Chancellor Angela Merkel is looking at a possible defeat in the coming election. Germany is to hold its federal election on Sunday, September 24. Merkel could end up zero, from hero, if she fails to secure her fourth term as chancellor. Former European Parliament President Martin Schulz is standing for the SDP in a bid to become Germany’s next Chancellor.
An election in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania last year saw the anti-immigrant and anti-Islam Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD) party took a surprisingly 21.9% of the votes, behind the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) party which won around 30.5%. Merkel’s own CDU (Christian Democratic) party came third with about 19% of the votes – its worst ever result in the state.
Subsequently, her party CDU won only 17.6% of the vote in Berlin state elections, down 6% from the previous 2011 election – its “worst-ever result” – since the end of World War II. It took two consecutive embarrassing defeats (one in her home turf) for the chancellor to understand that the Germans have had enough of her “Wir schaffen es” (we can do it) bullshit.
Thanks to Merkel, the 3-year-old nationalist AfD (Alternative for Germany) party was sent to the Berlin state parliament for the first time. And thanks to Merkel too, the AfD is representing 10 of Germany’s 16 regional parliaments. With tail between her legs, Merkel said – “If I could, I would turn back time for many, many years, to prepare better.”
Prior to the two election defeats, Angele Merkel was fantastically arrogant. In July 2016 alone, the country was hit with 5 violent attacks which saw 10 people killed and dozens more injured in separate gun, bomb, axe, machete attacks. Despite the attacks in Ansbach, Wurzburg and Munich, Merkel had remained cocky and insisted Germany would not turn its back on people fleeing the Middle East.
That was after Merkel happily welcomed 1.2 million Muslim refugees into Germany in 2015, only to be repaid with mass sexual assaults / rapes by 1,000 Muslim migrants/refugees in Cologne, Germany, during 2016 New Year’s Eve. Under her administration, the police and Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker were under instruction to cover-up the “Rapefugees” crisis.
Once named by Time Magazine as the most powerful woman in the world, Merkel is now reaping what she sowed. Her Christmas gift for Germans came early last year when at least 12 people are dead and at least 48 more injured after a truck crashed into a crowd at a Berlin Christmas market in what appeared like the terror attack in Nice, France on 14 July 2016.
Shocking but not unexpectedly, the culprit who attacked near the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was Anis Amri, a Tunisian failed asylum seeker. Terror group ISIS released a video of Amri pledging allegiance to the terror group’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, sending another round of anger towards Angela Merkel, whom once proudly took tons of selfies with people like Anis Amri.
For the first time as far as one can remember, the German chancellor used two magic words – Islamist Terrorism – during a press conference while visiting Turkish President Recep Erdogan early this month. Obviously Merkel was trying to pull a desperate stunt during a desperate time in her effort to win another term as the country’s chancellor.
Despite all her U-turn political stunts, Angela Merkel could still lose. Hence, in another stunt to almost reverse what she had been whining, crying and bitching about “Wir schaffen es” (we can do it)” previously, the chancellor is digging millions of Euros to pay migrants if they’re willing to withdraw their asylum applications and leave Germany voluntarily.
Still under the pressure from Tunisian Anis Amri’s terror attack, the panicked Merkel is setting aside at least €90 million (US$95.7 million; £76.7 million; RM425 million) of taxpayers money to pay for her own mistakes. Although Germany rejected 170,000 asylum claims in 2016, only 26,000 were repatriated while 55,000 more decided to leave voluntarily.
That leaves 81,000 applicants unaccounted for, a serious security breach which could translate to more terror attacks for years, and probably can never be defeated. “We rely heavily on voluntary departures,” admitted Chancellor Merkel, who was announcing the package after falling behind the Social Democrats in polls for Germany’s upcoming elections.
Doesn’t Merkel love the refugees / migrants anymore after she arrogantly said her government would never leave such poor people alone? If it was a genuine gesture, shouldn’t she continue welcoming them even if it means her chancellorship will be at stake? What happen to the strong and compassionate Chancellor Angela Merkel?
Her cash incentives, however, might backfire as the people of Germany could question why their hard-earned money should be paid to the fake migrants / refugees when they should not be on Germany soil in the first place. And there’s no guarantee that more would actually come so that they could get free cash. Here’s a joke: Merkel brings them in droves, supports them and now is paying them to leave.
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