Face of the day



Angela Merkel is facing humiliation and a  political defeat  in her home state this Sunday.

  • Martin
    • MaryLou

      This is so true. More people need to say it.

  • Usaywot

    Oh I so hope so.

  • JLS

    Another one in a pant suit who should never have been in power. What a mess.

  • Dumrse

    So far left the road markers are safe. She will certainly contribute to the next millenniums history books in an unflattering way and make the top ten most hated pollies listing for the foreseeable future. Her Keplar is degrading quickly and the hurts gonna come.

  • Genevieve

    Finally, the self-induced left wing coma that Germans have been in is coming to an end. They are waking up to the stark fact that Merkel has damaged their culture and way of life, with no foreseeable improvement apparent on the horizon due to her irresponsible immigration policies.

    • LesleyNZ

      Was Angela supposed to be as left wing as she has shown herself to be? Have a read about the CDU – Christian Democratic Union Party. Angela has led the CDU astray. The following quote is from an article published just before the Germany’s Sept. 2009 election. They say that Angela is not a typical CDU member because she is protestant and grew up in East Germany. Maybe this has something to do with her stance this past year. Will be interesting to to read an update about the CDU for this next election. “Where Do They Stand? A Quick Guide to Germany’s Political Parties” ‘The Christian Democratic Union, founded after World War II, is Germany’s main conservative party. Five of the eight chancellors who have led the Federal Republic since 1949 have been CDU members. It has its roots in the Center Party, a Catholic political party founded in 1870, and its traditional strongholds are in southwest and western Germany. Chancellor Angela Merkel, a Protestant who grew up in communist East Germany, is not a typical CDU member. CDU Chancellors Konrad Adenauer and Ludwig Erhard presided over West Germany’s post-war economic miracle by espousing the principles of the social market economy, which rejects socialism and laissez-faire economics and sees the government’s role as providing the framework for fair competition, low unemployment and social welfare. The party continues to adhere to those principles, which have become the bedrock of Germany’s economic system. In the current campaign it has pledged tax cuts and wants to delay the planned phasing out of some of Germany’s nuclear power stations. It is also opposed to Turkey joining the EU. Its preferred coalition partner is the pro-business FDP, but it may end up sharing power with the Social Democrats again after the Sept. 27 election.’ http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/where-do-they-stand-a-quick-guide-to-germany-s-political-parties-a-651388.html This past year Angela Merkel has been trying to atone the sins of the forefather’s – the Nazis and Adolph Hitler but she has heaped coals upon herself and Germany has changed forever. The ghosts of the past have shaped and are still shaping the future of Germany. Questions is – will these ghosts ever go away?

    • Mick Ie

      ‘No foreseeable improvement’. I think you are being very charitable.
      I would say irreversible damage.

  • JEL51

    There, Ladies & Gentlemen, we are beginning to see the very fabric of the Left’s great interference known as Social Engineering, beginning to unravel. Liking them to what we now refer to as Town Planners, you can only control the direction the people will take, at the end of a gun. Then, sooner or later they will rise-up.
    The fools of the Left can not see that the ordinary, everyday individual does actually have the ability to think for themselves. As Nigel Farage says, there is a need for a Democratic Renaissance where you put people back in charge of their lives.
    Way to go!!

    • MaryLou

      Gosh I hope you are right. I can’t help thinking we are a bit to blame – all of us who disagree with the direction of society over the last 20 years – for allowing ourselves to be shouted down and cowed into silence. Why have we left it to the Whales, and the Milo’s? Are we just “too busy”? Maybe it’s partly that. Seems a bit weak though, in hindsight.

      • KatB

        MaryLou, I was just thinking the same thing this morning. With our wish to not be judgmental and to live and let live, we seem to have lost our way and are afraid to voice our own beliefs for fear we may be called on it. Maybe the “old bat” that lived at the end of the street that had an opinion on everything and wasn’t afraid to say so, wasn’t the enemy after all. Now nobody seems to have an opinion and we seem pretty directionless.

        • Duchess of Pork

          That’s why it’s called Creeping Sharia. The creeping part comes first, slipping and sliding in through back doors in the middle of the night while the sheeple sleep. Only a few nightwatchers are awake and aware. We must grow the Nightwatch.

          • KatB

            That’s why they’re so effective too, because they do have a common belief and purpose and they aren’t afraid to shove it in our tolerant faces.

  • intelligentes candida diva

    I have been reading and viewing information on the depravity and maiming of dogs by followers of Islam. Extremely disturbing

    In my view anyone in the West who supports a barbaric ideology named Islam that espouses:
    censorhip of no freedom of choice
    throwing gays off walls
    torturing atheists
    maiming abusing & slow killing of animals in particular dogs
    tolerating minimising & justifying child rape,

    ….yeah nah, no sympathy from me.

    This FOTD deserves defeat and humiliation having sold out her own people for the sake of an ideological system that wants to dominate theirs…..what did she expect!

  • Duchess of Pork

    Never mind Mutti. You get to keep your Coudenhove-Kalgeri award, but you won’t collect the double you so badly wanted. It was all going so well wasn’t it; the blueprint was being followed impeccably. Such a shame the people woke up.