'Wir schaffen das!' 'Nein, du kannst nicht Frau Bundeskanzler!' New York Times' Douthat Joins the #MerkelMussWeg Chorus

Something is stirring in Germany, one of the most important countries in the Washington-led Anglo-Globalist empire. After days of trying to sweep the story under the rug of women being attacked with firecrackers and sexually assaulted near the Cologne train station and other venues across the country on New Year's Eve, the German police, government and press are facing a severe backlash. One whose implications have started to disturb the Atlanticist, politically correct Establishment that dominates the country over 70 years after WWII.https://twitter.com/ThornyBastard1/status/686325453934608384

'Wir schaffen das' is Mutti Merkel's equivalent to Barack Hussein Obama's 'yes we can'

A popular Internet meme in Europe. Top image -- what anti-Communist activist Viktor Orban was doing in the mid-1980s, versus below what Stasi asset Angela M was doing.

Even The New York Times' token mainline conservative columnist Ross Douthat can no longer ignore the fact that the Germans have welcomed in far too many able bodied, military age young Muslim males under the guise of showing compassion towards the victims of the Syrian, Libyan and Iraq wars (conflicts instigated by Washington and its regional allies). Douthat's column this weekend concludes by noting that the mass influx of mosty Islamic humanity into Germany threatens the hard won achievements of the post WWII peace, but also implies even more.

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Left unsaid by Douthat, but what the Russia Analyst will also say (and has written to 'W' the Intelligence Insider among others) is that the nationalist backlash among Germans who don't want to lose their country in the next two to three decades to permanent demographic change is unlikely to forgive the perceived superpower behind the ex-Stasi Chancellor's moral preening -- read her globalist masters on the other side of the English Channel and Atlantic. As we wrote this past week to 'W', not only are 'white knight' incidents where American GIs end up beating up young Muslim males they perceive to be accosting local frauleins likely, but if present trends aren't halted and reversed, we could see Germans expressing anger in a few years to members of the American military that NATO did nothing to defend Europe's borders from the real invasion, rather than the wildly hyped Russian threat:

 

Left Party leader Oskar Lafontaine debates U.S. Army deputy European commander Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges on German television, with English subtitles

If you believe that an aging, secularized, heretofore-mostly-homogeneous society is likely to peacefully absorb a migration of that size and scale of cultural difference, then you have a bright future as a spokesman for the current German government.

You’re also a fool. Such a transformation promises increasing polarization among natives and new arrivals alike. It threatens not just a spike in terrorism but a rebirth of 1930s-style political violence. The still-imaginary France Michel Houellebecq conjured up in his novel “Submission,” in which nativists and Islamists brawl in the streets, would have a very good chance of being realized in the German future.

This need not happen. But prudence requires doing everything possible to prevent it. That means closing Germany’s borders to new arrivals for the time being. It means beginning an orderly deportation process for able-bodied young men. It means giving up the fond illusion that Germany’s past sins can be absolved with a reckless humanitarianism in the present.

It means that Angela Merkel must go — so that her country, and the continent it bestrides, can avoid paying too high a price for her high-minded folly.

Read the whole thing here, and try to understand The New York Times effect on man.


Did TheEconomist World in 2016 annual issue cover predict this, with its grim turbaned Taliban-like warrior?

Sign being held by an older German woman says,

 

RT clip: German Chancellor Angela Merkel in damage control mode as populist anger rises over the attacks on women in Cologne and other cities

 

Infowars' Paul Joseph Watson on what happened and how the German media and authorities tried to downplay it, then blame the victims

 

Alex Jones talks to libertarian thinker and show host Stefan Molyneux about the European rape epidemic and 2016 being a decisive year for liberty

 

Former English Defence League spokesman Tommy Robinson, who spoke at the PEGIDA Cologne rally that drew several thousand protesters Sunday

 

Tommy Robinson speech to 'patriots of Germany' translated by a German guy in a cowboy hat in Cologne, January 10, 2016