German State TV In A NutshellChris Menahan
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A bizarre clip from German TV showing a mother converting to Islam in front of her impressionable young child went viral over the weekend.
It's from the show Lindenstrasse ("Lime Street") which has been running on public television weekly since 1985.
According to the site Postcards from Paris, the mother in the show is in a relationship with a Turkish Muslim and the show actually portrays her a fanatic, with her Turkish suitor being the voice of reason.
Egri Nok said on VladTepesBlog that his friends watched the show and told him "as the series progresses, the Turkish character that this woman is going to marry talks her out of her fanatical nonsense."
This is par for the course.
As I reported earlier this month, German public television is set to air a made-for-TV movie in February titled "Break-out to the Unknown" wherein a European family is forced to flee from Germany to escape a "collapsing," "right-wing extremist" government that "persecutes dissidents, Muslims and homosexuals."
They choose to seek refuge in Africa, which is "enjoying political and economic stability after an economic boom."
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