GERMANY: Thousands of outraged German protesters turn out to demand that MERKEL MUST GO!

36B9284000000578-0-image-m-10_1469878180306After four Muslim terrorist attacks in 12 days, Germans are getting desperate to change the leadership of Angela Merkel who welcomed more than a million MUSLIM invaders posing as refugees into the country last year, almost equal to the population of Munich, the country’s third largest city. This year, at least a million more Muslims are expected.

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UK Daily Mail  A crowd claimed to be as large has 10,000 has gathered outside Berlin’s Washington Square listening to speeches and chanting “Merkel muss weg!” (Merkel must go). The hashtag #MerkelMussWeg was trending on twitter before the event with reaching hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.

Germany is still on high alert following the ISIS inspired assaults that have struck the population. Merkel’s premiership is hanging by a thread today as thousands gathered to call for her resignation while a key political ally dramatically withdrew his support over immigration policy. 

More than 5,000 protested in Berlin and thousands more throughout Germany over the ‘open-door’ policy that many have blamed for four brutal terrorist attacks that left 13 dead over the last month.

The Chancellor faced a fresh wave of fury after it emerged that two recent terror attacks and a third killing were carried out by men who entered the country as refugees.

Merkel must go - protests

Merkel must go – protests

Despite the massive waves of criticism, Merkel defended her policy this week, dramatically proclaiming ‘we can do it’ as she pledged not to let the violent acts guide political decisions.  

But now her key ally in Bavaria – which bore the brunt of the attacks – has launched a fresh attack on her leadership, distancing his party from Merkel and straining the coalition that keeps her in power. Horst Seehofer, the conservative premier of Bavaria, said he did not share Merkel’s ‘we can do it’ credo on accommodating the almost 1.1 million migrants and refugees who arrived in 2015.

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