The headline at Gates of Vienna, "The Stasi Goes to Kindergarten," tends toward the nuanced and ironic, but them's the facts. A foundation partly funded by Soros's Open Society Foundation and led by Annette Kahane, former Stasi spy, has produced an abominable teacher's guide to spying on kindergartners to identify the children who come from traditional German homes. Worse, this Stasi kiddie guide opens with a endorsement from a German government minister, who, it should be observed, like Angela Merkel, grew up in Communist East Germany.
Have enough pieces finally come together so it becomes clear we are watching the 21st-century version of the Comintern make war on nation-state patriots throughout the Western world?
Back in 2015, there was a story going around that Kahane was to be Merkel's Facebook censor. I don't know what happened with that -- seems like a waste of "talent" on such E-Z-P.C. -- but an interview with Kahane I came across at the time is worth reviewing for the clarity of her agenda of Western destruction.
She said in 2010:
Immigration is the future. You cannot work and live in a globalized world, in the middle of the world, in Europe, without immigration and moving populations. So you have to really make a good policy of immigration all over Europe. And we see that the history of Europe, with its long history of nationalism and small countries, is now getting into a crisis, so ... we need a long time to make it better, but you have to [enforce?] this.
You have to really change the policy of immigration inside Europe.
This is very important, you have to adapt the educational system and adapt all the self understanding of the states.
They are not anymore only white or only Swedish or only Portuguese or only German.
They are multicultural places in the world.
Don't look now but this is exactly the agenda of Western destruction set forth by the "non-binding" but totaliarian UN global migration pact recently signed in Marrakesh by some 160 countries (I cannot find the list). Thankfully, the United States, Austria, Australia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland (and, I hope, others) did not sign -- although it is sure bet that UN Secretary General, former prime minister of Portugal Antonio Gutteres, a Socialist, believes it is just a matter of time. Gutteres, by the way, was president of the Socialist International for 10 years before becoming UN High Comissioner for Refugees and then Secretary General. It seems, in the end, uniting the workers of the world really was a non-starter; however, coalescing the migrants of the Third World in "non-binding" global pact is the future of the revolution
Come to think of it, Marcuse-trained Communist Angela Davis, a 1979 Lenin Peace Prize Winner after all, says so, too. "The refugee movement," she said in Berlin, "is The Movement of the 21st century."
If you watch the Kahane link to the RT interview, note that Kahane is identified as a "Jewish activist," not a former Stasi agent -- as though her aims were somehow religious, not Marxist.
Finally, here's Gates of Vienna's intoduction to the Stasi/kindergartner video above.
As we mentioned last week, Anetta Kahane is a former Stasi operative who founded the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, which acts as an extra-governmental watchdog monitoring the ideological conformity of organizations and individual citizens in Germany.
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation has produced a brochure designed to help educators detect right-wing heresy among parents based on the appearance and habits of the children in their charge (see last Friday’s post “Braids Will Tell”).
The following video [above] features an interview with Heinz Buschkowsky, whom long-time readers will remember from years ago, when he was the politically incorrect mayor of the Neukölln district of Berlin, one of the most culturally enriched neighborhoods in the country. Mr. Buschkowsky obviously hasn’t attended any mandatory re-education sessions since he left office.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.