Germany is on a fast-track to becoming a nation who, in short order will lose its identity and heritage, and its citizens can thank Angela Merkle and her open borders policies.
Between 2010 and 2016, the number of Muslims living in Germany rose from 3.3 million (4.1% of the population) to nearly 5 million (6.1%), while the rest of the population shrank modestly from 77.1 million to 76.5 million. Immigration has been a major factor in the growth of Germany’s Muslim population. But, even if there is no more immigration, Muslims will continue to increase as a share of Germany’s population in future decades because German Muslims, on average, are much younger and have more babies than Germans as a whole.
If you live or work in Hamburg, Germany, the nation’s second largest city with a population of 1.8 million, you can be treated to an ear-piercing loudspeaker blasting Muslim prayers from the top of a church five times per day. While Christianity is the most widely practiced religion in Germany (about 58% of German’s identify as Christians), the majority of citizens in Hamburg identify as atheists or agnostics.
What better way for Germans to celebrate the Christmas season than to live or work nearby an “art display” that features an ear-piercing Muslim call to prayer five times per day, while the streets are lined with Muslims praying in the streets outside of a prominent church?
Breitbart reports – At certain times each day between December 2nd and 23rd, people strolling through the centre of Linz will be treated to “a special kind of audiovisual experience,” when recordings of muezzin calls, which were taped in Algeria, Mozambique, Istanbul, and Singapore, are played from the chapel of the Upper Austrian Cultural Quarter’s Ursuline Church.
The organisers behind ‘ADHINA’ say the installation “succeeds in linking the aesthetics of different realms of reality,” when visitors hear “the muezzin call as an Islamic ritual” melding together with “the everyday sounds of a secular-urban world,”, as they walk past the “Christian sacral architecture” at the site, where the baroque buildings were founded as a monastery.
Without any more migration, Germany’s aging population would be expected to decline by about 15% by 2050. But if recent migration patterns continue, its overall population is projected to hold steady or even increase by the middle of the 21st century, in large part due to the arrival of Muslim immigrants.
These patterns are similar to trends across Europe (defined in our new report as the European Union plus Norway and Switzerland). As the most populous country and the biggest economy in the EU, Germany often sets the tone for policies among the EU’s 28 member states. Under the leadership of Chancellor Angela Merkel, Germany has opened its borders to large numbers of migrants, including many Muslim refugees seeking asylum from war and unrest in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere.
We’re gonna go out on a limb here, but this sounds more like indoctrination to Islam program for a city filled with atheists or agnostics than an “art project.”