Debate on Gender Madness and Evangelism at OZ . House

“Oh, you dear German”: A Controversial Tour About Sexual Madness and Anglicanism at OZ’s House

Rostock.North German Bon Mott: A marketing lover in a brewery said at a “meeting” that because of the “branding” in home speech in mail and daily newspapers, one should “switch” to English in the future. Then the older boss: “There’s no such thing as brandy. This is beer. And we’re chatting flat. Invalid! Un nu is Enn!” Is that right, or something similar delivered.

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And there’s this bowknot. More than 30 years ago. A young social democrat with a feminist touch wrote to the readers of the SPD “Vorwärts” apparatus: “Dear members!” Egon Barr’s answer in the editorial: “Dear children!”

What is that? Old white men’s struggle against unstoppable progress – is it a language struggle, too? The voice of reason against the arrogance of exclusion? Linguistic class struggle, mere nonsense or loss of cultural origin? Language is a continuous process of renewal, preservation, tradition and modernity. Language cannot be standardized, banned or controlled. Although there are always attempts. Of course, it makes sense that young people in this globalized world don’t see English as a foreign language anymore because they talk to people in Warren, Wolverhampton or Wisconsin via digital media.

Former Bundestag President Wolfgang Thiers (Social Democratic Party) rejects change.

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It doesn’t make sense for a language to disappear just because advertisers think it’s easy to advertise everything in English. Grandma who ordered “Togo coffee, but take away” at the bakery. The American standing in front of the “back factory” in the pedestrian zone in Rostock must smile. Douglas perfume series, advertised under the slogan “Come and find out”, which is often translated in Germany as “Come and find again”. Salmon Miley!

Language in Transition: “Oh, dear German!”

OSTSEE-ZEITUNG and Kulturstiftung e. V.Rostock invites you to talk about German on May 10 in the great hall of the OZ (Richard-Wagner-Straße 1a in Rostock). At 7 p.m. (Admission: 6.30 p.m.), the panel discussion on the topic of Language in Transition begins under the title: “Oh, you dear German.”

The podium will be attended by former Bundestag President Wolfgang Thiers (SPD), MV Equal Opportunities Commissioner, Winkie Brodgham (D-Link) and author, journalist, qualified biologist and gender dissident Ricky Humpel. The evening will be moderated by Gabe Struck (NDR) and OZ Editor-in-Chief Andreas Ebel.

Tickets are available here at the OZ Ticket Store.

Linguistic insistence on commerce and the advertising industry. “It’s about the German language as a cultural asset,” says Christine Lusiga, a former member of the Bundestag’s SPD Rostock. We neglect them. We are upset that this cultural origin is being ignored through gender, the imposition of official German and affiliations. But we don’t want to come with a wooden hammer, we want Have a humorous discussion.”

MV State Equal Opportunity Officer Wenke Brüdgam (Die Linke) wants German in authorities, offices, media and universities.

MV State Equal Opportunity Officer Wenke Brüdgam (Die Linke) wants German in authorities, offices, media and universities.

Berlin author Rieke Hümpel (46) explains that this gender process may be important to some, but it is often absurd and steeped in ideology. She’s been dubbed a “mistress” on the internet because she rhymes with terms like “Bürger: innen *meister: innen *wahl” (that would be correct!). Ex-Bundestag President Wolfgang Thiersee (SPD) is crossed with the leadership of his party because of gender. Thiers even threatened to leave the party. So hot potatoes.

Rieke Hümpel, journalist, author and biologist from Berlin.

Rieke Hümpel, journalist, author and biologist from Berlin.

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Reason enough for the Rostock Cultural Foundation to take up this topic. The Foundation with OZ invites you to an “Oh, you dear German” conversation on May 10th from 7pm in the OZ Great Hall.

Next to Thierse and Hümpel, Wenke Brüdgam (Die Linke), the state government’s equal opportunity official, will sit on the podium. Brüdgam says: “I want language to be recognized as mutable and we accept creating a piece of freedom in the use of language. The debate is very black and white to me. You are either for or against sex, and the younger generation naturally changes it. It is important that we create the freedom that Each person can write it and speak it as he sees fit in mutual respect and acceptance of the other. I hope we develop a certain amount of tolerance for one another and allow for a culture of error.”

Written by Michael Mayer

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