EUnuchistan descends further and further into dhimmitude and insanity.

Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, is now finding herself in hot water, well probably not all that hot since the plaintiff is certifiably insane but still, because she had the nerve to suggest that she was glad that a mass-murdering monster was dead:

Schadenfreude, the enjoyment of others’ suffering, may be a famously German concept, but it is apparently not a feeling that many Germans aspire to. The political and public fallout following Chancellor Angela Merkel’s statement on Monday that she was “glad” Osama bin Laden had been killed was among the most hotly debated topics in the German media this week.

Politicians, including those within her own center-right coalition, said that no death was cause for celebration, and reproved the remark as un-Christian and vengeful.

As far as we can recall, most Germans were quite happy when they learned in 1945 that Adolf Hitler was dead and that the end to his reign of insanity finally appeared to be at an end, but apparently they were all “un-Christian and vengeful” too, according to the current breed of nutless Germans. How far a once proud nation has fallen.

But Hamburg judge Heinz Uthmann went even further. He alleges that the chancellor’s statement was nothing short of illegal, and filed a criminal complaint against Merkel midweek, the daily Hamburger Morgenpost reported Friday.

“I am a law-abiding citizen and as a judge, sworn to justice and law,” the 54-year-old told the paper, adding that Merkel’s words were “tacky and undignified.”

In his two-page document, Uthmann, a judge for 21 years, cites section 140 of the German Criminal Code, which forbids the “rewarding and approving” of crimes. In this case, Merkel endorsed a “homicide,” Uthmann claimed. The violation is punishable by up to three years’ imprisonment or a fine.

Good luck with getting the death of a terrorist who, by definition, is outside of any and all protections of the Geneva Conventions and the Laws of Warfare classified as a “homicide”, but what’s more disturbing is this:

While the judge’s reaction may seem extreme, his sentiments are apparently shared by 64 percent of the German population. That was the proportion of Germans who said bin Laden’s death was “no reason to rejoice” in a poll published by broadcaster ARD on Friday.

There’s no reason to rejoice when the murderer of 3,000 innocents is finally popped in the head himself? Really, now? Then what, pray tell, exactly is a reason to rejoice in today’s obviously neutered Germany?

What the everloving fuck happened to Germany?

Should we, perhaps, instead sit down in a prayer circle and bemoan the fact that poor Osama’s actions had led to his untimely demise? That poor, misunderstood child whose upbringing obviously led him to make a series of unfortunate choices through no fault of his own?

It seems to me that we may have gone a bit overboard in our “de-Nazification” of Germany after WWII and, instead of having produced a nation of responsible individuals with a strong sense of right and wrong, ended up creating a bad parody of the French.

Thatisall.

0 0 votes
Article Rating

By Emperor Misha I

Ruler of all I survey -- and then some.

44 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Mike M
Member
Mike M
May 7, 2011 01:22

Judge Uthmann is missing a couple apples in his strudel. Any taking of a human life by another is a “homicide”, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a crime. Chancellor Merkel endorsed a “justifiable homicide”… and so do I. Most enthusiastically.

LC Xystus
Member
May 7, 2011 02:48

Heinz Uthmann puts a twist on Germany’s “Land der Richter und Henker” putdown. So he’s gonna charge Merkel with “tacky & undignified” speech? I find him guilty of gerichtlicher Arschlochigkeit!

LC Draco
Member
May 7, 2011 04:12

Well, I know my Brothers in the Bundeswehr and Fallschirmjäger are happy!! And, yes, I DO have my Fallschirmjäger wings!!! Now…Ich mochte noch einmal Martini haben!!! And FYI… The Parachutist’s “Ten Commandments” A revealing document captured from a German paratrooper who was taken prisoner in Greece reveals much of the Fallschirmjägers elite attitude. Titled the Ten Commandments[16] it listed the… Read more »

Elephant Man
Member
Elephant Man
May 7, 2011 04:34

I’m with Chancellor Merkel on this one. I’m GLAD that the goat-f**king P.O.S. known as Osama Bin Laden is DEAD! Ok “Herr Uthmann”, bring it on! Er, wait a minute…. If he’s charging people for saying things that are “tacky and undignified”, I’m screwed! With my history, they’ll lock me up and throw away the key! Better send lawyers, guns… Read more »

Jules
Member
Jules
May 7, 2011 04:34

Unfortunately Uthman’s comments sound much like those from the majority of people I come in contact with. For one reason or other they felt it necessary to show their disgust for the distasteful celebrating by quoting Mark Twain and Martin Luther King..all of the same quotes of course ’cause it’s like mass distributed to these people or something… as if… Read more »

LC Panzermann
Member
May 7, 2011 04:54

Misha, my liege. Let me take this opportunity to make a few comments being that this is about my land and people. First of all, it is good that has been Laden is finally dead. If this had been a German operation and if I had had the great honor to be part of it (highly unlikely as I have… Read more »

angrywebmaster
Member
May 7, 2011 06:03

So, do you think that Judge Mond Fledermaus (German for Moon Bat) will try to order the arrest of Obama and the SEAL’s who put two in Bin Laden’s turban? Perhaps my family should pay Germany a visit again and have another party. The last time a member of my family partied in Germany it got a bit out of… Read more »

maxxdog
Member
maxxdog
May 7, 2011 06:38

The pussification of the west continues. There is some of this going on here as well though not as bad…yet.
Good vs evil. It’s a simple concept really. Perhaps too simple for the intelligentsia to recognize.

ThePaganTemple
Member
May 7, 2011 08:10

This is exactly why I balk at calling myself a conservative and prefer the name federalist. We need to reduce our military spending as much as we need to reduce every other area of government, but when I say that, the best response I get is a bunch of crickets chirruping. But we can accomplish the goal of reduction in… Read more »

LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch
Member

Germany is still suffering societal WWII guilt, and they overreact in instances such as this.

Imperial Grammar Nazi, G.L.O.R
Member
Imperial Grammar Nazi, G.L.O.R
May 7, 2011 08:31

Had it been THEIR country which had been attacked, and 3,000 of their people who had died, their reaction might be vastly different. The liberals kept telling us that Ogabe was much loved all over Europe…more than all the other presidents combined. Shoot, more than anyone one in the whole of HISTORY. Guess they aren’t so in love with him… Read more »

LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch
Member

Response to ThePaganTemple @: Let’s differentiate between military spending (defense) and defense-related spending that has nothing to do with the department of defense! We are a big country, and we need a big military. The US spends 4.91 percent of its GDP on national defense. (by NATO definition) Comparatively, non-US NATO defense burden is 1.5 percent of GDP Only 4… Read more »

LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech, Imperial Photographer, K.o.E.
Member

Not while I’m alive. I’ve met too many good ones,, and more than a few GREAT ones from Europe. They’ve seen everything happening,, many are old enough to recognize the patterns,, they are not without memory, logic, or sense of “genug, genug ist” . Many feel the same as many Americans do when an impudent detractor demands “What do YOU… Read more »

ThePaganTemple
Member
May 7, 2011 08:53

Response to LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech @:

Sorry, we just can’t afford to babysit the assholes anymore. Why should we spend so much of OUR money to protect these bastards from themselves? They are their own worst enemies.

LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech, Imperial Photographer, K.o.E.
Member

Y’know,, I hope Angela take’s this opportunity to turn the kitchen lights on them cockroaches,, otherwise, she might’ve been better off with just another beer.

Darth Venomous
Member
May 7, 2011 09:20

Sorry, we just can’t afford to babysit the assholes anymore. Why should we spend so much of OUR money to protect these bastards from themselves? They are their own worst enemies. With all respect to Nicki, et. al, PT has a point. Our troops could be put to better use elsewhere. See, we have this strip of land down south… Read more »

LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech, Imperial Photographer, K.o.E.
Member

ThePaganTemple says: Response to LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech @: Sorry, we just can’t afford to babysit the assholes anymore. Why should we spend so much of OUR money to protect these bastards from themselves? They are their own worst enemies. Because they are NOT all of the mind you describe. There’s a lot worth saving, and in the… Read more »

americanexpat
Member
americanexpat
May 7, 2011 10:05

Hey, it’s not like we’re asking for the return of the 2nd SS Panzer Division (although some of their espirit de corps might be useful in northern Afghanistan, where the Bundeswehr troops now serving there have reportedly done little but drink beer), just a recognition (and maybe just a bit of gratitude) that a festering carbuncle on the ass of… Read more »

LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch
Member

Response to Darth Venomous @: Not saying I disagree with the babysitting assholes part, but we need to be out there to kick terrorist ass, which is an actual threat to our national security. If not, I suggest nuking that entire part of the world. I’m not married to the idea of keeping them alive in any way. Terrorism still… Read more »

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
Member

Seems that the current line taken by the libs is that it is “UnChristian” to celebrate a death….I’ve heard it doxens of times on the news channels lately. Even Fatass Michael Moore said it was ‘UnChristian”, as if he or any other left wing liberal knows ANYTHING about what being a Christian is all about…. sheesh, I’ll continue to pray… Read more »

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
Member

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery mis-states:

.I’ve heard it doxens of times on the news channels lately

that should be DOZENS

Library Czar
Guest
Library Czar
May 7, 2011 14:06

I have always tried to respect the dead, regardless of what they might have been when alive. It is a spiritual thing with me. I don’t always succeed, but I do try. Some people make it harder than others though.

I thought you were an avowed atheist? Noncontradiction Indeed.

BITOA
Member
BITOA
May 7, 2011 14:35

WHERES THE CHAT?

Darth Venomous
Member
May 7, 2011 14:42

Not saying I disagree with the babysitting assholes part, but we need to be out there to kick terrorist ass, which is an actual threat to our national security. If not, I suggest nuking that entire part of the world. I’m not married to the idea of keeping them alive in any way. Ah!&#160 I’m pleased to announce that we… Read more »

Lizard, G.L.O.R.
Member
Lizard, G.L.O.R.
May 7, 2011 16:16

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery says: Seems that the current line taken by the libs is that it is “UnChristian” to celebrate a death….I’ve heard it doxens of times on the news channels lately. Even Fatass Michael Moore said it was ‘UnChristian”, as if he or any other left wing liberal knows ANYTHING about what being a Christian is… Read more »

LC Xystus
Member
May 7, 2011 17:24

The HarangueOutan I also don’t ever recall Jesus pulling out the party hats and celebrating the death of someone, or extolling others to do so. Funny, I don’t recall anyone citing Josh O’Nazareth as an authority for whacking terrorists. Yet I must respect DJ’s well-known Christian piety, which oozes from every pore… Seriously, folks, the Left loves Christianity–when they think… Read more »

irish19
Member
irish19
May 7, 2011 17:31

Response to LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch @:
Thanks for the breakdown. Extremely informative, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen it all put together like that.

irish19
Member
irish19
May 7, 2011 17:36

Maybe that should be our new interrogation technique!

I’m not sure even terrorists deserve being forced to listen to some boy-band until they crack. The World Court would string us up by our balls for that and deservedly so IMHO.

Lady H
Member
May 7, 2011 20:28

Speaking as a Catholic Christian, I would have rather Bin Laden have been converted before he passed this life, but he did make his bed. “You live by the sword, you die by the sword.” and all of that. And who knows….last Sunday my Church celebrated the Feast of Divine Mercy, the day Blessed Pope John Paul 2 was beatified.… Read more »

Elephant Man
Member
Elephant Man
May 8, 2011 03:40

Lady H sez: I think he’s going to be in Purgatory for a loooooong time! Hopefully being forced to listen to “a whole bunch of ‘tweens’ whose parents are convinced that they can be the next Justin Beiber, and they are willing to blow their savings on recording demos.” Having gained insight into what DJ has been subjected to as… Read more »

simonwise
Member
simonwise
May 8, 2011 04:19

Condemning the recent “temination” of the monster Osama isn’t just a German thing. The disgusting Liberal thread runs the entire European gamut. I believe it has to do with the Catholic religion, where ANY life is sacred and the “martyr syndrome” trumps defending yourself and your country. Look at the reent demos in London. The cops and general public let… Read more »

Lizard, G.L.O.R.
Member
Lizard, G.L.O.R.
May 8, 2011 09:28

simonwise says: Condemning the recent “temination” of the monster Osama isn’t just a German thing. The disgusting Liberal thread runs the entire European gamut. I believe it has to do with the Catholic religion, where ANY life is sacred and the “martyr syndrome” trumps defending yourself and your country. Look at the reent demos in London. The cops and general… Read more »

ThePaganTemple
Member
May 8, 2011 10:39

Response to Lady H @: Wait a minute here, suppose there were a few people in the Twin Towers and the Pentagon who were bound for hell and were killed before they had a chance to repent? Wouldn’t that be a kick in the nuts if Bin Laden repented and went to heaven while those people he murdered are burning… Read more »

LC Gunsniper
Member
LC Gunsniper
May 8, 2011 11:21

Why would putting down a rabid terrorist be any different? Because, unlike a spider or a rabid animal, a terrorist mass-murderer is a human being that chooses to be a monster. When such human filth is slaughtered it is a time for all decent civilized people to rejoice the removal of said filth. The goatfucker made his choices and ultimately… Read more »

LC Gunsniper
Member
LC Gunsniper
May 8, 2011 11:27

usually someone closely connected with the current administration at the time — has made huge piles on money.

That was just my cynical thinking-out-loud.

We also have thousands of dead muzz trash sent to the ninth ring of goatfucker hades so we do have some good, tangible results. to show for it.

LC Gunsniper
Member
LC Gunsniper
May 8, 2011 11:34

That isn’t treating a life as sacred at all. It is gloating because of the death.

The likes of Osama Be Rotting rejects the fact that life is sacred and goes so far as to massacre that life. Death is deserved and more than gloat-worthy. To do any less is to minimize the goatfucker’s actions and disrespect his victims.

LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech, Imperial Photographer, K.o.E.
Member

Murder was his way of life. Power was his way of life, Force was his way of life, Terror was his way of life. Lies were his way of life. Determined evil was his way of life.He lived only to extol others to kill us. You guys can wrestle with you conscience, maybe get brave enough to even say “Sic… Read more »

seagoon
Member
seagoon
May 9, 2011 02:21

It’s the German guilt. Now that I live here, I’m beginning to understand it. People are happy OBL is dead- they just get embarrassed when someone expresses that, because they are acutely self-conscious and guilty about the whole war legacy, and shy away from things that they feel would make them look bloodthirsty, vindictive, etc. But trust me, they’re happy-… Read more »

LC Panzermann
Member
May 9, 2011 06:45

seagoon says:

It’s the German guilt. Now that I live here, I’m beginning to understand it.
[…]
But trust me, they’re happy- at least everyone I’ve talked to is.

Very true. A very clear analysis, I must say. We need to have a beer some day, mate. :em03:

seagoon
Member
seagoon
May 9, 2011 11:20

Response to LC Panzermann @:
Vielen Danke 😀

Where are you located, anyway? I’ll be doing some traveling once I’m settled here and that beer could prolly be arranged.

LC Gladiator
Member
LC Gladiator
May 9, 2011 12:46

LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says: That is not to say that there isn’t money to be saved within the defense department. For instance: the F-35 engine and the C-17s – another program the Pentagon does not want, but we spend billions on acquiring and even more on maintaining. Niki, you might want to check your facts on the… Read more »

LC Panzermann
Member
May 9, 2011 16:10

Response to seagoon @:

I am in the Frankfurt/Main area. Plenty of good places to visit around here. Just let me know when you are in the area, I’ll be buying :em03:

seagoon
Member
seagoon
May 10, 2011 03:04

Response to LC Panzermann @:
I’ll be in touch- need to get my German up a little more before I go a-wandering… and all this Schwaebisch ain’t helping 😀