Lippstadt: VHS-Programm für das zweite HalbjahrThursday, August 2, 2018
Befreiung von gesellschaftlichen Zwängen und Tabus. Die spannende Frage wie sich die "Hippie"-Bewegung vor 50 Jahren in Westfalen abseits der Hochburgen wie München, Frankfurt und Berlin bemerkbar machte, wird Prof. Dr. Thomas Großbölting von der Universität Münster am Mittwoch, 19. September in der VHS Lippstadt näher beleuchten. Darüber hinaus startet die VHS Lippstadt, Anröchte, Erwitte, Rüthen und Warstein mit knapp 600 Veranstaltungen und 14.000 Unterrichtsstunden mit ihrem bunten Power-Angebot am 3. September bis zum 14. Dezember 2018 durch. Einen ersten Einblick vorab in das 260 Seiten gefüllte Programmheft gibt VHS-Leiterin Frauke Mönkeberg:
Gleich am 24. September geht es um das Thema E-Mobilität mit dem Experten Manuel Dobratz und den Stadtwerken Lippstadt. Am Ende des Vortrags können sich Interessierte unterschiedliche E-Autos gemeinsam näher anschauen. Zu Gast in der Veranstaltungsreihe Warstein 360° ist im November Joe Bausch, bekannt als Gerichtsmediziner im Tatort Köln, als prominenter Teilnehmer in Talkshows und als Autor des Spiegelbestsellers "Knast". In seinem neuen Buch "Gangsterblues: Harte Geschichten" geht es um wahre Ereignisse, die unter die Haut gehen. In den Kunstvorträgen geht es um Grünewald, van Eyck, Altdorfer und Hieronymus Busch während die Kunst-Webinare das Thema Architektur und Design im 20. Jahrhundert insbesondere die Bauhaus Architektur behandeln. Neu im Angebot ist die neue Veranstaltungsreihe "Fernweh 360°", die Multivisionsshows rund um die Welt in technischer Perfektion präsentiert, in Kooperation mit dem Patriot. In der ersten Saison stehen die Reiseländer Neuseeland, Nord-Lichter Lapplands, Afrika und Irland auf dem Programm. Ein Rechtsseminar zum aktuellen Thema "Datenschutzgrundverordnung" mit Dr. Götz Knoop darf nicht fehlen. Im November liest Jörg Magenau aus seinem aktuellen Buch: "Bestseller – Bücher, die wir liebten und was sie ...https://www.focus.de/regional/nordrhein-westfalen/lippstadt-vhs-programm-fuer-das-zweite-halbjahr_id_9274415.html
German state fails completely in NSU caseThursday, August 2, 2018
In the meantime, a diplomatic crisis between Ankara and Berlin was prevented as some consulate staff spent the night to save seats for the Turkish delegation. Had they not done it, Turkish consul generals, a deputy from Ankara and Turkish justice ministry officials would have to stay outside. What a scandal that would be.
Inside the court room the atmosphere was tense. A dozen audience members were dressed in full black, the neo-Nazi style, as if they showed up to support the NSU gang militants. Once the trial day kicked off, the silence crawled back in.Defendant Beate Zschäpe waits in a Munich courtroom before the judges deliver their verdict.
The verdict on Beate Zschäpe, one of the three founders of the NSU, was a life sentence. The expected decision. The audience remained quiet. The verdict on Andre Eminger, who was accused of aiding and abetting the NSU: two-and-a-half years not for complicity but backing a terrorist group. On top of that, the judge explained how Eminger is a good family father and how the case has been so exhausting for him. Eminger is to walk free.
The neo-Nazis in the court room clapped their hands so hard that it echoes on all corners of the court room. A victory for the Nazism, a defeat for the victims. So the German justice system has decided.
After the German court turned into a celebration party for Nazis, the Turkish delegation stormed out of the courtroom."There are too many Nazis in here," said Mustafa Yeneroğlu, a deputy for the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party), before making his way out in fury.
The NSU is known to have been established by three neo-Nazis: Uwe Böhnhardt, Uwe Mundlos and Beate Zschäpe. The trio committed murders from September 2000 to April 2007 without any hindrance, in addition to bank robberies and acts of arson. In total, Böhnhardt, Mundlos and Zschäpe killed eight Turks, a Greek and a German police officer. Böhnhardt and Mundlos were found dead of gunshot wounds on Nov. 4, 2011. Four days later, Zschäpe turned herself in.
It has been nearly 18 years since the first NSU murder, yet some questions have never been answered by the German state even despite the end of the NSU trial. How could such dangerous and neo-Nazis move back and forth through all parts of Germany to commit such crimes? How did they end up in possession of the weapons? How could they have been not stopped? How did they pick out their victims? What was the role of the German state in it? How responsible is German intelligence?
Halit Yozgat's murder in Kassel, for example, raises eyebrows in regards to the involvement of the German in...https://www.dailysabah.com/feature/2018/07/13/german-state-fails-completely-in-nsu-case
Greta Van Fleet Share Wailing New Single "When The Curtain Falls"Thursday, August 2, 2018
Hamburg, Germany @ Mehr! Theatre
01 – Cologne, Germany @ Palladium04 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Berns Salonger05 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Vega07 – Berlin, Germany @ Columbiahalle09 – London, U.K. @ O2 Kentish Town Forum11 – London, U.K. @ O2 Kentish Town Forum14 – Birmingham, U.K. @ O2 Academy Birmingham15 – Manchester, U.K. @ Academy Manchester
Interrobang Theatre Presents WHITE RABBIT RED RABBITThursday, August 2, 2018
World Theatre Festival (Brisbane), Tolhuistuin (Amsterdam), SESC Vila Mariana (Sao Paulo), Schauspielhaus (Vienna), DPAC (Kuala Lampur), Theatretreffen (Berlin), British Council (London), Asia House (London) and University of Bremen (Germany). Nassim's second play Blind Hamlet for the London based Actors Touring Company premiered at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and has since toured extensively around the UK and was received well in Bucharest and Copenhagen. Blank, his third play, recently premiered in Amsterdam and has been performed in Utrecht, Edinburgh and London. Nassim now lives in Berlin with his wife Shirin.Now in its ninth season, Interrobang Theatre Project, under the artistic leadership of Georgette Verdin and James Yost, has been hailed by the Chicago Tribune as a "company to watch" and by Time Out Chicago as "one of Chicago's most promising young theatre companies." Chris Jones called Foxfinder, which kicked off Interrobang's 2017-18 season, "...a ripping good yarn," earning it 3.5 stars from the Chicago Tribune. Foxfinder also garnered seven non-Equity Jeff Awards nominations including Best Director and Production of a Play, and took home two awards for Best Original Music and Set Design. The company also earned seven non-Equity Jeff Nominations for their seventh season, including Best Director, Production of a Play, Solo Performance and acting nominations for Lead Actor, Actress (win) and Actor in a Supporting Role (win). Productions have included the world premiere of Calamity West's Ibsen is Dead (Jeff Recommended), the Jeff Recommended The Pitchfork Disney, Orange Flower Water, Recent Tragic Events, The North Pool, The Amish Project, Falling and Grace. Director James Yost's critically-acclaimed Really Really was one of six shows chosen for Chicago Tribune's "Best of 2015 in Chicago Fringe Theater."
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