Domestic unrest may occur if Merkel’s open border policy isn’t checked
by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON | OCTOBER 27, 2015
A letter obtained by German newspaper Die Welt written by top security experts warns that the middle class in Germany is becoming “radicalized” in response to the migrant influx and that domestic unrest may occur as a result.
“The high influx of people from other parts of the world will lead to instability of our country,” a security official told the newspaper, adding that the middle class is becoming, “radicalized because they mostly do not want this immigration and it is forced by the political elite.”
The official notes that tension is so fraught over the situation that some Germans may even resort to breaking the law the express their grievances.
“The German security authorities are not and will not be able to fend off these imported vulnerabilities and the reactions they trigger among the German population,” states the letter.
The security experts warn that the integration of hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants is simply not possible and that Angela Merkel’s policy will cause Islamist extremism and anti-Semitism to soar.
The letter is unsigned but has been “circulated among high-ranking security officials in the federal government,” according to the report.
Former President of the German Secret Service (BND) August Hanning has issued a ten point plan in order to resolve the crisis.
The plan includes rejecting immigrants who arrive from a safe country of origin, as well as the “strict application of the national and supranational law” to regain control of Germany’s borders.
“The absorption capacities in Germany are exhausted until further notice and Germany can take no additional migrants,” asserts Hanning.
Meanwhile, a similar backlash in Austria has led to a surge in firearms sales, with citizens fearing attacks by Muslim invaders.
“A Czech TV report confirms that long guns – shotguns and rifles – have been flying off the shelves in Austria, and Austrians who haven’t already purchased a gun may not have a chance to get one for some time. They’re all sold out,” writes WND’s Leo Hohmann.