Germany’s Migrant Crisis: January 2016

In January 2016, the German public appeared finally to wake up to the implications of their government’s decision to allow 1.1 million — mostly male — migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East to enter the country during 2015.

After more than a thousand Muslim migrants sexually assaulted hundreds of women in cities across Germany on New Year’s Eve, Chancellor Angela Merkel began to face a rising voter backlash to her open-door migration policy.

Merkel’s government has responded to the criticism by: 1) attempting to silence critics of the open-door migration policy; 2) trying to “export” the migrant problem to other countries in the European Union; and 3) announcing a series of measures — branded as unrealistic by critics — to deport migrants accused of committing crimes in Germany.

  • Mal

    I wouldn’t be at all surprised if this is part and parcel of the Eurocrats attempt to funnel votes into Euro-sceptic countries like Britain prior to a referendum. It’s already close to 50/50 in England; and few more million “migrants” would seal the deal.
    On the other hand, Obama arguing in support of the EU may get a good few people voting for a Brexit that might otherwise have been dithering.
    Either way, I will see my culture waging civil war with the paynim in my lifetime, I am certain.

    • It is a harbinger of things to come.

      • Mal

        It IS coming, Blazer.