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    • kraut
    • 28.09.07 | 10:09 (IST)

    It is a differnt to feel German and to feel Deutsch. I don't feel Deutsch because Deutsch is a culture made by the churches in the middle age. German used by the nazis from guys where anything but not germans. German tribes and there culture where a culture of tolernanz and freedom. Although the Franken Karl der Große and his sons and grandsons (HeinrichII) allowed the jews live in germany (Worms where Rashi worked). The maried womens from Byzanz (Interculture) aso. The first jewish progromms where made by french cruzifiers in Mainz and Worms in the 12 century. And the nazis culture where a culture of the middle age. The had the roots in the cruzifiers culture. The problem today for me is the question, what way the deutschen wants to go. A middle age way or a way by the roots of the german culture of freedom and tolerance. I prefer the second.

    from the article: A community of German Jewish outsiders
    First published 00:00 25.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.09.07
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