Skip to Content

Blocking / deleting - one of many steps to get a friendly social media apperance. From

University offers master’s degree against the ‘right’

Labelling unwanted political critics has become a field of study. The University of Marburg in Germany offers a master's degree against the "right". Exclusion and discrimination against those with a different opinion will soon be studied at the Philipps University in Marburg.

Published: May 21, 2022, 2:05 pm

    In the coming winter semester there will be a master’s degree course on “Fighting Right-Wing Extremism” that is “unique in Germany”. Such specialists are currently particularly needed, said Tina Dürr, who is developing the course.

    Last year “there were more crimes with a political background in Germany”. But even the Tagesschau admitted that the reasons for this increase in politically motivated crimes “cannot be assigned to either the left or the right spectrum”.

    The streamlined study program is aimed at people who already have professional experience in the fields of mobile counselling, social work or political education. According to the university, the master’s degree should enable them to counter right-wing extremism, racism, anti-Semitism and other forms of “group-related enmity” more effectively and improve help to “victims”.

    In an interview with Tina Dürr, it quickly becomes apparent that actually the “opponents of the Corona measures” are targeted in particular because they had “expressed themselves in a right-wing extremist manner”.

    Among other things, theories on “right-wing extremism”, research and monitoring as well as “advice” are to be drummed into the graduates.

    The course is organized by the Department of Education at the University of Marburg and the Hessen Democracy Center located there. It is designed for a maximum of 20 people.

    ‘Right wing’ inexorably tied to mass immigration

    It is no secret that higher numbers of asylum seekers mean increased support for right-wing political parties. Researchers in Germany found that regions where more asylum seekers and refugees live are fertile electoral ground for right-wing parties. The Leibniz Institute for Economic Research (RWI) pointed to recent studies indicating that parties like the NPD, the anti-immigration Die Republikaner (Republicans), Die Rechte (The Right) and the AfD (Alternative for Germany) thrive in regions with high numbers of immigrants.

    Despite this, the red-green-red Berlin government wants to create a “capital of immigration and refuge with a heart“. That is why Franziska Giffey (SPD), the governing mayor, is now proposing to simplify naturalisation in the capital. The procedures are to be processed in a new naturalisation centre. According to Giffey, around 800 000 people in Berlin are affected; so far, only around 6 000 are naturalised each year.

    “I am sure: 20 000 naturalisations a year are possible,” said SPD parliamentary group leader Raed Saleh. In particular, Saleh wants to process so-called old cases, i.e. of illegals without a German passport who have lived in the city for a long time or even for generations.  “You have to break the chain of toleration and frustration and create a perspective,” Saleh said. “People are here, they stay here, they are at home here.”

    Immigration tied to crime against women

    For Germany’s left-wing showcase city, the rise in crime is however a resounding indictment: Not even half of all crimes in the capital are solved. According to the latest police crime statistics (PKS), in 2021, out of a total of 482 127 crimes committed in Berlin, a perpetrator was identified in just 218 621 cases. This puts Berlin’s crime clearance rate at only 45,3 percent.

    Admittedly, there are considerable differences. In the case of violent crimes, the clear-up rate is relatively high even in Berlin. Of the total of 100 cases of murder and manslaughter, which the police also count as attempted offences, 96 were solved. In the case of reported bodily harm, the figure was 81,3 percent, and in the case of sexual offences, 70,6 percent.

    In contrast, crimes with low clearance rates are much more significant – because they occur more frequently. For example, 100 homicides and 6650 sexual offences (of which only 4693 were solved) as well as 39 318 bodily injuries (of which only 31 970 were solved) compared to a total of 179 455 cases of theft. Of these, only 39 030 cases could be solved, which corresponds to a rate of a meagre 21,7 percent.

    Between March and the beginning of July 2020 alone, Berlin police registered 210 cases of “gang or particularly degrading rape“. In just under half of the cases, the police are investigating foreign suspects. This means that in Berlin, on average, almost two women are victims of severe sexual violence every day. Among those affected were 50 minors up to 16 years of age, including 16 children.

    The percentage of foreign criminals is much higher than the population share of foreigners on the Spree, which Statista put at 19,2 percent for the previous year.

    Anyone complaining about this turn of events, is likely to be labelled a “right wing threat” by the academics of Marburg.

    Consider donating to support our work

    Help us to produce more articles like this. FreeWestMedia is depending on donations from our readers to keep going. With your help, we expose the mainstream fake news agenda.

    Keep ​your language polite​. Readers from many different countries visit and contribute to Free West Media and we must therefore obey the rules in​,​ for example​, ​Germany. Illegal content will be deleted.

    If you have been approved to post comments without preview from FWM, you are responsible for violation​s​ of​ any​ law. This means that FWM may be forced to cooperate with authorities in a possible crime investigation.

    If your comments are subject to preview ​by FWM, please be patient. We continually review comments but depending on the time of day it can take up to several hours before your comment is reviewed.

    We reserve the right to del​ete​ comments that are offensive, contain slander or foul language, or are irrelevant to the discussion.


    No more room for farmers with ‘WEF Food Hubs’

    The HagueFood Innovation Hubs (FUBs) are being set up all over the world for the "transformation of food systems". In November 2020, the World Economic Forum announced that the European Food Innovation Hub will be located in Wageningen, in the Netherlands.

    A political shift in Austria

    ViennaA political earthquake is threatening Austria. The ÖVP continues to drop in the polls and is now in third place. The FPÖ can establish itself in second place under its pro-Russian chairman Herbert Kickl. Another disastrous result for the Chancellor's Party, after the governing coalition of the ÖVP and the Greens lost the majority in the polls months ago.

    Germany ‘to meet its Waterloo in next elections’ with trans bill

    BerlinGermany is fast becoming a dystopia – a society in cataclysmic decline: Minister of Justice Buschmann (FDP) and Minister for Family Affairs Paus (Greens) have now presented a draft law according to which every person in Germany can determine their own gender and first name themselves and change it in a simple procedure at the registry office.

    Drug lab unearthed at NATO nuclear base

    BurkelA clandestine drug laboratory has been discovered on a military base in Belgium where NATO nuclear weapons are stored. The synthetic drug Ecstasy was being mass produced on a large scale at the site.

    Globally the G7 are a minority

    ElmauIt is repeatedly claimed that the G7 are the “most important industrialized countries” and thus generally the most important countries in the world. However, on closer inspection this contention is wrong.

    Europe’s next drug hotspot

    KievBefore the war, the Ukrainian police actively fought drug-related crime. Now the authorities have other priorities.

    EU accession status for Ukraine – Brussels to tackle the impossible

    Brussels/KievThe decision to grant Ukraine accession status raises numerous questions: Ukraine (and Moldova) were officially granted this status at the EU summit in Brussels on Thursday evening. This decision had been extremely controversial and contested for weeks. But all previous critics – above all Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, the Netherlands and France – have surprisingly caved in and have cleared the way for the two countries to join the EU.

    ‘Fiat money needed to hide Great Reset costs’

    ViennaThe failure to put the financial system on a solid footing after the financial crisis in 2008, the pandemic and sanctions due to the Ukraine war, have ensured that the cards are finally being reshuffled.

    Major setback for Transatlanticism: Italian Five Star Movement splits over Ukraine policy

    RomeIn Italy, the dispute over the Draghi government's Ukraine policy has led to a political earthquake: Foreign Minister Di Maio has resigned from his party, the Five Star Movement, after considerable squabbling over Ukraine.

    Food from ground chicken bones?

    HelsinkiAmong all the alarming reports about an impending food crisis, a Finnish company believes that it has found a way to incorporate bones into minced chicken, which reduces the meat's production cost and environmental impact. But will anyone want to eat it?

    Go to archive