"Das Volk hat das Vertrauen der Regierung verscherzt. Wäre es da nicht doch einfacher, die Regierung löste das Volk auf und wählte ein anderes?" Berthold Brecht

"Ist dies schon Wahnsinn, so hat es doch Methode" - William Shakespeare

"Wenn man der Wahrheit nahe kommen will, muss man das Unmöglichste denken"

"Wir suchen überall das Unbedingte, und
finden immer nur Dinge" - Novalis

"Die rastlose Selbstzerstörung der Aufklärung zwingt das Denken dazu, sich auch die letzte Arglosigkeit gegenüber den Gewohnheiten und Richtungen des Zeitgeistes zu verbieten" - Theodor W. Adorno
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"Das lebhafteste Vergnügen, das ein vernünftiger Mensch in der Welt haben kann, ist, neue Wahrheiten zu entdecken; das nächste nach diesem ist, alle Vorurteile loszuwerden." Friedrich der Große
König von Preußen
1712-1786

Heinrich von Kleist hat seiner Braut Wilhelmine von Zenge die Sache mit einem treffenden Vergleich klar gemacht:

„Wenn alle Menschen statt der Augen grüne Gläser hätten, so würden sie urteilen müssen, die Gegenstände, welche sie dadurch erblicken, sind grün – und nie würden sie entscheiden können, ob ihr Auge ihnen die Dinge zeigt, wie sie sind, oder ob es nicht etwas zu ihnen hinzutut, was nicht ihnen, sondern dem Auge gehört. So ist es mit dem Verstande. Wir können nicht entscheiden, ob das, was wir Wahrheit nennen, wahrhaft Wahrheit ist, oder ob es uns nur so scheint. Ist das letzte, so ist die Wahrheit, die wir hier sammeln, nach dem Tode nicht mehr – und alles Bestreben, ein Eigentum sich zu erwerben, das uns auch in das Grab folgt, ist vergeblich.“---

"If you want to get close to the truth, you have to think the worst possible"---

"If this is crazy, then it has method" - William Shakespeare--- "We seek the unconditioned everywhere, and always find things" - Novalis

"The restless self-destruction of the Enlightenment compels thinking to forbid even the last innocence against the habits and tendencies of the Zeitgeist" - Theodor W. Adorno

The most vivid pleasure that a rational man in the world can have is to discover new truths; the next one after that is to get rid of all prejudices.
Frederick the Great
King of Prussia
1712-1786

"The people have lost the trust of the government. Wouldn't it be easier if the government dissolved the people and chose another one?" - Berthold Brecht

Heinrich von Kleist made it clear to his bride Wilhelmine von Zenge with an apt comparison:

“If everyone had green glasses instead of eyes, they would have to judge that the objects they see through them are green - and they would never be able to decide whether their eyes show them the way they are or whether they are not adding something to them that does not belong to them but to the eye. So it is with the mind. We cannot decide whether what we call Truth is Truth or whether it only seems so to us. If the last is, the truth that we collect here is no longer after death - and all efforts to acquire property that also follows us into the grave are in vain. "
„Die rastlose Selbstzerstörung der Aufklärung zwingt das Denken dazu, sich auch die letzte Arglosigkeit gegenüber den Gewohnheiten und Richtungen des Zeitgeistes zu verbieten.“

Referenz: https://beruhmte-zitate.de/zitate/123132-theodor-w-adorno-die-rastlose-selbstzerstorung-der-aufklarung-zwing/
„Die rastlose Selbstzerstörung der Aufklärung zwingt das Denken dazu, sich auch die letzte Arglosigkeit gegenüber den Gewohnheiten und Richtungen des Zeitgeistes zu verbieten.“

Referenz: https://beruhmte-zitate.de/zitate/123132-theodor-w-adorno-die-rastlose-selbstzerstorung-der-aufklarung-zwing/
„Die rastlose Selbstzerstörung der Aufklärung zwingt das Denken dazu, sich auch die letzte Arglosigkeit gegenüber den Gewohnheiten und Richtungen des Zeitgeistes zu verbieten.“

Referenz: https://beruhmte-zitate.de/zitate/123132-theodor-w-adorno-die-rastlose-selbstzerstorung-der-aufklarung-zwing/
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Sonntag, Juni 17, 2012

Published by OK1RR: DJ6SI - Report on the arrest in Kos, Gr eece

My wife is suffering from Alzheimer and has three bypasses. I was accused of conducting radio communications without a Greek radio license. The second accusation was that I could also watch other frequencies with my transceiver, a FT-890AT. My objection was rejected that I operate legally on base of the CEPT regulations. The hotel manager printed the CEPT list which is available on the website of the DARC and handed the printout out to the attorney. The paper was ignored, folded and put into the pocket. My transceiver was confiscated together with the power supply and the headphones with the remark that it had to be checked by a specialist. They also tried to confiscate my notebook which I tried to defeat because the notebook was not related to the transceiver that had to be checked.

Two mobile phones, cameras and the log book were also confiscated; we were handcuffed and taken to the police station. The handcuffs were so tight that they cut into my flesh and draw blood.

I was taken to a hospital where the wound my on hand was treated. In absence of a prison cell, the police wanted to put me into a drunk tank but the attending physician declined that. So I had to spend four hours at the police station sitting on a chair. My hint that I had to see my un-oriented wife was rejected by saying that she is enclosed in the (hotel?) room and being closely guarded from outside.

After long discussions I was then escorted by two police officers to visit my wife at the hotel, medicate and dress her. Personal care and showering, was rejected. Back at the police station a protocol was created.

Then we were driven to the courthouse. It was now 11AM. I was photographed and fingerprinted in the courtyard of the courthouse.

Then we waited again until 4PM under police protection, when I was presented to the attorney who explained me the charges in a two- minute talk: transmitting without permission, having a radio with frequencies other than intended for amateur radio operators and the hindrance in handing out my notebook.

I was commissioned to the court for the next day at 12:00. I had to wait until 16:00 until a judge and an attorney came. The judge told me that he had no translator and appointed a new proceeding for the next day at 12:00. When I objected that we had to fly back the next day, he explained: "this is your problem". Finished.

I called the German Embassy in Athens on the morning of the next day and got the notification of the German-speaking lawyer on Kos. We met an hour before the opening hearing. My luck was that he was once interested in amateur radio. I handed him the documents that were kindly printed out by the hotel management had kindly printed for me:

CEPT regulations of the DARC and this also in Greek language. The hearing was very noisy and the objection of the attorney, he would turn to the European Court, the judge adjourned the hearing, let me go back to Germany and decreed that the lawyer could attend the next hearing alone.

My wife and I had not taken any food for sixteen hours; it was not even offered us. I had no way to sleep for 34 hours. All this as a consequence of an anonymous tip that I had been working without authorization and that I could hear other transmitters. The prosecution referred to a charge on a law dating back to the year 1929!

I was acquitted of the first charge concerning amateur radio in the second court date. I was however punished with 5 months of prison with three years of probation for the refusal of handing out my notebook and the attempt to make it unusable. [Source]

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