Are you surprised by the
Are you surprised that the Russian ambassador in
Turkey was shot
I am not, on both these issues I was right that Islamic terrorists would attack large ‘soft targets’ and that the political elite would see open season declared on them.
The attack in
just as horrifying as Paris or Nice or Cologne, the blame for
this mess lies with politicians who wanted to sacrifice our security to the
‘alter of diversity’. In the race to score brownie points and control the
narrative, the safety of the population was put at serious risk.
Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor has blood on her hands.
The attack in
by using a truck as a weapon isn’t new, but it is deadly, 12 people are dead
and it is said that about 50 more are injured. At present, the Police are said
to be hunting Anis Amri, a refugee who came to Germany earlier this year, as
the people of Berlin were being murdered and killed, Angela Merkel was at a
ceremony to ‘honour’ migrants, talk about bad timing!
My articles of last year were to come true, Merkel allowed a free for fall to develop instead of doing what is necessary.
What is necessary?
Every migrant should be removed from general population and placed in detention camps, the people would need to be vetted and those Syrians deemed safe would be allowed back into society subject under strict conditions. All the other bogus asylum seekers who are economic migrants would be deported back to their home countries.
At present there is a manhunt for Anis Amri who is thought to be armed and 'highly dangerous, it is also said that he could be a member of a 'large' Islamic organisation and had weapons training abroad. This begs the question, why was he allowed to wander freely in
To show how ridiculous the Germans are acting, the first pictures of him released in
have his eyes deliberately covered, thought to be because of strict privacy
laws there. You couldn’t make this up, a wanted man sought in connection with a
major terrorist attack and the is playing stupid
bloody games endangering more lives. German
People need to know everything about Anis Amri who was born in the desert town of
Tataouine in 1992; this is
a well-known ISIS stronghold close to the
Libyan border. People need a full description and total honesty from the
authorities something which at present is slow to come.
Anis Amri claimed to be an asylum seeker and posed as a refugee to get temporary permission to stay in the country, this is a loophole that must be closed. It is thought that the terrorist suspect might be injured as squads of officers have been to every hospital in
and the surrounding state of Brandenburg
as the manhunt continues. The German Police are at present an international
laughing stock; and allowed the ISIS killer behind Germany's worst terror attack since
1980 to get an 18 hour head start after they initially bungled their investigation.
Angela Merkel who is to face the
Germany public in elections next
'It would be particularly hard to bear for all of us if it was confirmed that a person committed this crime who asked for protection and asylum in
This attack, the bungled investigation will lead to a real outpouring of anger by the German people, the outcry has already started with Horst Seehofer, the minister-president of Bavaria and one of the harshest critics of her open-door asylum policy saying,
'We owe it to the victims, to those affected and to the whole population to rethink our immigration and security policy and to change it.'
The change that the German people need however might come in the shape of AfD leader Frauke Petry who has said Angela Merkel is "finished" in the wake of the
AfD (Alternative für Deutschland) is a far right party which has been gaining ground in
for sometime; they stand a chance of taking control of Germany as the
population demand action. The response by Merkel and her government has been
woeful such as a proposal for a burka ban among other ‘tat’.
AfD leader Frauke Petry put it pretty bluntly when she said:
“We cannot go on denying there is a link between Merkel's migration policy and these attacks”.
And the truth is that she is right.
A recent poll showed that 80 per cent of Germans seriously reject Angela Merkel's migration policy, even if they are not in the streets demonstrating about it. It could be that next year there will be a tsunami which will sweep Merkel and her ilk from power, and not a moment too soon. There will end up being a new agenda in
which will be universally adopted…. deportation!
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