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War service using the example of Ukraine

I've known a few female soldiers for a number of years, but hardly any who actually at least meet the minimum standards. And the fact that there are also male “colleagues” who also do not meet these requirements cannot -- no, must -- not serve as a justification for their existence; there is no right in wrong.

Especially on the way to one of the greatest "military turns" in human history (keyword: robotics), the highest demands must be made on professional soldiers: physically, mentally and also morally. Every soldier must necessarily be compared to a Champions League footballer, with the difference that a footballer only embodies "better toys".

In a war, the cards are reshuffled -- you can see this clearly in the Ukraine -- and in addition to your own soldiers, civilians are now also appearing, who attain combatant status and thus support their professional comrades. 

I am extremely positively surprised at how women are now taking up arms and stepping alongside their male compatriots as a matter of course in order to fulfill their destiny together -- that's what I call emancipation! 

Anything else is just silly babble, purely and simply to gain advantages for yourself. 

Unfortunately, especially in the Ukraine, we have to recognize how few actually emancipated women actually exist. And that is exactly what should make us emancipated people think! 

As a soldier, I welcome any soldier -- of any gender -- who is willing to die beside me, and better yet, able to do so as professionally as possible. Unnecessary ballast or cannon fodder is of little help.


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  1. In recent months I have noticed that more and more scooters and motorbikes are being parked in the pedestrian zones (FGZ). At Marrahaus Süd, everyday life is that you rattle through the FGZ with the dirt slingshot and then park by the bike racks...

    Recently and drastically: I cycle through the Schwibbogengasse and want to park my bike on the corner by the ice cream parlour. There are two heavy machines in the FGZ that are just being started. A young woman with a child sits on the first one and really accelerates so that everyone benefits too. I walk up to them and ask: "Excuse me, why are you parking in the pedestrian zone?". She grins at me and gives me the middle finger. The second machine approaches loudly from behind. The driver wants to get off and calls over: "What do you want son of a bitch anyway?"

    I spare myself my answer "You don't even know my mother" and push my bike into the FGZ, they don't follow me ...

    1. I've also been complaining about that for years, my better half and I have often been hit by all sorts of road users in the pedestrian zone when we were walking. The police and public order office are obviously looking the other way on instructions from the top management and refrain from doing anything to guarantee a minimum level of traffic safety in the pedestrian zone.

      And I don't even talk about our rabble anymore, I just state that antisocial behavior can no longer be tied to the wallet.

  2. I don't contradict that, I have been anchored in the cultural scene for more than 4 decades and have worked for many years at events (Deutschhofkeller, Bürgerhaus Böckingen vault, youth center Schillerstraße, then OLGA-Halle ...) ...

    One reason for the lack of viewers could be in the comedy house. There are a variety of jokers.
    Whether this is the task of a highly subsidized company is a matter of controversy.

  3. I have an extremely ambivalent relationship to the Kulturkeller: a claustrophobic room with uncomfortable seating.
    I used to be there a lot and, for example, visited the most pathetic local fun group ever, the Gauwahn (creepy).
    The room is also unsuitable for film screenings, but that doesn't stop the KoKi from doing so. I co-founded this association, co-managed the first years at Cinemaxx and then left because I see no future for the project.

    1. Even if I can understand your arguments and don't know a good Heilbronn fun group myself, one has to acknowledge that there are still a few Heilbronners who continue to strive for the Kulturkeller, even if, according to Heilbronner's voice, the spectators should stay away. And I believe that this commitment should be supported.

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