I am German and it does not surprise me.
I bet in Germany the right winged parties would get more votes if the people would actually vote for what they want, but here you can't.... as soon as
you do it and somebody figures out, you are declared a racist and a nazi.
I really hate it to be always politically correct, just because of our past.
I mean, I did not expierence WW2, my parents did not and even my grandparents were children at that time.
So why am I not allowed to have my own opinion. I have a lot of immigrants as friends, but we clearly have a problem in Europe and especially in
People can basically come here and get money for living here without ever having to work for it. I am fed up.
Furthermore when I see my tax money spend all over Europe and the people still call us Germans nazis, I get pissed. Why should we care if they will
still call us nazis and compare us to Hitler?
I like the EU because I can freely roam, can pay with the same money, but I do not like the EU with their lack of transparency, all the regulations
and the financial system.
I mean we have enough problems ourselves in Germany, people are poor, yet we give our money to Greece/Spain/Italy and allow more and more immigrants,
because this is apparently politically correct and we as the Republic of Germany are not allowed to get stricter immigration rules, because then we
are the bad guys again.
I wish France all the best, because at least one country wakes up and realizes, that this can't go on forever.
Edit: Btw. I am also pissed that we allowed Erdogan to hold a speech this weekend.. he should not be allowed to hold an election campaign in Germany,
but we have to many Turkish people that it seems ok for everybody. I just hope some of our politicians would finally have the balls to call him out on
an international stage, like they do with Putin... or like they did with Janukovich.... But apparently dozens of deaths in Turkey are not as important
as a few deaths during Maidan protests.
edit on 25-5-2014 by aLLeKs because: (no reason given)