Since then, citizens who are sickened by migrant violence against women and girls have held protests throughout the country, in Hamburg, Dresden and other cities and towns.
They march for Mia, carrying banners that state: Kandel is everywhere.
Mia’s murder “shows once again that the authorities have nothing under control. The catastrophic combination of open borders and failure of officials is deadly to our society,” said Alexander Gauland, co-leader of the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany party, which is now the second most powerful force in Parliament.
The refugees and so-called asylum seekers seen below are an example of the people Chancellor Merkel let into the country when she opened the gates of hell back in 2015:
They don’t want to accept the gift of a new life in a new country. They want to continue their lawless lifestyle and change the German culture and way of life to fit their own violent and barbaric backgrounds.
They rape and kill women and young girls. They cannot be integrated into lawful society. It is alien to them. They are a lost cause. And the German people are sick to death of it.
A Women’s March, organized in Berlin, drew thousands of women–and men–and went ahead despite being confronted by crowds of angry Antifascist extremists who called the women Nazis and tried to disrupt the parade route.
Chancellor Merkel, of course, is responsible for the brutal death of Mia and for all the migrant violence. The blood of all the victims is on her hands.
How and why she was re-elected last year after 12 years of poisonous leadership is a mystery to the civilized world. But now, as if awakened from a long nightmare, the German people are finally realizing how dangerous she is.
Merkel muss weg!