Dee Ex (pronounced "Die Ex", like: "The Ex-Girlfriend"), whose real name is Mia Herm ,  (* 1982 in Berlin ) is a right -wing rapper who is positioned in the openly right-wing extremist music scene. Her brief engagement with the party Die Freiheit caused a sensation , from which she split in November 2010 due to different political views on Israel . As one of the few hip-hop interpreters from the political right, she was a topic in various media - alongside anti-fascist onesand right also those who reported on different cross front activities.    
Mia Herm began her career as a German rapper in 2008 and 2009.  Her music was based on self-produced titles and video clips that she produced herself and posted online on the Internet platforms Facebook and YouTube . As an artist, she adopted the pseudonym “Dee Ex” - according to her own statements, a consciously chosen analogy to the term “ex-girlfriend”, which no one can stand either and which is annoying everywhere.  musically orientated, the pieces of conventional hip-hop productions. Herm placed topics such as the loss of German identity, a lack of national pride and the threat of foreign infiltration at the center of her texts”Through“ multiculturalism ”and the loss of German sovereignty within the EU . In addition, an anti- establishment attitude is typical of her texts , as is also maintained in parts of the NPD and among the Autonomous Nationalists .  In 2011, she became the specialist in a meeting Reader Brandenburg Office for Protection of the Constitution listed as an example of the Ausdifferenziertheit the current right-wing subculture. [8th]The first negative reactions came in March 2010. Facebook and YouTube blocked the musician's accounts - in the case of Facebook without comment, in the case of YouTube on the grounds that the pages violated community guidelines.  The magazine publisher Jürgen Elsässer , who is now considered a cross-front columnist and formerly assigned to the anti-German spectrum, suspected that the blockages were caused by critical articles that had previously appeared in Jungle World and on various Antifa sites.  Around the same time, a first interview with Dee Ex appeared in Junge Freiheit, which is considered to be right-wing populist. There was also a more detailed homestory in the magazine First! . Mia Herm was also at Jürgen Elsässer's side at the Compact event on July 7, 2001 following the attacks of September 11, 2001 with Jürgen Elsässer, Paul Schreyer and Bommi Baumann , as in the following episode Look who's conspiring from the series Entweder Broder you can see.
In autumn 2010, Mia Herm briefly joined the right - wing populist anti - Islamic Berlin small party Die Freiheit . According to her, the initiative came from the politician and former party founder René Stadtkewitz , who knew Herm from Junge Freiheit . Herm worked on the party program ; in addition, she was supposed to build up the party's youth organization .  Different positions on Israel, which cannot be reconciled with Stadtkewitz's attitude, led to the break in November 2010. The rift between the party and Herm was also reported on the Islamophobic website PI Newscontinued. Trigger: According to Herms' statements, PI News reported on the conflict unilaterally in favor of Stadtkewitz's position.  As Deutschrapperin Dee Ex Mia Herm participated in December 2010 at the launch event of the new magazine Compact Ratskeller Schmargendorf .    In addition to the ex- left magazine founder and editor-in-chief Jürgen Elsässer, JF participated in the presentation of the magazine, which was conceived as a cross-camp, anti-imperialist and anti- dominance superpower USA magazine-Editor-in-chief Dieter Stein and Oliver Janich part - the latter co-founder of the libertarian , social state critical small party Party of Reason .   
In addition to the activities described, Dee Ex continued to work on her musical productions. The Junge Freiheit led as evidence of their popularity an above-average number of calls in the title Internet and named it the number of over one million.  In summer 2011, Dee Ex met with rapper villain051 in a youth club in Berlin-Lichtenberg on; a larger appearance together with the right rock band category C took place on June 18, 2011 in Schönow near Berlin.  A first CD was offered in 2012 on the Schild Verlag website . However, the focus of their presence is still music clips and articles on the Internet. Their own website isflankedby a fan website called No Hoe Army, which theysay is maintained by friends. Fan page slogan: Being German is not a crime .  As an expression of her anti-Zionist stance, she took part in the al-Quds demonstration in Berlin on August 18, 2012 as part of al-Quds day .  Musically, she completed - along with category C singer Hannes Ostendorf - a vocal guest part on the album German boysof Category C. Along with rapper villain051 they played a cover version of the song Born Free one - a piece of of Landser singer Michael Regener founded successor formation Hunters And that also distributed by the NPD Schoolyard CD 2009 with included was. 
Music and resonance
Dee Ex describes her music as "German spoken word" or "patriotic rap".  In an interview on the right-wing extremist site NID infoblog , she opposed the attribution that she had nothing to do with rock music . She also contradicted the view that she was in competition with the former singer of the Landser group , Michael Regener, in the field of national music . One of the positive points of reference for her is Walther von der Vogelweide . In terms of her personal attitude, she is shaped by philanthropy and sees the good in everyone first. In the end, with patriotic music, it doesn't matter if someone is rock,Pop , rap, metal , folk music or traditional songs. Honest, non-conforming music is a means of expressing worries, fears, frustration or personal wishes.  She clearly differentiates her music from so-called ghetto rap . On this train she described Bushido and the rapper Lady Bitch Ray as inauthentic or anti-German . In contrast to these, she claims for herself a real (instead of merely exhibited) inadequacy to the current system - an attitude for which she would not compromise on mainstream offers that have already been signaled. 
Despite its clear demarcation from the hip-hop mainstream, Dee Ex received criticism in right-wing forums. However, the approval clearly predominated. The weekly newspaper Jungle World outlined them as follows: “The woman cannot complain about a lack of support. 'I admire her as a person and as an artist', the reader confesses with the pseudonym Max Mustermann in the online comment column of Junge Freiheit (JF). Also the readers of the weblog Politically Incorrect(PI) are impressed. 'Germany has just given birth to the real superstar,' enthuses a user named Spuky. On the right-wing extremist Nid Infoblog, the woman is paid 'respect' and a 'compliment' is made. Some admirers even use higher powers, such as a Helmut Bauer on the side of the JF: 'The Lord bless and protect you and give you wisdom for every further step!' ”  On Facebook she gives with slogans like“ Show courage against real violence ”clear signs to the scene, but the“ dissident left ”are just as welcome, she writes on her pin board. Occupy posters like "I'm not anti-system, system is anti-me" included. 
The publicist Jürgen Elsässer , who was controversial because of his cross-front strategy , saw positive points of contact : “'It is not a crime to be German.' Who wanted to dispute this sentence? She makes music on this line. OK, I only heard a few things, but that was totally ok and sounded good. Maybe she'll miss the mark one day - ok, she's allowed to, she's still young. In any case, it clearly distinguishes itself from right-wing radicalism, and it does not want to have anything to do with the relevant parties DVU , NPD, etc. She is quite simply a patriot and could become the voice of thousands who think alike, because her music is modern and not stupid like the folkishSchrummschumm. Your latest web entry is by the way a quote from Heinrich Heine , the great German freedom fighter, a Jew . " 
The artist names conservatives such as Roland Koch , Arnulf Baring and right-wing populists as well as the author Udo Ulfkotte as political role models .  Antifascist publications consider the demarcation from the right-wing extremist fringe to be tactically motivated or untrustworthy. On the occasion of a portrait article about the singer Netz gegen Nazis , the web portal of the Amadeu Antonio Foundation , stated a surge in modernity that can be observed in the right-wing extremist scene as well as in normal society. At least on the singer's Facebook page at the time, according to Netz gegen Nazisto hardly notice anything from a distance to the right wing scene. “Here Dee Ex posts bottle openers in the shape of a swastika , garnishes sexy pictures with the slogan 'Antifa shut up - Germany doesn't need you'. and announces that her favorites include the sensational right-wing populist ' Kopp-Verlag ', the nationalist ' German military magazine ' and the far-right news magazine 'First', both from Dietmar Munier's publishing house'lesen und Schenken '. " 
- 2011 Category C: Deutsche Jungs (guest vocals together with Category C singer Hannes Ostendorff)
- 2012 I know ... ( Schild Verlag )
- Stefan Rheinbay: Right scene: Rumpelrock and Wummerbass. Deutsche Welle , April 30, 2013, accessed May 26, 2013 .
- Dee Ex and the Nazi Rockers , Frank Metzger, Berlin right wing, June 3, 2011
- Right HipHop: Dee Ex , Milla Frühling, Netz-gegen-Nazis.de, July 28, 2011
- Rappen fürs Vaterland , Markus Ströhlein, Jungle World, March 11, 2010
- course makes "Freedom" falter , Silvio Duwe, Telepolis, November 1, 2010
- Dee Ex - "I know ..." ( Memento of the original from July 18, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. , Promo text for CD “I know…” on the Schild Verlag website. accessed on May 17, 2013
- Werner Reisinger: Out of sight. Skinheads. Paroli , July 5, 2012, archived from the original on December 28, 2013 ; accessed on March 22, 2016 .
- Music and Extremism , Dr. Lutz Neitzert, in: Culture of Hate. Extremists and music, conference proceedings on the culture of hatred, event organized by the Brandenburg Office for the Protection of the Constitution on June 16, 2011 in Potsdam (PDF; 1.3 MB)
- Big Brother against DeeEx and PR China , Jürgen Elsässer, Elsässers Blog, April 1, 2010
- According to statements by Mia Herm in: Dee Ex Interview: "Politics is pure corruption" , Junge Freiheit , November 2, 2011.
- Cay Dobberke: Rights in the town hall district announces Ratskeller Schmargendorf. Der Tagesspiegel , February 24, 2011, accessed on March 22, 2016 .
- Cay Dobberke: After right-wing meetings Schmargendorfer Ratskeller boss should be terminated. Der Tagesspiegel , January 24, 2011, accessed on March 22, 2016 .
- Cay Dobberke: Gastronomy Habel hosts take over Ratskeller Schmargendorf. Der Tagesspiegel , March 24, 2012, accessed on March 22, 2016 .
- the new right compact class , apabiz, Berlin right wing, December 8, 2010
- World premiere or world conspiracy: The Compact Conference in Berlin , Arne Zillmer, Zeit Online, November 23, 2012
- The right-wing populism of Jürgen Elsässer , Max Brym , hagalil.com, January 19, 2011
- "I have chosen freedom" ( Memento of the original from September 19, 2012 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. , Interview with Dee Ex by Moritz Schwarz, Junge Freiheit, February 6, 2010
- Neo-Nazis in Berlin & Brandenburg - an anti-fascist research. April 2013 , Fight Back # 5, April 2013, p. 35, accessed on July 16, 2013 (PDF; 10.8 MB)
- Dee Ex -… I know , entry on discogs.com, accessed May 17, 2013
- Concentrated misanthropy : the common denominator anti-Semitism 'united' at “Al-Quds-Tag” , Netz-gegen-Nazis.de, August 24, 2012
- According to statements in the article With Dee Ex 'Patriotism to Freedom: Exclusive Interview with Dee Ex . NID Infoblog, April 13, 2010.
- Manuel Ochsenreiter: Dee Ex alias Mia - "the German girl" - the rebel at the microphone. In: First! , No. 6/2010, June 6, 2010.
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||German rapper|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1982|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Berlin|