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Burning questions

3 April, 2010 (13:41) | economy, homeland security | By: Aerar

(German version published on 8 January, 2010) Arson attacks on cars (link no longer found) especially in Berlin and Hamburg are not just a new fun sport of the autonomous scene but have a background as a fight against gentrification (German) in this towns. Therefore most of the attacks take place in quarters which are […]

Germans are in favour of body scanners

2 April, 2010 (17:01) | homeland security | By: Aerar

(German version published on 6 January, 2010) According to a poll by Forsa Germans are in favour of the usage of body scanners at airports. More than 60% think the new control measure would be helpful. (German) This was just reported at Focus online. My god, sometimes I am ashamed of my fellow countrymen therefor […]

Terror works for sure

30 March, 2010 (14:33) | homeland security | By: Aerar

(German version published on 31 December, 2009) I still believe that the main impact of (attempted) terror strikes is the panic reaction of the western world which punishes itself with self selected cuts of freedom, isolation due to hatred of foreigners and waste of money and quality of live. Even the possibly most powerful man […]

Save your Freedom

15 September, 2009 (13:55) | homeland security, law & order | By: Aerar

After the already published yideo short film“Du bist Terrorist” (= “You are a terrorist (german)) there is another clip now against surveillance done by the government with the title “Rette Deine Freiheit” (= “Save your Freedom (german)). Both videos show in a simple but haunting way the (possible) consequences of planned and already existing measures […]

Anticonstitutional ?

12 March, 2009 (01:28) | homeland security, law & order | By: Aerar

Within an interview with the “Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung” (german) he German Interior Minister Wolfgang Schäuble critisizes the work of the Federal Constitutional Court and in my eyes puts into question the general role of the Court: (the following quotes are translated by the author – please read the original source if you are capable of […]

The Tauss incident

6 March, 2009 (16:40) | homeland security, law & order, media, particulars | By: Aerar

Yesterday it came out that the Public Attorney’s Office in Karlsruhe has started an investigation against the SPD member of the Bundestag Jörg Tauss caused by the suspicion of owing pornographic material showing children. Here are some news topics: Kinderpornoverdacht gegen SPD-Abgeordneten Jörg Tauss (german) Büros des SPD-Abgeordneten Tauss durchsucht (german) Kinderporno-Fund bringt SPD-Politiker in […]


3 February, 2009 (23:13) | homeland security | By: Aerar

As it seems, once again a severe theme has been misused (german) in an act of good faith but without expertise to act rashly and uselessly. Or is there more behind it? In best case the Union parties just try to build a leverage for the coalition negotions in a coming coalition with the FDP. […]

At the regulars’ table

19 November, 2008 (01:33) | homeland security, political trade | By: Aerar

Hello Hans-Peter Uhl (CSU), as you seem to be well informed about the life at the regulars’ table (link no longer found), you might consider to go a little burping there? This would bring you to the comfortable situation not having to talk with those people who are not too much interested in your verbal […]

Dear Jusos in Sachsen,

17 November, 2008 (23:32) | federal states, homeland security, political trade | By: Aerar

now you decided to stop the controversial BKA-law. You did so in times nobody within the SPD seemed to be interested in data privacy or surveillance society. Well, we have a financial crisis and there will be elections soon, so it is hard to care about civil rights. But you are different. Respect! But why […]

Superflous Checking

19 September, 2008 (12:35) | homeland security | By: Aerar

You can still observe despaired people in the lines to the security checks at the airport who are trying to drink up their bottles of mineral water or limonade, which by security reasons is not allowed to be taken aboard. Other liquids such as drugs are fortunally not depleted but they have to end up […]