Even Merkel admits as much...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday declared that multiculturalism in Germany was a failure and said it was an illusion to think that Germans and foreign workers could "live happily side by side.""We kidded ourselves for a while that they wouldn't stay, but that's not the reality," she told members of the youth group of her Christian Democratic Union party, referring to the influx of workers, known as guest workers, who helped fuel the country's postwar economic boom.
"Of course the tendency had been to say, 'let's adopt the multicultural concept and live happily side by side, and be happy to be living with each other'. But this concept has failed, and failed utterly," she said.
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Is it wise to fully trust the German police? watch
- 24-07-2016 15:19
(Original post by KingBradly)
- 24-07-2016 15:20
You are so desperate for the perpetrator to be far-right that you'll fully believe a police force that only a few months ago tried to keep secret masses of sex assaults in the street. The fact that thousands of women were involved, making it an incredibly difficult thing to keep secret, shows just how far they are prepared to go to try and maintain their narrative. It's however implausible to you that they would twist the truth about something which only they and his family are privy to: his room. You're willing to fully believe them when they say that a Iranian kid named Ali idolizes a white supremicist who would have wanted him and his family killed.
Any evidence for that?
What a pathetic opportunist you are.*
(Original post by the bear)
- 24-07-2016 15:25
maybe Mr Sonboly shouted "Alle nachbar" which means "We are all neighbours" ? *
It is not Mr Sonboly, though. Everyone is calling him David Sonboly, remember, do get with the programme.
All traces of his Muslim ancestry must be expunged.
I see the BBC have taken to calling the Nice attacker, Mohammed Bouhlel, Maurice...
(Original post by KingBradly)
- 24-07-2016 16:20
Given that we know they are capable of covering up co-ordinated mass sexual assaults in various cities, is it not wise to remain skeptical? Questioning the official narrative can be a sign of wanting to appease one's own narrative, but I think in this instance it's perfectly reasonable. We know they will go to great lengths to cover up huge, mass crimes in-order to keep their narrative intact. Are we really to believe that a boy named Ali Sonboly with Iranian heritage had "obvious links" with a white supremacist like Brevik? The only thing that seems remotely nationalist was the fact that he shouted "I am German", and that was only after being insulted for being a foreigner.
Various tabloids have reported a witness's testimony where the shooter shouted Allahu Ackbar:
The Telegraph also reported it closer to the time but now those reports seem to have gone.
Can we trust these papers, or this single witness? I certainly wouldn't like to wholeheartedly, but then I wouldn't wholeheartedly trust the German authorities just the same.
Who knows what's going on, but I certainly don't trust the official narrative.
> If any reports are favorable to your narrative; praise them
> If any reports are unfavorable to your narrative; by all means cast suspicion, scrutinize each and every irrelevant links, dig back to see possible inefficiency and then ridicule them because, regardless of facts, they dont agree with your narrative.
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- 26-07-2016 10:28