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Germany immigration infowar


Aydan Özoğuz, a Turk, is a senior member of German’s Social Democrats in the Bundestag. In this article, she claims there is no German culture: “a specifically German culture is simply not identifiable, beyond the language.” She also claims diversity is “the strength of our nation as an open society”. Apart from parroting Soros-like slogans, these claims are laughable. A clear comparison is available between Turks and Germans in Germany in terms of education, attitudes, social structures, ability to speak German (even after three generations in the country in the case of Turks).

Tages Spiegel:

“What is the meaning of social cohesion? What changes our society? What can be asked by whom when it comes to cultural integration and social cohesion? The 28 representatives of the Initiative for Cultural Integration have discussed these issues on a monthly basis 15 theses publicly, an ideologically loaded concept of struggle will not be found in the leading culture, and this is an act of liberation.

Germany is diverse and that is too complicated for some. In the course of the seasons, a leading culture is therefore called for, which should provide for order and orientation. But as soon as this leading culture is filled, the debate slips into the ridiculous and the absurd, the proposals degenerate into the cliché of being German. No wonder, because a specifically German culture is simply not identifiable, beyond the language. Already historically, regional cultures have more, immigration and diversity have shaped our history. Globalization and pluralisation of living worlds lead to a further multiplication of diversity.

This cultural diversity is also exhausting, but it is the strength of our nation as an open society. The conjuring up of a leading culture, on the other hand, does not create common ground but borders on it. It pours oil into the fire to warm itself.


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Berlin - capital of Germany - is in the middle of the map below.

63.8° N
9.1° W
35.9° E
41.3° N


Berlin, Germany

Germany (DE) is estimated to have a population of 82.2 million with a growth rate during 2010-2015 of 0.1% pa.
At the same rate of change, in five years' time its population will increase by 0.4 million.
However, the rate has been much higher since 2015 when two million immigrants entered Germany (1.14 million net).