Merkel: ‘I have no plan B’ on migrant crisis strategy

Rothschild puppet Merkel has only plan A, because that is what she has been told to do.

“Chancellor Angela Merkel called for patience with efforts to accommodate refugees”

Angela Merkel should have to tell that directly in the face of parents whose children just got raped and wait for the response.

“”There is so much violence and hardship on our doorstep,” Merkel said. “

So the solution is to let it all in. Brilliant!!!

Under the tag ‘Migrant Crisis’ you can find out how that strategy worked out already and it will only get worse.

Here are some examples of what I posted yesterday:

Migrant Crisis: VIENNA, Austria: Migrants Stabbing Attack At Shopping Centre

Migrant Crisis: FULDA, Germany: Migrant Charged With 200 Crimes SET FREE

Migrant Crisis: COLOGNE, Germany: Migrant murders migrant

Migrant Crisis: NORDANSTIG, Sweden: Migrants smash up accommodation, attack staff

Migrant Crisis: INNSBRUCK, Austria: Woman Raped

Migrant Crisis: BURNLEY, United Kingdom: Woman Gang Raped

And what could possibly go wrong Angela, right?

Germany Admits They Have Lost Track of 130,000 Refugees

Europol: 5,000 ISIS Militants Trained In Syria & Iraq Walk Free In Europe

But wait, this is also a good one …

“The international financial crisis was a big challenge. We managed that well. The euro crisis was a huge challenge,”Merkel commented.

While we are all just waiting for the inevitable greatest financial/economic collapse in world history to happen.


Merkel: ‘I have no plan B’ on migrant crisis strategy:

Speaking on public television on Sunday, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germany’s borders would remain open to refugees. Merkel dismissed a “rigid limit,” saying that “there is no point in believing that I can solve the problem through the unilateral closure of borders.”

“I have no plan B,” Merkel said, adding that she is convinced she is on the right track with efforts to redistribute refugees within Europe and addressing the problems causing mass displacement: “I am fighting for this approach.”

Merkel sought to reassure viewers by insisting that her government’s strategy is the only “logical” one – and came about after much thought.

The chancellor said she was concerned about disputes over migrants within the EU, and added that a breakdown of the European Union must be avoided.

Merkel also said dealing with the migration crisis had been a “difficult path,” but that it concerned Germany’s reputation in the world: “This is a very important phase in our history,” she said.

“There is so much violence and hardship on our doorstep,” Merkel said. “What’s right for Germany in the long term? There, I think it is to keep Europe together and to show humanity.”

Threat to democracy?

The chancellor rejected the suggestion that recent violent protests and open displays of hostility towards refugees could lead to a threat to democracy similar to that experienced under the Weimar Republic. Then, after the loss of the First World War, a three-year period of hyperinflation up to 1924 caused political instability.

“I do not believe that,” Merkel said, but noted that it was important to take such warnings seriously. She said that it was her job “to solve problems so that we can stand by our values.”

Commenting on what she called the “devastating” attacks on women in Cologne at New Year by men said to be of mostly North African origin, Merkel said: “Rules must be clear from the start” to refugees, adding, “Integration isn’t just a voluntary matter.”

The interview was the third major television appearance that Merkel has made in the last five months – the first with the same ARD talkshow hosted by Anne Will, the second with ZDF in mid-November.

Merkel’s party faces elections on March 13 when voters elect new regional parliaments in three of Germany’s 16 states. It is the first poll since the migrant crisis began.

Talking to Turkey and Greece

Merkel said that viable agreements with Turkey needed to be made in order to limit the influx of refugees into Europe.

She added that her focus is on negotiations with Turkey – over providing better care to refugees – due to take place next week, with a summit on migration expected ten days later. The chancellor ruled out any personal consequences for herself in the event that the talks fail, saying only that such a scenario would entail more work on finding a solution.

The ARD talk show host, Anne Will, asked Merkel about the growing number of refugees unable to cross into Macedonia at Greece’s border with the country.

Merkel responded, “We cannot let this country down.” Greece was not kept within the eurozone just to be plunged into “chaos” now, she explained.

“The international financial crisis was a big challenge. We managed that well. The euro crisis was a huge challenge,” Merkel commented.

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The migrant crisis has been predicted in 1950.
We are on the road to WW3:
Migrant crisis > Hyperinflation > Financial/Economic Collapse > Revolution/Civil War > WW3 > 3 Days Of Darkness (Worse Than WW3)
Related info:

The Prophecies Of Alois Irlmaier – The Roadmap To WW3 – The 3 Days Of Darkness (Worse Than WW3):

“Everything calls peace, Schalom! Then it will occur – a new Middle East war suddenly flames up, big naval forces are facing hostiley in the Mediterranean – the situation is strained. But the actual firing spark is set on fire in the Balkan: I see a “large one” falling, a bloody dagger lies beside him – then impact is on impact. …”

Im Jahre 1992 wurde folgende Voraussage des bekannten bayerischen Hellsehers Alois Irlmaier veröffentlicht, die er in den 50er-Jahren einem Nachbarsmädchen mitgeteilt haben soll:

Alois Irmaier made the following prediction in the 50ties:

»Mädchen, du erlebst die große Umwälzung, die kommen wird. (Big changes coming.)

Zuerst kommt ein Wohlstand wie noch nie. (First prosperity like never before.)

Dann folgt ein Glaubensabfall wie nie zuvor. (Then apostasy like never before.)

Darauf eine noch nie da gewesene Sittenverderbnis. (Then immorality like never before.)

Alsdann kommt eine große Zahl fremder Leute ins Land. (Migrant crisis)

Es herrscht eine hohe Inflation. (High inflation)

Das Geld verliert mehr und mehr an Wert. (Hyperinflation)

Bald darauf folgt die Revolution [in Deutschland]. (Revolution)

Dann überfallen die Russen über Nacht den Westen.« (Russian invasion = WW3)

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