On Angela Merkel’s return to Berlin on Wednesday from her irregular holiday, her government announced a fake migrant deal with Spain ahead of her weekend talks with Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez, which may fuel tensions with her CSU partner.
Berlin’s Interior Ministry which announced that migrants, who were originally registered in Spain, would be sent back within 24 hours, but omitted to mention that the deal only included migrants that are picked up at the Austrian border i.e. in Bavaria.
The deal does not include migrants coming to Germany from Spain through France, the main route.
In short, the announced deal does not add anything to the new status quo since the very few if any migrants coming to Germany from Austria would have been picked up anyway at the Bavarian border.
It is not clear if Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, a critic of Merkel’s immigration policy, knew about Merkel’s deal before it was announced, but Merkel’s government was quick to pin the blame on him in a move which appears to be designed to fuel the CSU base’s discontent.
A ICAI-ICADE Comillas Madrid university study this year said that there are no official figures for how many migrants from Africa move on to France, Germany and northern Europe but it is a significant number.
“In einer Anfang des Jahres veröffentlichten Studie der Madrider Universität ICAI-ICADE Comillas heißt es: „Obwohl es keine offiziellen Zahlen gibt, wurde bei der Recherche festgestellt, dass eine beträchtliche Zahl der Asylbewerber oder der anerkannten Asylanten Spanien verlässt und in Länder im Norden Europas weiterreist“.
It is also not clear how many migrants are registered in the first place when they arrive in Spain.
In short, the migrant deal announced by Merkel does nothing to address the real problem, and, in a media sleight of hand, blames the deal on Seehofer, who could see his support plummet among voters if they think he made this agreement instead of Merkel.
Merkel’s and the Globalists apparent media sleight of hand underlines the urgent need of the CSU to set up their own media network to get their message across. Members need to be encouraged to start up blogs or internet newspapers to ensure the CSU can project and publicise its policies and counter act misinformation. The CSU could start funding their own internet newspapers.
Factual, unbiased, objective reporting of issues could do much to mould voter’s opinions.
A workshop on the basics of libel law (vital!), misinformation and infiltration techniques and other dirty tricks, as well as on basic journalism research and reporting could be held in one day to get the information soldiers armed for the battle for hearts and minds.
Members could be encouraged to specialise on fields they are familiar with i.e. economists on the eurozone economic and financial meltdown, chemists on OPAWC policy etc and to liase with CSU policy groups.