Der Stürmer greek-style

Anti-German emotions are rising after yesterdays extra demands on the Greek political parties’ commitmment to the Memorandum No2 measures and Schauble’s comments. Here’s (just) three example of today’s Greek newspapers.

Dimokratia (16/02/2012)

Headline: Gas chamber

Eleftheros Tipos (16/02/2012)

Headline: Schauble’s junta

Ta Nea (16/02/2012)

Headline: What the Germans want

Der Stürmer (literally, “The Stormer;” or more accurately, “The Attacker”) was a weekly tabloid-format Nazi newspaper published by Julius Streicher from 1923 to the end of World War II in 1945. It was a significant part of the Nazi propaganda machinery and was vehemently anti-Semitic. It often ran obscene and tasteless materials such as anti-Semitic caricatures and propaganda-like accusations of blood libel, pornography, anti-Catholic, anti-capitalist and anti-“reactionary” propaganda too.

One response to “Der Stürmer greek-style

  1. This anti-Deutsch hatred is not a result of modern day policies of Deutschland. Deutschland is still a occupied country & does what it is told. This hatred is a result of racism that has been stoked since the war of 1871 when Deutschland beat France & became a threat to the “Empire where the sun never sets”. Before this time France was the arch enemy. The “Empire” has always maintained it’s Empire by destroying it’s opposition by using the old policies of divide & conquer. Instead of the Greeks unleashing their wrath on Deutschland they should channel their energy away from the puppets to the puppet masters if they want to be free of being Debt Slaves.

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