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Social Criticism

Who is Teaching in German Universities? (1968)

Edited by Karlheinz Deschner

Hans Wollschläger on Helmut Thielicke, Wolfgang Beutin on Golo Mann and Fritz Fischer, Peter Schütt on Benno von Wiese, Joseph Welter on Alexander Mitscherlich, Karlheinz Deschner on Walter Jens



The Moloch (1992)

A Critical History of the U.S.

Karlheinz Deschner sets his critical sights on American past and present. He describes American historical development from the beginnings to the present day and condemns the depredations of the white invaders as well as Operation Desert Storm in the Persian Golf.

What I Think (1994)

Karlheinz Deschner: "As far into the past we look, it seems that the main object of empires and states has been to fleece the common people, to shear and slaughter at will, as much as the flags, the leaders and the mottoes may have differed. The predation is usually legitimate and lawful, royally sanctioned. From this perspective, statecraft is the only art which never requires new inspiration, democracy is only the latest means to hoodwink the people with lofty words, and the only system that -- for the time being -- deserves any faith is the solar system."


For a Bit of Meat (1998)

The Blackest of Crimes
(With an afterword by Nelly Moia) .

Christian John, writing in Diesseits: "This 88-page volume For a Bit of Meat shows another side of the religion critic Karlheinz Deschner. It is a collection of texts dealing with 'the blackest of crimes,' namely, the suffering which humans inflict upon animals. The book contains aphorisms and three essays of this angry, aging man."



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