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 Post subject: Re: Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win
PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 6:28 am 
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The refugees that came in don't have the skills or education to do the jobs that are available/needed.


Or even the culture.

Muslim women don't work, they are not emancipated, female Muslim unemployment in the UK is something like >80% in some newly arrived communities.

And Muslim men often won't tolerate female managers or even working with females. My other half has some first hand experience of that, and the Muslim in question was a Turk! and Turkey is quite westernised. Still has more than it's share of Islamic fruitloops though.


They won't even let the Muslim women come here, because according to Islam they'd have to take the religion of their husband just like Muslim man is to make his wife a Muslim - or at least the children.

So, to prevent any accidental marriages between Muslim women and non-Muslim men, it is best to keep them at home making Muslim babies and to save them from this difficult dilemma.


Unfortunately the feminists will never come to recognize your point - since the rate at which Muslim men refuse to work there won't be that many first hand experiences of working with them, at least not in jobs with female managers. So the feminists will blame it all on racism, they'd love to work under female managers but racism is somehow preventing them from seeking employment.

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 Post subject: Re: Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win
PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 9:07 am 
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Yes, so why do these greedy globalist pirates want to import all that dead weight into countries they're trying to rob ? It doesn't seem to fit in Mdiehl's myopic world view.

The only answer that does fit is the strategy of a long term, gradual assimilation and westernization of muslims. Again with the primary driver being concerns about mitigating future conflicts and population control.

I didn't say it was a good plan... Personally I think it's hopeless.... I'm merely trying to illuminate what is probably at work. I guarantee you this is some G7 country master strategy to try to manage the human race. Their 2 main worries being population control and the ever increasing danger of biological weapons. Some day a country like NK or ISIS will create a virus that can wipe out the planet.. and a vaccine... The only way to combat that inevitability is a crazy social plan... which seems to be under way...

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 Post subject: Re: Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win
PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 9:34 am 
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Put the 600 lb gorilla of islam aside, it is quite a challenge to expect an illiterate Afghan who doesn't speak one word of German, is used to wiping his ass with a rock and having fried goat rectum on holidays and ass raping boys when there aren't women around...to learn how to take a shower, make coffee and get in to the VW plant to assemble a diesel engine with a fake emissions computer.

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 Post subject: Re: Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win
PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 10:40 am 
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What we should be doing is start air dropping faptops with a TB of hot porno over India, rural China, and the ME. That'll westernize those shaggers faster than importing them.... And destroy their birth rates.

Give them an alternative to that thing with the moustache in the tent and your job is done. Their women will thank us too... They won't have time for hatin.... they'll be too busy trying to find a place to recharge the battery....

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 Post subject: Re: Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win
PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 11:20 am 
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For those who do not comprehend why the EU encourages in-migration, here are some primers.

This first one is a 2 year old news article that preceded the recent flux.
Key motives:
1. Encourage the recruitment of more entrepreneurs and laborers (translated: increase the tax base, suppress wages).
2. Create a rationalization for more centralized EU bureaucracy to "allocate" immigrants to EU member states.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/658812/Brussels-chief-unveils-EU-master-plan-MORE-economic-migration

This one is from August this year.

Notice how the discussion of income growth and need for people to support pensions doesn't envision alternatives such as defined contribution plans rather than defined benefits plans. That is because in a defined benefits plan, the government still controls the money. Which means that globalists control the money. Wanna bet on the efficiency of the use of those funds? Also notice how there is no discussion of raising taxes on the super-wealthy? No discussion of reducing economic relations with the allegedly threatening Russians?

http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2017/08/15/heres-why-europe-really-needs-more-immigrants/#5ea427d74917

The EU hates the idea of a Catalan independence movement. That's a threat to the EU bureaucracy, and a threat to the Globalist agenda of ratcheting up bureaucracy for the purpose of maximizing the extraction of wealth from the many by the few.

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 Post subject: Re: Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win
PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 11:23 am 
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Honestly, a smarter immigration policy would be for the EU to only accept women from countries where women are oppressed. Import the people who want more freedom, who can make babies, and are generally less likely to experience sudden jihad syndrome.

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 Post subject: Re: Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win
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It's been almost 2 months since the election and Frau Merkel is still trying to form a new government:


https://www.yahoo.com/news/crunch-time- ... 12524.html

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Crunch time for Merkel to build coalition or face new polls
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Berlin (AFP) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel resumed complex coalition talks Saturday in a last-ditch effort to forge a government and avert a political crisis in Europe's biggest economy.

The veteran leader, in power since 2005, won a September 24 vote without a clear majority for her conservative CDU/CSU bloc, largely because of the rise of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD), and must now build an unlikely alliance with the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) and left-leaning Greens.

But their deep policy differences, especially on immigration and the environment, have hobbled the monthlong negotiating marathon, leading party leaders to miss a Thursday deadline and declare they will push on until Sunday evening.

Until and unless the motley crew of four parties, which spans the mainstream political spectrum, strikes a deal, Germany's government remains in effective limbo with Merkel serving as a caretaker chancellor.

If they fail, Germany would probably hold snap elections, which would leave Merkel increasingly exposed to a rising band of critics within her own ranks and could further bolster the anti-Islam AfD.

"There is the will to ensure that this political task succeeds, but it cannot succeed at any price," warned Alexander Dobrindt, a member of the CSU, the Bavarian party allied with Merkel, after arriving for the talks.

"Sunday at 18:00 (17:00 GMT), it's over. This weekend, we must decide," said FDP leader Christian Lindner.

In an interview with Die Welt newspaper, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier called on the four parties to act responsibly in order to avoid a new vote.

Merkel, no longer deemed invincible after her poor election result, "now faces the most difficult task of her leadership so far," judged the Sueddeutsche Zeitung daily.

- 'Hanging by a thread' -

Hours after a 15-hour red-eye meeting ended at around 4:00 am Friday, Merkel, the veteran of countless all-night EU summits, said that "the task of forming a government for Germany is so important that the effort is worthwhile".

Horst Seehofer, the embattled leader of the CSU, said that "we have the goal of finishing by Sunday" because the German people had the right to know whether or not a new government could be formed.

Looming over the political drama is the prickly issue of immigration, a hot-button topic since Merkel threw open German borders in 2015 to a mass influx of over one million asylum seekers.

While the CSU has been sharply critical and wants to cap future arrivals at 200,000 a year, the Greens argue that more refugees should be allowed to bring their families.

Deep differences also remain on climate policy, where the Greens want to phase out dirty coal and combustion-engine cars, while the conservatives and FDP emphasise the need to protect industry and jobs.

The Greens face a party congress in a week's time, where rank-and-file members will give the thumbs up or down on the concessions their leaders may have wrested from the other parties.

- 'Merkel's fading star' -

Martin Schulz of the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) -- Merkel's former junior coalition partner, which went into opposition after a stinging election loss -- re-emerged to criticise the painful process.

He charged that the four parties were searching for the "lowest common denominator" in an atmosphere of "maximum mutual distrust", led by Merkel, whom he labelled the "world champion in vagueness".

Schulz also charged that the odd alliance would diminish Germany's role in the EU and contribute to the "paralysis of Europe".

The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper commented that, despite the hurdles, "Merkel can't afford to fail, because the SPD... won't come to her rescue again".

The smaller parties, it said, "are already fighting at the expense of the chancellor, who won't necessarily get the credit if the talks succeed, but who will certainly be blamed if this experiment fails".

Fresh elections would heap pressure on all parties, the paper added, but especially on the chancellor "because then Merkel's star will fade even more quickly, maybe even for good."

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 Post subject: Re: Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win
PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 3:04 pm 
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Mutti's turn.

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What could a "pro-business" party and the Greens POSSIBLY have in common? Open borders perhaps? Otherwise, there can't be much.

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 Post subject: Re: Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win
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jack t ripper wrote:
What could a "pro-business" party and the Greens POSSIBLY have in common? Open borders perhaps? Otherwise, there can't be much.


Surely agreeing with the AfD to cut migration (very popular) and aside from that CDU policies would be the way to go, but the European establishment doesn't give a flying fuck about what the plebs want on this issue.

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