How Germany Is Still Divided By East and West
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23 thoughts on “How Germany Is Still Divided By East and West

  1. Unemployment did not rise because we had to compete with a strong market, we would have been well able to do so. It rose because companies were "reprivatized" which was mainly done by selling them to west german companies. Many ex IFA companies either now produce for Mercedes/VW AG or no longer exist. But to top this off with a joke: "the GDR is the nation with 0% unemployment, yet only 50% of people work."

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  3. Prior to 1871 Germany did not exist, it became a unification of many states of which Prussia was the largest and domineering constituent. The King of Prussia became the Emperor (Kaiser) of Germany. So being a divided nation is nothing new.

  4. How do older East Germans really think 30 years after the fall of the Wall?
    I tell them, they want nothing more to do with West Germany today, many consider West Germans to be arrogant.

  5. first of all, this map is not correct! when we talk about east Germany, that what we talk about is middle Germany, former DDR! Because the eastern parts are now Poland and Russia!

  6. The success of Stalin – the man who used to boast that he conquered the United States "from the plow to the atomic bomb in just a generation" – compared to Gorbachev's failure shows that a socialist economy is unable to function with a minimum of efficiency without requiring a massive dose of political violence. In an attempt to reform a decadent regime, Gorbachev moved faster with the process of economic opening in the hope of removing the predictable resistance that the Soviet bureaucracy would create to economic reform measures, as thorough proof with the failed attempt. coup d'état in August 1991 – which ended up precipitating the final crisis of socialism and the dissolution of the USSR itself

    Its Chinese parallel – Deng Xiaoping – adopted a logic diametrically opposed to that of Gorbachev: it prioritized the achievement of economic prosperity (adopting in practice capitalism) precisely to delay any attempt at political opening, as was evident with the acceleration of the economy. reforms after the Tiananmen Square massacre.

    It is important to note that it was Karl Marx himself who, in his Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy, discerned the scenario in which the conditions for a social revolution process are formed, describing it as follows:

    “At a certain stage in its development, the material productive forces of society contradict existing production relations or – which is only their legal expression – with the property relations in which they have been active until then. From the forms of development of the productive forces, these relations are transformed into fetters of them. So, it is a time of social revolution. ' *

    By rejecting the pursuit of profit maximization as an instrument to stimulate innovation, socialist countries ended up condemning themselves to obsolescence. Thus, they lost the chance to incorporate the productivity gains made possible by technological progress. That is why the capitalist countries managed to provide a greater rise in the standard of living of their population, even without pursuing the egalitarian ideal. Therefore, until the “final crisis of socialism” (to paraphrase K. Marx's own definitions once again), it was only a matter of time. But religious fanatics do not give up on their faith, even against the indisputable proof of the facts, which completely refute it!

    * Reproduced according to MARX, K. Preface to the Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy, organized by Florestan Fernandes and published under the title K. Marx: Theory and historical process of the social revolution, In Marx & Engels, Great Social Scientists Collection, History, vol. 36. São Paulo: Ática, 1983. p. 232. Commemorative edition of the centenary of Karl Marx's death

  7. I travelled a month in east Germany back in 2018. It’s rich and safe, I can guarantee that. Of course it’s poorer than west Germany, but I dare to say that on average the living standard in east Germany better than most of the European countries.

  8. Hahahaha DDR didn't disappear it expanded into the whole EU.
    Get it right.
    Angela Merkel was Stasi remember.
    So she'd torture her own granny for wrong think .now she's running Europe into the ground.

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