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« Reply #290 on: February 16, 2017, 06:46:41 PM »

MERKEL SAVAGED: Italy's fury over refusal to honour Amri cops over 'political correctness'

MAJOR crimes committed by migrants are constantly being "covered up" by the German government - yet the country will not honour officers who risked their own lives to kill a terrorist, an Italian newspaper has furiously claimed.

Rapes, murders and terror plots have been kept from the general public for weeks, or played down in press statements from Angela Merkel's office, a political commentator has claimed.

When the Freiburg teenager was raped and thrown in the river Dreisam by an Afghan asylum seeker - it took weeks for the media to be informed.

Meanwhile, a terror attack planned for the Christmas market in the city of Ludwigshafen in early December was stopped when a 12-year-old Iraqi boy was arrested - but again the media was not told.

Now Italians are furious that Germany has decided against awarding any honours to Cristian Movio and Luca Scatà who bravely shot dead terrorist Anis Amri.

Amri massacred 12 people as they shopped and walked around the festive village on December 19.

The pair, from the Sesto San Giovanni Police, shot the armed terrorist dead four days later.

But reports suggest they will not be rewarded because they posted images on Facebook which included Benito Mussolini, former leader of the National Fascist Party.

Italian journalist Gian Micalessin has condemned Germany over the decision, claiming the "great" Angela Merkel should not let a photograph published in a private domain like Facebook stop police from being credited for stopping a jihadi terrorist.

He said: "A mass murderer who, after hitting in Berlin, had managed, thanks to the stupidity and inefficiency of the German security forces, to emerge from Germany and arrive in our country.

"So let's say it once more: the little Italian proves a country infinitely more efficient, more courageous, more human than this giant Teutonic prone to the whims and fears of political correctness."

Italians have been left reeling after it was revealed Berlin did not see it fit to reward their "protectors of men".

The Italian Government decided to release the names of the officers through pride at their bravery.
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« Reply #291 on: February 17, 2017, 06:43:58 PM »

'For God's sake Angela, go!' - Merkel blow as poll finds TWO THIRDS want new leader

ANGELA Merkel’s desperate attempts to cling onto power were looking increasingly forlorn today as a bombshell poll revealed two-thirds of Germans think it is time for her to go.


Migrants should be given voting right before naturalization - German Commissioner
""“We can only reach a good level of co-existence, when all [members of our society] will be able to take part in political, economic and cultural life of Germany,” Oezoguz said as she presented the concept in Berlin on Tuesday."

Meanwhile, thanks to the booming success of co-ecistence, Security Personnel to Be Permanently Stationed at Cologne Cathedral
“Cologne Cathedral is to introduce stringent new security measures amid ongoing security fears, with worshippers’ bags being searched and private security drafted in.”

This is the new Germany, thanks to Angela Merkel. The cost of these security measures is astronomical, as is the cost of taking care of the Muslim migrants, most of whom don’t get jobs but go on welfare. Merkel is bankrupting and destroying Germany to pursue her internationalist agenda.

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« Reply #292 on: February 23, 2017, 03:02:46 PM »

Economist suggests move would trigger "internal civil war"

Paul Joseph Watson | - FEBRUARY 22, 2017

Leftists in Germany want to give non-citizens, including refugees, the right to vote in elections, according to a new survey.
Supporters of Germany’s major political parties were asked if electoral laws should be changed to allow non-EU citizens living permanently in Germany to vote.

Among supporters of the Social Democrats (SPD), 63.7% supported the proposal, along with 64.8% of Green Party voters. Among centrist parties, there was moderate opposition to the proposal, whereas supporters of the anti-immigration AfD party opposed the idea by a 96.9% margin.

Latest polls show that Social Democrats leader Martin Schultz would beat Chancellor Angela Merkel if balloting was based on a direct leadership vote. The German federal election takes place on September 24 this year.

This means that if elected Schultz would have the backing of the majority of his supporters should he wish to try and enact the measure.
The obvious benefit to the left of giving non-citizens the vote is that they will overwhelmingly vote for left-wing parties who will reward them by maintaining and expanding the welfare state.

“Essentially, they want to give the refugees a right to vote. They need not be an EU citizen nor do they need to pay taxes. The mere right to vote is you happen to be there at the time,” writes economist Martin Armstrong.
“Can you imagine letting everyone from Mexico come into the USA and then vote if the United States should petition Mexico to join them? It seems the left is just totally insane. They will do absolutely anything to win and that means they will allow all of the Middle East to enter Germany and then outnumber the Germans in their own election?! Where is the logic here?”

Armstrong predicts that if the SPD tried to move ahead with allowing refugees to vote, it would set off an “internal German civil war”.


From Merkel the Communist to Schultz, the JEW!
Can't get any worse, can it?
Sarkozy, Hollande and now Schultz - a cancerous Tribe in our midst.

The Golden Dawn

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« Reply #293 on: March 28, 2017, 07:41:41 PM »

 Germany suggests the EU should impose sanctions on countries refusing to take back their nationals deported from the bloc. The measures include tightening “generous” visa policies towards these countries’ senior officials, as well as curbs on financial aid.

Addressing an EU meeting in Brussels, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said the 28-member bloc needs to get tough on countries reluctant to take back failed asylum applicants, Spiegel reported on Tuesday.

Berlin’s proposal to unleash “a whole range of policy measures to encourage the readiness to receive the returnees” has been met with “great approval,” the magazine said.

“It is mandatory under international law to take one’s own citizens back,” de Maiziere stated, adding that “many states are not pleased to do so.”

“If a country is not ready to take its own citizens back, it has to understand that visa policies which allow travel to Europe are not as generous as they used to be, maybe even for the country’s leadership,” de Maiziere said.

The minister added it is necessary “to put all eggs you have in the negotiation basket” while talking to North African and other countries.

According to government statistics cited by Spiegel, around 207,000 migrants were obliged to leave Germany as of the end of 2016, including approximately 99,000 failed asylum seekers. Last year, 27,000 people were deported, while another 54,000 decided to leave voluntarily after receiving government cash offers incentivizing them to return home.

Some EU countries, however, resist the implementation of certain repatriation schemes, particularly the Dublin Regulation stipulating that refugees can be returned to the first EU state they arrived in. Greece has recently said it will cease to take refugees back as its immigration capacities are all but on the verge of collapse.

On Sunday, Greek Immigration Minister Ioannis Mouzalas told Spiegel “it would be a mistake to make Greece’s burden heavier by the revival of the Dublin agreement,” accusing Germany of forcing Athens “to bear a large portion of the burden.”

The European Commission demands that Greece take back all migrants who arrived in the country since March 15 this year, de Maiziere maintained, adding that there are “not many of them.” Greece received “a lot of money” to accommodate migrants in compliance with human rights standards, he said.

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