Merkel gets ready for the burqa
‘More immigrants should work for the state’: German Chancellor Angela Merkel adds to the country’s roaring immigration debate
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has risked causing further outrage by saying that more immigrants should work for the state.
The country has been in the grip of a tense debate about the integration of Muslims for several weeks.
Fuelled by divisive comments about Turks and Arabs by central banker Thilo Sarrazin, Germany has been debating how to balance an economic need for more workers with growing public concern over integration of immigrants.
Merkel spakred controversy earlier this month when she said that multiculturalism had ‘utterly failed’ in Germany.
Her latest comments are now likely to cause more anger among citizens who feel alienated by the influx of immigrants to the country.
Interviewed by a 31-year-old Berlin policeman of Turkish origin for her latest internet podcast four days ahead of an integration summit at her chancellery, Merkel said:
‘Today, people with a migrant background are under- represented in the public sector, and that needs to change.’
However, Merkel conceded that this was not always easy.
‘I’ve also noticed that if someone has a name that doesn’t sound German they can often have trouble being taken on at all in some professions,’ she said.
Since Sarrazin inflamed opinion by asserting Turks and Arabs sponged off the state and refused to integrate, some of Merkel’s conservatives become more critical of Muslims, who make up an estimated 4 million of Germany’s 82 million population. (The Daily Mail has more)
German Police unable to do their job in Mohammedan quarters
So what kind of solution does the corrupt Socialist government propose? Â You guessed it:
Turkish cops to patrol German streets battling ethnic crime
Thilo Sarrazin descibed president Wulff’s visit to Turkey this way:
Wulff belittles the extermination of Christendom in Turkey
In Turkey Christianity is being tolerated at best. The numbers give you a clear picture: 1914 there were still 25 % Christians in Turkey, today there are at best 0.2 %. Even at the German School in Istanbul German lessons are forbidden. The president of Germany did nothing more than obfuscate and deny these very unpleasant circumstances by puring harmony and crap sauce over it.
Thilo Sarrazin Ã¼ber das Verhalten von BundesprÃ¤sident Christian Wulff wÃ¤hrend seines TÃ¼rkei-BesuchsÂ (PI berichtete):
“In der TÃ¼rkei wurde und wird der christliche Glaube bestenfalls geduldet. Die Zahlen sprechen da eine deutliche Sprache: Gab es 1914 noch 25 Prozent Christen in der TÃ¼rkei, sind es heute gerade noch 0,2 Prozent. Und an der deutschen Schule in Istanbul ist seit einigen Jahren der Deutschunterricht in den unteren Klassen verboten. Der BundesprÃ¤sident hat Ã¼ber diese nicht sehr erfreulichen ZustÃ¤nde eine Harmonie-Kitsch-Sauce gegossen.”