Given how bad the situation has become, one would be hard-pressed not to ask why that would be a bad thing.
But it is what the nutroots want to hear.
The article is from the British Express. Just another smear-job calling everyone opposing Islamisation “racist-bigot-Islamophobe-Nazi”.
A SHOCKING new poll has revealed one-in-10 Germans want a new Fuhrer, who would use a “firm hand for the common good” and establish a “dictatorship in the national interest.”
The survey, conducted by the University of Leipzig, also revealed a huge number of German citizens are now extremely worried about immigration in their country – with special emphasis on Muslim immigrants.
A huge 34 per cent of the 2,240 respondents declared the country “dangerously overpopulated by foreigners”, with half saying they sometimes felt like a foreigner in their own country.
Four out of 10 even called for a blanket ban on Muslims travelling to Germany, while 11 per cent said Jewish people have too much influence.
In a worrying throwback to the 1930s and 1940s, 12 percent of respondents said German people are “superior” to other people.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been blasted for her open-arms policy to the migrant crisis, with a huge number of those surveyed expressing concerns about the number of people admitted to the country.
A series of far-right, anti-migrant protests have been held in Germany
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Just under one-in-three said the country had been “infiltrated by too many foreigners in a dangerous way”, while 60 per cent believed asylum seekers fleeing war were “not really at risk.”
The report said: “There is a clear polarisation and radicalisation in German society.
An anti-migrant protest in Germany
“The two groups exist next to each other. We have people who actively engage to help refugees and there are people who actively reject refugees.
“While general prejudice against migrants fell slightly, the focus of resentment towards asylums seekers, Muslims as well as Sinti and Roma, increased.”