In a fiery speech before Parliament on Wednesday, Alice Weidel, leader of the right-wing Alternative for Germany party, slammed the government for spending billions of taxpayer money on illegal migrants, while abandoning its own citizens.
She singled out a pensioner in his 70s, a former coal miner, who collects empty bottles outside a stadium to get by, while Osama Bin Laden’s former bodyguard receives 1200 euros a month in social assistance.
”That in my opinion is an injustice screaming to high heaven,” she said.
It has been estimated that the total cost to look after the mainly Arab migrants, 70 percent of whom have no skills to help the economy, would be €1.5 trillion over their lifetimes.
Weidel equally condemned migrant knifemen and head-scarfed women and said encouraging a burgeoning Muslim population would be disaster for the country, and the death of German sovereignty.
The anti-immigration AfD made history in last year’s national elections by being the first right-wing nationalist party in more than 50 years to win scores of seats in the Bundestag.
AfD now looms as a major force on the political front and a genuine threat to migrant hell enabler Chancellor Merkel’s seemingly endless reign.
Citizens — and police — live in fear as the government kowtows to immigrants
So-called asylum seekers and immigrants of unknown and often violent backgrounds are put first over the country’s native population when comes to housing, benefits and quality of life issues.
The migrants show their gratitude by rioting in the streets, robbing and shooting citizens, assaulting women, attacking the police, torching cars, blowing up restaurants and raping Sweden’s genteel and giving society.
And it’s going to get worse. The Swedish government plans to house 100,000 more immigrants in 2018.
As Norwegian historian and multiculturalism expert Fjordman writes:
In the town of Trelleborg, a gang of 50 youths occupied the local library and abused and threatened patrons who dared enter.
An 81-year-old woman, walking her dog in the town of Mölndal, was harassed and threatened by youths as young as 12 who walked in front of her and blew cigarette smoke in her face; one of them spat her in her face.
Cars are torched in Swedish towns on a regular basis. There were 6,000 car-burnings in 9 months, averaging 22 a day. Schools and other buildings are also targeted by arsonists.
Police vehicles and stations have been vandalized; policemen have been fired on and threatened in the privacy of their homes.
The risks of police work are so high and salaries so low that 58 percent of Swedish police officers are looking for other work.
President Trump’s decision to save the children of illegal immigrants in exchange for beefed-up border security is the right thing to do.
To make the deal, Trump had to come to an arrangement with the Democrats, for which be got lambasted by his hard-ass conservative critics and by his hardcore supporters.
But this is not a deal with the devil. It’s a deal with the angel of mercy. These undocumented immigrants had no say in the matter when they were brought into this country as youngsters by their parents.
Many of the so-called Dreamers went on to get good educations, hold down jobs and contribute to the economy. Some, as Trump tweeted, also serve in the military.
Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military? Really!…..
The arrangement to spare them from deportation cafter Trump invited his most fierce critics, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), to the White House for a Chinese dinner.
“Massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for consent,” he tweeted, referring to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program put in place by former President Obama.
In a joint statement after dining with Trump, Schumer and Pelosi said: “We agreed to enshrine the protections of DACA into law quickly, and to work out a package of border security, excluding the wall, that’s acceptable to both sides.”
But Trump insisted a wall will be built by enlarging and renovating existing physical barriers. The DACA deal has to be approved by the House and the Senate.