A German mayoral candidate has been stabbed in the neck by a man who claimed to have attacked her because of her pro-immigration views.
The mood in Germany has slowly been shifting against Angela Merkel’s immigration policy and her CDU political party is slipping rapidly in the polls.
A recent poll by Deutschlandtrend shows that 51 per cent of Germans are scared of Muslim refugees.
It’s unsurprising that tensions have been heightened and that people are fearful. I think that mass immigration is bad for democracy and social cohesion. It creates division, increases hostility and suspicion, and the unintended consequences include more racism and discrimination.
The advocates of mass immigration seem to be guided far too much by extreme greed and self-interest, and a desire to create a socialist multicultural utopia.
Merkel’s decision to open the door to all Syrians was profoundly irresponsible. Hundreds of thousands of refugees from the Middle East, North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa have fled there, and it’s unclear how the Germans will be able to cope. The country is at risk of breaking down into civil unrest and violence, and a humanitarian catastrophe is still very possible.
Far from being a humanitarian decision, Merkel seems determined to fundamentally transform Germany and dissolve German culture. It’s also clear that she is using immigration to repopulate Germany which has a population crisis.
It is a shame that Merkel and European politicians can’t be honest about the population decline, which is a problem across all predominantly white Western European countries. I suspect the reason why politicians don’t raise the issue is fear of feminists who could argue that such issues breach the human rights of women by accusing them of not having children – instead western politicians encourage mass immigration, which is bringing its own problems and tensions.
Across Europe, leftist governments are losing vote share and centre-right parties are gaining in popularity.
In Sweden, the centre-right Swedish Democrats are rising in the polls. Sweden has often been highlighted by so-called progressives as being a feminist and progressive utopia and it’s interesting to see the Swedes slowly turn against centre-left political parties.
Sweden is now the number one rape capital of Europe. The rape crisis is rarely mentioned in the media, and its connections to mass immigration and illegal immigration from cultures where women are classed as second class citizens are rarely discussed by feminists.
Immigration is being mismanaged across Europe by political elites who believe that they can create a multicultural utopia. I also wonder if some of the political elites across Europe dislike their indigenous white working class communities, and have a “white guilt” complex.
I also suspect that mass immigration is being used to force conformity in Europe. One of the reasons why the EU doesn’t work is because of the widely differing cultures.
The political class thinks that mass immigration is integral to transform the economy of many European countries. Immigration is good for the economies but mass immigration seems to be very much like a pyramid scheme.
The way that many politicians talk about immigrants unsettles me. They talk about immigrants like commodities and it reminds me of colonial times and the rush for goods like rubber in Congo. I worry that politicians think that immigrants are far easier to exploit and will be more likely to accept authoritarian rule and less likely to successfully untangle themselves from large bureaucratic institutions like the EU.
I’m concerned that open borders create more racism, suspicion and distrust, and have the potential to cause a massive backlash against ethnic minorities in Britain and across Europe. I’m now hesitant to book holidays to countries like Germany and Italy because I am concerned about the backlash, but I don’t blame the ordinary citizens because the goodwill of Europeans and their tolerance has been tested to breaking point by elites who live on a different planet and who believe in utopia.
It’s sad that the mismanagement of immigration is causing so much strife across Europe. I don’t believe that political leaders have any will to fix it and I expect to see the issue cause major problems in Eastern European countries.
Angela Merkel is quickly finding out that immigration is best when it is managed properly and that offering an open door policy to refugees is misguided. Many of the immigrants in Germany are economic migrants taking advantage of Merkel’s open door policy.
Germany is heading into a really rocky patch and I hope that more responsible politicians will emerge who will take a more realistic approach to migration and refugee policies.