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March 04, 2017, 02:09:22 PM
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unfortunately i think not, the economy's in decent shape and most people still aren't directly being made to feel the effects of the invasion, probably a few more years of merkel or something like merkel before things really kick off

It's still scary to hear that this situation has escalated to this, should it take more dead people for them to do something about it?

I doubt more dead people will change anything. Merkel effectively destroyed all her opponents in her own party and all other parties in Bundestag actually support her stance on immigration and reverse racism.

Germany at its current state is no more democratic than People Republic of China. Power is completely centralized and any kind of dissent is hammered from all sides.

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March 04, 2017, 02:55:31 PM
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unfortunately i think not, the economy's in decent shape and most people still aren't directly being made to feel the effects of the invasion, probably a few more years of merkel or something like merkel before things really kick off

It's still scary to hear that this situation has escalated to this, should it take more dead people for them to do something about it?

I doubt more dead people will change anything. Merkel effectively destroyed all her opponents in her own party and all other parties in Bundestag actually support her stance on immigration and reverse racism.

Germany at its current state is no more democratic than People Republic of China. Power is completely centralized and any kind of dissent is hammered from all sides.

Lmao

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I can't understand what you do not like life in Germany? You communicate with the Germans? They are quite happy with everything. The only problem is the refugees, but Merkel already solves this problem. Now begins the deportation and everything will return into place.
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March 04, 2017, 03:37:10 PM
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unfortunately i think not, the economy's in decent shape and most people still aren't directly being made to feel the effects of the invasion, probably a few more years of merkel or something like merkel before things really kick off

It's still scary to hear that this situation has escalated to this, should it take more dead people for them to do something about it?

I doubt more dead people will change anything. Merkel effectively destroyed all her opponents in her own party and all other parties in Bundestag actually support her stance on immigration and reverse racism.

Germany at its current state is no more democratic than People Republic of China. Power is completely centralized and any kind of dissent is hammered from all sides.

you know nothing about the rest of the world. Believe me Germany is far more democratic than Russia, China, Turkey, etc.

Germanys executive leader breached international law and her countrys law by suspending border control, inticing hundreds of thousands of people to pour into the country through hapless "allies" of Germany in south and east of the continent. All the while turning blind eye to violence commited both by migrants (especially in refugee camps against women and children) and ultra-left activists rallying around militant Antifa organization.

She created unrest and blatantly went against law.

Brexit is just a start of this destructive process where rule of law is upholded selectively without regard for wishes and interests of tax payers, which are actually paying for the circus.

So.

Please, educate me, how exactly are both german and other european citizens supposed to defend themselves against attack on their freedoms and rights democratically? By more BREXITs? As I have said, chancellor has virtually no opposition in either Bundestag or EU parlament in spite of all of this. It is fascimile of democracy. China has parliament too, you know? It matters about as much.

In working country. Democratic or not, that woman would be in prison by now. Yet, all you hapless slaves have to say. "Oh, oh, she said she will solve everything in no time!" No, shit Sherlock, she created the problem for you and the rest of Europe in the first place.
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March 04, 2017, 07:33:44 PM
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unfortunately i think not, the economy's in decent shape and most people still aren't directly being made to feel the effects of the invasion, probably a few more years of merkel or something like merkel before things really kick off

It's still scary to hear that this situation has escalated to this, should it take more dead people for them to do something about it?

I doubt more dead people will change anything. Merkel effectively destroyed all her opponents in her own party and all other parties in Bundestag actually support her stance on immigration and reverse racism.

Germany at its current state is no more democratic than People Republic of China. Power is completely centralized and any kind of dissent is hammered from all sides.

you know nothing about the rest of the world. Believe me Germany is far more democratic than Russia, China, Turkey, etc.

Germanys executive leader breached international law and her countrys law by suspending border control, inticing hundreds of thousands of people to pour into the country through hapless "allies" of Germany in south and east of the continent. All the while turning blind eye to violence commited both by migrants (especially in refugee camps against women and children) and ultra-left activists rallying around militant Antifa organization.

She created unrest and blatantly went against law.

Brexit is just a start of this destructive process where rule of law is upholded selectively without regard for wishes and interests of tax payers, which are actually paying for the circus.

So.

Please, educate me, how exactly are both german and other european citizens supposed to defend themselves against attack on their freedoms and rights democratically? By more BREXITs? As I have said, chancellor has virtually no opposition in either Bundestag or EU parlament in spite of all of this. It is fascimile of democracy. China has parliament too, you know? It matters about as much.

In working country. Democratic or not, that woman would be in prison by now. Yet, all you hapless slaves have to say. "Oh, oh, she said she will solve everything in no time!" No, shit Sherlock, she created the problem for you and the rest of Europe in the first place.

Are you a german reichsbürger? LoL

Im a german citizien and i can say with 100% certainity that you are talking bullshit.
Reading your post reminds me badly of Russia Today - putins personal PR machine.

Neither do we ignore crimes by refugees/migrants nor are we using refugees as slave workers.
We still live happily and enjoy our freedom and democracy.
The only unrest we have are some 1.000 people of the AFD composed mostly of some neo-nazis that burn asylum seeker hostel's and people like you who desperately try to spread lies and defend shit like that.

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March 04, 2017, 07:37:51 PM
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unfortunately i think not, the economy's in decent shape and most people still aren't directly being made to feel the effects of the invasion, probably a few more years of merkel or something like merkel before things really kick off

It's still scary to hear that this situation has escalated to this, should it take more dead people for them to do something about it?

I doubt more dead people will change anything. Merkel effectively destroyed all her opponents in her own party and all other parties in Bundestag actually support her stance on immigration and reverse racism.

Germany at its current state is no more democratic than People Republic of China. Power is completely centralized and any kind of dissent is hammered from all sides.

you know nothing about the rest of the world. Believe me Germany is far more democratic than Russia, China, Turkey, etc.

Germanys executive leader breached international law and her countrys law by suspending border control, inticing hundreds of thousands of people to pour into the country through hapless "allies" of Germany in south and east of the continent. All the while turning blind eye to violence commited both by migrants (especially in refugee camps against women and children) and ultra-left activists rallying around militant Antifa organization.

She created unrest and blatantly went against law.

Brexit is just a start of this destructive process where rule of law is upholded selectively without regard for wishes and interests of tax payers, which are actually paying for the circus.

So.

Please, educate me, how exactly are both german and other european citizens supposed to defend themselves against attack on their freedoms and rights democratically? By more BREXITs? As I have said, chancellor has virtually no opposition in either Bundestag or EU parlament in spite of all of this. It is fascimile of democracy. China has parliament too, you know? It matters about as much.

In working country. Democratic or not, that woman would be in prison by now. Yet, all you hapless slaves have to say. "Oh, oh, she said she will solve everything in no time!" No, shit Sherlock, she created the problem for you and the rest of Europe in the first place.

Are you a german reichsbürger? LoL

Im a german citizien and i can say with 100% certainity that you are talking bullshit.
Reading your post reminds me badly of Russia Today - putins personal PR machine.

Neither do we ignore crimes by refugees/migrants nor are we using refugees as slave workers.
We still live happily and enjoy our freedom and democracy.
The only unrest we have are some 1.000 people of the AFD composed mostly of some neo-nazis that burn asylum seeker hostel's and people like you who desperately try to spread lies and defend shit like that.

As a German I agree with criptix.

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December 01, 2017, 01:34:41 PM
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I dont think this is going to happen anytime soon on the contrary after Brexit Germany will have to play a larger role to keep the EU together.
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December 20, 2017, 02:52:16 PM
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Germany is not nearing it's end although it does have problems. The EU however i think is on course to disband perhaps in the next decade. I think more countries will secede then.

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December 20, 2017, 03:04:25 PM
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I don't think so.
Germany is real leader of EU and the chancellor Merkel have vision how and where to lead Germany and whole EU.
Even if EU collapse I'm sure that Germany will remain stable and leader in free market.
Yes, they have some difficulties now in political arena but it will be resolved, as always, after long and difficult but constructive negotiations.
Politicians in Germany are responsible and will not endanger the stability and prosperity of the whole country.
From economic viewpoint, Germany has never been in better, position without debts and deficits.
Other countries have a lot to learn from Germany.
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December 27, 2017, 07:05:49 AM
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Absolutely not. Germany has one of the most powerful economy on earth and It will be continuing for years. Howver; Germany must solve its immgrant problem immediately for its own people's sake. Immigrants are the real problem of Germany . This country has nothing with economy.

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December 27, 2017, 07:24:33 AM
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Germany is not nearing it's end although it does have problems. The EU however i think is on course to disband perhaps in the next decade. I think more countries will secede then.

Now one is happy with the German dictatorship within the EU. Neither the western European nations (especially Italy, Netherlands.etc), not the eastern members (Poland, Slovakia, Romania.etc) are happy with the current state of affairs. The EU will not survive secession by another large member. It can be Italy, France, Netherlands, or Belgium.

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December 27, 2017, 10:17:39 AM
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Germany's future gonna be interesting, or i would say the whole EUROPE, the christian vs muslim.
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December 27, 2017, 04:07:34 PM
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Germany is the strongest economy in the EU which means it's really impossible to be ended by the outside conditions.
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December 27, 2017, 04:20:35 PM
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They bit off more than they can chew.
Someone told me once that the European Union was a way for "Germania" to get to the 4th Reich, and at that moment I thought "this guy is a genius - why didn't I think of this myself - it's so obvious.
But maybe this time it won't go their way.
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December 27, 2017, 07:47:13 PM
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Germany is the strongest economy in the EU which means it's really impossible to be ended by the outside conditions.

Yeah sure... they are somewhat immune to the outside issues. That's why they are creating problems on the inside. They have taken around 1.5 million Muslim immigrants from Syria and other middle-eastern nations. After the family reunifications, we can expect this number to multiply by many times. Anyway... all the best for the Germans.

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December 27, 2017, 08:15:05 PM
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Firstly I am not German. I think this article is trash. German is a huge economy, hard working people and home to many amazing brands. Its infrastructure is first class and its polictical leadership is some of the best in the world. Please dont make decisions based on articles you read in the Sun newspaper.
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December 27, 2017, 09:01:19 PM
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It's still scary to hear that this situation has escalated to this, should it take more dead people for them to do something about it?
short answer is yes.

radical events are needed to force mollycoddled westerners from their comfort zones, as long as germans enjoy nice easy lives they won't rise up and drive the invaders out, hell most of them refuse even to vote for anti immigration parties because being labelled racist is the worst thing they can imagine happening to them

i've said it before and it bears repeating, it is the women (who support migrants) and cowards (who also support migrants) who ultimately take the brunt of the invaders' savagery and at this point in time they aren't worth shedding a drop of blood for, things are going to turn around soon but i think it begins in netherlands and france not germany, denazification infected the germans with an unusually severe case of pussification even by western standards, it may be that the islamic population needs to rise to 40% and literal anarchy be unleashed upon that country for the people to start fighting back

Uh-oh. Sounds like trouble. I agree that the issue looks severe and action has to be taken soon. I wonder how you guys are going to unravel this mess. Good luck.
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December 30, 2017, 10:53:02 PM
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I don't think that Germany is going through a bad time. To date, it is one of the most influential countries in Europe. This article contains the wrong facts.
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