A new popularist right wing party, Alternative für Deutschland, said it would seek to have Chancellor Angela Merkel prosecuted for people trafficking, because she opened the country‘s borders to hundreds of thousands of Muslim illegal aliens a month ago.
DMF (h/t Susan K) The Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) [Alternative for Germany, a party similar to UKIP] intends to file a criminal complaint against Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel in relation to the federal government’s asylum policy.
“Frau Merkel has acted as a people-trafficker,” said the deputy party leader Alexander Gauland, referring to the federal government’s decision at the start of September to allow thousands of refugees in Hungary to travel to Germany.
At the same time the AfD leader demanded an immediate stop to the acceptance of asylum applications. “Accommodation that respects human dignity” could no longer be guaranteed, said the party leader Frauke Petry in justification of the demand.To limit the influx, Petry also called for refugees’ right to family reuinification to be ended. The borders should be controlled temporarily and closed to people without visas, she said.
The CDU, which is the Bavarian sister party of Merkel’s party, the CSU, is also rebelling against her lunatic course of action.
The Bavarian minister president Horst Seehofer threatened on Friday to start turning refugees back at the Austrian border. “We need to take emergency measures to stem the flow of refugees, for example turning them back at the Austrian border or sending asylum seekers immediately on into other German states,” Seehofer said to Bild.
New Observer Opposition to German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s treasonous promotion of the nonwhite invasion of Europe is mounting: this week, she faced protests in the European Parliament, an increased number of public protest meetings in cities around Germany, and the beginnings of a full-scale rebellion from within her own party.
Earlier this week, while addressing the European Parliament in Strasburg with French president Francois Hollande, Merkel was confronted with a protest banner reading “Merkel, Hollande: you betrayed Europe!”
The protest banner was unfurled by Hungarian Jobbik party Members of the European Parliament Krisztina Morvai and Zoltán Balczó, both famous for their strident remarks in defence of European sovereignty and Hungarian freedom.
Their protest caused a stir in the parliament proceedings, briefly interrupting Merkel’s address which contained a call for Europeans to accept the nonwhite invasion of their ancestral homeland.
At home in Germany, an increasing number of protest meetings—attended by thousands—are being organized across the country. The most recent was held in the city of Erfurt on Thursday October 8, when at least 8,000 attended an Alternative für Deutschland rally called to protest the invasion. The crowd was nearly double the size which had attended a similar protest meeting the previous week.
By way of contrast, a counter demonstration in support of the nonwhite invasion was attended by a paltry 600 people, even though it was addressed by the leader of the Green Party in the German parliament.
In Dresden, the third-largest city in the former East Germany, tens of thousands continue to attend the weekly rallies organized by the anti-Islamification group Pegida.
New Observer Despite controlled media coverage pretending that ordinary Germans welcome the nonwhite invasion of Europe, in reality they are opposed to it and want the invaders deported, some German politicians have admitted.
The admission has emerged in the infighting aftermath within the German coalition government’s about turn over its “open borders” policy—even though these same politicians deliberately forced through “refugee” policies which they knew the German people opposed.
The first indication that this grand coalition had cracked over Merkel’s declaration that Germany would accept “unlimited” numbers of nonwhite invaders, came with the surprise announcement on Sunday September 13, that the German border with Austria was being closed.
Significantly, the announcement was made by the German Interior Minister, and not by Merkel who, as late as Friday, September 11, was still insisting that anyone was welcome in Germany.
However, CSU leader Horst Seehofer, who is also Prime Minister of Bavaria, was the first to attack Merkel, calling her decision to allow the invasion an “unparalleled historical mistake.”
Seehofer told Der Spiegel magazine: “It was a mistake that will occupy us for a long time yet. I see no possibility of putting the cork back into the bottle.”
The mood of the population is already nearing tipping point, and we cannot afford that. The public wants it stopped and rejected asylum seekers to be deported. We must not overburden the citizenry’s tolerance.”
The controlled media has continually tried to present the German people as welcoming the invasion, relying on images of a few hundred far-leftist fanatics applauding arriving invaders at Munich railway station. However, both in official opinion polls and on social media, the true voice of the German people has been heard.
A Eurobarometer opinion poll conducted in February this year found 71 percent of Germans opposed Third World immigration outright, and 45 percent wanted illegal immigration into the EU “counteracted at both EU and national levels.”