“Justinesque” – Angela Merkel: Germany Must Tighten “Border Checks”…

Hypocrisy, thy name is….  German Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing an election challenge.  In 2014 German Chancellor Angela Merkel told the world that German’s borders were open and welcoming to Islamic refugees from the Middle East.  Hundreds of thousands of Muslim males aged 18 to 34 took her up on her offer.

Terrorism necessarily skyrocketed throughout Germany and Western Europe in 2015, 2016 and 2017.  Today German Chancellor Angela Merkel is saying Germany’s borders must be protected.

(Via Irish Times) With a month to election day, German chancellor Angela Merkel has ramped up her refugee-critical rhetoric in a bid to pull back far-right voters, boost her Bavarian allies and win over a record number of undecideds.

The chancellor used weekend interviews and rallies to stand by her 2015 decision that saw almost one million asylum seekers arrive in the country. She said she would decide the same way again, but insisted that events of 2015 “must not be repeated”. Aware of huge public unease over the refugee crisis, and related terror attacks since, she signalled Germany would demand an extension of border checks on the border with Austria, a Schengen suspension requiring EU approval.

Ahead of an Africa summit on Monday, with leaders of African nations as well as France, Italy and Spain, Dr Merkel said the border checks should “be kept in place until the security services tell us they are not necessary”. She also took a tough line on reports that people granted asylum in Germany had returned to their homeland on holidays.

“Having a holiday in a country were one is persecuted is not on,” she said. “If this happens it can be reason to reconsider the asylum decision.” She disputed claims that she had “opened” Germany’s borders to refugees in the summer of 2015. When large numbers of asylum seekers walked from Hungary through Austria to Bavaria, she pointed out that “Germany’s borders were open and we decided not to close them”. (read more)

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, aka. “Justin from Canada” is now deporting thousands of illegal aliens who responded to his earlier open border refugee welcome.

Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel is now stating German borders must be strengthened to stop the influx of her open border refugee welcome.

Go figure.

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206 Responses to “Justinesque” – Angela Merkel: Germany Must Tighten “Border Checks”…

  1. sundance says:

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    • The sad thing about it is….

      Some people will actually take her seriously and then change their minds to vote for her instead of against her…….sigh

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      • RedBallExpress says:

        She won’t make the same mistake twice. It will be more like three or four times.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Merkel (CDU) and Schultz (SPD) are being savaged by the AfD (Alliance for Deutschland), who are gaining ground apace, despite being pilloried by the Yellow-Stream Media.

            She will say whatever she (and her masters – think Soros) needs to say in order to survive politically. Remember that her position in the DDR was “AgitProp”, i.e. Agitation and Propaganda. Goebbels would be proud.

            Looking at the comments sections of the major (and minor, and minor-minor) dailies shows that the “Deutsche Deplorables” are not having any of it. The comments are at once incisive and hilarious. And sometimes despairing (c.f. Köln).

            The only ugly thing is is that right now we have the bearded egg (Schultz) versus
            the Coudenhove-Kalergi (“Hey, let’s mix all the races together”) cow Merkel. Other
            possible candidates for the negotiated (NOT directly elected) position of Kanzler/in
            (for example from the AfD) don’t stand much of a chance.

            Nonetheless, when AfD get a large number of seats in parliament, it will make life VERY rough for Merkel and her “welcoming” policy of the “Fachkräfte” (“specialists” – doctors, engineers, lawyers, and such) coming from Africa and the Middle East. Last time I checked (earlier today) almost 100% of those people are still unemployed, living off the dole paid for by us, the German taxpayers…

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Her last “election” was five years ago; her next is next month. Her position (Kanzlerin) is NOT directly elected, rather, it is a negotiated (read: ugly bargaining) position.

            Seehofer could possibly upset the applecart; Schultz is not well-liked, and the other parties have no one with “star” qualities (despite MUCH talent) that would propel them to the top. See, we have our own swamp, too (sad to say)…

            Here’s hoping the AfD, CSU (Bavarian sister of the CDU), and FDP (slightly right-of-center) do well next month…

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      • Judith says:

        Kind of hard to import millions of leeches if USA taxpayers, having pulled out of that fake Paris agreement, won’t support them anymore.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Sorry, but we the GERMAN taxpayers get to support them, at the expense of the truly needy here. “Die Tafel” (the table), a food-and-clothing-type charity, used to serve the poor and needy who really couldn’t make ends meet.

          Heck, we’re still supporting the failed “experiment” known as the DDR via the “solidarity tax” some 27-odd years later…

          Now they’re overwhelmed with “fluchtis”, who push them out of the way. And the truly downtrodden and elderly have started giving up. And many folks have stopped giving to Die Tafel, so (probably led by the multi-kulti-kommissars) there is a big push to donate to them. Many folks are now giving to local church charities instead (which is probably better in any case, as there’s not much overhead compared to the “big” charities).

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          • RG says:

            Merkel: I read that she hails for the East Germany bloc and that said, is probably a communist at heart. A group at my church is sponsering a trip to Germany to follow the footsteps of Martin Luther…I say, “don’t be stupid.” Germany is not appealing to me as a spot to visit for any reason.

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      • LEET says:

        This works every time it is tried. At what point to you stop blaming the known liar and start blaming the stupid people who believe her?

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      • skipper1961 says:

        Mark,
        Of ALL the German folks I have met throughout my 2+ decade career, EVERY one speaks ENGLISH! And no offense, but most of my German friends are every day folks (cooks, bus drivers, etc) Are we to believe that someone with an obviously “higher” education, can’t show respect when she is in an English speaking country (here?) that she can’t scare up a few “English” phrases? Either total disrespect, or something more sinister…

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I hope and pray that the people of Germany 🇩🇪 see right through this fraud! If they don’t than their faith has been sealed by no one but themselves. Our country should not ever go back to rescue Western Europe again! You reap what you sow!

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Time to END BATTERED GERMAN COMPLEX.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Thanks. When I first moved here 35 years ago, I was stunned at all the breast-beating “mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa” shows EVERY NIGHT on the 2-1/2 channels we had back then. Seems there was enough guilt and angst gathered up for 1000 years. And no way to get rid of it. The test pattern and snow were a welcome alternative… (OK, once in a while I could pick up AFN).

          And Soros (a Nazi contributor, no less), and his ilk capitalized on that to foment his “color revolutions”. I have to say though, it seems that the millenials are more concerned about putting enough windmills up to blight the landscape, and insuring that
          Vegan is the way to go. Thank GOD that the youngest generation (whatever letter they may carry now) are more conservative. And they’re fed up, and Deplorable (my son tells me so 🙂 ).

          It’s really time to let the past go, as the present has a TON of problems that need to be fixed. We have infrastructure and budget problems too, and Frau von der Leyen (our poor excuse for a defense minister) keeps “helping out” with guns that don’t shoot straight when they’re warm, cargo planes (and choppers) that won’t/don’t stay up, tanks that can be easily penetrated, and a host of other problems. Almost as if someone doesn’t want us to have a decent military, despite our NATO obligations. No matter what we pay, if our stuff doesn’t work…

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        • Bendix says:

          Yes!
          The globalists picked a good spot to start their anti-nation crap, didn’t they?
          Notice they tried/are trying to instill the same shame in culture and nationality and even race, here in America.

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      • auntiefran413 says:

        Is this the pot calling the kettle black? Heck. US citizens (I can’t call them Americans) elected Obama twice!

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Not sure about that, but we in Germany need a miracle, NOT a Merkel. A Donald Trump clone would do nicely… Honest, patriotic, hard-working politicians are pretty thin on the ground anymore (felt odd putting those adjectives together with the word “politicians”). And being patriotic and/or MGGA has an enormous amount of “baggage” that goes along with it. And TPTB (Soros et.al.) know that, and use that to their nefarious, demonic advantage.

          GOD forgive and help us all…

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          • RG says:

            Cuppa Covfefe, you state the truth.

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            • Bendix says:

              ABC News’ Matt Gutman was on the street, laying the groundwork for the violence in Charlottesville, when he labeled a group of protestors, in Berlin I think it was, as “neo-Nazis”.
              I believe they were protesting the policies that led to the murder of innocent Germans at a Christmas market.
              Anyone who spoke out publicly against Angela Merkel’s open borders policy was a Nazi, get it?
              I wondered at the time, why Gutman was allowed to get away with telling a blatant lie like that. Know I’ve connected the threads.
              Oppose globalism in any way, you are automatically a white nationalist/supremacist KKK Nazi, no matter what race you are. Nazis are bad, so stopping them in any way is acceptable.
              How do people like Gutman live with themselves?
              Is he too stupid to see it?

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              • nimrodman says:

                “ABC News’ Matt Gutman was on the street, laying the groundwork for the violence in Charlottesville, when he labeled a group of protestors, in Berlin I think it was, as “neo-Nazis”.

                “Is he too stupid to see it”

                No, that’s how it’s done in all of Europe (excepting Poland, Hungary, etc) and Britain.

                Anyone who voices that this forced immigration / native replacement is a problem is demonized and shouted down as a “Neo-Nazi” and “far right”. They label all of AfD as neo-nazi, when it’s impossible that they are. One simply knows that there are many, many normal centrists who simply believe the immigration is a folly, if not a fatal error for their native culture.

                Anything to the right of abject communism is labeled “far right”. Here’s a great cartoon on the phenomenon:

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        • fleporeblog says:

          I hate to say this but I would have preferred Obama to McCain! Trump wouldn’t have been President today.

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    • duchess01 says:

      She is a politician; Politicians lie to get elected – no surprise here – this is only temporary – and probably won’t happen anyway – I don’t think she had a choice – she got booed and drowned out at some venues – especially, in the Bavarian East where she is unpopular!

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      • lav48erne says:

        Absolutely

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      • listingstarboard says:

        Politicians lie–sort of like McCain and his “Complete the Dang Fence” ad ?

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        That’s why I like Seehofer, but he always seems to knuckle under at the last minute (maybe our sort-of answer to Trey Gowdy, albeit older). His predecessor, Edmund Stoiber, was taken down in an engineered “scandal”, as have been many promising politicians.

        There’s talk of making the CSU a national party again (as opposed to just Bayern).
        That would probably injure the AfD, though, who are just getting started filling the gap
        created when Merkel jerked the CDU to the left.

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    • deanbrh says:

      The link goes to the Irish Times, an interesting offspring of the NY Times, I assume, and one that makes my blood boil at an even higher temp than when I used to read the NY Times. the NY Times is committed to informing the world that Trump is mentally unstable, but that is all over the internet as the latest rant of the Globalists who are bound and determined to keep their income increasing no matter the cost in lives, culture and history.

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    • carrierh says:

      Was a nazi when young and still a nazi and hopefully her “niceness” now won’t let her be re-elected. She has destroyed my spouse’s homeland with constant rapes, robberies, murders, etc. He worries about his siblings and relatives in Germany and feels helpless not to be able to help them. Guns not allowed and Merkel won’t allow protests. Yep, just Hillary in another disguise and accent.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Very much like Hillary, who was counting on ANTIFA to terrorize us similarly.

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      • NickD says:

        Now, I thought Mutti was a member of the East German Stasi, not a Nazi

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Her position was ministerin of AgitProp (Agitation and Propaganda), as a member of the “party”, so she might as well have been a Nazi. She is (at least from the results so far), neither Christian, nor Democratic (CDU being Christian Democratic Union).

          She wasn’t anywhere near this bad/odd years ago, so her “puppeteers” must be pulling the chains pretty hard anymore…

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        She doesn’t get elected – the Kanzler/in post is negotiated… lot of swampiness involved.
        The only good news is that the AfD (who are pretty much what the CDU were 20 years ago) will keep her from doing as much damage as before (I hope and pray).

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      • Bendix says:

        Like Hillary, in that she openly showed more concern for the “rights” and welfare of foreign nationals (mostly grown men) than for the people of her own country.
        Thank God for Donald Trump.
        Even Angela did not arrogantly display her disregard for Germans BEFORE she was elected.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      She’s been getting shouted down at most campaign stops she goes to, I think.

      So yeah, of course she’s gonna say this.

      She will NEVER *do* it. And if German voters think she will, they are stupider than I thought.

      And even if she WOULD do it, why would anyone vote for her again? Why would anyone want a person who made one of the most colossal “mistakes” a Leader has ever made as a Leader?

      I mean, even if she corrected herself, you’d have to wonder what kind of dumchit decision she’d inflict on the German people next.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        I don’t want to find out what she’ll do next. The polls here are just as fake as the news, so there’s hope. We’re kind of powerless to decide who’s Kanzler/in, but we can at least get better legislators. The judiciary is another lefty swamp, “aided” by a relatively toothless constitution (probably designed to keep Germany down, and it sure has – at the the people – the oligarchs, not so much).

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    • Howie says:

      Same scheme Linda and McShame use.

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  2. aredtailblog says:

    Kind of a whiplash from telling Europe to accept hundreds of millions, ain’t it?

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  3. magagirl says:

    I hope they take her to Afghanistan for a long good life with her fellow “refugees”. I bet they will welcome her with open arms after the germans dump her.

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  4. Rodney C. Johnson says:

    Wait, she doesn’t want to oversee the fall of Western Civ? I can think of one world leader, who figured this out before she did, but he’s too nice to shove it in her face.

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    • piper567 says:

      Rodney,
      oh, but he HAS shoved it in her face !

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Look up Coudenhove-Kalergi, especially in regard to the foundation of a “united” Europe. That foundation gave Merkel an award in 2012 or so. Their aims are to meld all the various races/peoples together. Sort of a reversal of the Tower of Babel, combined with “getting back to the garden” (of Eden).

      Christian it is not. Nor are its proponents. And the results either way would be devastating…

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  5. Donna in Oregon says:

    Today I am giving thanks that Germany was never able to take over the world. Thank you God and to the brave men and women of WWI and WWII. You saved us.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Donna, please look back more than 100 years. There are a lot of Germans, and German inventions/compositions/literature/etc. that have enriched and helped the world.

      Politics, and often politicians, are evil. I could easily say, those (or that country) who are innocent may cast the first stone…

      Crickets…

      See how that goes? I have to defend the USA (and President Trump) EVERY DAY due to people not being familiar with history, or with the people of the USA (and my family goes back to the 1700s in the US, thanks to the famines and the little ice age). That’s no more fair than saying all Germans are bad. There were a lot who were killed or maimed (my father-in-law, for one) for not going along with the “party line”. It’s not as simple as the dumbed-down history books of the last 70-or-so years would have it.

      The driving force for the World Wars was not Germany, rather it was the oligarchs who now are seeking to destroy the USA, and crush the (normal) people of Europe. In other words, the Beast of Babylon is what they wish to create.

      We ALL have to work to stop that.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      They’re still trying, Donna.

      Antifa has been in Europe for more than a decade.

      The “White Nationalist Movement” that is used by the Left to scare the pants off people who might be inclined to vote Right has been in Europe for a very long time and *has* scared people away from the the Right, As.Intended. They carry the torches, march in lockstep, same as the frauds who showed up in N.C. last week.

      I haven’t researched it so don’t know for sure. But I would *guess* they were both started in Germany, if I had to make a guess.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Yep, Antifa started here, but the roots go back further to the “68er” movement (our hippies and driving force behind the greens). What is not obvious is that Soros &co. seek to control both sides of the spectrum, in order to move the entire mess leftwards.

        Capitalizing on German guilt, he, in the guise of Antifa, the fake-alt-right, and the color revolutions on the left, is seeking to destroy what little is left of the old, true, nice German culture. Multi-Kulti, Schengen (no intra-European borders), and globalism are all being enabled by him and his cronies, who are the only ones making any money right now… (cf 0,004 percent interest rates, or even NEGATIVE for large accounts).

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  6. NJF says:

    Snort.

    She’s pathetic. She is responsible for ruining Europe, yet I’m sure they’ll vote her in again. Maybe she called Justin from Canada for campaign advice….

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Yes. Say anything; the idiots believe you and you get re-elected; do as you please. See how easy that is? As for Western Civilization, you will need to look elsewhere for someone who cares.

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    • Pam says:

      Exactly. These two are like two peas in a pod.

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    • soozword says:

      Seems to me the European people are responsible for ruining Europe with electing her and her colleagues throughout Europe and then being compliant little soldiers in their own defeat. She is just the tip of the spear.

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      • scott467 says:

        “Seems to me the European people are responsible for ruining Europe with electing her and her colleagues throughout Europe and then being compliant little soldiers in their own defeat.”

        ________________

        But I always wonder, are their elections as rigged as ours?

        And why wouldn’t they be?

        How many of them are just like us, during the 8 years of Obamanation, unable to stop anything because no matter who we elected, they were all on the same globalist team?

        We were blessed to have someone like DJT, at a point in history when we needed someone like DJT most.

        There but by the grace of God go we.

        I also am regularly frustrated to the point of wanting to write Europe off and forget about them. But then I remember that there are a lot of them just like us, who want nothing to do with the current insanity, they’re just along for the ride until something changes.

        Think about it. We have guns, and we did nothing to stop the traitor Hussein. The Secret Service didn’t arrest him. The FBI didn’t stop him. The CIA didn’t stop him. The NSA didn’t stop him. The DOJ didn’t stop him. The Generals didn’t stop him. The Congress didn’t stop him. And We the People didn’t stop.

        Half a BILLION guns, and nobody stopped him.

        Hitler had more than 30 attempts on his life by this point in his destruction of Germany, and unlike Merkel, Hitler wasn’t even trying to destroy Germany.

        Whatever it is that was different about the people of the WWII generation from today, we need to figure it out, and get back to first principles, so this doesn’t happen again.

        There isn’t likely to be another DJT, and we will only have him for another 7-1/2 years, Lord willing.

        .

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        • wondering999 says:

          And, remember what Snowden said… our spooks had been tapping Merkel’s phone for a long time. Is Merkel blackmailed?
          http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/germany/10407282/Barack-Obama-approved-tapping-Angela-Merkels-phone-3-years-ago.html

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        • sunnydaze says:

          Scotty, it would be comforting to believe that this is just a case of rigged elections.

          But I know people over there who are, indeed, terrified for what is happening in their countries but are so BRAINWASHED by the past few decades of Propaganda that they will never ever vote Right, even if they HAD a decent Right Party to vote for.

          Shit like the “White Nationalist Tiki Torch Marches” has worked it’s magic on them and they will never ever vote for anything but “Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows”.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Thank you. There are a lot of us in the same boat as you were with Obama. And since we don’t directly elect the Kanzler/in, we can’t just “throw da bums out”. Hopefully the AfD and FDP will do very well this election, and the greens and Die Linke will go under 5% (so they can’t be in the government). The CDU and SPD are losing a lot of votes and are really worried, hence the garbage spewing from Merkel and Schultz.

          Here’s hoping and praying for our mini-version of your election from last fall.

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        • Bendix says:

          I think that’s where all the PC brainwashing comes in.
          PC is a cover for globalism.
          The reason the fringe candidate Barack Hussein Obama was suddenly elevated over Hillary is that he would be better able to carry out the global agenda. Anyone who opposed him would be racist, and his supporters would find it impossible to believe that they were so cynically exploited for their good intentions, that they elected a malevolent con man.
          Many still won’t believe it.

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    • scott467 says:

      “She’s pathetic.”

      ______________________

      Worse than that, she’s a monster.

      The rapes and murders of every German and every European, perpetrated by islamic invaders, which she facilitated — committing High Treason by POLICY — is on her head.

      Their innocent blood is on her hands.

      She is covered in their blood.

      What is pathetic is that she’s not hanging upside down in the public square, swinging like Mussolini.

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      • Bendix says:

        She presided over the ensuing victim blaming, she left the Berlin Christmas market unprotected, she persisted in the lie that these men were Syrian refugees, despite what we could all see with our own lies.
        Why does she even seek reelection? Hasn’t she done enough?
        That’s a question for Hillary as well. Hasn’t she done enough?

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Kanzler/in is NOT a directly-elected post. Never has been, never will be.

      It’s the result of back-room negotiations amongst the “winning” coalition. Those who said law was equally, erm, gross as making sausage had no idea of what this entails.

      At least sausage is useful… (and cleaner and healthier, for that matter).

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  7. Does she seriously believe that most German citizens don’t know who is responsible for this disaster in the first place?

    She creates the problem and then expects the citizens to trust her to then solve the problem she created?

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      That’s about it.

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      • AM says:

        And the thing of it is, it might work, watching the German people react to date.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Most Germans seem to have no idea about the fake polls, so they would not question a stolen vote.

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          • Neither did we in 2012

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            We have a term “Lügenpresse” (lying press) which is our version of “Presstitutes”.
            It has been superceded by “Luckenpress” (literally missing news), reflecting the sentiment that the important bits are left out. The folks here in Germany KNOW they are being scammed. And they also know that whatever the polls say is probably 10-20 points off of the truth. Chances are the Greens will not hit the 5% minimum to be in the Bundestag. Perhaps “Die Linke” (the left) will fade too.

            One hopes and prays that Soros’s voting machines won’t “play a part” in this election.
            Trillions of Euros are at stake here…

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          • sunnydaze says:

            Unfortunately, altho there may be “some” voter fraud, Europeans are just brainwashed. They vote against their own interests because of decades of Propaganda.

            They are also very unfortunate in that unlike Americans who have the benefit of our Founding Documents that have a HEALTHY amount of skepticism in them towards Government, Europeans have no such foundation.

            They actually trust their Rulers, even if they’re leading them into hell.

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              I can’t agree with you there. Read the comments sections on the German dailies (as compared to the fake news articles above them) and you’ll see that folks are really cheesed off. Merkel getting booed all over the place is a sign folks are pretty much done with her. I just wish we had term limits so that she would be done with us before long…

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Yikes! Moments like this, I’m REALLY thankful I’m an American!

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    • beanpole says:

      There’s no individual critical thinking in Germany.

      A German studies the various political parties, decides which viewpoint they want to think like and attaches themselves to that group, along with buying the prerequisite kit at the company store.

      People in Germany were outraged that the police were so brutal vis vis ANTIFA.

      ANTIFA was doing what ANTIFA does, according to the book, and the police were doing what the Police always do. If you look all this up in the in the good citizen’s manual, you’ll find that the police group are brutal, by definition, so that settles that issue.

      That’s the joy of the collective. All the answers are there, in the book, somewhere, because everything that happens has already happened before.

      All one needs to do is find the appropriate passage and apply the corresponding label.

      Anti-immigrants are the neos. Too smelly, the kit clashes, is ugly, plus the funny haircut. Most will pass on joining that group, so the number of people criticizing the immigration policy dwindles accordingly

      No reason to bust a nut thinking about all this stuff.

      Mutti knows best.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        You want to try that again?

        You just insulted my wife and son, and by association, me. Try to do a little research before you slam the Germans. I’ve lived here 35 years, and the populace is EXTREMELY upset with “Mutti”.

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    • duchess01 says:

      Hegelian Dialectics – OR – Merkel the Mimic

      http://gulagbound.com/43720/hegelian-dialectics-for-dummies/

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Merkel is a puppet of Soros. Just as Obozo was.

        The USA dodged a bullet. We’re hoping and praying we do here in Germany next month. The political system is VERY different to that in America, and it’s not so simple to vote out a Kanzler/in, because they’re not directly elected.

        Having said that, it’s quite an adventure trying to explain the electoral college (or the way US Senators used to be selected) to a European…

        N.B. Carly Fiorina is a HUGE fan of Hegel. And I’ve heard her say (in a coffee talk) that
        “perception is reality”. So it’s not just over here, sad to say…

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        • sunnydaze says:

          oh yes. We’ve got our jokers and criminals, to be sure. And we *do* vote them into office more often than not. Thank God NOT, this time.

          The whole world would rejoice if the Germans ditched Merkel. We are WITh you on that!

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        • duchess01 says:

          Hard to see that one as a puppet – the other three wusses – most definitely –

          We didn’t just dodge a bullet – the globalists have been firing canons at us since God knows when – and when was the last time we had a choice – electoral college or not – the entire system is rigged against us – we fight evil at every turn – look at all of the traitors still in office – beholden to their ‘god’ –

          The German people have suffered greatly at the hands of the ‘puppet masters’ – much the same as we have since the ‘invasion’ began – many years ago – however, our Hope is in the Lord – who is in charge of it all – the people of the world cry out – and He hears them –
          in every nation – they fight the beast – let’s hope and pray Germany will win –

          As far as Carly is concerned – who listened to what she had to say after she trashed HP – except maybe that crazy Cuban – birds of a feather – you know – nuff said –

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    • allhail2 says:

      She simply has mimicked what US politicians have done for decades. They created a mess, and expect to be voted back in to fix it. And, the sheeple comply every damn time……………………………..until now, hopefully.

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  8. Mk says:

    Liar Lair pant suit on fire. 🤥 🔥

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  9. Plato says:

    The deep inter generational self loathing and crippling guilt of the German people has destroyed Germany as a culture and nation. They have no will to resist now.
    If we allow the neo marxist Teacher’s Unions in grade school and the university agitprop machines in the US to indoctrinate our kids we will suffer the same fate, it’s happening before our eyes right now.

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    • Derek Hagen says:

      “If we allow the neo marxist Teacher’s Unions in grade school and the university agitprop machines in the US to indoctrinate our kids we will suffer the same fate, it’s happening before our eyes right now.”
      It has already happened here in central Canada long ago. When I moved here decades ago from eastern Canada, I was shocked when I soon realized that no one seemed to know very much about most anything. It’s like people live in a different world or something. So, get a hold of the problem down there guys, you’ll surely regret it otherwise.

      p.s. Still love my country – almost everyone is really nice on a personal level. I think it has something to do with living in a -40F to +40F environment.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Exactly. This is where “white-self-hating” ANTIFA come from. TEACHING self-hate. It’s a cunning source of self-loathers, easily activated and putty in the hands of virtue-controllers.

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  10. redtreesquirrel says:

    I saw a video posted on T_D Reddit of Merkel campaigning. People in the crowd were holding signs of protest against her and giving the middle finger salute.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      She’s getting shredded in a lot of the “rallies” she’s holding. It’s not getting reported in the main-scream-media, of course. And they’re even more tightly-controlled than CNN et. al are in the US…

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  11. DanDeplorable says:

    This… this….thing speaks from both sides of her mouth. She single-handedly imports and unleashes thousands of Islamic terrorists I mean rabid dogs to attack her German citizens and now wants to be rewarded with reelection?
    After such treason it’s a wonder she is even still breathing.

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  12. WVPatriot says:

    If the German people can be deceived by this reverse MY position and “tell YOU what YOU want to hear” ultimate actress of deceit and lies; then Germany is forever condemned to third world oblivion.

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  13. psadie says:

    Angie isn’t it a LITTLE LATE to worry about tightening the borders…the barbarians are already inside and wreaking untold damage!!!

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      She can’t do anything about the borders. They’re controlled by the unelected EC (European Comission), via the Schengen and Dublin “agreements”.

      The Baltic states are having none of that, so they’re closing things up on their own. Italy and Greece are attempting to stem the tide, and it looks like Spain is the next country to get attacked, as it were. Seems they’d remember the last two times they had to fight the Hijrah off… Then again, maybe they do. It’s only 14 km (roughly 9 miles) from Morocco to Spain…

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  14. rayvandune says:

    I can name a country whose majority figured this out long before the Germans did, and then they went and elected someone who agreed with them, despite their elitists tellng them not to. A bit of a strong-willed bunch they are.

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  15. fedback says:

    Problem is Merkel’s opponent is even worse.
    Schultz, former leader of the EU Parliament.
    Last week he criticized Merkel for giving in to Trump, spending more on the military in Germany
    A socialist

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    • beanpole says:

      Best right now to go with a Merkel win. There’s probably an effective plan in place to deal with her already, and most likely election outcome is a neutered, ineffective grand coalition that can easily be dealt with from the US POV.

      Also have to protect US interests in country and not destabilize enough socially to affect security at those locations.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        It’s not your country to affect. Deal with your own problems first.

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        • singingsoul says:

          Cuppa Covfefe says:
          It’s not your country to affect. Deal with your own problems first.
          __________________________________
          I feel Germany should stand on their own and we US should pull out all our troops. I am saying this as an ex German national. I am tired of the garbage Germany dishes and also the arrogance of Germany. I am forever grateful to the US that scariest so much in WWII .
          Americans saved my life and my family. Would be nice if Germans rememberer who gave them life and prosperity after WWII.
          I am angry how they squandered the culture to the invaders. There is a greed and people believe these invaders will enable Germans coninued social benefits. These people believe that they need invaders for the generous pensions and healthcare and other social benefits. This is all selfishness without realizing the consequences to the future generations.

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    • “Problem is Merkel’s opponent is even worse.”

      Worse? How could it get any worse?

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      • yucki says:

        It might be even worse:

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        • yucki says:

          Excepts from translation of the article:
          A new party will be up for elections in the German national elections on September 24, with the promising name ADD, “Allianz Deutscher Demokraten” (“Alliance of German Democrats”).
          A Turkish gentleman named Ramzi Aru formed the AD Democrats out of protest in 2016, when the German Bundestag recognized the mass killings of the Armenians by the Turks as a genocide. According to Mr. Aru, this puts all German parties out of the question for Turkish voters.

          “The AD Democrats champion a communal right to vote for all foreign nationals and people without nationality who are of the necessary voting age, and who have been legally residing in Germany for a period no longer than a communal legislative period; independent of their nationality.

          Links to their website and more translated material:
          https://vladtepesblog.com/2017/08/26/add-a-vote-for-germanys-future/

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            So far one has to be a citizen here in Germany to vote, which requires an eight-year residency, German language skills, knowledge of German history and customs, etc.

            The only folks with dual citizenship are a special group of Turks (go figure) who have dual citizenship at birth. The “ADD”‘s description is more or less window dressing.
            Dual citizenship (i.e. not requiring the eight-year wait) is all but impossible for non-Turks.

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    • soozword says:

      Thought the Germans had about 15 political parties, including an Islamic one. So there can’t be just one other alternative to Merkel, can there?!

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      • NickD says:

        If I remember my European politics course correctly, Merkel is a Christian Democrat–a center-right party, as far as European politics go. Schulz, however is a member of the Social Democrats (i.e., socialist), which is center-left, again, among European political parties. Both would be considered leftist in America, AFAIK.

        It’s akin to how every party in France is socialist due to a concept in French politics known as dirigism, as in, the state directs economic investment. There are globalists and nationalists, but all are socialist.

        Europe is f*ked thanks to the globalist collectivism pushed by almost every political party, regardless of whether it’s considered right-wing or left-wing. The few pushing back include UKIP, the AfD in Germany, Front National in France, the Five Star Movement in Italy, the Independent Greeks aka ANEL–in short, the populist parties.

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        • soozword says:

          Thought the AfD was significantly gaining ground in Germany a few months ago when it was organizing peaceful candlelight marches through towns/cities.

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          • NickD says:

            They are growing, but not enough (yet) to challenge the CDU or the SDU for majority or the largest opposition party

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              (No) thanks to Merkel, the CDU has drifted left-of-center in the last 10 years, and the AfD is where the CDU used to be. They are growing by leaps and bounds, and are doing better than the fake polls would have one believe. The CSU is the Bavarian equivalent of the CDU, and is headed by Horst Seehofer, who would be, IMHO, a much better Kanzler than Merkal.

              The other major parties are the SPD (Socialists, candidate [NOT directly electable] is Martin Schultz), rather left-of-center; “Die Linke” (the left), who are VERY far left
              (Alt-Left, and supportive of Antifa); the Greens, tree-hugging leftists who would rather kill a child to save a tree or animal, and the FDP (Free Democratic Party), who are pretty much middle-of-the-road, slightly right of center, and have been sometimes termed the Freemason party (no idea about this…).

              From this hodge-podge, a ruling coalition must be forged, and from that a Kanzler or Kanzlerin must be selected. He/she is NOT directly elected, so we’re stuck with whomever is clever/cagey/crooked enough to come out on top in the smoke-filled back rooms of Berlin.

              Be thankful for the electoral college; the mess we have here would hardly qualify for nursery school…

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      • NickD says:

        I realize I went off some tangents so I missed fully answering your question. To be more brief, Merkel is Christian Democrat (center-right) and Schulz is a Social Democrat (socialist). The Social Democrats are the largest opposition party in German Parliament, so their pick for PM would replace Merkel if they were to form a majority or coalition government

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          I wouldn’t characterize Merkel as center-right, even though most CDU’lers probably are.
          Her DDR roots are still showing, as it were…

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  16. youme says:

    Merkel is following the McCain script when running for office

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  17. sundance says:

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  18. Lunatic Fringe, Phd. [undocumented] says:

    Scary thought: [from Wikipedia so take that for what it’s worth]
    Some wealthy Arabs who traveled to Germany in the 1930s brought back fascist ideals and incorporated them into Arab Nationalism. One of the principal founders of Ba’athist thought and the Ba’ath Party, Zaki al-Arsuzi, stated that Fascism and Nazism had greatly influenced Ba’athist ideology. An associate of al-Arsuzi, Sami al-Jundi, wrote:
    “We were racists. We admired the Nazis. We were immersed in reading Nazi literature and books that were the source of the Nazi spirit. We were the first who thought of a translation of Mein Kampf. Anyone who lived in Damascus at that time was witness to the Arab inclination toward Nazism. Michel Aflaq a founder of the Ba’athist philosophy admired Hitler and the Nazis for standing up to Britain and America. This admiration would combine aspects of Nazism into Ba’athism.”

    Hmmm… good think Hilter is long buried or else it would be worrisome that Germany is pumping itself full of capable young angry men err ‘refugees”.

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  19. Steven Tyler says:

    http://www.citynews.ca/2006/07/19/canadians-begin-evacuation-from-lebanon/
    Not the first time for this sort of circus.

    …Seven chartered passenger ships were expected to arrive off the Lebanese coast Wednesday to begin transporting Canadian citizens to safer ground. About 30,000 Canadians are believed to be in the region, and federal officials estimate they’ll be able to move about 2,000 of them out per day…

    Yup, 30,000 Lebanese claimed refugee status, got their Canada dual citizenship, then went home.
    When the cycle of violence overheated, they all demanded a free trip back to Canada, pronto!

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    • When the Conservatives were in power in Canada, l think they put something in place so that these people who had to be rescued had tp repay the government for the costs of their rescue. Not sure if it was implemented or if it was, whether Trudeau will continue to demand repayment of rescue costs.

      Trudeau’s father set up a trust fund for Trudeau. He did not trust him with the Trudeau millions…yet here Canadians trust him with Canadian taxpayer…. billions of dollars which he is squandering on the likes of Omar Khadr and believe or not…he has given money recently to Clinton’s CGI to the tune of millions of dollars. Hope he gets voted out in the next election. We cannot afford him.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Look up the “antics” of the Lebanese clans, erm, families in Berlin and Hamburg.

      The police will make a traffic stop, and then suddenly 200-250 or so people show up, in support of the perp(s). They’re doing their rounds with double or triple backup, and large-scale support on call anymore.

      Of course the news about this is censored. Wouldn’t want to scare anyone, doncha know…

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  20. Piper says:

    This site is being very glitchy today! I have cleared history and cookies, but it hasn’t helped, SD is touching nerves!!

    Liked by 4 people

    • deanbrh says:

      Piper, I worry about that soooo much. I am asked to sign in every day, and hassled if I try to post or Like a Comment. And the censoring on social media has become rampant. We need a plan for when we are separated from TCTH.

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      • I am using the Brave browser on an iPad and I don’t have any problems.

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        • deanbrh says:

          I used Brave for a few days but didn’t notice a difference. I know folks plagued by pop up ads have really benefited from switching to Brave.

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          • Roozter says:

            I love Brave! Works like a charm on my Android except doesn’t sync yet. And still have the WP log-in issue.
            The Windows software is a work in progress and often plagued by little glitches such as repeatedly broken bookmarks, extensions, and ad-blocking. Last update I had to work my way back several versions to the working one I had been using. Silly me😩, I learned not to delete that previous .exe! And working with Github to solve problems is very time consuming.
            That said, it’s VERY FAST as it blocks ALL ads/tracking and is a good weapon in the privacy battle!

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        • Roozter says:

          If you don’t mind answering – do you use WordPress to log-in or one of the other options?
          I log-in to CTH via the “Follow” link then with each comment use the WP icon to do it again. Then sometimes I don’t see my comment appear anyway. Maybe I’m missing something…

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          • DanDeplorable says:

            WP is known to be über liberal in the same bucket as Apple, Google and the rest of that bunch. So let nothing surprise you.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        The censoring on social media is by design. Check out the American Bridge, 21st Century, BlueShare and CREW. There is a manuscript detailing their tactics and sucesses online. Every time I try to post about it my comment disappears.

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      • Roozter says:

        No matter how many times or ways I try to sign in and click that “keep me signed in box” it NEVER works in terms of making comments! Have to “log in” again with every comment.

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      • Judith says:

        This is very true. Only real news is via internet now. Even that is heavily censored. Obama signed over internet control to a foreign entity before leaving office. Why wouldn’t globalists shut it down to quell dissent?

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  21. palafox says:

    “She said she would decide the same way again, but insisted that events of 2015 ‘must not be repeated’.”
    Surefire way for it not to be repeated is to not repeat it. But I guess that does’t occur to some of our German allies.

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  22. Plain Jane says:

    No hypocrite songs, so this has to do. Here she is a waffling.

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  23. AM says:

    ” a bid to pull back far-right voters”

    When did wanting to have a border and not being blown up by Islamic terrorists become a “far-right” idea?

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  24. Fitting title. Justine was also a De Sade book. In some circles it’s referred to as a novel. In others it’s more accurately called a pedophile training manual. And ironically Merkel doesn’t mind predators. But she doesn’t like her predators being taunted. That’s for sure.

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  25. Is it just me…or does anyone else think Merkel looks *just* like a Downs child?

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  26. If you like your refugees you can keep your refugees.

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  27. Root says:

    Fatima is bound to be re elected.

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  28. Derek Hagen says:

    “Justinesque” – OMG Sundance, I am so going to use that one. Maybe it will help warm up those cold winter nights up here in the hinterlands.

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  29. Covfefe-USA says:

    She looks like a living carcas. I’ll never get the image of her, dancing in a bikini out of my mind. So disgusting, so horribly degenerate. Absolutely repulsive.

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  30. All American Snowflake says:

    My friend, Heidi, who emigrated from Germany to the USA dated a Muslim back in her home country. She drank too much wine that evening and fell off to sleep; when she woke up her date, the Muslim, was raping her.
    It occurs to me that should be a cautionary tale to the German people with regard to host and/or date.
    “Take me in, O tender woman,” said the snake.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Believe me, they know. The term here is “antanzen” (dancing around) and the Moslems view it as sport.

      The government bots say “just keep them at arms length”. Yeah, right. If you have 30-foot arms…

      People here are upset, fed-up, etc., and the CDU and SPD are scared that their gravy-train is about to be derailed (sound familiar?).

      Here’s hoping and praying that the AfD and FDP do well next month, and the greens and “Die Linke” drop below the 5% limit (as they’re big-time ENABLERS).

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  31. litlbit2 says:

    Still checking but I think she just may be McConnell and Ryan’s sister. They certainly appear to be on the same wave length. Soros employees.

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  32. Bob Thoms says:

    Too little too late (hopefully)……………………….

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Great theme song for Angela. They should be playing this all over Germany. It should be blaring out onto the streets and Plazas.

      Bring it to her Rallies and dance to it.

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  33. She should be arrested as a traitor to and destroyer of the German people.She shouldn’t be able to get away with this and if any German citizen is undecided about her I think they need their sanity questioned.

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  34. kinthenorthwest says:

    Just before I got to the picture I was think that Merkel must have been talking to Justin Trudeau!!
    Or could it be that people close to her have gotten screwed by the Refuges in some way..

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  35. clodfobble says:

    Hopefully the German people are not buying this latest pantload from Merkel

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    • Jedinovice says:

      I would not make any difference. The two parties fighting it out are virtually identical in ideology. The German election system this time has been massively rigged to ensure Merkel wins and across Europe supposed ‘right wing; parties say the right thing before the election and then, as with the Republicans in the US, proceed to do what their globalist masters tell them afterwards.

      I hate to say it but Europe is lost.

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    • n1ghtcr4wler says:

      she only polling in the margin of error below the last election, so no

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  36. Nailbanger says:

    Little late now

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  37. Jedinovice says:

    She doesn’t mean it. And the election is massively rigged in her favour anyway.

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  38. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    She has eliminated everyone who opposed her in her party, even her mentor former chancelor Helmut Kohl was stabbed in the back by her. Behind closed doors when the cameras are off she is reportedly ruthless and aggressive.

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  39. Bendix says:

    So they are going to get “show us your papers” back, but this time, it’s for the Germans’ own good?
    As if that wasn’t the reason last time.
    That could be why Merkel allowed the invasion in the first place, to bring back that old East Germany sense of security she remembers so fondly.
    With all this freedom in the West, politicians have to worry about things like elections.
    Lest anyone think that this is unique to Germany, remember that Bush’s response to 9/11 was an unconstitutional crackdown on Americans’ rights and freedom, which continues to this day.
    Maybe Islam is only the excuse, as they know they can deal with them later?

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  40. guitar107 says:

    She was for immigration before she was against it. Funny. This is just a ruse.
    Does she want to be Frau Kanzler for life? No term limits there?

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  41. MaineCoon says:

    My thoughts are fairly simplistic.

    Merkel, raised as a Communist in East Germany, ultimately became the German Chancellor, who ultimately dictated all aspects of the EU and its nations.

    This politician brought about the demise of Germany and the nations in the EU.

    I said my goodbyes to Europe/EU in the 0s.

    All I care about now is President Trump pulling America back from the precipice to Make America Great Again.

    Merkel has communism ingrained in her. Merkel has been an overwhelming destructive force for Germany and EU. Good luck with that.

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  42. Sedanka says:

    What’s the difference? Germany is already lost.

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  43. ed357 says:

    So…..is German Chancellor Angela Merkel…..

    a Republican?

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  44. jbrickley says:

    Not deeply aware of German politics, but last I knew there was no one to really oppose her. Her opponent(s) are no better. She’s a two-faced duplicitous liar and globalist puppet whose in bed with the E.U. Germany is doomed unless someone swoops in and saves the day. I suspect part of the problem is the declining birthrate among the native Germanic peoples. They may only have one or two children and demographics studies state that is not enough to even maintain a population. Keep that up for too many generations and there won’t be a German people. So they swing open the borders to build the population.

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