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Apr 1 15 tweets 2 min read
(0/13)🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿: The following thread solely is a cynical joke for my German Discord Community and contains no serious political, historical or personal views.
If you are not into it, I can understand that. I will delete it after 24h anyways, so dont take this one too serious. (1/13) 🇩🇪 Wo das aber geklärt ist:
Anfang letzten Monats habe ich meine Discord-Community aufgerufen, mir bis zum ersten April Fragen mit zynischen, extremistischen und degenerierten Inhalten zu stellen, die ich hier beantworten möchte!
Schauen wir mal was dabei rumgekommen ist.
Oct 5, 2023 29 tweets 9 min read
(1/25) For centuries, Germany was shaped by various small states and elites. However, I would argue that these still live on today in the political mentality of the regions of the FRG.
This, and the question of how much Prussia is in East Germany, is what this thread is about.
(2/25) I would even go so far as to say that they have shaped the FRG over the last 70 years more than most would think, and that understanding these local structures, especially between East and West Germany, is an essential key to securing long-term political power.
Sep 22, 2023 20 tweets 5 min read
(1/19) Today a short thread on the Paleo-European languages, possible connections and substrate hypotheses. This is one more about the picture that emerges on the whole. Less about single languages.

(Pictures are mainly from external sources) Image (2/19) But let's start from the beginning: what are Paleo-European languages?
They are languages that predate the Indo-European expansion and are therefore "Paleo"-European. Almost all of these languages, with the exception of Basque, are now extinct.
Apr 22, 2023 17 tweets 5 min read
(1/17) Today a thread on a very different subject:
This #thread is about one of the theoretically earliest Indo-European peoples in #historiography and what the #Tocharians might have to do with it.

(Pictures are mainly from external sources)

(2/17) There is a #theory that the one of the first Indo-European peoples whose language has been documented in fragments were the #Gutians.
The Gutians were a #nomadic people that appeared in the late 3rd millennium BC on the outskirts of #Mesopotamia. Image
Jan 29, 2023 16 tweets 23 min read
(1/16) Today again a more theoretical thread about #Germanic #history. It is about a theory of the origin of the first Germanic major #tribes:
the #Iron and #Amber theory!

(Many used images are from external sources, which I will gladly share if needed.) ImageImage (2/16) But let's start from the beginning. What is a #Germanic "major #tribe" anyway?
Around the year 0, hundreds of small #tribes lived in #Germania. About 400 years later, however, they were seemingly replaced by a few large tribes, such as the #Goths, #Franks, or #Alemanni. Image
Jan 16, 2023 24 tweets 26 min read
(1/23) This thread is mainly addressed to my #German followers, but it could also be interesting for those who always wanted to know how Germany could become the most culturally leftist country on the European continent. Accordingly, this thread is a #political #commentary by me. (2/23) It is about the historical personality of the first post-war chancellor, Konrad Adeneauer. I also would like to finally dispel a myth that still plagues German conservatives, by which I do not mean recationaries, but all those who do not want to destroy their own country.
Nov 1, 2022 9 tweets 4 min read
(1/9) Since I have read the last few days some discussions:
I always like to remember that the #Catholic Church has damaged my country for the last 1200 years at a stretch. For me, as a #German, Martin #Luther and Lutheran #Protestantism is a piece of #liberation for my country. (2/9) Why I don't like the Catholic Church that much in return:

I. Walk to Canossa, destruction of earliest German central state efforts
II. Beheading of Conradin, destruction of German imperial nobility
III. Delegitimization of the Teutonic Knights and their eastern settlement