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#21 Rogerdodger



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Posted 16 August 2016 - 12:40 PM

George Soros HACKED:

Europe's refugee crisis was planned and prepared"




The nine-page review makes three key points: OSF has been successful at influencing global immigration policy; Europe’s refugee crisis presents “new opportunities” for the organization to influence global immigration policy; and the refugee crisis is the “new normal.”

As the authors write in the introduction, one of the purposes of the review “consider the effectiveness of the approaches we have used to achieve change at the international level.” A section of the review titled “Our Work” describes how America’s least transparent think tank has worked with “leaders in the field” to “shape migration policymaking and influence regional and global processes affecting the way migration is governed and enforced.

This may be of particular interest to Germans, the majority of whom are displeased with Merkel's "open door" policies in the aftermath of the recent terrorist attacks on German soil.


Greece found out the hard way several months ago when its sovereignty was relegated to the country's willingness to participate in Europe's refugee scheme.


As foretold: "These kings have one purpose: to yield their power and authority to the beast."

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Posted 31 August 2016 - 09:36 AM

Germans Rush to Buy Safes


The biggest irony of all is the epic mistake that central bankers made by unleashing negative rates:


Instead of forcing savers to spend, it has – at least in the case of Japan and Germany – forced them to not only pull their cash out of the bank, thereby further slowing the velocity of money, but to save even more,


“The moment the bank tells me I have to pay interest on my deposit I’ll take my €50,000 or whatever it is and put it under my pillow, or buy a safe and stick the money inside,” said Dagmar Metzger, a 53-year-old entrepreneur in Munich.







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#23 AChartist



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Posted 03 September 2016 - 08:12 PM

germany is legally emancipated from 70 year unconditional surrender,


did you thing they are in a fight with russia or the kazarian disney mafia that stole their gold?

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Posted 21 October 2016 - 09:16 AM

Peak Merkel


Germans Are Leaving Germany 'In Droves'


"A few months ago I emigrated from Germany. My decision was not for economic gain but primarily because of my dissatisfaction with the current political and social conditions in my homeland. In other words, I think that I and especially my offspring may lead a better life somewhere else. 'Better' for me in this context is primarily a life of freedom, self-determination and decent wages with respect to taxation.


"I do not, however, want to close the door behind me quietly and just go. I would hereby like to explain in a constructive way why I decided to leave Germany.


1. "I believe that Islam does not belong to Germany. I regard it as a foreign entity which has brought the West more problems than benefits. In my opinion, many followers of this religion are rude, demanding and despise Germany. Instead of halting the Islamization of Germany (and the consequent demise of our culture and freedom), most politicians seem to me to be more concerned about getting reelected, and therefore they prefer to ignore or downplay the Islam problem.





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Posted 25 January 2017 - 09:18 AM

Germany's New 'Ministry of Truth'


1935 - Germany institutes Ministry of Truth


2017 - Germany institutes Ministry of Truth



All ideas suspected of being "populist" will now be restricted in Germany. This restriction applies to criticism of the government (especially regarding immigration and energy policies), of the EU, of Islam, of government officials and of the media.


The federal government evidently decided, at least regarding the federal elections taking place in 2017, that it would no longer count on journalists' self-censorship. The German government, instead of merely hoping that newspapers would voluntarily -- or under pressure from the Press Council -- refrain from criticising the government's immigration policies, decided that it, itself, would inaugurate censorship.


The Federal Interior Ministry, intends to set up a "Defense Center against Disinformation ("Abwehrzentrum gegen Desinformation") in the fight against "fake news on social networks". "Abwehr" -- the name of Nazi Germany's military intelligence agency -- is apparently meant to demonstrate the government's seriousness regarding the matter.


"It sounds like the Ministry of Truth, 'Minitrue,' from George Orwell's dystopian novel 1984", wrote even the left-leaning daily, Frankfurter Rundschau.







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Posted 11 February 2017 - 11:01 AM

Peak Merkel.




Merkel is "Person of the Year" for welcoming Muslims




Merkel offers cash handouts worth millions of pounds for migrants to return home in an embarrassing U-turn 


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Racist! Hitler! Xenophobe!

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Posted 03 July 2017 - 12:42 PM

These are the Elites that run Germany: 


    SEPT 15, 2015 

The huge influx of refugees and migrants into Germany could turn out to be the foundation for the country’s next economic miracle, according to the head of one of its major carmakers.

Far from being a danger, immigration presented an opportunity, he said – referring to Germany’s postwar boom to which millions of “guest workers” contributed. … 


JUNE 22, 2017 

Up to three quarters of Germany’s refugees will still be unemployed in five years’ time, according to a government minister, in a stark admission of the challenges the country faces in integrating its huge migrant population.

Aydan Özoğuz, commissioner for immigration, refugees and integration, told the Financial Times that only a quarter to a third of the newcomers would enter the labour market over the next five years, and “for many others we will need up to 10”. 





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#28 brucekeller



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Posted 04 July 2017 - 08:22 AM

LOL.  I think one thing people forgot when they thought the immigrants were coming and it would be good for the economy is that about half of Arab muslims are inbred.  Pakistanis are the worst at around 80% or so, even Pakistani immigrants to Britain accounted for something like a very small percentage of their births but 1/3rd of their birth defects. 

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Posted 04 July 2017 - 01:08 PM

As America, under Trump, retreats, Germany and China move to take over world leadership.



BERLIN (Reuters) - When President Xi Jinping took the stage in Davos in January and painted China as a champion of free markets ready to fill the global leadership role vacated by the United States, German officials couldn't help but chuckle.

Their expectation was that Donald Trump, due to be inaugurated as U.S. president days later, would quickly temper his protectionist campaign rhetoric and patch up ties with Western allies, leaving little space for Beijing.

Six months later, as Xi arrives in Berlin for a highly symbolic visit with German Chancellor Angela Merkel before a Group of 20 summit in Hamburg, what seemed laughable in the thin mountain air of the Swiss Alps is not so absurd any more.

Despite concerns about human rights in China, frustrations over market access and worries about a wave of corporate takeovers in Europe by state-run Chinese firms, Germany is being pushed into an awkward embrace with Beijing as Trump doubles down on his promise to put "America First".

For Merkel, the G20 host, Xi is an ally and Trump a troublesome rival on some of the most important issues on the agenda in Hamburg - from trade and climate change to economic development in Africa.

And so, Merkel will dine with Xi on Tuesday and plot G20 strategy with him over lunch on Wednesday.

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Posted 09 July 2017 - 08:58 AM

20,000 G20 Rioters loot and burn Hamburg Germany 


Germany’s reputation had been “severely affected” by the disturbances,


At least 213 police officers were injured during clashes with masked anarchist rioters on the streets of Hamburg, Germany, this week.


Since the protests broke out, 144 people have been arrested and 144 are in custody, a police officer said.


Thousands of protesters clad in black chanted anti-capitalist slogans as they pelted police officers with glass bottles and set cars on fire. 


 Wolfgang Bosbach of the ruling CDU party, likened the scenes in Hamburg to "civil-war like conditions”, saying the “activists” were given free reign for criminal activities. 






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