V4 Report: Germany ??: Tensions increase as two migrants (reportedly an Iraqi and a Syrian) stab to death a German on the streets of Chemitz. Two others were reportedly injured. Large protests followed with chants of ‘Merkel must leave’.
After a 35-year-old was killed on a Sunday night with blades, mass protests were held today in Germany. Two migrants – one Syrian and one Iraqi – are suspected of murder.
?? New update to story from Riccardo Zanetti with thanks to Amelie Van Doesburgh. Here’s what the media aren’t allowed to tell you.
“A 35 year old man was murdered in Chemnitz when he tried to save a German woman from being raped by a group of refugees on the sidelines of a street party which had been cancelled. He died of 25 stab wounds. In the first reports heard, the man who died was of Russian origin, but now this post claims he was of Cuban descent. Either way, this man died a hero and should be honored as should his friends who tried to help him and are now in the hospital. Two of the men who were with him were seriously injured. German media has decided to drop the part about the woman being raped and the media is going with a vague story about a fight that broke out. Thousands protested in Chemnitz. They are now being described in the media as 3000 far right extremists, as usual. We hear nothing about the man who died a hero.” ??
The prosecution reported that two young men, aged 22 and 23, whose identity was not disclosed, repeatedly stabbed the victim without justification after a “verbal controversy”.
As early as Sunday, around 800 people gathered spontaneously in the streets of this former East German city, and protests continued on Sunday night, when thousands of people gathered.
“Merkel has to leave,” chanted protesters, waving the flags of Germany and the AfD party (Alternative for Germany).
While protesters called on the German government to guarantee the security of its citizens, the leaders of the far-left were conducting their own protests, claiming that some immigrants were randomly attacked following the murder.
Police were stationed in large numbers to keep the two sides at a distance. Water cannons were used.
** We are not in Germany and have little details of the participants or incidents involved with these multiple protests, except for the limited information contained in the two linked articles. For sure, many conflicting reports have emerged.
However, one thing is certain…the blowback to Angela Merkel’s reckless “open door” experiment appears to have arrived in Germany.
Unfortunately, Merkel’s government has lost control of the situation as dark storm clouds begin to gather over Germany.
– If Merkel had any honor, she would have resigned long ago. She has divided not only Germany, but Europe as well. It is only the “Grand Coalition” in Germany, whose leaders are self-absorbed with their own seats of power, that has enabled her to continue.
While Merkel remains in power in Germany, other leaders must not be held hostage by her negligent actions. As her influence shrinks, it will be up to the new leaders of Europe to make sure she remains irrelevant. Merkel has now become a divisive obstacle in Europe and is incapable of any meaningful action to reverse the damage her policies have caused.
The “We can do it” rallies in Germany faded long ago and the Merkel era is slowly coming to an end. Today, Angela Merkel no longer speaks for Europe. Soon, she may not even speak for Germany.
*** The bitter divide over multicult and mass migration is not going away and the situation is about to explode in several parts of Europe.
There is simply no “EU solidarity” for mass migration or open borders. This was simply a myth manufactured in Berlin and Brussels to push their own agendas.
Outside of Germany, the dividing lines are already emerging in Europe as the bitter disputes over migration intensify. Ironically, as the “EU Project” slowly self-destructs, it is the Eurocrats themselves who will responsible for their own demise.
Visegrad and others in the CEE region must start preparing for other alternatives, such as the Three Seas Initiative. Meanwhile, Angela Merkel should resign for the sake of all in Germany and Europe.
She has lost control of the situation.