Angela Merkel poses with a Syrian refugee outside a refugee shelter before the wave of terror attacks occurred on her own soil. In light of the terror attacks, her controversial open-door immigration policy has now drawn ire from concerned German citizens.
July 2016 – GERMANY – Angela Merkel’s open door policy to refugees is no longer welcomed in Germany following four savage Muslim attacks in a week. Attitudes to Syrians seeking asylum has hardened after ISIS suicide bomber Mohammad Daleel blew himself up outside a wine bar in the quiet in the quiet Barvarian market town of Ansbach. Other violence over the space of four days in the last week has left Germans feeling vulnerable and afraid. A new survey found that 83% of Germans see immigration as their nation’s biggest challenge – twice as many as a year ago.
More than 200,000 failed asylum seekers like Daleel remain in the country – and many Germans blame Merkel for inviting more than a million refugees into the country in the past year without adequate background checks. The mood sweeping Germany was summed up by mother of two Anna Lissner who said she now feared for her children’s safety. ‘The suicide bombing has proved we do not know who we have invited in,’ said the 47-year-old who lives in the town of Ingolstadt, which is located on the River Danube, southern Germany. The video below was filed before the terror attacks.
‘We have to be humanitarian and it was right to accept refugees but we now realize we do not know where they are from and what they will do. More checks should have been made before anyone was allowed to settle.’ A bloody week of violence that rocked Germany began on July 18th when Pakistani teenager Riaz Khan Ahmadzai, 17, posing as an Afghan refugee, hacked at passengers on a train in Wurzburg with an axe, wounding five. He was shot dead by police. Four days later mentally unstable German-Iranian teenager Ali Sonboly shot nine people dead during a rampage through a shopping centre in Munich before taking his own life.
Sonboly claimed he was taking revenge for being bullied at school with no political motive to the murderous rampage. Two days later a Syrian refugee, 21, hacked a pregnant woman to death in Reutlingen and on the same night Daleel, 27, injured 12 people when he detonated a rucksack packed with metal shards and screws. Daleel carried out the attack on behalf of the terror group ISIS and had planned to kill hundreds by detonating him bomb at an open-air music festival. He was only thwarted after being turned away by security guard Pascal Bohm and instead detonated his rucksack bomb outside a wine bar. And today it emerged a gang of six men stormed a swimming pool stormed into a German swimming pool yelling ‘Allahu Akbar.’ The gang, in their twenties, spat at women and children because they were swimming in the nude and called all the females ‘sluts’ in the town of Geldern in the North Rhine-Westphalia region.
Fears were first raised about the influx of refugees at the start of the year when hundreds of women were sexually assaulted by ‘mobs of foreign men’ in the city of Cologne during New Year celebrations. The culmination of the this week’s bloodshed has led to calls from politicians for Merkel to take back control of its border – and cut immigration. Sahra Wagenknecht, leader of the far-left Linke party, said the German Chancellor’s statement ‘wir schaffen das’ (we can manage) when she opened the country’s doors to those fleeing war zones had been found wanting. Wagenknecht said the ‘intake and integration of a large number of refugees and immigrants is accompanied by considerable problems.’
And even one of Merkel’s deputies admitted Germany cannot control the number of migrants crossing their borders insisting the country needs its sovereignty back. Stephan Mayer called immigration a ‘big challenge’ for law enforcement, and said the government were not able to register and control. ‘We have to regain sovereignty and we have to regain the rule of rights. There’s a lot of space for improvement,’ he said. ‘We were not able to register and control all the migrants that crossed the German border.’ –Daily Mail
It’s fairly safe to say that lunatics are now running the insane asylum. These politicians have done nothing but ruin their countries with lies, bad decisions, and fiscal irresponsibility. This is what happens when you put woefully unqualified low-grade career lawyers in charge of running something as complex as a country. When Barack Obama took office, the U.S. federal debt was $10.6 trillion dollars. He has managed to nearly double the U.S. debt in 8 years with very little to show for it except more bullets, planes, tanks, and of course Obamacare. Barack Obama is officially now the ‘worst fiscal manager’ in the history of the world. He has given America $10 trillion dollars more in red ink than it had before. The fact that he is endorsing Hillary Clinton for president and passing the political baton down to her, should be even more reason to run from her. Never mind the lies she told and the classified emails she can’t seem to account for – she now wants to do another number on you with immigration by bringing in more Syrian refugees into the U.S.
More Syrian refugees to the U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Sunday that the United States should accept 65,000 refugees from Syria to help alleviate the humanitarian crisis created by the war there. “We’re facing the worst refugee crisis since the end of World War II and I think the United States has to do more,” the former secretary of state said Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation. I would like to see us move from what is a good start with 10,000 to 65,000 and begin immediately to put into place the mechanisms for vetting the people that we would take in.”
She said there should be a focus on admitting the most vulnerable, like persecuted religious minorities, or those who had been brutalized, like the Yazidi women. Clinton also said, “I want the United States to lead the world,” and said the United Nations Secretary General should call for a meeting at the upcoming U.N. General Assembly meeting in which countries make specific commitments about to provide money and aid. –CBS News