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If the majority of people were like this back in September:

German’s Human Side: welcome migrants and refugees:


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Millions of Germans are opening their hearts and homes to help the tired, poor and huddled masses from the Middle East, Asia and Africa find shelter and perhaps a new life. German police said they were trying to give them “a humanitarian and humane welcome”.


That is a generation of brainwashing and poor leadership.   Now in a few months after natural self-interest and self-preservation kick in,  Merkel is isolated and 40 percent want her to resign – which is a bit extreme.   The other 60 percent don't necessarily agree with her policy, but are willing to let her fix it, however they may feel this way for only a little while.   Merkel now says she intends for the refugees to return once the war in Syria is over – LOL!   That's just to buy time.   She wasn't saying that in September or even two weeks ago.

The Alternatives for Germany party leader suggested that Merkel will need to settle in Chile or Argentina after she steps down for her own protection.   Good for her!  Pack your bags and get moving!

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A must-watch from an MP from the right-wing National Alliance party in Latvia:
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Thanks for the video of the Latvian leader's speech, David.    Good show!    Also, 81% of Germans now say that Merkel has made a mess of the migrant situation as her support continues to plummet.   Please Merkel, emigrate to Argentina.  

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3431244/81-Germans-say-Merkel-mess-migrant-situation-popularity-hits-five-year-low.html



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German Catholic church bucks Merkel; calls for reduction in refugees


Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/02/german_catholic_church_bucks_merkel_calls_for_reduction_in_refugees.html#ixzz3zY3qs1MD

 

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The head of the German Roman Catholic Church has broken with most of the political elites in the country and called for a reduction in the number of refugees being allowed in.

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"As a church we say that we need a reduction in the number of refugees,” Cardinal Reinhard Marx, chairman of the German bishops’ conference, told the Passauer Neue Presse daily on Saturday. 

He added that Germany cannot “take in all the world’s needy,” according to The Guardian.

While many religious organizations have asserted it is the church’s duty to help the less fortunate, the cardinal asserted the migrant crisis should not solely be a matter of “charity but also reason.”

Cardinal Marx also expressed concern over growing xenophobia in Germany amid the worst refugee crisis Europe has seen since the second world war.

Germany’s anti-Islam group PEGIDA staged rallies in several cities across Europe on Saturday to protest the influx of refugees from the Middle East and Africa.

Last week, Frauke Petry Germany’s rightwing populist AfD party suggested that police “if need be” should threaten to shoot people seeking to enter the country.

Referencing Germany’s dark past, Cardinal Marx lamented such rhetoric saying, “Sadly there has always been a certain potential for rightwing extremism and racism in Germany,” according to The Guardian.

Nearly 30% of Germany is Catholic, making it the largest Christian denomination in the country. But the influence of Cardinal Marx and the Catholic church in general has declined in recent years as secularism/atheism has been on the rise - as it has in the rest of Europe. Still, it is a significant break with Chancellor Merkel who still insists on allowing hundreds of thousands of refugees into the country.

"Charity but also reason" is an excellent way to approach the refugee crisis. Unfortunately, Merkel's refugee policy has  has seen little reason and far too much charity. As the refugee crime wave grows and the anti-iimigrant forces swell, the political fallout for Merkel and her dwindling number of allies could eventually result in not only Merkel's ouster, but an historic repudiation of Europe's open borders policy. And with another huge wave of refugees expected as a result of the Russian/Syrian/Iranian military triumphs in Syria, Germany especially will be  forced to confront their open door policy and its consequences for the future of their country.

 

 

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Excellent article by Tony Parsons in GQ: "By promising Syrian refugees a warm welcome, German chancellor Angela Merkel is not fulfilling her country's moral duty, but fanning the flames of European fascism"

http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/germans-response-to-the-migrant-crisis-is-fanning-the-flames-of-european-fascism

 

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But it is a bit late to start worrying about social cohesion. Mutti's reckless generosity has turned one of the great European nations into a refugee camp. The strains on infrastructure have been monumental. In the western German town of Eschbach, Gabrielle Keller received a letter from her landlord telling her that the apartment block where she had lived for 23 years was being turned into a refugee shelter. "I think it's a scandal to throw tenants out of their apartments," she told Die Welt.

It was an experience replicated across Germany. In Hardheim in the southwest, 1,000 migrants were sent to live among 4,600 residents. A 1,000-year-old town was changed out of all recognition almost overnight.

But the problems of Merkel's moral imperialism feel like just the beginning. Will the newcomers settle happily in Germany? Will they integrate? Will their children and their grandchildren grow up to be fulfilled German citizens? Fingers crossed, eh, Mutti?

 


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More rape cases, more denials of the truth:
http://www.express.co.uk/comment/expresscomment/642672/police-turn-blind-eye-gang-rapists-preyed-young-girls
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