Shmerkel is a political hack, a mastermind from the elitist tribe of EU potentates, but here, at least in the initial statement, she’s correct. ”You can’t all come here”.
I’ll go further to say that since she’s a muslim, you’re not welcome here on those grounds alone. We cannot allow members of that destructive ideology into our societies, let them be taken in and helped by surrounding countries with similar cultures and customs. People from those areas who have jettisoned Islam, being no longer believers in the desert creed, who are actively dismissive of Islam, being apostates, secularized or converted to other faiths, are a different issue altogether.
NOTE: Shmerkel is saying what Israel has been insisting on for +60 years.
‘You can’t all come’: Palestinian immigrant girl bursts into tears after ‘heartless’ German leader Angela Merkel explains personally to her on TV exactly why she must be deported
- Chancellor made comments during a discussion about ‘living in Germany’
- Girl’s father cannot work as a welder due to temporary residency permit
- Merkel reduced schoolgirl to tears before walking over to stroke her hair
- Many used #Merkelstreichelt (Merkel strokes) alongside criticism online
The German Chancellor has been criticised for telling a Palestinian girl that her family might be deported because: ‘You can’t all come’
The German Chancellor has been criticised for telling a Palestinian girl that her family might be deported because: ‘You can’t all come.’
Angela Merkel made the comments during a discussion with a group of schoolchildren at an event about ‘living in Germany’.
The girl, known as Reem, surprised Merkel when she revealed her family had been waiting for four years to receive permanent residency.
She added that they could be forced to leave the country because her father could not continue his welding work on a temporary permit.
She said: ‘It’s really difficult to see that others are really able to enjoy their lives and you yourself can’t enjoy it with them.’
According to The Local, the Chancellor hesitated for a minute before replying: ‘You are an extremely nice person.
‘You know, in the Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon there are thousands and thousands [of people]. If we now say “you can all come”… we just can’t manage that.’
The answer left Reem, who has studied for four years in Rostock and is fluent in English and German, in tears.
Merkel quickly walked over to her to stroke her hair, stating: ‘You did a great job’.
She then tried to explain to the presenter: ‘I know it’s a difficult situation. That’s why I want to comfort her.’