Germany Introduces Forced Integration

Posted by DanielS on Sunday, 17 April 2016 06:06.

Merkel: intent on revenge and genocide of Germans

TNO, “Germany Introduces Forced Integration” 16 April 2016:

The German government is to give nonwhite invaders preference in the job market and will legally force residential mixing in terms of a new “integration law.”

The law will artificially create 100,000 jobs which will exclusively be allocated to “refugees”—even though there are currently 1.81 million Germans who are unemployed.

To enable this preferential treatment, a currently-existing law which requires employers to give preference to German job applicants will be suspended for three years—in other words, unemployed Germans will be pushed to the back of the seeking-work queue in favor of the nonwhite invaders.

The seasonally adjusted harmonized jobless rate in Germany was, according to Trading Economics, recorded at 4.3 percent in February of 2016, unchanged from the January rate. This means that 1.81 million Germans are out of work.

The proposed law, announced this week by the Angela Merkel government, is being packaged as a measure designed to make “refugees integrate into society in return for being allowed to live and work in the country.”

Under the conservative-socialist coalition government’s measures, the “asylum seekers” will face cuts to their welfare payments if they refuse to attend language classes or “lessons in German laws or cultural basics.”

It has not been said what these “cultural basics” will entail, but, given their behavior in Germany up to this time, they will probably include exhortations not to rape, rob, commit crime, how to use toilets, etc.

The new law will also “punish” the nonwhites if they move away from the white German towns where they have been placed—because the law says the forming of “ghettos” must be prevented.

At the same time, Israel practices racial separatism, seeing no reason to take-on immigrants, let alone assimilate them with integration. On the contrary, the Jews protect their E.G.I. as sacrosanct while compelling others to blend-away theirs with each other.

Nazi genocide, German shame … Chancellor Merkel in Chagall Hall, before she addressed Israel’s parliament on the 60th anniversary of the founding of the nation. Photo: Reuters

SMH, “Merkel pledges to stand by Israel, 20 Mar 2008:

IN AN emotional tribute to victims and survivors of the Holocaust, the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, said the Nazi genocide “fills us Germans with shame” and pledged to stand by Israel’s side against any threat, particularly from Iran.

“This historic responsibility is part of my country’s fundamental policy,” Dr Merkel said in a speech delivered in German to a special session of the Israeli parliament. “It means that for me, as a German chancellor, Israel’s security is non-negotiable.       

                    Apparently being chastised by her more fully Jewish master.

      Angela Merkel: Prime Signatory of Europe’s Death Warrant

             

Our research shows that Merkel is likely to be partly Jewish.  Whatever she is and whatever her motivation, her policies lead to genocide of Europeans, especially Germans: EP President Schulz: Germany exists only in order to ensure the existence of the Jewish people.       



This is all very hard for Angela to suffer, but she’s got to do what she’s got to do for her people.

In the meantime, Gregor Gysi has been working hard in a supporting role to promote the death of Germans.

Fellow apparatchik with Merkel in the communist East German GDR government and ever the Jewish henchman, Gregor Gysi has been calling normal Germans “Nazis” for resisting their death through assimilation in waves of imposed immigration; and calls for their elimination (death) as such -  to him, “a very fortunate” prognosis.

Ladies and gentlemen, I hereby prompt you to participate at the protest,“Live better without Nazis - diversity is our future”, on the 6th of June at 10a.m. in Neurupinn. We have to take a stand against the Nazis. Because of our history between 1933 - 1945 we are obliged to treat refugees properly. We also have to save their lives in the Mediterranean. There has to be a legal [unbureaucratic] way to get asylum in Europe. Countries like Poland - very Catholic by the way - have to be willing to accept [more] refugees. Oh, and by the way: Every year more native Germans die than there are born. That is very fortunate. It’s because the Nazis are not very good at having offspring. This decline [of Germans] is why we are so dependent on immigration from foreign countries.  - See you at the protest. Goodbye! Gregor Gysi

                                       

   

               

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Posted by Augsburg on Sat, 23 Apr 2016 04:30 | #

TNO, “Three German Cities to Tip Nonwhite”, 22 April 2016:

Mass Third World immigration to Germany will “soon” cause the three German cities of Augsburg, Stuttgart, and Frankfurt to tip into majority nonwhite status, one of that country’s most prominent demographers has announced.

Speaking in an interview in the Augsburger Allgemeine newspaper, “integration expert” Jens Schneider said that Augsburg will be one of the “first major German cities where people with a migration background will form the majority population.”


Augsburg

The interview revealed that official statistics already show that “one in five” (that is, 20 percent) of people living in Germany “have foreign roots.”

This is especially so in urban areas, Schneider said, where the proportion of “people with an immigrant background” rises exponentially.

“Experts believe that Augsburg, Stuttgart, and Frankfurt are the first cities in which immigrants will become the majority,” he added.

More than half of these “foreigners” are already in possession of German nationality, Schneider continued, which means that “integration is therefore going to be the biggest challenge in coming years.”

This means that the “country is going to change,” Schneider, who is in favor of the invasion, said.

The official statistics describe people “with a migration background” as all those who are not only foreigners, but who have immigrated to Germany since 1950 and their descendants.

Although Schneider did not say it, this means the large number of Turks who entered Germany as “gastarbeiters” (guest workers) in the 1950s, supposedly to work in Germany and then go home—but who never did.

In Augsburg, he said, the “people with a migration background” segment of the population now make up over 43 percent of the city’s inhabitants—and is rising.

This trend is particularly apparent among the preschool population, where more than half of all six-year-olds are from an “immigrant background.” This latter figure, he added, was common across all of Germany.

The only element of the statistics which might affect the projections is exactly how many of the “immigrants” are from other European nations—including, interestingly, Russia.

Although Schneider and the Augsburger Allgemeine mentioned this as a factor, neither gave any definite figure in this regard, but it is likely to be less than a quarter of the overall figures.

However, any braking effect this might have on the tipping racial population balance will certainly have been more than offset by the current mass nonwhite invasion, sparked by Angela Merkel’s 2015 invitation to the entire Third World to come to Germany.

An estimated 1.5 million nonwhites have since entered Germany, although the exact numbers are unknown because of the “open borders” policy which allows anyone from anywhere to walk in, without being checked or registered.


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Posted by 17 year old German boy kicked to death by migrants on Thu, 26 May 2016 14:33 | #

A 17-year-old German boy was brutally kicked to death after being attacked by a group of migrants assumed to be Muslims.

News reports say the teen was walking with his girlfriend after a concert when they were approached by the thugs.

The attack was unprovoked.

While the thugs kicked the teen to death they sexually assaulted his girlfriend.

The unnamed teen was hospitalized with brain damage for six days before he died.

Patriots who oppose the Islamic invasion are routinely stereotyped as xenophobes, racists, and white supremacists. Seldom does the regressive left offer arguments beyond childish name calling.

The anti-German hate crime was reported May 18, 2016



Murder of Niklas P.

 


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Posted by 142,481 granted asylum in Germany on Wed, 08 Jun 2016 07:57 | #

TNO, “Germany: 142,481 Granted “Asylum” in 2016, 7 June 2016:

The German government granted “asylum” to 142,481 invaders during the first five months of 2016—and when the nonwhites get “family reunification” rights, their numbers will quintuple to at least 750,000.

At this rate, Germany will add another 1.5 million nonwhites to its population this year—a rate which will guarantee that that nation slips into majority Third World status well within the next 15 or 20 years.


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Posted by Germany welcomed 1 million refugees in 2015 on Mon, 03 Oct 2016 06:51 | #

Euractiv, “Confirmation: Germany welcomed 1 million refugees in 2015


The Berlin borough of Neukölln is nearly fifty percent Muslim, and is a magnet for Syrian refugees.
[Joel Schalit/Flickr]

The number of refugees to arrive in Germany in 2015 exceeded the 1 million prediction that was made in the midst of the crisis. EurActiv Germany reports.

The confirmation could strengthen Horst Seehofer’s demand for a cap on numbers. Today (6 January), the Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU) leader will meet with the Chancellor, Angela Merkel (CDU), where they are both expected to discuss refugee policy.

>>Read: The cruel fate of the youngest refugees

Reuters learned from government sources that the number of refugees registered in Germany’s database stood at 1.09 million by the end of 2015. In December alone, 127,320 people arrived in the country.

The Federal Minister of the Interior, Thomas de Maizière, had already said at the end of the year that November’s estimate of 800,000 for 2015 was obsolete.


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Posted by Merkel flying in 1000 per month on Mon, 21 Nov 2016 09:57 | #

TNO, “Merkel Flying in 1,000 Invaders Per Month”, 19 Nov 2016:

The Angela Merkel regime will start flying 1,000 nonwhite invaders every month into Germany as of November via specially chartered flights from Italy and Greece, it has been revealed.

The invaders are part of the European Union “deal” to redistribute the invaders who landed in the southern European nations out among EU member states.

According to a statement issued by Merkel’s Interior Minister, Thomas de Maizière, the initial plans were to “collect” 500 invaders from Greece and Italy each month and place them in a “transit camp” in Erding, near Munich.

De Maizière said that the invaders had all already applied for “asylum” in Italy and Greece, and all of them will “have a very good chance of recognition as refugees in Germany.” He said that these selected “refugees” all claim to be Eritrean, Syrian, Iraqi, Iranian, and Somalian nationals.

With all the plans now in place, he said, the Federal Government will start flying in 1,000 invaders every month from November onward.

The invaders will be “picked up and will travel by charter flights to Germany, and accommodated centrally in Erding for up to 72 hours,” De Maizière said, adding that in this way the Federal Government intends to bring at least 40,000 more “asylum seekers” to Germany.

The invaders will go through an “accelerated and success-promising asylum procedure” once they land, he added.

The move follows the EU decision to move 160,000 invaders pretending to be asylum seekers on from Greece and Italy into other EU member states.

This plan has however encountered opposition from the Eastern European member states of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland, who have all refused to accept these quotas.


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Posted by Merkel (((Merkel?))) will seek 4th term on Mon, 21 Nov 2016 10:11 | #

Bloomberg, “Merkel Portrays Herself as Stabilizing Force Seeking Fourth Term”, 20 Nov 2016:

Is Merkel the Key to Stable Continuity for Europe?

Chancellor says she weighed her decision ‘endlessly’

Says ‘absurd’ to imagine that she alone can mend world’s ills

Angela Merkel positioned herself as a force for stability in what she called “exceptionally difficult” and uncertain times as she ended months of speculation and announced that she’ll run for a fourth term as German chancellor.

For a QuickTake on Angela Merkel, her background and goals, click here.

        Note, (((Merkel’s backround))) may be a quarter Jewish or more.


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Posted by Schulz, Merkel: open borders 4 more years on Wed, 13 Sep 2017 04:04 | #

       

Gatestone Inst., “Germany Heading for Four More Years of Pro-EU, Open-Door Migration Policies”, 8 Sept 2017:

  The policy positions of Merkel and Schulz on key issues are virtually identical: Both candidates are committed to strengthening the European Union, maintaining open-door immigration policies, pursuing multiculturalism and quashing dissent from the so-called far right.

  Merkel and Schulz both agree that there should be no upper limit on the number of migrants entering Germany.

  Merkel’s grand coalition backed a law that would penalize social media giants, including Facebook, Google and Twitter, with fines of €50 million ($60 million) if they fail to remove offending content from their platforms within 24 hours. Observers say the law is aimed at silencing critics of Merkel’s open-door migration policy.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), is on track win a fourth term in office after polls confirmed she won the first and only televised debate with her main election opponent, Martin Schulz, leader of the Social Democratic Union Party (SDP).

A survey for the public broadcaster ARD showed that 55% of viewers thought Merkel was the “more convincing” candidate during the debate, which took place on September 3; only 35% said Schulz came out ahead.

Many observers agreed that Schulz failed to leverage the debate to revive his flagging campaign, while others noted that Schulz’s positions on many issues are virtually indistinguishable from those held by Merkel.

Rainald Becker, an ARD commentator, described the debate as, “More a duet than a duel.”

“Merkel came out as sure, Schulz was hardly able to land a punch,” wrote Heribert Prantl, a commentator at Süddeutsche Zeitung. “The candidate is an honorable man. But being honorable alone will not make him chancellor.”

Christian Lindner, leader of the classical liberal Free Democrats, compared the debate to “scenes from a long marriage, where there is the occasional quarrel, but both sides know that they have to stick together in the future, too.”

Television presenter Günther Jauch, writing in Bild, said he had hoped to “at least understand what differentiates Merkel and Schulz in political terms. Instead, it was just a conversation between two political professionals who you suspect could both work pretty seamlessly in the same government.”

Radio and television host Thomas Gottschalk said that the two candidates agreed with each other too often: “They were both always nodding their heads when the other was speaking.”

Germany’s general election is scheduled for September 24. If voters went to the polls now, Merkel’s CDU, together with its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), would win 39%, according to a September 4 Politbarometer survey conducted for the public broadcaster ZDF.

Coming in second, Schulz’s SDP would win 22%; the classical liberal Free Democrats (FDP) 10%; the far-left Linke 9%; the Greens 8% and the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) 8%.

The poll also found that 57% of respondents said they preferred that Merkel serve another term; only 28% favored Schulz to become the next chancellor. Nevertheless, half of Germany’s 60 million voters are said to be undecided, and some pollsters believe that the country’s huge non-voting population may determine the outcome.

As Merkel’s CDU/CSU is unlikely to emerge from the election with an absolute majority, the 2017 vote effectively revolves around the issue of coalition-building. If current polling holds, Merkel, who has vowed to serve a full four years if re-elected, will have two main options.

Merkel could form another so-called grand coalition, an alliance of Germany’s two biggest parties, namely the CDU/CSU and the SPD.

Merkel currently governs with a grand coalition and has done so during two of her three terms in office.

Both the Christian Democrats and Social Democrats have said they hope to end the grand coalition and lead the government with smaller partners after the September election. After the debate, however, many observers believe a grand coalition between Merkel and Schulz is more probable than not.

Merkel’s second option would be to form a three-way coalition with the Greens and the FDP, which served as junior coalition partner to the CDU/CSU for almost half of Germany’s post-war history. Merkel has already ruled out forming a coalition with either the Linke or the AfD.

In any event, the policy positions of Merkel and Schulz on key issues are virtually identical: Both candidates are committed to strengthening the European Union, maintaining open-door immigration policies, pursuing multiculturalism and quashing dissent from the so-called far right.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (right) and her main election opponent, Martin Schulz (left), whose policy positions on key issues are virtually identical. (Image source: European Parliament/Flickr)

Merkel and Schulz are ardent Europhiles and both are committed to more European federalism. During an August 12 campaign speech in Dortmund, for example, Merkel described the European Union as the “greatest peace project” in history and vowed that she would never turn her back on this “wonderful project.”

Previously, Merkel said:

  “We need more Europe, we need not only a monetary union, but we also need a so-called fiscal union, in other words more joint budget policy. And we need most of all a political union — that means we need to gradually give competencies to Europe and give Europe control.”

Merkel has also endorsed the idea of a European Monetary Fund to deal with sovereign defaults by eurozone countries:

  “It could make us even more stable and allow us to show the world that we have all the mechanisms in our own portfolio of the euro zone to be able to react well to unexpected situations.”

Schulz has argued that the EU must be preserved at any cost:

  “We are at a historical juncture: A growing number of people are declaring what has been achieved over the past decades in Europe to be wrong. They want to return to the nation-state. Sometimes there is even a blood and soil rhetoric that for me is starkly reminiscent of the interwar years of the past century, whose demons we are still all too familiar with. We brought these demons under control through European structures, but if we destroy those structures, the demons will return. We cannot allow this to happen.”

Schulz has opposed the idea of holding national referendums on leaving the EU:

  “Referendums have always posed a threat when it comes to EU policy, because EU policy is complicated. They are an opportunity for those from all political camps who like to oversimplify things.”

Schulz has also voiced optimism that the British decision to leave the European Union would facilitate the creation of a European Army:

  “In the fields of security and defense policy, although the EU loses a key member state, paradoxically such a separation could give the necessary impulse for a closer integration of the remaining member states.”

During the September 3 debate, Schulz declared that he would end Turkey’s accession talks to join the European Union because of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s authoritarianism. Merkel initially said she opposed such a move but then suddenly changed her mind. Unexpectedly, Merkel said: “The fact is clear that Turkey should not become an EU member.”

On the issue of migration, Schulz and Merkel differ on procedure, not principle. During the debate, for example, Schulz accused Merkel of failing to involve the European Union in her 2015 decision to open German borders to more than a million migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Merkel said that although some mistakes had been made, she would take the same decision again.

In fact, Merkel and Schulz both agree that there should be no upper limit on the number of migrants entering Germany: “On the issue of an upper limit, my position is clear,” Merkel told ARD television. “I won’t accept one.”

Schulz has said:

  “A numerical cap is not a response to the refugee issue, even if it is agreed upon in a European context. What do we do with the first refugee who comes to the European frontier and has no quota available? Do we send him back to perhaps a sure death? As long as this question is not resolved, such a discussion makes no sense.”

Schulz believes the European Union should have a greater role in migration policymaking:

  “What we need is a European right of immigration and asylum. The refugee crisis shows us clearly that we cannot give a national response to a global phenomenon such as the refugee movements. This is only possible in a European context.”

Merkel has criticized Hungary for failing to show “solidarity” in aiding refugees. She has also vowed to punish Poland for its refusal to take in more migrants from the Muslim world:

  “As much as I wish for good relations with Poland — they are our neighbor and I will always strive for this given the importance of our ties — we can’t simply keep our mouth shut in order to keep the peace. This goes to the very foundations of our cooperation within the European Union.”

Schulz vowed that, if elected chancellor, he would push for the EU to cut subsidies to countries that do not take in refugees: “With me as chancellor, we won’t accept that solidarity as a principle is questioned.”

Meanwhile, Merkel’s grand coalition backed a law that would penalize social media giants, including Facebook, Google and Twitter, with fines of €50 million ($60 million) if they fail to remove offending content from their platforms within 24 hours. Observers say the law is aimed at silencing critics of Merkel’s open-door migration policy.

Like Merkel, Schulz has reserved his worst vitriol for the anti-immigration AfD, whose leaders he has described as “rat catchers” (Rattenfänger) who are “trying to profit from the plight of refugees.” He has also called them “shameful and repulsive.”

In an August 22 interview with Bild, Merkel answered critics of her desire to continue in power by saying that the longer she rules, the better she gets: “I’ve decided to run for another four years and believe that the mix of experience and curiosity and joy that I have could make the next four years good ones.”



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