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Germany’s real Muslim migrant problem is hidden beneath calm created by media

Five years ago, German Chancellor Angela Merkel opened the door to her country by accepting millions of Muslim migrants.

Her famous “Wir schaffen das” (We can do this) symbolizes one of Berlin’s most important decisions since 1945.

In 2020, the crisis seems to have dissipated. In truth, however, beneath the calm media narrative about German prosperity, we can easily see a true wildfire.

According to official data, 1.8 million “refugees” applied for asylum in Germany between 2015 and 2019. The largest influx was during the 2015-2016 period, when Germany was flooded by migrants from the Middle East and Africa.

In 2020, the situation is seemingly under control, but that does not mean that thousands of Muslims are not crossing the German border. In fact, the situation has returned to the “norm” from before the crisis, which means the country is still facing a large, and now mostly controlled migration.

The German government passed an upper limit on annual migrant quotas — 180,000 to 220,000 refugees. This number is officially maintained, but in reality many more Muslims are entering Germany. This is due to the migrants who received asylum bringing in their families, but concrete data is unavailable as Germany does not really desire to publish such information.

 We aren’t dealing with a crisis, but rather a conscious and controlled policy of filling population gaps created within the ethnic German nation.

The influx of people is also important for Germany from the demographic perspective. To maintain the current population, Germany needs more children and the Islamic population plays a huge role in maintaining the country's population.

This means that we aren’t dealing with a crisis, but rather a conscious and controlled policy of filling population gaps created within the ethnic German nation.

The results of this flood of Muslim migrants is a rise in crime, including theft, drug trade and sexual crimes, but German media does not heavily report on this phenomenon and tries instead to very delicately speak on the topic of migration to maintain an aura of calm.

Another consequence of this mass migration policy are cultural changes, which are not that noticeable in large cities due to their already large migrant populations, but which are very clear in smaller towns. Some of these cultural changes include a massive increase in genital mutilation cases, clan violence, shocking instances of gang rape, and

In some towns, the number of foreigners has increased by 300 to 400 percent between 2012 and 2019. In Berlin itself, in 2018, Muslims comprised 10 percent of the population whereas Catholics and Protestants make up 25 percent.

The dynamic is clear – even if in the next several years Islamic population does not become a majority in German cities, this will eventually change as the mathematical reality of both Europe and Germany's increasing Muslim population is relentless and real.

Vienna is a clear example of this, where more than half of the students in schools cannot even speak  German. In 30 years, these students will have their own children and then, the Austrian capital will become Islamic. This is what awaits some of Germany’s largest towns and cities.

Source:    Remix News
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