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Suggests 2015 Influx of Migrants Into Germany Was a Success

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posted on Nov, 9 2021 @ 06:58 PM
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Merkel to this current year is declaring in a interview with DW in which she states that the handling of migration/migrants in Europe/Germany and other countries was a success.

While ignoring the reports of which the migrants had being committing most of some of the crimes following the influx of the migrantion wave in 2015.




New Year's Eve in Cologne: 5 years after the mass assaults




The atmosphere was uninhibited, aggressive. Fireworks were pointed at people, passers-by harassed, cellphones and wallets were stolen. The police were surprised and overwhelmed; there were too few officers on duty.





"The welcoming culture was contradicted, in that many people who had previously broadly supported it were suddenly fearful," the street worker said. With that, a lot of support was lost. "Right up to the refugee homes, where many people had still been helping us to advance social work and integration."



Merkel: Germany's handling of migration largely a success story




"Yes, we have succeeded. But 'we' in this context means really many, many people in Germany who pitched in: many mayors, many volunteers," and the many who are still supporting their new friends, neighbors, and co-workers, the chancellor told DW's Max Hofmann.


In the late summer of 2015, when tens of thousands of migrants and refugees reached Germany each month, Merkel coined the phrase "We will manage" ("Wir schaffen das") as her approach to Germany's migration policy. Merkel, however, also described dealing with the sudden influx of refugees and migrants in 2015 as the greatest challenges of her 16 years in office -- along with the COVID-19 crisis:





However, she also conceded that not everything had gone ideally: "There have also been some bad incidents, like when I think of that New Year's Eve in Cologne." Merkel referred to the events on Cologne's Cathedral Square on New Year's Eve 2016, when hundreds of women were burgled, harassed and in some cases even raped by groups of migrants.






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posted on Nov, 9 2021 @ 08:14 PM
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What is it that they succeeded at?



posted on Nov, 9 2021 @ 08:57 PM
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originally posted by: Kocag
What is it that they succeeded at?

Slowly destroying Europe , it's culture and it's white populace. Should be obvious. It's all a plan to 'equalize' the world , in other words, bring the west down to it's knees , so it's another 3rd world area.

This way , 'they' think they can control us easier. All that will happen is that good/smart people die of (as well as weak, woke lefties) , while the remnants don't care about anyone but themselves, and certainly won't bother to work hard or innovate. The ones remaining won't be controlled easily , because they will mostly be criminals.



posted on Nov, 9 2021 @ 09:49 PM
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The old diversity code word for white genocide.



posted on Nov, 10 2021 @ 03:32 PM
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At the moment Germany is just surviving. WAIT. There are hundreds of thousands trying to get into Poland from Belarus, they are camped at the border. When they get in , sure as eggs are eggs they will, the whole of Europe will have another mas influx. Will they stop at Germany???? Naah, they'll try for the UK.



posted on Nov, 10 2021 @ 03:49 PM
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a reply to: HawkEyi

A very honourable deed was done by Merkel in offering freedom and a home in a safe environment to all those dispossessed migrants fleeing for their lives. Ironically they were on the move due to the English speaking nations attacking their states previously, unleashing the carnage that followed in localised ethnic and religious conflict, then a German whose country had no part in this came to their aid. Hats off to her.



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