Angela Merkel FINALLY admits that Islamic terror poses biggest threat to Germany but stands by massive Muslim immigration

Angela Merkel, architect of the mayhem, meltdown and destruction of Europe, finally Merkel states the obvious; jihad terror poses the gravest threat to Germany.  Despite this acknowledgement, Merkel still stands by her migrant policy in her New Year’s Speech. Instead the cow says we should fight these savages with compassion.

Terror attacks in Würzburg, Ansbach, and Berlin in 2016, the year Merkel calls “a year of severe tests,” were committed by illegal migrants who, in Merkel’s New Year’s address for 2015, she referred to as Germany’s “chance of tomorrow.”

Astonishing. Germany has no tomorrow if the massive Muslim migration continues.

Why doesn’t she just go – and take all her Stasi chums with her.

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In her New Year’s speech, Chancellor Angela Merkel affirmed that her government will win the fight against terrorism with compassion and denied that her open-door mass migration policy, which directly brought terrorists to Germany, was wrong.

Breitbart News: In her New Year’s speech, Chancellor Angela Merkel affirmed that her government will win the fight against terrorism with compassion and denied that her open-door mass migration policy, which directly brought terrorists to Germany, was wrong.

In the federal chancellor’s New Year address to Germany, Merkel asserted that the terror attacks committed by Islamist migrants in Würzburg, Ansbach, and recently at a Christmas market in Berlin were not attacks on Western civilisation but an attack on ‘refugees’ and Germany’s willkommenskultur (‘welcome culture’).

She stated terrorists “mock [the willingness of Germany to help] with their deeds [acts of terrorism], like they mock those who really need and deserve our protection.”

Adding that it is “particularly bitter and repulsive” when terrorist attacks are committed by migrants, Merkel pushed back against criticism of her unwavering commitment to mass migration, saying that Germany will fight the “hatred” of terrorism with “humanity” and “unity.”

“With the images of bombed-out Aleppo in Syria, it is important to remember once again how important and correct it was that our country has helped in the past year those who need our protection,” she said.

Acknowledging that Islamic terrorism is the biggest test for Germany, Merkel hinted at new security measures for the year ahead – but not at changes to her open-door mass migration policies.

Over one million unvetted migrants from the Middle East and Africa entered Germany alone at Merkel’s invitation, including potentially hundreds of Islamic State fighters and bringing with them the risk of the terror organisation weaponising migrants already in the country.

Asserting that “[the] state is doing everything to ensure its citizens’ security in freedom,” the chancellor said that in the midst of mourning for the dead and injured in these “difficult days,” Germans should seek “consolation” in each other.

Merkel closed her speech, which will be broadcast Saturday, by asserting that Germans need “openness” and “an open view of the world.” She stated she had “confidence” for 2017 – this New Year confidence an extension of her “Wir schaffen das” (“we can do this”) mantra.

Over the past two years, Germany has experienced its worst series of terror atrocities since the 1980s, with Islamist suicide bombings, shootings, axe attacks, and a truck rampage. The country has also experienced waves of mass sex attacks, social unrest, crime, and pressure on public services brought upon by the mass importation of peoples from the Islamic world.

Terror attacks in Würzburg, Ansbach, and Berlin in 2016, the year Merkel calls “a year of severe tests,” were committed by illegal migrants who, in Merkel’s New Year’s address for 2015, she referred to as Germany’s “chance of tomorrow.”

ANGELA Merkel has finally admitted that Islamic terrorism poses the biggest threat to Germany in her New Year’s message.

By Zoe Efstathiou, The Express, Dec 31, 2016

Angela Merkel’s insist Germany will not cower in fear of terrorism in New Year message

The German chancellor described the Berlin Christmas market attack, which killed 12 people and injured 48 others as “sickening” and said 2016 had been a year of “severe tests”.

Despite the bloody and threatening attack, Mrs Merkel insisted Germany would not cower before terrorism.
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She said: “As we go about our lives and our work, we are saying to the terrorists: ‘You are hate-filled murderers, but you do not determine how we live and want to live. We are free, considerate and open.”

As well as the Berlin attack, perpetrated by Tunisian jihadi Anis Amri, Germans were also targeted in a number of terror incidents earlier in the year.

In June, a teenage Afghan refugee armed with an axe injured and slashed five people on a train in Wuerzberg.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends the gala for the 200th anniversary of Werner von Siemens on November 29, 2016 at the historic headquarters of Siemens in Berlin

Mrs Merkel described the Berlin Christmas market attack as ‘sickening’

And in July, a Syrian asylum seeker whose application had not been granted, blew himself up outside a bar in Ansbach and wounded 15 bystanders.

Despite mounting criticism over her decision to allow more than a million migrants into Germany last year, which many claim has increased the nation’s terror threat, Mrs Merkel defended her open border policy.

She said images of carnage from war zones such as Aleppo show how “important and right” it is for Germany to provide a home to those fleeing conflict.
The German chancellor’s defiant New Year’s message comes as the country mourns the Berlin attack

Merkel said: “All this is reflected in our democracy, rule of law and values. They are the opposite of the hate-filled world of terrorism and will prove stronger than it. Together we are stronger. Our state is stronger.”

The 62-year-old also tried to deter the German public from seeking independence from the European Union and emulating Brexit.

Although she described the EU as “slow and difficult”, Mrs Merkel said it “really can do better than the nation state”.

She added: “But no – we Germans should never be deceived into thinking that a happy future could ever lie in going it alone nationally.”

This is how happy future looks for the EU:

Merkel sweeping refugees into EU

Merkel sweeping refugees into EU

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