Politics German ban on anti-nazi signs

I watched a programme last night that claimed the next big crisis facing humanity will not be oil but water. By 2025 1 third of the worlds population will be living in countries with insufficient fresh water supplies to support them. That would suggest a future of large scale migration, and Europe will certainly have to take its share, if our Governments don't plan for the future now then quiet possibly small scale neo Nazi groups of today will reap the reward of general unrest later.

That's right. Most of the populations affected will be those in arid, underdeveloped and overpopulated regions, that is to say most of Africa and probably also the Middle East and parts of India. Possibly Mexico as well. Over one third of the world population lives in those regions.
 
I share the Starship’s opinions. The great climate change and the poverty will provoke large scales migration. The pressure over the borders could encourage population to adopt a xenophobic behaviour against the migrants already in Europe.
 
I know the Spanish Government has requested more boats from their EU partners to patrol off the Canary islands, I believe some Governments were considering setting up points of first contact in African countries where asylum seekers would have their applications processed before they set foot on EU territory and came under EU laws. I have also read where the Austrian Government is unhappy with the Polish rather porous borders.

I have watched programmes and read articles about migrants and the one thing that constantly comes through is their sheer determination to make it to Europe as they have nothing to go back to. When these people are caught and deported to the last country they traveled through to get into the EU they inevitably retry another route in.

Is there any EU think thank focusing on the challenges facing the whole community with regard to migration or is it simply being left to individual countries.
 
In Slavic Paganism, various forms of Swastika also existed - the most common one was Kolovrat:

http://www.slavorum.org/history-and-meaning-of-slavic-swastika-kolovrat/


Here a modified Russian motorcycle with Slavonic Kolovrats instead of standard wheels: :)

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''German ban on anti-nazi signs''


Very interesting topic,Recently Germany has also given a rose on the personal book of hitler,''mein kampf'',perhaps merkel wants to resurrect the great national socialism empire? :unsure::LOL:

http://time.com/4235028/mein-kampf-best-seller-hitler/

Or is the hatred that have begun to feel the Germans toward immigrants, it seems that the Germans have already missed to hate, for the last 70 years the Germans have never hated anyone from heart,a real hate,like the hate of the Jews and Russians in world war II :grin:
 
''German ban on anti-nazi signs''


Very interesting topic,Recently Germany has also given a rose on the personal book of hitler,''mein kampf'',perhaps merkel wants to resurrect the great national socialism empire? :unsure::LOL:

http://time.com/4235028/mein-kampf-best-seller-hitler/

Or is the hatred that have begun to feel the Germans toward immigrants, it seems that the Germans have already missed to hate, for the last 70 years the Germans have never hated anyone from heart,a real hate,like the hate of the Jews and Russians in world war II :grin:

Mein Kampf was never forbidden by law in Germany, but the copyright was in hands of a government who didn't allow distribution.
Now copyright has expired.
If you want to forbid Mein Kampf you should also forbid the Bible and the Quran, there are more violence and hatred in there then in Mein Kampf.
 

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