ULRIKE MEINHOF


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When The Goverment Doesn’t Hear Its People, Then The People Must Blast Its Ear

The Dissidence

How Can A Person Like Ulrike Meinhof Pass On The Opportunity To Explain Herself, To Make A Blast In The Ear Of The Goverment And The Media. Death By Suicide It’s So Easy, Making A Guilty One Who Shame What She Has Done. Unless The Goverment Shut Her Up, Closing What Could Have Been A Long Trial, Which Somehow Could Have Put The Goverment In Trial Itself.

Political Murder

On 9 May 1976, Ulrike Meinhof was found dead in her prison cell, hanging from a rope made from jail towels. An investigation concluded that she had hanged herself, a result hotly contested at the time, triggering a plethora of conspiracy theories. Other theories suggest that she took her life because she was being ostracized by the rest of the group.   (Ad : Her Bed Wasn’t Feng Shui……)

ULRIKE MEINHOF

7 October 1934 – 9 May 1976 (aged 41) Journalist, Terrorist, Mother

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She Was 10 Years Old In 1944, Grew Up All Through The Nazi Propaganda, Then The Cold War The West Propaganda, Then The West German Propaganda….That’s Quiet A Lot Of Different Ideas For All Of A Generation, We Are The Best, We are Nothing And Bad, We are Good Again The Bad Ones Are In The Other Side Of The Wall. She Should Have Grown Old Enough To See The Wall Falling.. Still

A Bright StarThat Became A Dark Meteorit, That, Is Just Falling On Our Thoughts.

World War II was only twenty years earlier. Those in charge of the police, the schools, the government — they were the same people who’d been in charge under Nazism. The chancellor, Kurt Georg Kiesinger, had been a Nazi. People started discussing this only in the 60’s. We were the first generation since the war, and we were asking our parents questions. Due to the Nazi past, everything bad was compared to the Third Reich. If you heard about police brutality, that was said to be just like the SS. The moment you see your own country as the continuation of a fascist state, you give yourself permission to do almost anything against it. You see your action as the resistance that your parents did not put up.

— Stefan Aust, author of Der Baader Meinhof Komplex

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The Red Army Faction’s Urban Guerrilla Concept is not based on an optimistic view of the prevailing circumstances in the Federal Republic and West Berlin.

— The Urban Guerrilla Concept authored by RAF co-founder Ulrike Meinhof (April 1971)

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