Hindrichs takes a last look at the sunny courtyard and the students enjoying their break in the sun. Neo-Nazi music — that’s just badly rhymed and malicious texts accompanied by second-rate sounds, isn’t it? Hindrichs’ makes it clear that he himself does not in any form subscribe to the use of the latter expression. But the scene had already begun to change in the late s. At the same time, musicians sympathetic to far-right ideology discovered genres which die-hard Nazis found problematic, such as rap, the otherwise hated “Nigger Music,” as they call it:
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Some of the young people going about their business here in this building could actually be involved in the far-right scene. At the same time, musicians sympathetic to far-right ideology discovered genres which die-hard Nazis found problematic, such as rap, the otherwise hated “Nigger Music,” as they call it: Hindrichs takes a last look at the sunny courtyard and the students enjoying their break in the sun.
And this is a development that Dr.
Hindrichs points out that it is actually very easy to recognize such unambiguously pro-Nazi sentiments for what they are. The gray area is growing, and we are no longer able to recognize it for what it is on the basis of externals alone. But the ‘Autonome Nationalisten’ neo-Nazis hit on the idea of adopting the emblems and symbols used by the antifascists for their own purposes.
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Neo-Nazi-inspired strains are moving on to conquer whole new swathes of different styles of music. And far-right sympathizers have long ceased to be easily identifiable on the basis of their appearance.
Thorsten Hindrichs’ file-packed office. In his view, a broad-based collective approach is necessary to counteract this trend. It may seem fairly obvious what this involves: The summer sun outside has made it stifling in Dr.
The German singer-songwriter Frank Rennicke has links with the far-right. In view of these words and the subsequent discovery that the series of murders committed by the National Socialist Underground NSUa German far-right terror group, Hindrichs concludes: This is something that needs to be tackled on a wide front.
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When he has trouble with meter and rhyming, he goes at them with hammer and tongs. Our theme on this bright and sunny afternoon is sombre — the music of the political far-right.
He then takes his leave and returns to the files in his office. What concerns him more is the gray area that has developed with the segmentation and differentiation of far-right lebf and which doesn’t get reported on the news. There are plenty of elements within our society that the far-right can infiltrate, be these in the form of soccer hooligans or trendy esoteric movements.
Hindrichs turns to the second trend, one that he finds much more alarming — the far-right is also appropriating new popular music genres. The range of genres in which right-wing extremism-inspired music is being composed has grown exponentially. But the scene had already begun to change in the late s. braunfn
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Hindrichs’ makes it clear that he himself does not in any form subscribe to the use of leby latter expression. Another feature of the far-right extremist music scene is currently making headlines. Hindrichs glances over at the students in the sunlit Philosophicum courtyard. Neo-Nazi music — that’s just badly rhymed and malicious texts accompanied by second-rate sounds, isn’t it?
But when right wingers rap, they call what they produce “national sprechgesang.