German President Urged to Resign over Threats to Newspaper Editor

January 4, 2012

(Libra Bunda) THE GUARDIAN: Christian Wulff under pressure over warning to Bild editor about ‘judicial consequences’ of printing story about his finances
Germany’s president, Christian Wulff, is facing growing pressure to stand down following damaging revelations that he tried to browbeat the editor of the country’s top tabloid to kill an unflattering story about him.
Germany’s press were united in their condemnation of Wulff after it emerged on Monday that he had threatened the editor of Bild, Kai Diekmann.
In a furious voicemail message, Wulff told Diekmann there would be “war” unless he spiked an article on the president’s personal finances.
Wulff, a key ally of Angela Merkel, the chancellor, and a Christian Democrat like her, accepted a large private loan from the wife of a wealthy businessman.
Although the arrangement was made before Wulff became president in 2010, it has fuelled claims that he lacks the personal judgment needed for the job.
In December Bild discovered that Wulff had taken a €500,000 (£420,000) loan from the wife of a close friend, Egon Geerkens, at an interest rate of 4% – 1% below the usual bank rate.
After discovering Bild was about to publish, Wulff tried unsuccessfully to reach Diekmann, who was away on a trip. He then left him a long, haranguing message, threatening “judicial consequences” and a “definitive breach” in relations with Bild‘s publishing group, Axel Springer. Two days later Wulff phoned back from a tour in the Gulf to apologise. Wulff, who took over the largely ceremonial role in June 2010, faced further embarrassing questions about his behaviour when another Springer newspaper, the Welt am Sonntag, revealed he had summoned one of its veteran reporters to a dressing down at his presidential residence. Wulff had taken umbrage at a forthcoming interview with his little-known half-sister.
The influential FT Deutschland newspaper called on Wulff to resign. The Süddeutsche newspaper described his dealings with the media as “naive and brazen”, observing coldly: “The office is obviously too big for Wulff.” »

sounds like the plot to “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”


Germany’s new Interior Minister: Islam does not belong in Germany

March 6, 2011

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Hans-Peter Friedrich’s comment comes in context of probe into killing of two U.S. airmen at Frankfurt Airport believed to be motivated by radical Islamist beliefs.

(Haaretz) Just three days into the job, Germany’s new interior minister is already causing his government a headache after wading into a highly delicate debate about multiculturalism and claiming Islam was not a key part of the German way of life. “Islam in Germany is not something supported by history at any point,” Hans-Peter Friedrich told journalists on his first day as Thomas de Maiziere’s replacement on Thursday.
Friedrich was speaking in the context of a probe by German authorities into last Wednesday’s killing of two U.S. airmen at Frankfurt Airport, in which it is believed the 21-year-old Kosovan suspect Arid Uka was a lone operator motivated by radical Islamist beliefs. His comments were a play on words, turning on its head an earlier remark made several months ago by German President Christian Wulff, who said Islam now “belongs to Germany” because of the 4 million Muslims who live there.
Friedrich’s foray into the subject of immigrant religion and multiculturalism is in tune with comments made by other European leaders recently. British Prime Minister David Cameron said last month that multiculturalism has failed in Britain and left young Muslims vulnerable to radicalization, arguing for a more active policy to heal divisions and promote Western values.
Germany is home to Western Europe’s second-biggest Islamic population after France. The single biggest minority is Turkish. In contrast to the situation in Britain or France, where simmering racial tensions sometimes explode into violence, German Muslims live relatively peacefully alongside mainstream society, but a lack of integration has long posed a problem.
Opposition member Dieter Wiefelsputz of the Social Democratic Party referred to Friedrich’s comments as “rubbish,” saying that the minister began his term with “poor judgment.”

BINGO! It doesn’t belong anywhere but in role play in back street fetish clubs. Here is Rihanna just because… I think it is healthier then this sicko Islam shit.