Merkel: Fundamental Transformation of Germany a "Done Deal…"

Angela Merkel: Germany will become Islamic state!

Somehow I have a hunch that we haven’t heard the last of that yet……

Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Germans have failed to grasp how Muslim immigration has transformed their country and will have to come to terms with more mosques than churches throughout the countryside, according to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily.

“Our country is going to carry on changing, and integration is also a task for the society taking up the task of dealing with immigrants,” Ms. Merkel told the daily newspaper. “For years we’ve been deceiving ourselves about this. Mosques, for example, are going to be a more prominent part of our cities than they were before.” (More from the Last Crusade)

What about those who resist Islamization?

The Baron from the  excellent Gates of Vienna got a translation of Ralph Giordano’s 10 points that support Thilo Sarrazin. Here’s an open letter printed in Germany’s ‘Die Welt’. See for yourself if you find any fault with it:

Honored Ladies and Gentlemen, Editors of die WELT,

I do not want the country of my grandchildren and great-grandchildren to be in large parts Muslim, that Turkish and Arab are spoken in large areas, that women wear head covering and the daily routine is determined by the call of the muezzins”,

Sarazin writes. Because of such statements, you are dragging this man through the mud, who simply out of courage dares to bring such unpopular truths — that have already ruined his career so far — to the public and deserves the greatest respect?

Tail Wind for Sarrazin: Ralf Giordano,  former BDI president Hans-Olaf Henkel,  Islam critic Necla Kelek and  Berlin  CDU-MP René Stadtkewitz.

In Germany, Ralph Giordano is, along with Henryk A. Broder, one of the most outspoken critics of Islamic doctrine. Both men share a Jewish background and a deep knowledge and experience of the dangers of totalitarianism.

The following ten points are not only required reading for everyone, but they should be printed and handed out to those who are unwilling to face the truth.

It’s staring us all in the face: let’s act!

Many thanks to JLH for translating this piece from Politically Incorrect:

Giordano’s Ten Theses for the Integration Debate

In Die Welt, Cologne author and Islam critic Ralph Giordano has taken a position on the discussion about Thilo and, in ten points, has declared the former politician to be correct. The Holocaust survivor attacks ruling politicians and the media, which, along with “model” Muslims, are disputing the prevalent defects in integration. He reproaches the politicians for downplaying existing problems with Islam. The editorial staff of WELT-online did not miss the chance to insert into Giordano’s most interesting essay their notorious chart, which simply obliterates the real problem: immigration from Islamic countries.

1. So long as cultured, career-integrated Muslim women with accent-free German appear on talk shows with unrealistic statements like “the question of integration does not arise,” and act as if their type is exemplary of the Muslim minority in Germany, and the equal status of Muslim women is just around the corner, then Thilo Sarrazin is right.
2. So long as these model Muslim women would rather bite off their tongues than get into what critical Muslim women have reported with shocking authenticity about the everyday life of oppression, segregation and exploitation, of forced marriages and bondage of Muslim women and girls, up to the point of “honor killing,” then Thilo Sarrazin is right.
3. So long as it is accepted without demur that mosques in Germany are named for Turkish-Ottoman conquerors — Sultan Selim I, or, as in the case of the so-called Fatih mosques, Mehmet II, conqueror of Constantinople, then Thilo Sarrazin is right.
4. So long as the highest officials of Turkish organizations, like the general secretary of the central council of Muslims in Germany, Aiman Mayzek, can state before running cameras and millions of viewers that sharia and constitutional law are compatible, without being immediately deported, then Thilo Sarrazin is right.
5. So long as it is intoned, like the telling of rosary beads, that Islam is a peaceful religion and the numerous calls in the Koran to kill infidels, especially Jews, Jews, Jews are casually ignored, then Thilo Sarrazin is right.

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Will it go round in circles, will it fly high like a bird up in the sky….?

Billy Preston – Will it go Round in Circles 1973 live Midnight Special

I thought Billy Preston’s song is rather appropriate on this occasion. I hope they keep the heat on and that this thing doesn’t just fizzle out:

A survey, conducted by Emnid pollsters for the Bild am Sonntag newspaper, showed that 18 percent of Germans would vote for a political party headed by Thilo Sarrazin,  a Bundesbank board member.

The Sarrazin Debate

Merkel displays symptoms of full blown dhimmitude:

‘When Turks Have Problems, I Am Their Chancellor, Too’

Right-wing populist parties are everywhere in Europe. But in Germany, home to “controversial Islamophobe”  Thilo Sarrazin, the right side of the political spectrum is decidedly vacant. Why?

The ideas are crudely formulated: Muslim immigrants have contributed nothing to German prosperity; the high fertility rates among the country’s Muslim community have resulted in the reduction of Germany’s collective IQ; Muslim immigrants would prefer to be on welfare than to work; Jews share a specific gene. (Indeed, Jews also have a higher IQ, according to Sarrazin)    Spiegel

Germany: German terror suspect warns of terror attacks in Germany, Europe

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Freedom of Speech or Dhimmitude & Sharia?

It Must Be Permissible to Say…

Thanks to the Baron from the Gates of Vienna for posting this:

The Thilo Sarrazin debacle has caused BILD — a major German MSM outlet — to come out unconditionally in favor of freedom of speech. The following article is part of that trend. Henrik Ræder Clausen posted a translation at Europe News, and it is reproduced below with his permission.

It must be permissible to say…

BILD Zeitung 4 September 2010

These are sentences most Germans would sign without hesitating. Sentences that formulate misunderstandings, frequently catastrophic, in our country. In spite of this, they are sentences that in Germany trigger anguish, strife and furious discussions. BILD is of the opinion: We need NO ban on free speech! Especially not for inconvenient sentences such as these!

“German should be the language we hear in our schools”

Fact: Children and youngsters who do not speak proper German have no chance to rise in society and tend to descend into violence and crime. Among repeat offenders (five offences or more), youth of Turkish origin have a prominent share of 8.3 percent. Where Turkish immigrants are well integrated, the rate of violence falls remarkably. Foreign youth have an unemployment rate twice that of Germans. One of the main reasons: Lack of ability to speak German.

“Whoever rejects work, deserves no support”

Fact: Whoever rejects “reasonable employment”, should count on a loss of support. Government support (€359 a month) can be reduced by 30%, and in repeat cases fall away entirely. However, the employment agencies rarely use this clause. Countrywide only 2.5% of the unemployed are hit by this sanction. Most frequently in Bavaria, where up to 6.2% are sanctioned, and most infrequently in the East German areas, at places only 0.6%—0.8%).

“Child molesters should be put away for good”

Fact: Back in 2001, prime minister Gerhard Schröder said: Child molesters “lock them up — forever!” However, legal precedent has hardly changed. In 2009 11,319 cases of child abuse were reported in Germany, with significantly higher unreported numbers, probably in the range of 100,000 cases. Over and over, repeat molesters are set free. Every second child molester is a repeat offender.

“I will not apologize for being German”

Fact: “Potato”, “F***ing German”, “Pork eater” — this is how Germans are being abused in Germany, in schools, in the subway, in the streets. Berlin youth judge Kirsten Heisig (died in July 2010) described in her book: “The End of Patience” the rampant hostility towards Germans that many immigrants nurture. She relates cases where young women of Turkish origin call young Germans “German whores”, and said: Germans “should be gassed”. Heisig makes clear: “If Germans were treating foreigners like that, we would call it ‘Racism’“. Furthermore, Germany is also a fine country that immigrants can also be proud of. Example: the German-Lebanese family in Berlin, who during the recent soccer world championships wrapped their entire house in the Black-Red-Golden colours of the German flag.

“Too many young immigrants are criminals”
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Fact: In some districts of Berlin, the rate of violent crime among Muslim youth is, as estimated by youth judge Kristin Heisig (†2010), three times that of German youth. District prosecutor of Berlin Roman Reusch said in 2007: Roughly 80% of serious repeat offenders… are of immigrant background. And: Since 1985, the share of foreigners in German prisons has almost doubled. For instance in Hessen, 45% of the some 6000 prisoners are foreigners. Of these, Turks constitute the largest groups with 19,2%. To compare, the share of foreigners in the population at large is currently 8.9%.

“Whoever is working should not be the stupid one”

Fact: Many are working hard, but remain working poor — yet hardly receive more than welfare recipients. This includes care and cleaning staff, guards and waiters. The German Ministry of Labour has calculated: A waiter (married, 3 children) has an average disposable income of 1745 Euros, including child support. A family on unemployment support has, including housing support, almost 1980 Euros per month. The waiter may get promoted to earn close to 2290 Euros per month. This 310 Euros more than the family of the unemployed — but he has to work really hard each day for this.

“Foreigners who do not respect our laws have nothing to gain here”

Fact: Convicted criminals without German passports who have served their time (or part of it) in jail can then be deported. But: Criminal foreigners with a valid permit of residence can only be deported if they constitute a “clear and sufficiently serious threat to public order or security”. As this is usually not possible to prove, even for violent criminals, seemingly repentant criminals are frequently permitted to stay in Germany.

“We do not need to adapt to the foreigners, they should adapt to us”

Fact: More than two billion euros are spent by Germany each year for the purpose of ‘Integration’, according to calculations by Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. An entire industry is making a living from “Immigrant counselling” or courses to “Further intercultural competence”. An proverb goes: “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”. Thilo Sarrazin writes in his book: “It would suffice if Muslims would respect our laws, stop suppressing their women, do away with forced marriages, keep their youth away from crime, and make sure they support themselves. This is what matters.”

“Those who have not learned anything should not complain about not getting a job”

Fact: According to “Vocational Training Report 2010”, around 15 percent of young adults (20 to 29 years) have no vocational training, one out of five traineeships are aborted rather than completed. Businesses complain about an increasing number of young who are impossible to educate. Approximately 80,000 of the young aged 15 through 24 abandoned school in 2009 alone.

And this usually leads straight to unemployment: Of the currently registered 3 million unemployed, 472,000 have not completed primary school, and many of these are long term unemployed.

German bank votes to expel Sarrazin after racist comments

Thilo Sarrazin, How Germany is commiting suicide by Islam

Thanks to Vlad Tepes, Tundra Tabloids & the Baron we have the vid with subtitles now:

Vlad: Thilo Sarrazin is a member of the board of the Bundesbank in Germany. For several years his outspoken opinions about immigrants have caused controversy, but the real trouble began with the recent publication of his new book, “Deutschland schafft sich ab — Wie wir unser Land aufs Spiel setzen” (“Abolishing Germany — How we’re putting our country in jeopardy”), which describes the danger Germany faces due to the large number of Muslims now residing within its borders.

For those who can speak or read German, here is the latest from PI: “Hart, aber fair”: Von Experten und Cholerikern

Banker said that immigrants in Europe incapable of integrating and cites studies that ‘all Jews share a certain gene.’

J’Post

The German central bank voted unanimously in favor of dismissing board member Thilo Sarrazin on Thursday, following racist comments stereotyping Muslims and Jews.

Sarrazin was expected to appeal the bank’s decision.

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Germany’s central bank rejects racist comments

Sarrazin maintains Muslim immigrants in Europe are unwilling or incapable of integrating into western societies and has cited studies he says prove that “all Jews share a certain gene.” The issues are the basis of his book on immigration issues that caused an uproar even before its Monday release.

Sarrazin’s comments sparked outrage from lawmakers and community leaders, and many agreed with German Chancellor Angela Merkel saying he should be removed from the bank’s board.

Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble on Wednesday told journalists Sarrazin’s remarks were “irresponsible nonsense” that violated his duty to show political restraint as a Bundesbank board member.

Sarrazin insists his comments were taken out of context and his remarks are covered by freedom of speech.

Although Merkel’s government condemned his comments, it cannot force his departure due to the Bundesbank’s independence. To remove him from its six-member board, the Bundesbank would have to ask German President Christian Wulff to order it.

This is not the first time Sarrazin has provoked controversy. He was forced to resign part of his duties at the central bank last year, following remarks about Berlin’s Arab and Turkish populations. In his new book, the 65-year-old maintains that immigrants have taken from Germany’s welfare system without contributing enough to the country.

Sarrazin’s party, Germany’s left-leaning Social Democrats, launched proceedings Monday that could force him from the party.

Lamakers from the far-right NPD party in Saxony’s state parliament, meanwhile, held a banner saying “Everybody knows it: Sarrazin is right” during a visit by the German president to the legislature on Wednesday.