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The rapid expansion of the surveillance state should be cause for concern; even if you have nothing to hide.
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Turkey has a way to go before becoming a member of the EU.
The media coverage of these killings suggest that foreigners are responsible for the crimes of which they are victims, which in turn reinforces a racist narrative that remains strong within the public at large
There is nothing good to be gained from the hysterical, violent acting out of the infantile fantasies of complete assimilation or complete removal of immigration populations.
Germany is not the only team to open up the meaning of nationality
“The Israeli government has really pissed Germany off.”
“The music business is full of traps and most bands bleed.”