German Chancellor Angela Merkel made the decision to throw out the welcome mat for refugees, and since 2015, more than a million migrants have fled to Germany from mostly Muslim nations in the Middle East. Thanks to Chancellor Merkel, Germany will never be the same…
Not surprisingly, in 2017, Germany reported a sharp uptick in violent and political crimes. According to DW, Germany has recorded a significant rise in politically motivated crimes by foreigners, including jihadis. The report revealed that rise of migrant criminal suspects in Germany has soared by more than 50 percent.
Germany’s latest police crime statistics report revealed that some 3,372 cases of politically or ideologically motivated crimes by foreigners were recorded in 2016 – a number up 66.5 percent compared to 2015. The overall number of politically driven crimes had also increased compared to the previous year, by 6.6 percent.
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said that these statistics – reaching 41,549 instances of such offenses in 2016 – were shedding light on an “unacceptable” trend.
Yet, Germany continues to spew leftist propaganda, like the new made for TV movie, “Break-out to the Unknown” that portrays German families fleeing to Africa for refuge, in order to enjoy “political and economic stability after an economic boom.”
No, this is not a joke…
DMF– The TV movie “Break-out to the Unknown” (WDR/ARD Degeto), on Wednesday, 14 February 2018, at 8.15 pm, tells the tale of a family fleeing a totalitarian system under life-threatening circumstances, from an unusual perspective: in the near future, Europe has collapsed into chaos. In many countries, right-wing extremists have taken power. The formerly democratic state of Germany has become a totalitarian system that persecutes dissidents, Muslims, and homosexuals.
As a lawyer, Jan Schneider (Fabian Busch) has taken the side of dispossessed victims. When he learns that the regime intends to put him in prison once more, he decides to flee. His goal is the South-African Union, which is enjoying political and economic stability after an economic boom. A cargo ship is to take him, his wife Sarah (Maria Simon) and both children Nora (Athena Strates) and Nick (Ben Gertz) together with other refugees to Cape Town, but the people traffickers put the passengers in boats that are far too small in front of the coast of Namibia.