Angela Merkel is failing on all fronts: The migrant crisis is disintegrating Germany from within
On May Day, Angela Merkel’s CDU party planned a demonstration against violence towards police in Berlin. A noble cause, and certainly something people could relate to on all political sides. Well, it was nice while it lasted. The protest had to be cancelled due to safety concerns of left-wing violence. It has come so far that the ruling party is surrendering to violent threats against peaceful protests in the German capital!
Prosecutors in Germany are overworked and have to drop cases because of the sheer number of offences. Some have warned that suspects are walking the streets freely, this also includes ISIS women. Recently, two ISIS women returned with their children, and the Federal court, understaffed and struggling to function, was unable to issue arrest warrants or to monitor them.
It’s even worse in Bremen, where the head of the Office for Migration and Refugees failed to check people coming from ISIS areas! Currently, thousands of asylum decisions from that office are being checked. The security risks can’t be overstated. Meanwhile, prisons are overflowing with foreigners, and in many prisons, German is becoming a foreign language.
We should not be giving up our rights to a peaceful protest. Due to the violence, it now takes an army to ensure the deportation of a single man. In Ellwangen police were surrounded by and threatened by around 150 African refugees. They were forced to release the man, who was already in handcuffs.
Now police are warning that the remaining refugees in Ellwangen want to arm themselves and might start a “mini war” if future deportations take place.
The police raided the asylum centre three days later, in an attempt to show strength, and arrested a handful of men. The Togolese man, who was to be deported to Italy, was among them. This police raid included hundreds of officers and special units. The cost for this ‘enrichment’ is yet to be seen, if we need an army every single time we want to deport just one rejected refugee.
Now police are warning that the remaining refugees in Ellwangen want to arm themselves and might start a “mini war” if future deportations take place. Had Germany really wanted to show strength, there would have been mass deportations following the events and a zero tolerance policy would have been implemented. This, of course, will never happen. Rather, police are openly threatened with a war by people claiming to seek refuge.
People are beginning to see the full scale of this orchestrated state failure by Merkel and her cronies, who enrich themselves by opening refugee hotels. Some CDU politicians are going to make millions from this lucrative new business model on the backs of the taxpayer and, of course, the horrible human toll paid too often!
If polls in which the SPD and CDU continue to fall are any indication, then Germans have had enough and a change in the political landscape is coming, as the populist AfD continues to gain momentum.