The recent increase in stabbings and other knife-related crimes across Germany sheds new light on how the security situation has deteriorated since Chancellor Angela Merkel decided in 2015 to welcome more than 2 million migrants * from Africa, Asia and the Middle East to permit.People armed with knives, axes and machetes have wreaked havoc on all 16 German states in recent months. Knives have been used not only to carry out jihadist attacks, but also for murder, robbery, burglary, rape, honor killing and many other types of violent crime.
Deutschland ist ein Einwanderungsland geworden, für jeden und jedermann, egal woher. und aus welchen Gründen. Die ursprüngliche Idee Menschen zu helfen, die vom Tode bedroht sind, wurde zunehmend auf die gesamte Weltbevölkerung ausgedehnt, eben auch für diejenigen, die aus wirtschaftlichen und islamischen Motiven unsere Länder „beglücken“ und „bereichern“ wollen. Nach 8 Jahren Massenimmigration allah Merkel, ist Deutschland nicht mehr wieder zu erkennen ist. Für den Souverän und Financier des Spektakels, ist das Leben auf Deutschlands Straßen zur Bedrohung geworden. Deutsches Leben spielt sich mehr und mehr im privaten Bereich ab, den öffentlichen Bereich, haben Menschen aus aller Welt okkupiert. Für viele wurde der Stadtbummel zur Todesfalle.
La Dissolution geopolitique de la Pangée*. Jean-François Geneste**proposes us to return to the deconstruction of the geopolitical system from the Second World War, whose excesses have led us to the current crisis, which is essential in the direct sense of the word and must lead to the questioning of the ideology that supports it.
Anyone paying €120 a month for electricity today will pay €7200 over the next 5 years. In 2022, Germans will be paying more than ever before, as the price of electricity climbs to a new record high. How to make yourself independent of ever-increasing electricity bills is shown by young companies like the energy company Enpal from Berlin.
„War is a science of destruction,“ said John SC Abbott , “ which results only in loss of life and property/land. Both parties pursuing the war end up with massive economic and social losses.“ In recent times, these statements have proven to be prophetic, be it the Afghanistan conflict or the conflicts in Syria and Lebanon or the war between Russia and Ukraine, or the NATO, EU and Russia.
People armed with knives, axes and machetes have wreaked havoc on all 16 German states in recent months. Knives have been used not only to carry out jihadist attacks, but also for murder, robbery, burglary, rape, honor killing and many other types of violent crime.
David Brinkley, the legendary American newscaster with a career that spanned an amazing fifty-four years from World War II once said that a successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him. How many American statesmen ever practised this noble thought inherited from Jesus Christ remains doubtful.
In the USA, the state is now making massive industrial policy. In fact, there are also protectionist tendencies. In the end, it should not be the case that the U.S. is making an economic policy against us Europeans, although it actually wants to hit China. We should be self-confident in voicing our concerns. Germany is cutting itself off from Russia, we want to reduce China’s influence, our energy prices are high.
All of this will pose an enormous challenge to our industry. It’s not good if our biggest ally also aligns its economic policy against us.
History will know whom to annul. What can I say? History will certainly put everything in its place and know whom to annul, and these will certainly not be the greatest works of universally recognized geniuses of world culture, but those who for some reason have righted themselves to make world culture after theirs to use at will. Your self-esteem really knows no bounds. In a few years, no one will remember their names. But Dostoyevsky will live on, as will Tchaikovsky and Pushkin, much as they might wish the opposite.
Weeks before the Italian parliamentary elections, the German media gave themselves their rendezvous of hyperboles and dramatising adjectives: right-wing, radical right-wing, ultra-right, post-fascist, neo-fascist. Wild was juggling around with these different terms, which can definitely be differentiated in their meaning. Suddenly, however, Berlusconi was also the moderate and Salvini was no longer targeted as much as in the days when he held the post of deputy prime minister. If we think back months or years, then similar media reports could be found about these two people. From the point of view of the German media landscape, there is always a new player on the right-wing spectrum who marks the outer flank of this spectrum or can even be located beyond it. If this disappears again, then the next preceding gradation advances and takes the place of the extreme.