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Old 12-12-2011, 09:12 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by bjornyvan View Post
It sounds good because I know Sweden very well and Sweden's down the toilet due to the hordes of barbarians who have been exported there the last two decades.

Welcome to multicultural paradise.

15 year old Swedish boy murdered by a gang of blacks much bigger and older than himself. They beat and kicked him half to death and then slashed his throat:

So you can say ... those naughty Nazis have something to be angry about.
Looks like you are ignoring the Info once again... just what suits your warped mind

German police have arrested another suspected supporter of the neo-Nazi terror cell which was allegedly responsible for a string of murders across Germany...All Snow flakes.

The man was detained in the Erzgebirg district of Saxony on suspicion of providing apartments for the three founding members of the National Socialist Underground (NSU), believed to be responsible for the murders of at least 10 people between 2000 and 2007...

Meanwhile, new links between the NSU and the far right National Democratic party of Germany (NPD) continue to emerge. Focus magazine reported on Sunday that the NPD lawyer Hans Günter Eisenecker represented Zschäpe in 1999 after pipe bombs and explosives were found in the garage of the trio.

As its deputy national chairman, Eisenecker represented the NPD in the constitutional court the last time the German government tried to ban it, in 2003. The revelation comes after another former NPD official, Ralf Wohlleben, was detained in November on suspicion of helping the terror cell obtain guns and bullets in 2001 or 2002, which would make him an accessory to six murders.

Calls by the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, and the federal government to ban the NPD – which holds seats in several German state parliaments – might be realised at last if connections between the party and the NSU can be established.

But the attempt could be frustrated again after the weekly news magazine Der Spiegel reported that 130 undercover agents were still active in the NPD. An attempt to ban the NPD in 2003 failed after it was revealed that a large web of informers might have manipulated NPD activities for the benefit of prosecutors.

Watch out he's got a suntan...Uwe Mundlos and Beate Zschaepe, members of the far-right National Socialist Underground. Prosecutors claim the suspect helped them avoid detection.

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