- German hospitals are increasing security to protect doctors and nurses from violent attacks by migrants who are unhappy with the medical treatment they are receiving.
- Critics are warning that German taxpayers will end up paying billions of euros to provide healthcare for a never-ending wave of asylum seekers. This is in addition to the billions of euros already being spent to provide newcomers with food, clothing and shelter.
- In addition to the massive economic and social costs, as well as the burden of increased crime, including a rape epidemic, Germans are now facing the risk of being exposed to exotic diseases — and tuberculosis.
- Roughly 5% of asylum seekers are carrying resistant germs. In real numbers, this works out to around 75,000 newcomers with highly infectious diseases. — Dr. Jan-Thorsten Gräsner, director of the Institute for Rescue and Emergency Medicine.
- Twenty types of vaccines are now in short supply, and 16 others are no longer available at all. Because of production bottlenecks, some vaccines will not become available until 2017.
- Muslim women refuse to be treated by male doctors, and many Muslim men refuse to be treated by females. — Max Kaplan, director of the Bavarian Medical Board.
- German media outlets are downplaying the extent of the healthcare problem, apparently to avoid spreading fear or provoking anti-immigrant sentiments.
The influx of more than one million asylum seekers from Africa, Asia and the Middle East is placing unprecedented strain on Germany’s healthcare system.
Hospitals, clinics and emergency rooms across Germany are being filled to capacity with migrants suffering maladies of all kinds, and medical personnel, including thousands of volunteers, are increasingly complaining of burnout.
Austria will build a 3.7-km (2.5-mile) fence on either side of its busiest border crossing with Slovenia to help manage the flow of thousands of migrants a day onto its territory, senior officials said on Friday.
It was the latest move by a country on Europe’s main migratory corridor, stretching from Greece to Germany, to manage or curb the influx since hundreds of thousands started streaming into Austria and Germany two months ago, putting severe strain on the European Union’s prized system of open borders.
As all high-living Breitbart London readers will know, getting the cork out of a champagne bottle can sometimes be a little tricky. But once achieved it is followed by a rush of bubbles and energy. But if half way through the bottle you decide you’ve had enough, have a go at putting the cork back in.
Once, in a moment of sobriety, I attempted this exercise. It’s impossible.
Aaand Ayn Rand has been a Rothschild mistress.
I’ve said it before: This is a “Rothschild planned migrant crisis”.
Why is a US-based NGO funding Middle East refugee movement into Europe?
This article originally appeared in German at Info Direkt. Translated by Werner Schrimpf
U.S. organizations promote human trafficking to Europe
„Become an escape helper“! With this slogan an organization is acquiring volunteers and this invitation is creating a lot of noise in the media.1
The web site www.fluchthelfer.in (note: “fluchthelfer” translates roughly “escape helper”) looks professional – starting with the web design and ending with ad banners – everything seems sophisticated and high-end.
Original article in German here:
– Merkel will in Afrika für Einwanderung nach Deutschland werben (Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten, Nov 8, 2015)
Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel setzt ihre Politik der offenen Arme fort: Beim Afrika-Gipfel der EU will sie mit den Staatschefs darüber sprechen, wie man „junge Afrikaner legal in Deutschland aufnehmen“ kann. Außerdem will sie den Staaten Afrikas „neue finanzielle Mittel anbieten“.
– Merkel wants to promote in Africa for immigration to Germany (German Economic News, Nov 8, 2015):
Angela Merkel will next week formally speak at their meetings in Africa on how it will be possible to legally take young Africans in Germany. She announced on her weekly podcast. The interviewer, Carina Sprungk, a political scientist at the Free University Berlin presented the following question:
Madam Chancellor, in the next week you go to the EU-Africa Summit on migration issues in Malta. There should be talked about the problems, but also about the opportunities of migration. And it should also be clear that the countries of origin, transit and destination countries together bear responsibility for migration. What do you mean by a shared responsibility of these countries, and what specific items you’re traveling to Malta?
“Everyone wins… except the Greek people of course, but they lost long ago.”
As part of its third bailout from this summer when the party that was elected on an anti-austerity, “no more debt” platform caved to Europe’s every demand (under the threat of deposit confiscation and bank failure) and promised to unleash even more “austerity”, while raising Greek debt to 200% of GDP over the next few years, Athens was supposed to get its first €2 billion installment of the first €26 billion tranche for discretionary spending purposes sometime around now.
Unfortunately, it isn’t, if only for the time being, for the simple reason that – surprise – it hasn’t implemented most of the reforms demanded under the terms of the Third bailout agreement.
After reading the title, you may think it is describing the phenomenon that Europe has recently been facing: the hundreds of thousands of refugees, both victims of the hardships of civil wars and opportunists, who are invading the Balkans by land and by sea and then making their way further, trying to reach richer countries like Germany, France and Scandinavia by any means possible.
It would seem that this stream of refugees has objective reasons: armed conflicts and wars have been going on in Libya, Syria and Iraq for many years, while the situation is also turbulent in Palestine and Afghanistan. In Tunisia and Egypt, meanwhile, both of which experienced the Arab Spring, the situation also leaves much to be desired. Hardly anybody is taking notice of Bahrain, where opposition protests have been brutally suppressed for years, while in Yemen, air strikes are even being carried out on wedding processions. The location of these two states is not very convenient, however – there is simply nowhere to flee. There is also another important detail: camps are being built for Muslim refugees in Saudi Arabia, but nobody is going there for some reason. As a last resort, they stay in Jordan and Turkey.
… so that the Bilderberg rat Merkel (CDU) can leave the sinking ship, making place for another Bilderberg puppet Chancellor coming from the SPD this time. (Maybe even Olaf Scholz?)
And then, under the next Bilderberg puppet SPD Chancellor, Germany will be (totally) destroyed … and not only Germany.
On the elite agenda are tax-hikes, bail-ins, civil unrest, financial/economic collapse, civil war and then ‘real’ war, i.e. WW3.
Merkel’s refugee policy has really divided Europe, no less her own country. This issue appears staged to bring about her downfall. It was 17 days ahead of the ECM turning point on September 13 (2 x 8.6) when Merkel reimposed border controls; the cornerstone of Europe was to be the freedom of movement. She has certainly divided Europe. It is starting to appear that her days are numbered.
Billionaire investor George Soros has confirmed he wants to bring down Europe’s borders, following the accusation made last week by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
Last week, Mr Orban accused Mr Soros – who was born in Hungary – of deliberately encouraging the migrant crisis.
“This invasion is driven, on the one hand, by people smugglers, and on the other by those (human rights) activists who support everything that weakens the nation-state,” Mr Orban said.