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In the end, diversity made us less safe

Today I was strolling through Breitscheidplatz in Berlin and it never ceases to amaze me how we have adapted to live in a city where it is normal to find truck blockers as part of the urban landscape. It is a reminder that the mass import of Muslims has a price for our societies and that diversity is not our strength. Quite the opposite.

It is not that Germans or Western foreigners have gone crazy and become potential murderers. This is the site of the terrorist attack of 2016. It is also, a sign of a culture that hates who we are.

On September 4, 2015, three months before the attack, Merkel decided to open the borders to all who claimed to be Syrian refugees, leaving aside the Dublin agreement, denying the possibility of terrorists entering as asylum seekers.

German idiocy resulted in the importation of problems beyond European culture: a dramatic increase in rapes, anti-Semitic and homophobic attacks, acts of terrorism and criminality (despite the contradictory police reports). As if that were not enough, an unsurpassed waste of state resources to increase user surveillance under the excuse of avoiding the proliferation of "hate speech", ideological persecution, censorship, increased security of public spaces, including truck blockers located in different parts of the country and an endless drainage of money to support people who do not work and will not work for generations. 68% of the "Syrian refugees" were actually not Syrian at all, some of them even came from Bangladesh.

Today in Germany, the Green party claims they are "too white" and that more color is needed in the country. The leader of Die Grünen, Katrin Göring-Eckardt, expressed her happiness because Germany will have a dramatic change in the near future. As if the country had not changed enough in recent years.

Thanks to the lie of "diversity makes us stronger" we are under constant surveillance and less safe than before. It never worked, yet Germans refuse to learn from others and from their own experience.

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