Why is "Junge Freiheit" so hated? Because they won't subject themselves to the censures of the Antifa-Neonazis. Truly, they are very powerful in Nazi-mad Germany.
(kreuz.net) The oppositional 'Junge Freiheit' is the second largest weekly in Germany.
Because of the media bosses manufactured disinformation campaign, they have an easy game.
Their circulation has -- against the general trend -- been going up for years.
According to the 'Audit Bureau of Circulation of Advertising Media' the paid circulation in 2011 has climbed over the previous year at 3,5 Percent to 20.339.
The number of subscriptions and the "sundry purchases" -- students and social subscriptions have increased over the previous year around 10.2 percent to 17.989.
The Church is governed from the outside
Yesterday it was reported that Bishop Konrad Zdarsa of Augsburg , the Ichenhausener town pastor, Fr. Georg Alois Oblinger, had been forbidden to write in 'Junge Freiheit".
Why? There was no answer why:
The head shepherd allowed himself to be pressured by the all powerful Antifa-Neonazis in Nazi-mad Germany, that's why.
Before these, the Old Liberal German Bishops self-flagellate themselves at regular intervals.
Antifa-Neonais against Half-Jews
In 'Jungen Freiheit', Comrade Egon Bahr (89), a socialist with a human face, who stupidly had to have a Jewish grandmother.
Also the very famous journalist and publicist Peter Scholl-Latour (87) is a regular interview partner at 'Jungen Freiheit'. He is Catholic -- but is dumb enough to be a Jewish half-breed.
During National Socialism, he overwintered for a time with the Jesuits in Switzerland.
Variously Scholl-Latour served in the advertising campaign of 'Junge Freiheit' a poster -- recently in 2011.
More than a supplement
Bishop Zdarsa would have been informed by his cousin, the CSU Representative Thomas Goppel (64).
In July 2011 Goppel advertised the 25 year jubilee of 'Jungen Freiheit' with Ferdinand von Bismarck, Johanna Countess of Westphalen and the liberal economist, Jörg Guido Hülsmann in printed notices and online banners for the weekly.
He explained for the left demonizers at the 'Süddeutsche Zeitung':
"I often look at it more than the "Bayerkurier', less often than in the "‘Süddeutsche' or the 'Augsburger Allgemeine'".
Reading this paper is a "complete necessity" for him.
He wishes the 'Jungen Freiheit' "Ad multos annos. Many happy years"
Goppel is the cousin of the Augsburger Bishop, Msgr Konrad Zdarsa.
Link to kreuz.net...