Friday, December 5, 2014


Today, it's the Bobdo for Thuringia. Tomorrow, the world?
In the year of the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Wall, conservative politicians in particular are disgusted that the children of East Germany's 1989 peaceful revolutionaries are now to be ruled, of all people, by the heirs of the SED. They wonder how much of the SED is left in [Bobdo] Ramelow's Left party.
Take lawmaker Frank Kuschel, an informer for East Germany's Stasi secret police, said to "charge people unconditionally." Or take Ina Leukefeld, a police officer who informed the Stasi about fellow countrymen wishing to leave East Germany. She and others are the Left party's legacy, and 25 years after the collapse of the East German regime, they still stir up bad blood.
The SED is the party that ruled--under Russian hegemony--the former East Germany. This Party;

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