Was das NRW-Innenministerium unter Linksextremismus versteht

Julia Seel­iger hat sich mal den vom Innen­min­is­teri­um in NRW her­aus­gegebe­nen Com­ic Andi zum The­ma Link­sex­trem­is­mus angeschaut und wun­dert sich doch sehr über die Ansicht­en, die dort ver­bre­it­et wer­den:

Im Zen­trum ihrer Ide­olo­gie ste­ht die Bekämp­fung des Staates und des Kap­i­tal­is­mus, in dem sie die eigentliche Ursache oder Wurzel des Faschis­mus sehen. In diesem Sinne beteili­gen sie sich oft an Demon­stra­tio­nen gegen Recht­sex­trem­is­ten oder ver­anstal­ten diese selb­st: nicht, um die beste­hende demokratis­che Ord­nung zu stärken, son­dern um zu beweisen, dass ihre Ideen bess­er als die jet­zige Staats- und Wirtschafts­form sind.

Da waren ja mal wieder ganz Kreative am Werk.


The phone sex queen

Do you know Chris Crock­er? I think many of you do, because his YouTube video was seen by mil­lions of peo­ple. To all of you who haven’t, the video on his break­down due to Brit­ney Spears’ trou­ble is one of the must see videos recent­ly. It pro­voked many imi­ta­tions where­of I think the one made by Seth Green ist the fun­ni­est.
So when I saw some­one new on twit­ter last week called Chrishas­boobs that claimed to be Chris Crock­er, I thought the chances that this is a fake, not a bad one, but a fake, were quite high. But as Chris Crock­er links this account from myspace, this is obvi­ous­ly no fake.
The thing about Chris Crock­er is it would be wrong to take one of his tweets and to point out that this sin­gle tweet is tmi, the whole guy is tmi. And the tweets and videos are his media just to let that out. He would say that him­self of course. He’d say that’s only the way to express his feel­ings. But to use Youtube and twit­ter for that pur­pose is a chal­lange to all watch­ers and read­ers.
So are you ready? Are you will­ing to try?
So he’s one of the guys that start phone sex at the age of fif­teen. I don’t know how far you’d like to go in pic­tur­ing the last call he did. But if you fol­low him you’ll get deep­er infor­ma­tion about that. Just think for a sec­ond how dif­fi­cult it is right know to switch to the thought about how these chil­dren get so far.
Who he was talk­ing to on the phone? I absolute­ly don’t know.