Germany: AFD’s Gottfried Curio Exposes the United Nations Global Refugee Pact: ‘The goal is to make every internal refugee in Africa a problem for Europe’ (Video)

Germany: AFD’s Gottfried Curio Exposes the United Nations Global Refugee Pact: ‘The goal is to make every internal refugee in Africa a problem for Europe’ (Video)

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  • On January 1, 2020
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Dr. Gottfried Curio is a member of the Bundestag (German federal parliament) for AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany). In a speech on the floor of the Bundestag, Dr. Curio addresses the catastrophic effects of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s alliance with the United Nation’s High Commissioner for “Refugees” and its Global Migration Pact.

This radical alliance has resettled millions of dangerous illegal economic migrants in Germany and throughout Europe and had debilitating financial effects on Germany. As Curio points out, Germany is on a horrific path toward recession:

Rich Germany, where there are no apartments available, not enough teachers, no daycare places available, but plenty of debt and EU liabilities, crumbling bridges, roads, and schools, and our elderly people feeding themselves at charity food banks.

Despite the adverse economic and safety impacts on Germany resulting from the 2015 Merkel-UN policy alliance, the plan is to continue resettling people from nations where they already have safety and protection:

Currently more than 50% of the young people in the Arab world want to emigrate. That’s 53 million, and several million are waiting in Syrian camps for their resettlement in Europe. However, with an expected doubling of the African population to 2.4 billion by 2050, overpopulation is likely to become a prominent reason for flight. Certainly they will also be fairly distributed all over the globe.  

During Curio’s speech, radical leftist MPs from Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and The Free Democratic Party (FDP) displayed their disrespect as they turned their backs as Curio addressed parliament.

Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and The Free Democratic Party (FDP) turn their backs on Dr. Gottfried

The AfD is pretty much the only classical European party on the German political spectrum. They are family oriented, want secure borders, and believe in the preservation of the nation state of Germany, much as President Trump does of America.

Dr. Gottfried Curio Speech

“Now we will hear from the AfD faction Dr. Gottfried Curio, the domestic policy spokesman. 

The AfD requested this parliamentary session. Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen, the Global Refugee Pact aims to carve into stone the major mistakes made by the German government in 2015. It intends to distribute “refugees” fairly on an international scale, through increased resettlement, legal entry routes and it wants to provide legal work opportunities for “people on the move”. The goal is to make every internal refugee in Africa a problem for Europe. 

Resettlement means accepting people from a nation where they already have safety and protection. It is a resettlement program to Germany and Europe. To begin with, the UNHCR wants to bring in almost one and a half million people. However, once refugees are resettled in Germany, they transfer money back home. What’s the best way to use that money there? That’s right! Migrate to Germany. Since this distribution policy has been tried and tested in Europe for years and doesn’t work, it leads to just one conclusion: Instead of distribution, Germany will be taking them all in for the most part.  

In line with this, Heiko Maas has committed to a progressive expansion of the admission programme for the next few years. Let’s not forget that among the Western industrialized countries, Germany already leads, in terms of the millions spent for refugees it has taken in, far ahead of the rest in the ranking. The people affected by this don’t come from a neighbouring country close to their home, nor do they remain internally displaced persons, but will now be separated from their cultural community and distributed around the globe. Returning home once the conflict has ended is made difficult as a result.  

We shouldn’t be moving masses of people around the globe; ideally we should be sending aid money, ladies and gentlemen. Such a resettlement programme is a deeply inhumane doctoring-up of a problem, in terms of population policy. Those affected are forced into a cultural and linguistic homelessness. For the host society, these social disadvantages endanger internal security and internal peace, cause the loss of identity, in addition to a psychological and material overload. This arbitrary insanity creates unnecessary burdens for Germany.  

Rich Germany, where there are no apartments available, not enough teachers, no daycare places available, but plenty of debt and EU liabilities, crumbling bridges, roads, and schools, and our elderly people feeding themselves at charity food banks. Currently more than 50% of the young people in the Arab world want to emigrate. That’s 53 million, and several million are waiting in Syrian camps for their resettlement in Europe. However, with an expected doubling of the African population to 2.4 billion by 2050, overpopulation is likely to become a prominent reason for flight. Certainly they will also be fairly distributed all over the globe.  

These people will also be granted equal rights in the host countries, integrated into the labour and education sectors, will have access to participation in education, health care, scholarships, student visas. And I quote: “Together we can achieve results that will fundamentally change the life of host communities.” Indeed! This is a given, considering that schools, the police, the justice system, the housing market and social welfare system, which are already overwhelmed because of the refugees already here. And refugees and host society should adapt to each other. It should be noted that WE too should adapt, and that “integration is a two-way process that requires efforts from all parties, including the willingness of the host community to meet the needs of a diverse population”. A truly perverted understanding of integration, which actually means creating a culture of equalization, rendering one’s own culture unrecognizable.  

This pact reveals a deep disrespect for democracy. Not surprisingly, according to “No Nation Snowboarders”, sovereign nations stand in the way of this pact. Along with societies strong in tradition which inherently resist a subordination of their own culture. Ladies and gentlemen, I must tell you, we have really had enough of this eternal magnanimity coupled with the unquenchable spending syndrome among certain German mindsets, that desire to permanently steer from their imaginary moral hilltop, in order to save the world with the money of other people, instead of taking care of the real problems of their own country.  

We will take care of the problems of our German citizens and taxpayers, car drivers and tenants, pupils, parents and mothers who need daycare and care for pensioners. That, ladies and gentlemen, is what radical right-wing ideas are. We will take care of it. We’ll do it here in the government, and soon! Germany deserves it! Ladies and gentlemen, this parliament is here so that we can present different points of view by way of speeches and arguments.  

We do not conduct demonstrations and we do not take photographs of each other. If we can achieve this for the last four speeches before Christmas, Then the wishes of every speaker will be a blessed Christmas, quite frankly. In this sense, I now give the floor to my colleague Dr. Karamba Diaby of the SPD. 

The control room captured certain CDU and CSU delegates that turned around in their seats, as well as a few FDP member who had turned around. The AfD tried to photograph it with their mobile phones, and Wolfgang Schäuble, the president of the Bundestag, has now admonished everyone, and I would say that he is de-escalating the situation by reminding everyone about Christmas.”

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