German Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing a backlash after 12 people were killed when an attacker ploughed through innocent revellers at a Christmas market in a truck.
What will it take to awaken the German people from the long nightmare of foreign invasion, displacement, burning cars, rape and Yule jihad? Two disastrous wars during the jewish century have left the German people unable to identify even the most obvious threats, let alone resist them. There's finally some grumbling directed at the lesbian hag who brought in a plague of two-legged locusts. Maybe next time a sand person obeys the Religion of Peace to the letter you'll actually start resisting your own destruction. It can't be ruled out, anyway.
The country’s far-right leaders have blasted the chancellor’s “open-door” immigration policy for sparking the attack in Berlin – and even her own party is putting the boot in.
Crazy "far-right" ideas like not bringing the entire violent and backward population of the third world into a country the size of Texas. We all know that "immigration" is a mighty strength, so any opposition to invading brown columns of fighting age cube worshipers pouring into your rapidly bleeding out nation must represent some political fringe movement that shouldn't be taken seriously. "Give us a million more next year," is a sensible and moderate position on the issue of islamic conquest.
“These are Merkel’s dead,” Marcus Pretzell, chairman of the Alternative for Germany party in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia, posted on Twitter.
The wayward children of the mad mother, the typical enemygrant behavior, the gentile sacrifice at the altar of "diversity," a sweet savor for the false gods promoted by the jew nation-wrecker.
At least this proves we're not "xenophobic."
Merkel – who attended an award ceremony to celebrate the International Day of Migrants the day of the attack – said she was “shocked and shaken” by the tragedy.
It is pretty shocking when the moose-limb acts in a completely predictable fashion. I installed a termite nest around the foundation of my house and then was "shocked and shaken" when the house collapsed.
A series of violent attacks and sexual offences involving migrants has hardened the German public's attitude.
"Please stop destroying my country" in the most timid voice possible isn't exactly what I'd call born again hard.
On New Year's Eve 2015 hundreds of sexual assaults, including at least 24 rapes, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre. Similar incidents were reported in Hamburg, Frankfurt, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, and Bielefeld.
On July 18 a 17-year-old Afghan refugee wielding an axe and a knife attacks passengers on a train in southern Germany, severely wounding four, before being shot dead by police. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.
Having an axe attack from a crazed desert alien every so often is something only a person who is "ignorant" and full of "hate" would have a problem with.
Four days later an 18-year-old German-Iranian gunman apparently acting alone killed nine people in Munich. The teenager had no Islamist ties but was obsessed with mass killings.
It wasn't the death cult of mahound, moe was just obessed with death or whatever. Come on, use your imagination!
On July 24 a 21-year-old Syrian refugee was arrested after killing a pregnant woman and wounding two people with a machete in the southwestern German city of Reutlingen, near Stuttgart.
This incident was put in the memory hole so quickly even I don't remember it.
That same day a Syrian man wounded 15 people when he blew himself up outside a music festival in Ansbach in southern Germany. Islamic State claims responsibility for the attack.
The motive is unknown as of this moment.
The recent arrival of more than one million migrants has served to trigger the biggest rise in right-wing support since the 1930s.
We can only hope.
The attack in Berlin comes five months after Tunisian extremist Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel ploughed a truck into a crowd on the Nice seafront, killing 86 people.
Was that the one where I had that French flag filter over the profile pic of me at the bar for a week or so? No, that was this other incident in Paris...