The Deutsches Kolleg commands discrimination. Discrimination is an act of evaluation which distinguishes between evil and good, ugly and beautiful, harmful and useful, alien and own, injustice and justice. The discrimination imperative protects the social, economic, cultural and legal order of every cultural People – as such that of the German People too.
Discrimination is the cultural cardinal virtue which then makes the politeness of non-discrimination possible: One does not tell the ugly, stupid and inferior what they are because they probably know it themselves, and because people should not inflict unnecessary emotional pain upon one another, even if it consists of only speaking the truth.
However, when non-discrimination becomes a coercive law with an inverted onus of proof, as is now the case with the Anti-Discrimination Law of the red-green coalition who are currently running the FRG-regime of accommodation, tolerant discrimination turns into intolerant non-discrimination: Only discrimination is discriminated against. With this, the cardinal virtue of the German culture is placed under pain of punishment, which, from the view of an anti-German regime of injustice that is an enemy of culture, is a consistent act and has long been expected, but has also long been announcing its arrival.