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German parliamentarian, Sven Tritschler, from the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) stood before the German Parliament and told the Truth. Kudos go to RAIR Foundation for this translation:
Madam President, Ladies and gentleman the Green party could not have made it clearer, than with this motion as to what Germany will be facing following the upcoming national elections. They want to open the door wide to anyone who attracted to our country, and are currently using the situation in Afghanistan as the hook. The Green Party creates the impression that we owe this country something. Why? We didn’t install the Taliban. They came to power there before our presence in Afghanistan decades ago. Since 2001, the German taxpayer has dumped at least 20 billion Euros into the Hindu kush. But not only that, several dozen German soldiers have lost their live there! The youngest being just 21 years old. Honestly, I think it is sad that none of the previous speakers mentioned a word about that, ladies and gentlemen. Others came home mentally and physically crippled. Believe me, I’m familiar with what such a mission can do to a young person. I myself took part in such a mission, even if it was comparably harmless in Bosnia. But it doesn’t end there. We gave the Afghan government an army. We trained it and equipped it. Nominally, the force was far superior to the Taliban. What did the soldiers do at the slightest sign of danger? They ran away, or they defected. No ladies and gentlemen, our country owes Afghanistan nothing. Actually, it is the other way around. Afghanistan is right back where it was, before our soldiers came. That’s exactly where an overwhelming majority of the population obviously wants to be. According to a recent survey, 99% of Afghans support shariah law. 85% want stoning for unfaithful wives. 79% are in favor of killing apostates. The attitude towards Jews and homosexuals is obvious there. Ladies and gentlemen this is what they want to bring to our country by the hundreds of thousands. We the AfD are the only party that says: “No thank you!” ladies and gentlemen.
We could help these people better in their neighboring countries where they fit in better culturally, but not in Germany. Something very significant among the people we have flown out, is that less than 20% were even so-called local staff. Among them were twenty criminals, including a child molester, but oh well,, he’s here now, ladies and gentlemen, and he will soon be loose again. Thank you, CDU. Thank you dear SPD. It is well-known that we cannot integrate these people en masse into our society. They form parallel societies. They originate from an archaic tribal society, and they do not belong here. So before any outrage explodes here: NO this has nothing to do with race. Allow me to quote Helmut Schmidt, someone who led the SPD before 25% was considered a success.
Immigration from Afghanistan brings with it considerable problems. It is a different civilization. Not due to their different genes, not because of their different ancestry, but because of the way they were raised as infants, the way they were raised as toddlers, the way they were raised as school children, the way they were raised as children within families.
End of quote. And we don’t need these people either. They aren’t skilled workers. At least not for what is needed in Germany. The so-called “shortage of skilled workers” is a fairy tale told by migration lobbyists and business associations who want to decrease wage levels in Germany. Do you know what the “skilled worker shortage” used to be called? It was called full-time employment, and that’s a good thing, especially for employees, ladies and gentlemen. They can’t negotiate any better. So what are the so-called “middle class” doing in this situation? As we’ve just heard, they’re being a bit coy. After all, there’s an election campaign. They’re ducking out of the way, and of course they’re against these demands from the Green Party. But how credible is that really? In Cologne, one of the cities with the most expensive rents in Germany, the CDU, the FDP, the Left party, the Greens, and the SPD have just united in calling for more migration from Afghanistan, using the nice argument that “we have room.”
Gerhard Papke, who until recently was the vice-president for the FDP here in the state parliament, and for years its parliamentary group leader, tweeted yesterday and I quote: “After 16 years of Merkel, the Union and FDP, have apparently completely capitulated to the agenda of the political left. Even with its back to the wall, the CDU avoids the issue of migration like the devil resists holy water, even though immigration from Afghanistan mercilessly exposes the problems.” End Quote.
Dear CDU, Dear FDP,
You have something in common with the Afghan army. You surrender without fighting. Obviously you’re not really convinced by your own words. Fortunately, you no longer have a monopoly. Citizens can now vote for us, the AfD. We’ll promise you one thing. There will be no new 2015 [reference to mass migration of Muslims to Germany] with us. Even after the federal election. We therefore reject the motion. – Thank you very much.