An adaptation from "the human comody"
Around noon, a heavy snowstorm set in, steaming the sounds coming into my apartment from the festively lit gartnerplatz. The night before, against my better judgment, i had drunk one or two mugs of mulled wine with a shot, and the steamed noises were just what i needed. Carefully, so as not to shake my alcohol-soaked brain unnecessarily, i turned to the other side and pulled the blanket over my head, but after a while i could no longer ignore the blinking of a herd of reindeer that entered my bedroom with the icy air.
Angrily i kicked the blanket away and shuffled to the window. Even though i appreciated the christmas decorations on the shop windows and the shining lights, driving a herd of cloven-hoofed animals across the square was too much of a good thing. The view out of the window did not help to lift my spirits, because the perpetrators of the christmas rest was by no means a gathering of frightened, cute hoofed animals, but a demonstration of the "new german right". One of the neo-nazi parties, which like herpes simply could not be killed, had chosen gartnerplatz of all places to demonstrate its intolerance. The fact that almost the entire federal executive committee of the afd (the "anal-fixated germans", of a relatively young party that, apart from its remarkably appropriate name, had no program at all) had mingled with the history-forgetting wutburgers, did not make the sight any better.