German Chancellor Angela Merkel has promised to allow even more “refugees” into Germany despite the terrorist mayhem and socioeconomic catastrophe the mass Third World invasion has already caused.
Speaking at a press conference in Berlin, Merkel said that although she did not expect as many to come this year as did in 2015, “we will not rule out taking in more refugees.”
As quoted by the Bild newspaper, Merkel said the “terrorists want to make us lose sight of what is important to us,” and said they were spreading “hatred and fear between cultures and they see hatred and fear between religions,”—but failed to admit that the invaders were able to do so because of her own policy.
Merkel said that the string of refugee-terrorist attacks were “shocking, oppressive, and depressing,” but, she said, “I am still convinced today that we can do it,” repeating her infamous remark with which she started the mass invasion in 2015.
She also presented an empty “nine-point plan” which, she claimed, would provide more security for Germans.
This meaningless “plan” consisted of phrases such as creating a “better early warning” system for terror attacks—a laughable claim in the face of the lone-wolf refugee-terrorist attacks which have already taken place.
Other empty phrases used in this “plan” included “reinforcing personnel,” giving “more money to the police,” creating a “new special authority against cybercrime,” and “evolving terrorism research,” whatever that might mean.
Finally, Merkel said that she was going to “improve European cooperation,” and improve “intelligence cooperation with the US”—as if none of that was already happening.
This clearly made-up “plan” and its meaningless platitudes was seized upon by the leader of the National Democratic party of Germany (NPD), Franz Frank, who said that they were an indication of the “bankruptcy and surrender of our nation state.”
Frank pointed out that Merkel’s policy remained “misguided mass immigration and asylum, with open borders and no security for our people.”
The NPD leader said that one of the root causes of the problem—German foreign policy—had not even been mentioned by Merkel. “Germany will remain a puppet of the US and NATO’s war policy,” he said.
He also said that the “cybercrime investigations” meant only more and continued “censorship and surveillance for ordinary people, and mass Facebook censorship.”