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.
— Wilhelm Michelob in Berlin