Police Union Chief: Germany facing social unrest without border fence

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-10-18 10:33

Hungary enlisted prisoners and the country's military to help construct a fence along its border with Serbia. Anyone breaking through the fence is breaking the law.

In a warning to Chancellor Angela Merkel, Germany's Police Union Chief Ranier Wendt said Germany was facing "social unrest" due to the large number of migrants entering the country.

"Our internal (law and) order is at risk...Someone needs to pull the emergency brake now."

He was referring to Merkel as "the someone" and the construction of a border fence as "the brake."

In an interview with the Sunday newspaper Welt am Sonntag, Wendt insisted that tough measures - like the construction of a fence along the border with Austria - were vital for the country "to carry out serious border controls." [see a previous interview]

He said the move would trigger a chain reaction in other European countries which have seen hundreds of thousands of refugees from Syria and elsewhere flood over their borders.

"If we close our borders in this way, Austria will also close the border with Slovenia. That's exactly the effect we need," Wendt, the chairman of the German Police Union (DPolG), is quoted as saying.

He said the migrant transit zones along the Austrian-Bavarian border would only work with a frontier sealed by a new fence. However, even the transit zones are not acceptable to the Social Democrats (SPD), Merkel's main coalition partner. The so-called center-left SPD has rejected a fence as "inhumane" and impossible to implement.

However, Hungary's fences are working very well and belie the claim that they're unworkable. Unfortunately, the German government has condemned the 11.5 foot fence Hungary has built along it's border with Serbia. And now a similar fence has been put up along the much longer Croatian border. Merkel is on record as ruling out placing limits on the number of refugees Germany will take in, pretending that it was impossible to stop people who want to get into what they perceive as the wealthiest country in Europe.

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Merkel's CDU and the Social Democrats will be to blame for the breakdown of law and order that is sure to follow this huge intake of foreign people whose idea of right and wrong is not the same. Angela Merkel is demonstrating extreme Christian-German naïveté to think that simply saying "They must follow German law" is sufficient.

This is all very sick because these people don't belong in Germany, or anywhere in Europe, but Merkel weakly passes the buck to "Globalization" as though she, and we all, are helpless to stop it. She said just recently:

"We are experiencing, more directly than ever before, our globalized world, which used to seem a long way away, but now reaches our front door. We can no longer ignore it."

With this, she admits she is a shill for the globalists and needs to be voted out of office by the German people.


The important thing going on here is vote dilution. The more non-Germans in Deutschland, the less influence will Germans have over issues that matter to them. This is what has been going on in the United States for so long. The "Hispanics" seem to be the large voting block that all candidates cater to.

German people who think it's about being "nice", being Christian, being helpful -- are going to find out that they are being robbed by these very people they see as victims who need help. The Germans will soon be the victims, when these poor needy people have the power to take from them.

I wonder if the right-wing parties are putting out that message?

Here's a story for you. Germans are still being evicted from their apartments, their leases being broken even, to make way for refugees. This seems counter-intuitive, if not downright crazy.


But the problem is, this German says he doesn't have anything against the refugees and hopes some of them will work for his son's construction company!! He only cares about his own inconvenience. This is the problem with White people everywhere. He's not racist. He's angry at the German authorities because he's being forced to leave when it's not a proper environment for the refugee family due to it's very rural character. He says they're nuts. And he's fighting it in the courts. German against German.

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