Germany is being split in two as hundreds of thousands of Muslims pour into the country, but Chancellor Angela Merkel is sticking to her plan: “All is under control.”
All over Germany, “Refugees Welcome” signs dot the landscape, according to a Saturday report by the Daily Mail. But these “refugees,” most of them from countries such as Pakistan, Iraq, Morocco and Egypt—only an estimated 20 percent are actually from Syria—bring their own culture and prejudices with them.
Stories such as a 33-year-old woman named Aline, a real estate agent who was dumped by migrants because she “made eye contact” with one of the men, and then was called a “Nazi bitch” by other Germans when she complained on Facebook, are becoming commonplace.
Daily, 7,000 migrants arrive in Germany—by the end of 2015, a million will have settled in a country with only 80 million citizens (that’s 1.25 percent of the population). How many of these new arrivals are aligned with the Islamic State?
Former interior minister Hans-Peter Friedrich, a member of a sister political party to Merkel’s CDU, said recently: ‘We can only unreliably estimate how many of them are Islamic State fighters or Islamist “sleepers” . . . no other country in the world would be so naive and starry-eyed as to expose itself to such a risk.’
The Islamic influx not only carries with it a Sharia-induced scorn of women, it also carries a heavy dose of outright anti-Semitism. The Mail reported that a leaked document by German intelligence chiefs warned that integrating “illegal migrants” into German society (which is hyper-sensitive to anti-Semitism for obvious reasons) will be “impossible.”
“We are importing Islamic extremism, Arab anti-Semitism, national and ethnic conflicts of other peoples, as well as a different understanding of society and law,” the report added.
Although the migrants expect to come to the West and find a paradise of freedoms, a home and a job waiting for them, most of them are sorely disappointed. The finely-tuned German education system prepares workers from their youth, but most migrants lack the skills required.
When a BMW factory in Bavaria reserved 20 job places in its logistics department for the newcomers this year, there was not one applicant with ‘the necessary skills or a desire to work’.
The local official organising the scheme added: ‘Many seem to believe that in Germany everyone is rich, has a job, an apartment and a car. They have the idea that we were here waiting to create the same life for them.’
The continued unrestricted flow of migrants will change Germany, rapidly and irreparably. Soon, life as the Germans know it will be altered forever. As writer and expert on radical Islam Daniel Greenfield warned last month, “The New Nazis are coming to Europe.”