Angela Merkel

How many refugees in Germany are employed?

Over a million migrants from the middle East were welcomed into Germany last year. Angela Merkel insisted that it was a win-win situation since Germany needed the migrants’ children due to its own low birth rate as well as their labour to boost the German workforce. So how has that worked out for Germany?

Take the multi-choice test:

Question: How many refugee/migrants in Germany are now employed?

A) 1 in 10

B) 1 in 100

C) 1 in 1000

D) 1 in 10,000

E) 1 in 100,000

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

Underdog Socialism is why Left-wing governments are failing around the world

Socialism loves the Underdog

Socialism loves the Underdog

Underdog socialism is the reason why Left-wing governments are  struggling to hold on to power all over the world. Underdog socialism is all about making decisions using emotion rather than reason.  They make decisions  to help others without considering the economic or societal damage that the decisions will cause. The clearest example of this kind of underdog socialism is the mass migration  and open borders in Europe. Sweden, France, Germany and Britain are struggling and failing to keep their women and children safe  while their nations’ cultural morals, standards and rules are being challenged and broken down by the culture of the millions of migrants.

It’s an international phenomenon, observable among legions of leftwing thinkers and movements, from trade unions to political parties, from columnists to professors. The world view of the underdog socialist is encapsulated in the notion that the establishment has mastered the game of reason, judgment and statistics, leaving the left with emotion. Its heart is in the right place.

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Syrian professor explains culture clash in Germany

Syrian Prof. Bassam Tibi was asked if he thought that the Germans had a tendency towards extremism. To help explain his answer he gave an example. The French president he said, accepted 30,000 Syrians into France and then it was over. In contrast the German Chancellor accepted 1.5 million refugees and even after doing that refused to put an upper limit on the amount that Germany would take.

Prof. Bassam Tibi  has lived for 54 years in Germany and his observation is that the Germans are unbalanced. They are either for  something or against something.  They do not seem to have a middle ground. Two German Jewish philosophers he said, have observed the same thing. Theodor W. Adorno speaks of a German disease, which he calls “pathos of the absolute”. Helmuth Plessner wrote about the magic of extreme views.

 When asked about the Arab migrants inside Germany Prof. Bassam Tibi claimed that…

…they see “slut” German women as fair game for assault and warned that the country is set to see “big social conflicts” as a result of Angela Merkel and EU open border policies.

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Clark is only number 22 on the world’s most powerful women list


Helen Clark’s Sith powers seem to be failing her, she is listed at number 22 on the list of the most powerful women in the world.

Former Prime Minister Helen Clark has been named as one of the most powerful women in the world.

Ms Clark, who is campaigning to be the United Nations’ Secretary-General, is featured in Forbes magazine’s latest The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women list.

She sits on the number 22 spot.

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There was a young fellow from Ankara, Who was a terrific wankerer…


Boris Johnson wins sledge of the year for his limerick about Recep Tayyip Erdoğan:

Boris Johnson has won a £1,000 prize for a rude poem about the Turkish president having sex with a goat.

The former mayor of London’s limerick, published by the Spectator as a rebuff to Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s efforts to prosecute a German comedian’s offensive poem, also calls the president a “wankerer”.

Johnson, a former editor of the magazine, won the Spectator’s “President Erdoğan offensive poetry competition”, despite judge Douglas Murray saying the contest had received thousands of entries. The prize money has been donated by a reader.

The limerick was written off-the-cuff by the Conservative MP during an interview with the Swiss weekly magazine Die Weltwoche.  

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The Krauts are revolting

The Krauts are revolting against Angela Merkel’s continued support for the wog invasion.

A pig’s head bearing a written insult against German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been found outside her constituency office.

Police declined to provide further details about the insult when contacted by Reuters, saying an investigation had been launched in the northeastern town of Stralsund on Saturday.

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More proof (if it was needed) that German humour is problematic at best


Germany’s Angela Merkel has agreed to allow prosecutors to pursue a case against a German comedian who mocked Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan, prompting accusations she’s failed to protect free speech and has split her ruling coalition.

Erdogan had demanded that Germany press charges against Jan Boehmermann after he recited a poem about the Turkish leader in a show on German public broadcaster ZDF on March 31, suggesting he hits girls, watches child pornography and engages in bestiality.

You see, that’s not funny.   Strike 1.   Read more »

Has Europe abolished itself?

Angela Merkel is being blamed for the demise of Europe:

A combination of Islamist terror and badly designed migration policy is going to destroy Europe, claims a Swiss member of parliament who said Angela Merkel and Islam are to blame.

The comments by Swiss People’s Party (SVP) member of parliament Roger Köppel are just the latest by a high profile European politician on the demise of the continent. His remarks, which appeared in his own Weltwoche daily newspaper could not have been clearer, when Mr. Köppel remarked on Europe’s growing instability: “The German refugee policy could trigger a new world war”.

Comparing the “megalomaniac, we can do it” mentality  of Angela Merkel and others to Europe on the eve of the First World War, the editorial foresaw a situation where millions of ordinary Europeans would pay dearly for a situation manufactured by their leaders. Those in charge would now, as then, not have to pay for their mistakes at all.

Writing in the newspaper of which he is editor-in-chief, the parliamentarian wrote: “The basic problem today is Islam… The attacks in Paris and Brussels are acute symptoms of an incorrect, sick immigration policy.” Criticising the infiltration of “death-seeking fanatics and madmen”, Mr. Köppel said “Islam endangers the survival of our civilisation”.

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Merkel knows better – no change in immigration policy

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Chancellor Angela Merkel has vowed to press on with her migrant policy despite seeing her Christian Democrats (CDU) party being punished by voters who flocked to the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) in Sunday’s three regional polls.

The electoral setbacks came just as Merkel is trying to convince her European Union partners to seal a deal with Turkey to stem the tide of migrants, which has already dwindled as countries along the main route have unilaterally shut borders and erected fences.

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