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Friday, 11 May 2018

The Congo Rules the Rhein

On the 3rd May, in an attempt to deport a Togolese asylum seeker, up to 200 African migrants attacked and threatened the police who caved in and fled the "Refugee" accommodation in Ellwangen, a picturesque little town in the South of Germany. 

It took days before the officials finally arrested the Togolese during a major operation. Beatrix von Storch, Deputy Leader for the AfD (Alternative for Germany) says: 

"...Ellwangen will go down in history as the day on which the state gave up its monopoly on the use of force. Merkel's failed policy of a blind "welcome culture" has made Germany a country in which the archaic law of the jungle will now reign..." 

The original video comes from the site "Volksentscheid in Deutschland".  Thanks to  Gates of Vienna  for the editing.


Co-Leader of the AfD, Dr. Alice Weidel just posted this article about a further "development/escalation" in this grotesque freak show  on her face book page

Asylum seekers from Ellwangen
demonstrate against the Police !

The height of Insolence ! 

That knocks the bottom out of the barrel: In Ellwangen, so-called refugees from Africa demonstrated yesterday against the police operation last week. On May 3, 200 residents of the same asylum shelter charged patrolmen and so blackmailed the release of a Togolese man who had to leave the country. Meanwhile it became known that he could easily return to Germany after his deportation to Italy. 

The audacity with which asylum seekers can now act is hard to believe. There is no sense of wrongdoing, instead there is the impertinence to demonstrate against the police after they have been violently attacked. 

To make matters worse, the Togolese, who provoked the riots against the police, may after his eventual deportation to Italy reenter the country. Italy as the first country that the African entered illegally is also responsible for his deportation. 

It is not acceptable for criminals to exploit the system of open borders while the rule of law seems helpless. An asylum seeker who violates the applicable law in a Schengen state must be deported to his or her home country.

Credit for this video goes to Dr. Ludwig at this site, where you can find the background to this patriotic German anthem, which was  particularly popular in Germany during the Franco-Prussian War and WWI. 

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