Germany

They despise Germany and its values

A translator who has lived in Germany since the 1990s has found out what Muslim migrants really think about their new country and its people.The translator worked with asylum seekers in migrant centres because she herself had arrived as a migrant in 1991 and she wanted to give something back because she was grateful for receiving an “open-minded reception and support” What she learned is shocking. She learned that Muslim migrants believe “Germany should be Islamised”, and hate their German hosts.
While working with asylum seekers in the migrant centres, the 39 year old translator learned that Muslim migrants want to “destroy” Christians, by having more children and that they preach hatred towards people of other faiths.

Cautiously, she wants to elucidate the methods of contraception. “Some women told me,” We will multiply. We must have more children than the Christians. Only in this way can we destroy them. “When she rejects and says that it is the Christians who help them, she rejects them.To defend the Christians is sin.

-translated to English ( Kath.net )

…A Christian but presumed to be Muslim by migrants and other staff volunteering and working at the shelters, the translator of Arabic immediately discovered “Christians are oppressed, intimidated and harassed by Muslim refugees. This is normal.”

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The Life of the Acclaimed Author, Kurt Vonnegut was as Rich as His Fictional Works

Kurt Vonnegut is widely known for his special brand of postmodernism, science fiction, and humour — particularly his irreverent, semi-autobiographical novel Slaughterhouse-Five, which earned him many accolades. In a career spanning over 50 years, Vonnegut published fourteen novels, three short story collections, five plays, and five works of non-fiction.

While works like Slaughterhouse-Five have pushed Vonnegut’s work into the cultural lexicon, the general public knows comparatively less about his personal life.

Kurt Vonnegut Jr. was born on November 11, 1922 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He was the youngest of three children of Kurt Vonnegut Sr. and his wife Edith (née Lieber). His older siblings were Bernard (born 1914) and Alice (born 1917). Vonnegut was descended from German immigrants who settled in the United States in the mid-19th century. Vonnegut’s mother was born into Indianapolis high society, as her family, the Liebers, were among the wealthiest in the city, their fortune derived from ownership of a successful brewery.

Although both of Vonnegut’s parents were fluent German speakers, the ill feeling toward that country during and after World War I caused the Vonneguts to abandon the culture to show their American patriotism. Thus, they never taught their youngest son German or introduced him to German literature and tradition, leaving him feeling “ignorant and rootless”. Vonnegut later credited Ida Young, his family’s African-American cook and housekeeper for the first ten years of his life, for raising him and giving him values. “She gave me decent moral instruction and was exceedingly nice to me. So she was as great an influence on me as anybody.” Vonnegut described Young as “humane and wise”, adding that “the compassionate, forgiving aspects of his beliefs” came from her.

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Educated Germans are leaving Germany

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Over 1.5 million Native Germans (many of who are highly educated) have left Germany in the last ten years. If the quote from this refugee is an indication of how other refugees feel about this exodus then they will not be missed.

“We refugees… do not want to live in the same country with you. You can, and I think you should, leave Germany. And please take Saxony and the Alternative for Germany (AfD) with you…. Why do you not go to another country? We are sick of you!”

— Aras Bacho an 18-year-old Syrian migrant, in Der Freitag, October 2016.

Eighty percent of the Germans relocating to Hungary have said that the migration crisis was their main reason for their decision to leave Germany. 98% of Hungarians have voted to ignore the European Union’s  Muslim migrant quotas.

…A growing number of Germans are abandoning neighborhoods in which they have lived all their lives, and others are leaving Germany for good, as mass immigration transforms parts of the country beyond recognition.

Data from the German statistics agency, Destatis, shows that 138,000 Germans left Germany in 2015. More are expected to emigrate in 2016. In a story on brain drain titled, “German talent is leaving the country in droves,” Die Welt reported that more than 1.5 million Germans, many of them highly educated, left Germany during the past decade.

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Tick, Tick, Tick, Germany’s countdown to civil war has started

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When an elected  government recklessly endangers a country…

When the police force are no longer able to control the criminal elements…

When the general public no longer feel safe inside their own country….

People start to take the law into their own hands. Germany is at a tipping point. Police are unable to protect German women so German Biker Gangs have taken on the role of protectors. Without the rule of law they are not acting just to defend women from actual attacks but are targeting men based on their culture, race and migrant status. The innocent are being hurt along with the guilty. The rule of law is now under threat. How long before civil disobedience turns into civil war?

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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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Cheerful blonde families public enemy number one in Germany

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Cheerful blonde family

Germany does not appear to have learned anything from history. Once again they are targeting people based on what they believe and how they look. In fact, they are turning on people who formerly made up the very backbone of their country. Blonde, ethnic Germans. Once again in Germany, only one political view is acceptable and once again socialism is raising its ugly head.

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Parenting magazine Baby & Family has told readers to beware of families who are “inconspicuous” and “cheerful”, as these warning signs indicate they are right wing and thus “dangerous”.

Depicted with illustrations featuring solely blonde women and children, the report says ordinary parents must take action against right-wing families and make clear that their ideology has no place in the world.

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French Muslims object to French Burkini ban while German Muslims take photos of nude women

It seems that wherever there is a beach there are Muslims challenging the status quo.  In France, Muslim women have demanded the right to cover up and in Germany, Muslim men  have turned up at German nudist beaches to take photos of uncovered German women.

…Here in Germany, in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s own backyard, there has been a pretty toxic debate over a woman’s right to wear nothing at all.

‘People are angry. It’s always been in our culture to sunbathe naked. Now our naturist beaches have to have signs which say “No Photography” in Arabic because these so-called refugees are filming them,’ says Jens Schneider, a local candidate and activist for Alternative Fur Deutschland — Alternative For Germany — in Mrs Merkel’s home state.

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

What has happened to the famous German efficiency?

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My great Grandparents on my father’s side emigrated from Germany to Australia. My Great Nana, in particular, was a tough but loving pioneer who built a future for her large brood of children through backbreaking physical work and determination. She didn’t just bring up her own children she also brought up a lot of her grandchildren including my father. From a young age, he learned self-sufficiency and personal responsibility at her knee. If she sent him out with a rifle and two bullets she expected him to bring home two rabbits for dinner. My Dad’s favourite story is the day she gave him only one bullet and he brought home two rabbits. I think my Great Nana deserves the credit for my Father being a skilled counter sniper amongst other talents when he was a soldier.

German’s have always been famous for their efficiency but it seems that the stereotype no longer has a basis in truth. Something has emasculated the German people. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read the following article.

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