July 27, 2016
Last year it was all happy-time smiles. Then came the gang-sex attacks and random mass murders.
Turns out diversity is a bit too vibrant for the Germans.
More than four-fifths of Germans have named migration as the biggest challenge their country faces in a new study after a record influx of more than a million migrants entered Germany last year.
Pollster GfK’s latest “Challenges of Nations” report, which annually surveys citizens of EU countries, found Germany is having trouble coming to terms with the migration wave. Already last year a record number of Germans — 35 per cent — cited immigration as their top concern.
After a week in which Germany has been beset with violence, 2015’s figure has more than doubled. Eighty-three per cent of Germans now say last year’s huge immigration influx is the key problem their country faces. An axe attack, a mass shooting, a machete attack, and a suicide bombing all struck German soil within the space of a week, the perpetrators of which all had a migrant background.
Three of the four culprits were recent arrivals to Germany, leaving many people concerned about the huge influx of people welcomed in by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s “open door” immigration policy.
Yeah, no one could have predicted it though.
I mean back when she was inviting all of these people in last year, it was only really scumbags like Andrew Anglin who were saying it was going to lead to problems.
I mean, it isn’t like Angela Merkel could have been expected to Google “violent crime rates among immigrant populations” or “literacy rate Pakistan” or “Sweden rape statistics.” It’s also not like she’s ever been to France, to see how their situation was going with the millions of Moslems they brought into their country.
Faulting Merkel for inviting over 2 million illiterate military-aged Moslem men to come live on welfare in Germany because she felt bad they are poor is not only racist – it’s sexist.
Grannies are perfectly good leaders for Western nations. Everyone makes mistakes.
Set to this backdrop of alarm, this year’s “Challenges of Nations” survey, which started in 1992, found German people were more concerned about immigration than the citizens of any other European Union (EU) nation. Twenty-three nations participated in the study.
Two-thirds of respondents said they don’t mind how the problems immigration poses are dealt with, but other Germans were divided on the issue.
GfK CEO, Raimund Wild, said: “Every seventh person [concerned about immigration] wants it solved in terms of positive integration. Every fifth person opposes any further immigration.” Mr. Wild said that whilst the number of people supporting better integration of migrants has increased, the number of people supporting a ban on migration increased much more.
Yeah, that’s all it takes.
Just gotta get em good and integrated.
Like France did with their massive Islamic population.
French Moslems have assimilated so hard they are now more French than the French.
Until then, you just take everyone’s freedoms and deploy the military onto the streets.
Officials in Germany are considering deploying the army inside the country in the wake of multiple attacks, while the governor of Bavaria says Islamic terror has already “arrived.”
“Each attack, each act of terrorism, is one too many. Islamist terrorism has arrived in Germany,” Horst Seehofer, the governor of the German state of Bavaria, told reporters on Tuesday. The official gave a joint news conference with Bavaria’s interior minister, Joachim Hermann, following a summit of the local government, where security issues dominated the agenda.
…During Tuesday’s press conference, Seehofer said Germany is facing “a new dimension of terror,” while Bavaria’s interior minister announced that the state’s police ranks would be increased. Hermann also suggested that Germany’s army (Bundeswehr) could be used to aid police in dealing with major terror threats. The debate over whether to deploy the Bundeswehr domestically should not wait “until the next attack happens,” he stressed, as quoted by General-Anzeiger. Lawmakers in Berlin are also discussing the possibility of establishing “troops of reservists” to aid police during internal crisis situations, German media outlet Bild reported, citing its own sources.
In July, Germany approved its new military roadmap, the White Paper, which allows for the use of the German army inside the country in cases of large-scale terror attacks.
And if Germans ever get to feel like they’re permanently losing their freedoms and their entire society for aggressive chaos and a police state, all they have to do is look at France and realize full integration is just a few short years away.