German Double Speak on Failed Immigration Policy

ELDER PATRIOT – “The right to asylum can be lost if someone is convicted, on probation or jailed.” – German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s response to public pressure to address the widespread attacks by Muslim immigrants on New Years Eve that included thousands of sexual assaults on women across the country she was elected to keep safe.

Really, Angela, that’s comforting.  Islamic invaders to your country will actually lose their “asylum seeker” status if they commit a crime?


Merkel then contradicted herself while providing the mainstream media with their talking points, “Serial offenders who repeatedly rob or repeatedly affront women must feel the full force of the law.”

Huh?  Muslim immigrants must be “serial offenders” in order to feel the full force of the law?  How many chances does the law give to native-born German men who sexually assault women?  Is the “full force of the law” different for Muslims and Germans?  Are Muslim immigrants simply expelled while German men sent to prison for the same crimes?

Under German law, that Chancellor Merkel fully supported, asylum seekers can only be deported when the crimes they have been convicted of carried sentences of at least three years in prison.  Otherwise the German people are forced to bear the brunt of their crimes and of their incarceration.

As thousands of German women have been scarred for life by the Islamist invaders to their country the best Chancellor Merkel was prepared to offer her besieged nation was a reduction in Muslim immigration numbers over “the long term.” 

Merkel said this on Saturday in an attempt to calm the growing protests that are sweeping across Germany.  On Sunday it was announced that plans to accept an additional 10 million Muslims into Europe have already been agreed to. 

Meanwhile, the Islamic invaders have already had an impact on how German women will be expected to behave so as not to aggravate their Muslim “guests.” 


The mayor of Cologne Henriette Reker was moved to issue this statement:

“The women and young girls have to be more protected in the future so these things don’t happen again.  This means, they should go out and have fun, but they need to be better prepared, especially with the Cologne carnival coming up. For this, we will publish online guidelines that these young women can read through to prepare themselves”.


No word yet if Chancellor Merkel or Mayor Reker will be consulting with Dr. Al-Fawzan for help in drawing up those guidelines.