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mikenov on Twitter: NewsLynx℠ – NewsLynx.net Trump Emerges as Inspiration for Germany’s Far Right Germany’s Far Right – Google Search google.com/search?q=Germa…

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mikenov on Twitter: 3:37 PM 10/3/2020 – Tweets by @mikenov: Germany’s Far Right Reunified, Too, Making It Much Stronger – The New York Times – NewsLynx.net thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com/2020/10/337-pm…

3:37 PM 10/3/2020 – Tweets by @mikenov: Germany’s Far Right Reunified, Too, Making It Much Stronger – The New York Times – NewsLynx.net thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com/2020/10/337-pm…


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3:37 PM 10/3/2020 – Tweets 

  1. LIVE SOON: Trump’s doctor gives health update at Walter Reed hospital https://youtu.be/hG-Q0AqFDGY  via @YouTube

  2. Сергей Есенин – монах, безбожник и поника. Доброе утро. Суббота. Фрагмен… https://youtu.be/PIFbXISIlgA  via @YouTube

  3. Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Azerbaijan president blames Armenia https://youtu.be/P2NlIPcyWU4  via @YouTube

  4. Azerbaijan launches major new offensive in Nagorno-Karabakh, say Armenians https://youtu.be/lCWRmfu6YGQ  via @YouTube

  5.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    On this day in 1993, two U.S. Army Blackhawk helicopters are shot down over Mogadishu, Somalia. 18 Americans are killed and 73 are wounded during the fight to recover the crews. As many as 500 Somalis perish in the battle.

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  6. 6:54 AM 10/3/2020 – The FBI-KGB News Review: It became known about the reshuffle in the leadership of the FSB | Fox News: FBI Is New KGB https://fbinewsreview.blogspot.com/2020/10/654-am-1032020-fbi-kgb-news-review-it.html 

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  7.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The first lady, 50, was pictured wearing masks earlier, even after the president dismissed them, and she has tweeted about the importance of wearing them and other protective guidelines.

    But both of them have also appeared in public maskless. https://bit.ly/33onI0M 

  8.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    “It can go either way,” said Hadi Halazun, a cardiologist from Southampton. “It can make him a hero. It can rally his base. If he gets quite sick and recovers, I think people will rally behind him.” https://nwsdy.li/3lak1C4 

  9.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Analysis: Here’s what happens to the election if Trump can’t perform his duties https://wapo.st/3cTbOz1

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Michael Novakhov – SharedNewsLinks℠: Germany’s Far Right Reunified, Too, Making It Much Stronger


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Far-right terrorists killed a regional politician on his front porch near the central city of Kassel, attacked a synagogue in the eastern city of Halle and shot dead nine people of immigrant descent in the western city of Hanau.

This summer, the government took the drastic step of disbanding an entire military company in the special forces after explosives, a machine gun and SS paraphernalia were found on the property of a sergeant major in the eastern state of Saxony. A disproportionate number — about half — of those suspected of far-right extremism inside that unit, the KSK, were from the former East, its commander said.

Nationalism and xenophobia are more ingrained in the former East, where the murderous history of World War II was never confronted as deeply on a societal level as it was in the former West. The AfD’s vote share is twice as high in the eastern states, where the number of far-right hate crimes is higher than in western ones.

Officially, there were no Nazis in old East Germany. The regime defined itself in the tradition of communists who had resisted fascism, giving rise to a state doctrine of remembrance that effectively exculpated it from wartime atrocities. Far-right mobs who beat up foreign workers from fellow socialist states like Cuba or Angola were classified as “rowdies” led astray by western propaganda.

But a potent neo-Nazi movement was growing underground. In 1987, Bernd Wagner, a young police officer in East Berlin, estimated that there were 15,000 “homegrown” violent neo-Nazis, of whom 1,000 were repeat offenders. His report was swiftly locked away.

Two years later, as tens of thousands took to the streets in anti-communist protests that eventually brought down the regime, the pro-democracy activists were not the only marchers.

“The skinheads were marching, too,” Mr. Wagner recalled.

The battle cry of those anti-communist protests — “We are the people” — later became the battle cry for the far right at anti-Muslim Pegida marches during the 2015 refugee crisis, far-right riots in Chemnitz in 2018, and again at the current anti-coronavirus protests.

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Michael_Novakhov
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Far-right terrorists killed a regional politician on his front porch near the central city of Kassel, attacked a synagogue in the eastern city of Halle and shot dead nine people of immigrant descent in the western city of Hanau.

This summer, the government took the drastic step of disbanding an entire military company in the special forces after explosives, a machine gun and SS paraphernalia were found on the property of a sergeant major in the eastern state of Saxony. A disproportionate number — about half — of those suspected of far-right extremism inside that unit, the KSK, were from the former East, its commander said.

Nationalism and xenophobia are more ingrained in the former East, where the murderous history of World War II was never confronted as deeply on a societal level as it was in the former West. The AfD’s vote share is twice as high in the eastern states, where the number of far-right hate crimes is higher than in western ones.

Officially, there were no Nazis in old East Germany. The regime defined itself in the tradition of communists who had resisted fascism, giving rise to a state doctrine of remembrance that effectively exculpated it from wartime atrocities. Far-right mobs who beat up foreign workers from fellow socialist states like Cuba or Angola were classified as “rowdies” led astray by western propaganda.

But a potent neo-Nazi movement was growing underground. In 1987, Bernd Wagner, a young police officer in East Berlin, estimated that there were 15,000 “homegrown” violent neo-Nazis, of whom 1,000 were repeat offenders. His report was swiftly locked away.

Two years later, as tens of thousands took to the streets in anti-communist protests that eventually brought down the regime, the pro-democracy activists were not the only marchers.

“The skinheads were marching, too,” Mr. Wagner recalled.

The battle cry of those anti-communist protests — “We are the people” — later became the battle cry for the far right at anti-Muslim Pegida marches during the 2015 refugee crisis, far-right riots in Chemnitz in 2018, and again at the current anti-coronavirus protests.

Michael Novakhov – SharedNewsLinks℠

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Saved Stories – None: Germany’s Far Right Reunified, Too, Making It Much Stronger

Far-right terrorists killed a regional politician on his front porch near the central city of Kassel, attacked a synagogue in the eastern city of Halle and shot dead nine people of immigrant descent in the western city of Hanau.

This summer, the government took the drastic step of disbanding an entire military company in the special forces after explosives, a machine gun and SS paraphernalia were found on the property of a sergeant major in the eastern state of Saxony. A disproportionate number — about half — of those suspected of far-right extremism inside that unit, the KSK, were from the former East, its commander said.

Nationalism and xenophobia are more ingrained in the former East, where the murderous history of World War II was never confronted as deeply on a societal level as it was in the former West. The AfD’s vote share is twice as high in the eastern states, where the number of far-right hate crimes is higher than in western ones.

Officially, there were no Nazis in old East Germany. The regime defined itself in the tradition of communists who had resisted fascism, giving rise to a state doctrine of remembrance that effectively exculpated it from wartime atrocities. Far-right mobs who beat up foreign workers from fellow socialist states like Cuba or Angola were classified as “rowdies” led astray by western propaganda.

But a potent neo-Nazi movement was growing underground. In 1987, Bernd Wagner, a young police officer in East Berlin, estimated that there were 15,000 “homegrown” violent neo-Nazis, of whom 1,000 were repeat offenders. His report was swiftly locked away.

Two years later, as tens of thousands took to the streets in anti-communist protests that eventually brought down the regime, the pro-democracy activists were not the only marchers.

“The skinheads were marching, too,” Mr. Wagner recalled.

The battle cry of those anti-communist protests — “We are the people” — later became the battle cry for the far right at anti-Muslim Pegida marches during the 2015 refugee crisis, far-right riots in Chemnitz in 2018, and again at the current anti-coronavirus protests.

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mikenov on Twitter: Germany’s Far Right Reunified, Too, Making It Much Stronger – The New York Times newslynx.net/cbmivgh0dhbzoi…

Germany’s Far Right Reunified, Too, Making It Much Stronger – The New York Times newslynx.net/cbmivgh0dhbzoi…


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Saved Stories – None: “cia” – Google News: Ex-CIA station chief: ‘Critically important’ for Pentagon to deter adversaries amid Trump’s COVID diagnosis – Fox News

Ex-CIA station chief: ‘Critically important’ for Pentagon to deter adversaries amid Trump’s COVID diagnosis  Fox News

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Saved Stories – None: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): “trump russian candidate” – Google News: Ardern, Navalny, WHO – but not Trump. A diverse list of contenders for the Nobel Peace Prize – CNN

Ardern, Navalny, WHO – but not Trump. A diverse list of contenders for the Nobel Peace Prize  CNN

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