Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Is Merkel On The Way Out!


Angela Merkel booed at rally days after she was pelted with tomatoes
News U.S Today
Published on Sep 7, 2017

Merkel booed, pelted with tomato on campaign trail in eastern Germany
Published on Sep 6, 2017
(see article below)

Germany: Merkel booed by crowd at election campaign speech
Act For Germany
Published on Aug 14, 2017

‘Get Out!’ Merkel booed at protest while attending German Unity Day ceremony
Published on Oct 3, 2016
The End of THE MERKEL Is Nigh
Ever since she backed the appalling war against innocent civilians in East Ukraine in 2014, RI has been sounding the alarm about this awful woman.
She is a menace to all that is good and true, and now soon, it looks like she might finally go.
Tom Luongo
21 November 2017
This is a headline I’ve been waiting to write for six years.  German Chancellor Emeritus Angela Merkel can’t put a bad coalition together.  This is the result of an election that saw populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) rise and the Social Democrats, led by Soros-stooge Martin Schultz, fall.
Now the Free Democrats (FDP), led by Christian Lidner, understand just how strong their position is.  They don’t have to make a bad deal with Merkel to get a seat at the table only to have to share it with the ideologically-opposite Greens.  They can force a re-vote, see their standing rise, along with AfD and go for a far bigger piece of the pie.
But, ultimately, if Merkel’s CDU/CSU coalition party is to stay together, and there’s no guarantee of that anymore, it will have to dump Merkel herself if it wants to survive as a voting bloc.
Morevoer, the CSU, led by Bavarian Governer Horst Seehofer, could break off from the CDU making any kind of coalition building impossible without a re-vote.
Merkel-ism’s Last Stand
The only thing this article by the Washington Post gets right is that the decision now falls to President Frank-Walter Steinmeyer.  It lays out three scenarios, none of which include the obvious, a re-vote.  But, that is anathema to the Deep-State on both sides of the Atlantic so it is ignored by the Post.
Many Germans believe Merkel has brought bloodshed to their country with her open borders insanity
A re-vote, however, is what is likely on the table.  The powers-that-be in Europe will forestall that for as long as possible and try to drag this through the Bundestag in the hope that Merkel can win the ability to form a minority government.  But, frankly, I don’t see why anyone would want that other than to block any access to power by AfD.
With a minority government AfD’s voting bloc of nearly 100 seats puts it in a very strong position to begin cutting deals with the other parties, who publicly, say they would never work with them.
So, the reality of a re-vote is high. And that means gains for all of the so-called conservative German parties – The CSU, FDP and AfD.  The nightmare scenario for everyone is AfD rising above 15% in any re-vote.  Stripping out the CSU’s 6.8%, Merkel’s CDU only got 26.8% of the vote in September.
Falure to put a government together is not going to improve the CDU’s standing.  While the FDP, CSU and AfD all stand to gain to ensure that Merkelism is thoroughly rejected.  The Social Democrats have cut their own throats, first by entering into the grand coalition with Merkel after the last election and now after running Schultz as an obvious stalking horse for Merkel.
It can’t be stressed enough that Schultz was put up to oppose Merkel in order to lose, like McCain and Romney were here in the U.S.  His job was to funnel votes to Merkel from the Social Democrats.
But, it didn’t work.
What happened was a complete collapse of Merkel’s support, a shift towards a Germany-first mentality.  This is the opposite of who both Merkel and Schultz are.  They are EU-first people.  And, while EU sentiment in Germany is still very favorable, it is not favorable at the expense of German values, and frankly, German women.
Immigration Divisions Run Deep
Merkel’s radical adherence to Soros’ open borders ideology will cost her the Chancellorship. It will also throw the EU into complete turmoil as its de facto leader is deposed by a German electorate that is no longer wholly committed to committing cultural suicide as penance for the Holocaust.
Judging from the number of meme's out there of this woman, she is widely disliked by a certain subset of Germans, to put it mildly.
This leaves French boy-toy Emmanuel Macron to lead the EU at a time when strong leadership is needed to navigate the coming insanity in the banking system.  I’ve been handicapping an end to the EU as it is currently comprised for a couple of years now.
Watching the rise of populist movements across Europe has been slow but steady.  Despite getting Macron through in France, Front Nationale’s populist Marine Le Pen beat two of the major French parties.  While we may still wind up with a “Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss” scenario in both France and Germany, the populist wave in Europe has yet to crest.
The end of Merkelism is the natural result of it.  It was always a dead-end political position.  A federated Europe on Germany’s terms was never going to be stable for more than the generation that sold it into being.
It was built on a foundation of division, rolling the wealth of the continent up to the Germans at the expense of everyone else.  As I outlined in this article back in October:
Up to this point Germany has used southern Europe as its dumping ground, trading Italian and Portuguese sovereign debt for BMWs.
But that scheme has reached its limit and is tearing the EU apart.  Germany doesn’t want to stop this arrangement nor does it want to pay its ‘fair share’ of the burden for its resolution, i.e. debt relief for what it considers the ‘Club Med’ countries.
German politicians like Merkel have exploited this cynically for political gain but, now that we’ve reached the debt limit she’s been exposed as nothing more than mouthpiece for U.S. Deep State policy, not the leader of Germany.
The EU Won’t Survive Merkel
And that’s where we are headed in Europe.  Once Merkel is gone, the real work of dismantling the current version of the European Project can begin.  Macron is the elites Plan B, an easily-swayed naif who will promote whatever crazed nonsense they want.
That means
An EU army to subjugate breakaway states.
New banking rules that ensure depositors get wiped out in the next financial crisis.
More legal and political pressure on eastern European states like Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic that reject wholeheartedly everything Merkelism stands for.
Political turmoil in Italy and Spain who will see the opening to get more autonomy as the message from Brussels is less focused on saving Germany’s banks from contagion.
Merkel was really holding a lot of this together, but the election results make it impossible for her to continue doing so.  Her legacy will be a Europe fractured along old tribal lines, exactly the opposite goal of the EU.
Soros and the rest of the one-world elites will try to use the chaos this unleashes to forge a new European identity, a stronger EU.  But don’t count on it.  Theresa May is holding up better than expected in Brexit talks.  The Trump administration is getting its feet underneath it domestically and that means ending John McCain’s run as President via the Senate.
Once Trump has an actual legislative majority and his opposition within the GOP properly neutered he will assist in the resistance against the remnants of Merkelism.
This is why we need to watch the unfolding attacks on Merkelism’s pillars of support carefully.  The outing of the “Soros List” of MEP’s under his control is significant.  The abandonment of the Clintons by Democrats of all shapes and sizes is as well.  The loss of diplomatic trust and, more importantly, respect of the U.S. by its allies in all things Syria, as I outlined yesterday, will play into this as well.
And once the re-vote confirms the trend against Merkelism in Germany, we will have clarity as to what the next phase of this story looks like.
What Did Trump Say???
Merkel booed, pelted with tomato on campaign trail in eastern Germany
RT News
Published time: 7 Sep, 2017
Edited time: 9 Sep, 2017
Chancellor Angela Merkel was met with loud boos and calls to “get out” of Germany during her election campaign stops in east German towns of Torgau and Finsterwalde on Wednesday. It comes just a day after she was hit with a tomato at a rally.
Merkel, who is touring Germany as part of her and her center-right Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party reelection bid, is having a rough start in the eastern Germany, where the Chancellor herself grew up. 
Her rally in the town of Torgau in Lower Saxony on Wednesday was visited by over a hundred counter-demonstrators from the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) and the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD), who attempted to derail her 30-minute speech focused on tax policy, fight against terrorism and educational. The demonstrators chanted “nation’s traitor,” “get out,” calling to “vote her out.”
Merkel seemingly remained unperturbed by the obstruction, instead hailing Germany’ democratic standards that allow protesters to voice their opinion, arguing that people in other countries that lack the privilege of the freedom of expression would have been glad “if they could demonstrate under such democratic conditions,” as cited by Die Welt.
A similar treatment awaited Merkel in a small town of Finsterwalde in Brandenburg, where she arrived Wednesday evening. Noisy opponents carrying posters reading “fed up”,“close the borders” and “Banana republic” greeted the German leader with boos while her supporters welcomed her with a round of applause as came on stage.
At a rally in Heidelberg on Tuesday, the Chancellor was grazed by a thrown tomato, though in a usual show of stoicism, did not let it make her lose her cool.
Though her red jacket helped cover up the impact, a juicy stain was still apparent as Merkel stood on stage to join in the national anthem. A moderator at the event, Claudia von Brauchitsch, also appeared to have been hit, as Merkel offered her a tissue. Merkel remained calm throughout her subsequent speech despite booing and calls of “traitor!” from some in the audience.
Later Tuesday, Merkel appeared to give a speech at an auditorium in Stuttgart, seemingly wearing the same jacket. Police meanwhile have launched an investigation into the incident.
Merkel’s center-right CDU/CSU alliance is projected to win in the upcoming Bundestag elections, due to be held on September 24, where she is seeking a fourth term as the head of Germany. Despite CDU/CSU’s apparent lead, Merkel’s popularity has taken a hit over the last few years as a result of her handling of the migrant and refugee crisis, the biggest to face Europe since the Second World War.
Merkel, called 'traitor', defends refugee stance in rowdy east Germany
Noah Barkin
August 17, 2017
ANNABERG-BUCHHOLZ, Germany (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel was greeted with shouts of “traitor” by a rowdy group of right-wing protesters in east Germany on Thursday as she defended her decision to allow hundreds of thousands of refugees into the country.
Alternative for Germany party supporters protest during the election rally of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a top candidate of the Christian Democratic Union Party (CDU), in Annaberg-Buchholz, Germany August 17, 2017, ahead of the upcoming federal election. Sign (R) reads "Courage for Germany", sign (L) reads "Not My Chancellor". REUTERS/Matthias Schumann
Roughly five weeks before an election in which she is expected to win a record-tying fourth term, Merkel veered from her stump speech, acknowledging “difficult times” in 2015 when a flood of asylum seekers, many from the Middle East, entered Germany.
It was her first campaign stop in eastern Germany, parts of which have been fertile ground for anti-immigration politics.
“Many people were worried. They said to themselves: ‘What about us? Are we still important or are only the refugees important’?” she told a crowd of several thousand in the central market square in Annaberg-Buchholz, a town in the state of Saxony near the Czech border.
Saxony was the focal point of anti-Islam protests that erupted in Germany during the refugee crisis. The anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) is particularly strong in the state and dozens of its supporters turned up to shout down Merkel.
They chanted “traitor” and “get out of here” as she took the stage, holding up signs that read “Regime Change in Germany!” and “CDU - we are destroying Germany”, a reference to her conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party.
Many blew loud whistles, making it hard for the hundreds of Merkel supporters in the audience to hear her and forcing the chancellor to acknowledge their presence.
“Some want to listen, but others can only shout. That is what separates us,” said Merkel, who grew up in eastern Germany. “Some want to get things done and others just scream.”
Nearly 900,000 refugees entered Germany in 2015 and roughly a third of that number last year. But with the numbers continuing to decline, the issue, which threatened to topple Merkel 1-1/2 years ago, has not played a big role in the election campaign so far.
That is partly due to the continued strength of the German economy and because many of the other parties in Germany, including the center-left Social Democrats (SPD) and environmentalist Greens, supported Merkel’s open-door policy.
The four-year-old AfD, which started as an anti-euro party, is an exception. It has scored above 20 percent in state elections in eastern Germany, its stronghold. But nationally, its support has fallen to the high single digits amid infighting and a steady drop in refugee numbers.
“I’ve voted for Merkel in the past, but I can’t anymore,” said Reiner Krueger, a 64-year-old retired baker who came to see her speak. “She made a huge mistake with the refugees. They are hoping people forget but I can‘t.”
(For a graphic on election, click tmsnrt.rs/2fv8Yqv)
Reporting by Noah Barkin Editing by Jeremy Gaunt.

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