked” a German radio station at Gleiwitz (Gliwice). The next day, Hitler announced to the German nation and the world his decision to send troops into Poland in response to Polish “incursions” into the Reich. The Nazi Party Reich Press Office instructed the press to avoid the use of the word war. They were to report that German troops had simply beaten back Polish attacks, a tactic designed to define Germany as the victim of aggression. The responsibility for declaring war would be left to the British and French.”
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    ”the Nazi propaganda machine played up stories” ”The Nazi leadership aimed to deceive the German population, the victims, and the outside world regarding their genocidal policy”
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    ”authorities had put Jews to work, built clean hospitals, set up soup kitchens for Jews, and provided them with newspapers and vocational training”
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    ”To prevent non-Jews from attempting to enter the ghettos and from seeing the condition of daily life there for themselves, German authorities posted quarantine signs at the entrances, warning of the danger of contagious disease. Since inadequate sanitation and water supplies coupled with starvation rations quickly undermined the health of the Jews in the ghettos, these warnings became a self-fulfilling prophecy, as typhus and other infectious diseases ravaged ghetto populations. Subsequent Nazi propaganda utilized these man-made epidemics to justify isolating the “filthy” Jews from the larger population.”
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    ”A Propaganda Hoax” ”More than 30,000 more prisoners died in Theresienstadt itself, mostly from disease or starvation.”
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    https://nationalinterest.org/feature/the-roots-hitlers-hate-25411
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    ”crime, murderous attacks on women and children, lack of patriotism and subversion of the nation. This kind of pornographic and biological anti-Semitism certainly fostered a climate of hatred and revulsion in which mass murder was a possibility. It was central to the murders of the mentally ill and physically handicapped, and to barbaric “medical experiments” undertaken by Nazi physicians. It played an important role in the development of techniques of mass gassing and lent the prestige of science to inhumanity, and in so doing contributed to a climate of opinion in which a genocide could take place. Yet arguments resting on racial biology were not the decisive ones made by Hitler when he launched and implemented the Holocaust, nor those made by other Nazi leaders, notably Joseph Goebbels, in justifying the ongoing extermination.”
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_crimes_of_the_Wehrmacht
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    ”a number of orders were devised by the Wehrmacht leadership. The orders contravened international law and established codes of conduct and became known collectively as ”Criminal Orders”. The orders were a declaration of war against the civilian population.”
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    ”the psychological war laboratory of the War Ministry submitted a study about how best to undermine”
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    ”rise up and kill all of the”
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbarossa_decree
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    ”the organised action of the military” ”If you have not managed to identify and punish the perpetrators of anti-German acts, you are allowed to apply the principle of collective responsibility. ’Collective measures’ against residents of the area where the attack occurred can then be applied after approval by the battalion commander or higher level of command”
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_crimes_of_the_Wehrmacht
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    ”The background behind the Barbarossa Decree was laid out by Hitler during a high-level meeting with military officials”
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    The order specified: ””The partisans are to be ruthlessly eliminated in battle or during attempts to escape”, and all attacks by the civilian population against Wehrmacht soldiers are to be ”suppressed by the army”
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    http://users.clas.ufl.edu/ggiles/barbaros.html
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    ”all other attacks by enemy civilians against the Wehrmacht, its members and retinue are to be repelled on the spot by the most extreme measures up to the destruction of the attacker”
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    https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/ministry-of-propaganda-and-public-enlightenment
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    ”Ministry of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment” “will be placed in my hands.” ”Control of Film, Radio, Theater, and the Press”
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    ”Editors and journalists were expected to follow the mandates and instructions handed down by the ministry and had to be registered with the Reich Press Chamber to work in this field.”
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    ”The Propaganda Ministry aimed further to control the content of news and editorial pages through directives distributed in daily conferences” ”Detailed guidelines stated what stories could or could not be reported and how to report the news.”
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    ”Journalists or editors who failed to follow these instructions could be fired or sent to a concentration camp. Reflecting in his diary on the press’s loss of independence, Goebbels, a one-time journalist, wrote: “Any man who still has a residue of honor will be very careful not to become a journalist.””
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    ”the Nazi regime destroyed the country’s free press. It shut down hundreds of opposition newspapers”
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    https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/nazi-propaganda-and-censorship
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    ”Glorifying Adolf Hitler by using his image on postcards, posters, and in the press;” ”Banning Germans from Listening to Foreign Radio” ”This is an attempt to control what information Germans hear about the war. The Nazi regime sees news and information from outside Germany as a security threat. They are worried about foreign radio broadcasts, which some Germans can access on their home radios. Later in the war, the regime even sentences people to death for listening to foreign radio stations.”
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    https://annefrank.freetls.fastly.net/media/filer_public_thumbnails/filer_public/69/1d/691d5489-add7-4b23-80fe-c63bdedd0107/doutielt1.jpg__2160x1296_q85_crop_subsampling-2_upscale.jpg
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    ”Picture of a burning of Jews (around 1353). Jews are blamed for the plague epidemic in Europe and accused of poisoning the wells.”
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    https://www.annefrank.org/en/anne-frank/go-in-depth/germany-1933-democracy-dictatorship/
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    ”How did the Nazi party come to power” ”Millions of Germans lost their jobs. The country was in a political crisis as well. Cabinets were falling, and new elections were held all the time. It seemed impossible to form a majority government.”
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    ”the Nazi leaders were young, quite unlike the greying politicians of the established parties. In addition, Hitler’s image as a strong leader appealed to people. He was all set to unite the population and put an end to political discord.”
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    ”They also attracted many people who had never voted before.” ”to use Hitler for their own agenda”
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    ”had been arrested. In order to house all these political prisoners, the first concentration camps were opened. The circumstances in the camps were atrocious. People were ill-treated, tortured, and sometimes killed.”
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    ”prisoners outside the gates, where they shot them dead. The guards then claimed that the victims had tried to escape.”
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    ”The main item on the agenda was a new law, the ’Enabling Act’. It allowed Hitler to enact new laws without interference from the president or Reichstag for a period of four years.” ”Books written by Jewish, left-wing, or pacifist writers were burned.”
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    https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/the-enabling-act
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    ”The Enabling Act allowed the Reich government to issue laws without the consent of Germany’s parliament, laying the foundation for the complete Nazification of German society. The law was passed on March 23, 1933, and published the following day. Its full name was the “Law to Remedy the Distress of the People and the Reich.””

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