A member of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has said illegal migrants such as Christmas market attack suspect Anis Amri play the German asylum system and should not have been in the country in the first place.
MP for Berlin and CDU member Dr. Philipp Lengsfeld told BBC Radio 4’s Today audience that men like Amri “fits a profile” that sceptics of Merkel’s Willkommenskulture (‘welcome culture’) have been discussing for some time.
“They are young guys who have all sorts of plans but who are not from civil war areas. This guy has come to Lampedusa, burnt down a camp, has been sentenced to four years, escaped Italian authorities, is wanted around Europe, around Germany, playing our system and our officials,” said Dr. Lengsfeld.
He then stated that following revelations of the suspect’s background that it was right to review Germany’s asylum policies – a suggestion backed by Merkel’s coalition partner and Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU) leader Horst Seehofer.
Affirming that Amri should not have been in the country in the first place, Dr. Lengsfeld said: “These types of people are deliberately hiding their identity, their country of origin, their age, their status, and are in no need of shelter as asylum seekers in Germany.
“They should not be in the country, they should not be allowed into the country and we should be discussing these border transition zones for quite some time and they have been blocked by the left side of the aisle.”
“It is not acceptable that we call everybody refugees,” the Berlin politician added.
Dr. Lengsfeld is a member of the ‘Berlin Circle’ – a traditionalist group within Merkel’s CDU which wants to return the party to its conservative roots and roll back Merkel’s migrant policy.
When asked by presenter John Humphrys whether it was reasonable to expect that those under the pressure of fleeing persecution would be able to collect their identification papers, the CDU politician replied: “Look at this individual and others who roam our parks. His past time was dealing drugs in Berlin and North-Rhine Westphalia. This is not a guy – a family – being bombed out of Aleppo.
“It is so obvious I don’t need a police agency to come to that determination.”
92% of all asylum/refugee cases in the U.S. during recent decades have been discovered to be frauds. And yet we throw the word refugee around to anyone who wants to flee their own country for reasons that can’t be proven as if the western world is a hotel.
Germany has accepted thousands of Muslim military age young men from countries that aren’t at war. Then the German politicians expected them to assimilate. Or worse, they expected the people of Europe to adhere to the needs of the migrants. And when people objected, the leftist politicians (particularly in the Green party) told them that their replacement in their own country was good for them.
Was this an act by globalists to give one final push to their agenda because they realized that national populism was on the rise? Or was this merely the guilt of white European politicians who wanted to virtue signal to the world how tolerant they are by allowing unvetted economic migrants to flood their countries like a wave of locusts ready to feed on anything they saw?
Regardless of the reason, over 55% of the German population still supports Angela Merkel. The country might be beyond saving. But they can certainly serve as a warning to the rest of the world. Attacks like we saw this week at a Christmas market in Berlin show what open borders, globalism, and a psychotic immigration policy does to a population. A nation without pride, borders, or an identity isn’t a nation. It’s a hotel where anyone can stay and trash the rooms without punishment.