The Stasi Goes to Kindergarten
Posted on December 11, 2018 by Baron Bodissey
Anetta Kahane is a former Stasi operative who founded the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, which acts as an extra-governmental watchdog monitoring the ideological conformity of organizations and individual citizens in Germany.
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation has produced a brochure designed to help educators detect right-wing heresy among parents based on the appearance and habits of the children in their charge (see last Friday’s GoV post “Braids Will Tell”).
The following video features an interview with Heinz Buschkowsky, whom long-time readers will remember from years ago, when he was the politically incorrect mayor of the Neukölln district of Berlin, one of the most culturally enriched neighborhoods in the country. Mr. Buschkowsky obviously hasn’t attended any mandatory re-education sessions since he left office.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Stasi Alive & Well
Some believe that West Germany absorbed East Germany to form the united nation Germans have today. Actually, it may have worked the other way around, to judge by the Stasi tactics used to impose leftist ideology.
Readers may recall the new booklet that helps daycare workers identify children whose parents might be thought criminals on the basis of warning signs such as little girls wearing traditional braids. The foreword was written by former East German Franziska Giffey, who is current Federal Minister of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women, and Youth. The booklet itself is a product of the explicitly leftist Amadeu Antonio Foundation, whose chairmoonbat Anetta Kahane was literally employed as a Stasi spy. Taxpayer money funds this stuff.
In other news from GoV: