Germany’s Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has said migrants could start to be turned away from the border today as revolt against eugenicist Globalist Angela Merkel intensifies.
Most of the migrants come to Germany via Greece whose borders were opened by Merkel’s ally Alexis Tsipras and Panos Kammenos in spring 2015.
Kammenos brazenly threatened to flood Europe with Jihadists in March 2015.
Tsipras is opening ever more migrant camps in Greece. There is one close to Larisa. Today I heard the very sad news from someone who knows locals helping out at the camp that women there are regularly raped. Greek police do not intervene. More and more migrants are also being given apartments in Larisa while impoverished locals are being thrown out of them.
The result of the standoff could have far-reaching ramifications for all E.U. countries, as well as the migrants seeking to resettle in them. And if closed borders prevail over open ones, it could mark a turning point in one of the defining struggles of modern Europe.
Here’s what to know about Germany’s political crisis:
What’s the disagreement?
It’s between Merkel and her Interior Minister, Horst Seehofer, who oversees migration policies. Seehofer wants to turn away migrants at Germany’s border if they have registered as migrants elsewhere in the E.U. Merkel has refused to accept this plan, out of the belief that such a policy goes against E.U. principles.