She would like to pick and chose, but hijack his agenda? Â No. Â Merkel simply hasn’t got what it takes:
Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders says German Chancellor Angela Merkel is copying his politics. In an interview with German magazine Der Spiegel, the anti-Islamic MP said Chancellor Merkel is scared that a charismatic figure able to attract 20 percent of the vote will emerge in Germany.
He said traditional parties feel threatened by his movement and that is why they are copying him. He pointed out that Dr Merkel recently declared Germany’sÂ multicultural society a failure and CSU leader Horst Seehofer said he does not want any more Turkish or Arabic immigrants. Â Â (Continued below the fold>>>)
Meanwhile, in Holland the Corrupt Judiciary Has Lost the Plot
The Infighting has begun: Judges divided after challenge by Wilders
Because of the challenging of the criminal chamber [in the Wilders trial] and other recent incidents involving judges, more and more magistrates are ashamed of their profession. “There are colleagues who don’t sleep well, ‘there goes our job’ they fear,” said one of them. “Other judges prefer to conceal their profession at parties.” Â Read the rest: Intramural Conflict Among Amsterdam’s Judges from the Gates of Vienna
The controversial Dutch politician criticises a pattern he also sees in the Netherlands; he thinks the political elite is in disarray.
In October, Mr Wilders accused Chancellor Merkel of taking the leadership in anti-Islamic criticism. She retorted that her criticism was not directed at a religion but at individuals that had failed to integrate.
Chancellor Merkel said earlier, when the new minority conservative VVD-Christian Democrat coalition took office, that she regretted the Dutch government could not be formed without the support of an anti-Islamic party.