The militaristic policies of the German government are opposed by the vast majority of the country’s population. This opposition, however, finds no expression in the official media. In order to break through the media’s silence, the German Socialist Equality Party (PSG) is publishing a series of “Voices against war” as part of its campaign for the European election.
We present here a video post by long-time PSG member Werner Siepmann, who was born on April 21, 1931, and was just 8 years old when the war began. The experiences of his early youth were formative in determining his world outlook and contributed to his decision to join the socialist movement.
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