After a group of migrant “youths” beat a father to death in front of his wife and children at an outdoor Christmas market in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel faced tough questions by AfD’s Dr. Gottfried Curio on the floor of the Bundestag (the German federal Parliament) about the prevalence of migrant crime. Merkel’s response brought cynical laughter, as she pledged to deal with crime by “creating a large number of new positions in the fight against right-wing extremism.”
Dr. Gottfried Curio questioned Chancellor Angela Merkel on her catastrophic decision to leave Germany’s borders open at the start of the 2014/2015 illegal migrant invasion, as revealed in a series of RAIR Foundation USA exclusively translated videos. Dr. Curio is a member of the Bundestag for AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany).
The AfD, (Alternative for Germany), is 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.
Curio questioned the Chancellor about an event that took place in Augsburg, when a fireman was murdered in front of his wife by 7 culture-enrichers at a Christmas market in the German city. The fireman was attacked by seven “youths”, most of whom had multiple citizenships — Turkish and Lebanese in addition to German. The attack also “left the firefighter’s male friend badly injured.”
Curio wants to know whether Merkel recognizes the systemic problem of crime;
The Federal Report on Immigrant Crime shows that Augsburg is the tip of the iceberg. The immigrant perpetrators have multiplied dramatically since 2014. Last year hundreds of cases of murder and manslaughter, thousands of cases of sexual assault, tens of thousands of cases of bodily injury. In light of such numbers of migrant criminals, would you speak of isolated incidents or do you recognize that there are systemic problems?
“We want to combat all forms of violence,” replies Merkel, “for example by creating a large number of new positions in the fight against right-wing extremism.” Parliament members burst into laughter over the absurdity of Merkel’s response, who refused to recognize the ongoing daily threats caused by islamic migrant and the radical left.
The AfD has suffered tremendously at the hands of the violent radical left. Recently, Petr Bystron of the AfD was physically and verbally attacked by Antifa (Antifa Kampfsausbildung), a violent anarcho-communist movement, while laying a wreath at the memorial for the fireman. Merkel’s police treated him like the criminal, telling him to calm down and asking him to show his identification (for wanting to pay his respects).
Antifa’s violence towards the AfD is commonplace. In 2019, AfD’s, Frank Magnitz was severely wounded in a violent attack, which his party called “an assassination attempt.” It was exposed that radical leftist Antifa posted a confession after the attack. Meanwhile, Merkel points to “right-wing extremism’ as Germany’s problems while ignoring the horrific attacks the AFD and conservatives have suffered at the hands of left-wing extremism and Merkel’s Islamic migrants.
With the foundation for violence in Germany set by the radical left, the 2015 dangerous migrants took this violence to unprecedented levels in the country. Dr. Curio asked Merkel whether she recognized personal responsibility for the millions of migrant crimes in the past five years which he believed could have been prevented by border security;
From 2014 to 2018, there were over 800,000 immigrant crimes and these are just the solved ones. Including the estimated unreported cases, there are millions of crimes that could have been prevented by border security.
Do you recognize that you are personally at fault for the continued intake of this high-risk group of young male migrants having Islamic and clan cultures.
Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) once again defended her deadly decision to open Germany’s borders “I believe that Germany has helped a lot of people in need. That has led to an overall effort by society,” said Merkel in the Bundestag.
Dr. Gottfried Curio:
“Thank you, Mr. President. Madame Chancellor, on the recent violence in Augsburg, where a group of young migrants killed one man killed one man and seriously injured another.
“This wasn’t a terror attack, but a spontaneous outbreak of violence which doesn’t make it better. Actually, it’s worse because it makes it more commonplace.
“The perpetrators of Augsburg were born there and are living in the second generation according the typical norms of internalized machismo. They see it as honourable and strong to exercise violence. Such people turn the public space into a place of fear, a place where the fist rules. So much for the integration fairy tale.
“The Federal Report on Immigrant Crime shows that Augsburg is the tip of the iceberg. The immigrant perpetrators have multiplied dramatically since 2014. Last year hundreds of cases of murder and manslaughter, thousands of cases of sexual assault, tens of thousands of cases of bodily injury. In light of such numbers of migrant criminals, would you speak of isolated incidents or do you recognize that there are systemic problems?
“First of all, I recognize that a terrible crime was committed in Augsburg and that naturally our thoughts are with the relatives and also with those that were injured. Secondly, I recognize that the government is called upon to combat all forms of violence wherever it occurs.
“We are also working to constantly improve our opportunities for action, for example by creating a large number of new positions in the fight against right-wing extremism.
“Of course, we are also working in other areas and we will of course continue this work, but overall I believe that our constitutional state is capable of acting both at federal and state levels.”
President of the Bundestag Wolfgang Schäuble:
“Colleague Curio has a further question.”
Dr. Gottfried Curio:
“Thank-you very much. From 2014 to 2018, there were over 800,000 immigrant crimes and these are just the solved ones. Including the estimated unreported cases, there are millions of crimes that could have been prevented by border security.
“Do you recognize that you are personally at fault for the continued intake of this high-risk group of young male migrants having Islamic and clan cultures.
“It was and still is completely unnecessary because this occurs via self-admittance permitted on the basis of an alleged emergency situation which is now being used for a permanent re-settlement. Do you recognize your personal responsibility? —
“The Federal Chancellor is always responsible for the political events in the country. I’m also glad that I am allowed to hold such an important office.
“Secondly, there are different views regarding what happened in 2015 and in the following years.
“I believe that Germany has helped a great many people in need, that society as a whole has made an effort to do so, and that we have also, of course, worked and will continue to work on the order and management of migration, and the figures show that this work is not in vain, but that it has been successful. —
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Many thanks to Miss Piggy for the video translations