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About as sympathetic as the London Times would be: conservative, but without appreciation for any extremist views.
However, besides the SÃ¼ddeutsche Zeitung the FAZ is leading among Germany's quality newspaper in providing a forum for individuals (such as Ernst Nolte) who have come under fire for promoting theories that are seen by some as expressing nationalist and revisionist theories and are in this function frequently featured in neo-fascist publications.
Shade2 wrote: Really ? I don't recall Germany ever paying 540 billion Euro of war reperations.
And Europe would be much better of if Germany and its Axis allies like Hungary wouldn't ravage it in WW2.
European economy goes around thanks to USA, not Germany.
Germany is full of arrogant nationalism, the belief that they are better then the rest of the world.
Funny how you ignore people's posts when you back yourself into an argument you can't win.
But that's right, run away.
However, you rather seem to be full of arrogant nationalism
Or something smells like inferiority complex here? Confused
Most probably it's archaic bias and/or hatred. Roll eyes
As to rest-find another victim, I am not interested in flaming with you.
Hungary feels much better about potential German leadership, knowing and historically prospering from it.
Funny how you didn't read your own link:
In recent times, the FAZ has tended more towards the center-right, becoming the foremost forum for promoting a more confident German patriotism, and at times arguing against critics of the 2003 Invasion of Iraq.
Nolteâ€™s critics have frequently charged him with having neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic sympathies. Nolte has always vehemently denied these charges, and has insisted that he is a neo-liberal in his politics.
Funny how you forgot to quote the next sentence:
Nolte has always vehemently denied these charges, and has insisted that he is a neo-liberal in his politics.
We lost two wars on Germany's side, which can hardly mean prosperity.
However, Germans can organize and work pretty well, so some German leadership can mean some good for Europe.
In this specific example the German Verheugen is right: we should rethink the structure of the EC.
Shade2 wrote:Beren wrote: In this specific example the German Verheugen is right: we should rethink the structure of the EC.
I am not surprised at the acceptence of German hegomony from former Axis members.
It's all history already, man! Peace man
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