Nie Wieder! June 17 – As Merkel Urges Germans ‘Welcome’ Invaders!


On 17th June 1953, Germans in the Soviet Zone rose up and fought back against the quisling regime imposed by alien enemies.

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  • Geschichte / Deutschland / 20. Jh. / West-Berlin 1949-1990 / Ereignisse / 1953 / 17.Juni / Panzer, Polizei 1953
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  • Their heroism failed to carry the day, but their memory is still honoured.

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But now Angela Merkel is telling Germans to ‘welcome’ the current invasion by alien hordes, and she shamelessly misuses the word ‘refugees’ to talk about the economic migrants swarming into her country.

She wants a culture that would be more welcoming towards refugees. 

merkel  Lady Bountiful?

“There is something enriching if someone wants to come to us,” Merkel said at the townhall-style meeting. These people needed to feel at home in Germany…

http://www.dw.de/merkel-germany-is-becoming-a-country-of-immigration/a-18491165

Surely her duty to her country is to make sure Germans can feel at home in their  towns and cities…

Clashes in Berlin as refugees tear down camp – The Local

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Kottbuser Damm, Kreuzberg - flickr-artie

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…and not have their communities infested with thousands of ingrates whose refusal to ditch alien allegiances and barbaric beliefs is a threat to not just the safety but the most basic liberties of patriotic citizens?    https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2013/04/21/un-stokes-islamophobia-ultimatum-to-germany-silence-free-speech/ 

Germany once had a measure of sense, back when it needed to top up its workforce and devised the common-sense concept of gastarbeiter, ‘guest-workers,’ brought in to do some jobs and then expected to go home.

But sense fell by the wayside, and too many were allowed to linger. Some showed gratitude and adapted, but many refused, and now serve as the enemy within.

Deutsche Welle: ‘Many Turkish hearts in Germany beat for Erdogan

Alas, Merkel won’t learn from past error.

And rather than seek democratic consent for her pro-crimmigrant policy, via referendum, she came up with that neat little ‘town-hall-style’ gimmick, collecting less than a hundred citizens, no doubt carefully selected to screen out principled opposition.

Sixty individuals from German society were chosen to participate with the chancellor in a citizen dialogue called “Living well in Germany.” The conference offered opportunities for voters to speak to the leader about laws and politics in the country…

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  • And  this hand-picked handful’s input is to be evaluated by researchers and continued in the second half of the year, with the results compiled in the form of “indicators for the quality of life.” 

What a mockery of democratic practice.

If you’re going to seek the views of the people, you ask more than five dozen of them!

But why bother?

Merkel has turned her back on her own people and no matter what those people say, she’ll press on with her mad-house migrant schemes.