How can commie Merkel be mentored by Helmut Kohl? Too late now because she’s lost all sanity. Millions of Muslims have already entered Europe while new reports claim over 1,000 jihadists enter Europe every single year.
This is nothing new. Muslims have been pouring into Europe since the destructive French Eurabia policy came into force in the 1970’s, created by Charles de Gaulle. The French should be sued and be forced to pay compensation to all the European countries who became victims of this insanity.
Unsealed confidential British documents from 1982 reveal that German Chancellor Helmut Kohl tried to carry out a “radical” plan. He wanted to reduce the number of Turks living in Germany by 50 percent within four years.
Helmut Kohl had confided his ideas to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher during her visit to Bonn, then the West German capital. “Chancellor Kohl said (…) over the next four years, it would be necessary to reduce the number of Turks in Germany by 50 percent — but he could not say this publicly yet,” state the secret minutes of the meeting dated Oct. 28, 1982.
The file, labeled “PREM 19/1036 adds: “It was impossible for Germany to assimilate the Turks in their present numbers.” Only four people were in the room at the time: Kohl, his longtime adviser Horst Teltschik, Thatcher and her private secretary A.J. Coles, the author of the document. The minutes of the Thatcher meeting outline how Kohl intended to get hundreds of thousands of Turks out of Germany.
According to the document, Kohl wanted the Turks out. “Germany had no problems with the Portuguese, the Italians, even the Southeast Asians, because these communities integrated well,” wrote minute-keeper Coles of the chancellor, who had only been in office for four weeks. “But the Turks came from a very distinctive culture and did not integrate well. […] Germany had integrated some 11 million Germans from East European countries. But they were European and therefore presented no problem.”
Kohl listed forced marriages and illegal employment by Turks as examples of “a clash of two different cultures.” One out of every two should leave, said the chancellor, and those who remain should be provided special schooling. “Those who were to be integrated must learn German.”
Kohl himself shifted positions a decade later. In 1993 he went against many in his own party and came out in support of giving automatic German citizenship to third-generation “foreigners”.
But his grasp of the extent and spread of Muslim problems was poor. In 1993 Kohl, acting on a request from President Clinton, urged the arming of Bosnian Muslims. What nuthead would arm these people? Never, at any extent, arm them. This constant meddling in international conflicts and military support to Muslim occupiers who stir problems under the cloak of “right to democracy” (a propaganda term for jihad), has enabled them to spread everywhere.
Deport them. Block all trade with Muslim countries and ban travels and visas to them. End the oil trade with them and sanction the countries who continue to engage in it. That will corner them to a position where they have to, at some point, look at themselves and desire a change from within their own communities.
Angela Merkel is warned by her ‘mentor’ Helmut Kohl that Europe cannot become home for millions of migrants whose beliefs are different to ‘the foundations of our values’
- Former German Chancellor attacks the open-door policy of his ‘golden girl’
- He said: ‘National policies of the lone-knight variety must be left in the past’
- Kohl warned that peace and freedom is at risk through mass immigration
- He is to meet Hungarian PM who has fiercely resisted taking in migrants
Helmut Kohl, the former mentor of Chancellor Angela Merkel, has warned his ‘golden girl’ that Europe cannot become ‘a new home’ for millions of migrants.
Kohl, who was German leader for 16 years and oversaw the country’s reunification, took a swipe at the woman he chose as his successor after remaining silent on the issue since the crisis began.
He commented in a newspaper at the weekend: ‘Europe cannot become a new home for the millions of people in need throughout the world.
Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl sits beside his mentee and chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union party Angela Merkel before a ceremony to mark the 10th anniversary of German unification in 2000. Kohl has warned his ‘golden girl’ that Europe cannot become ‘a new home’ for millions of migrants.
‘National policies of the lone-knight variety must be left in the past.
‘For the most part they have a belief which is different from the Judeo-Christian beliefs which form part of the foundations of our social order and our values.’
He never mentioned Mrs Merkel, who he championed for greatness over more conventional rivals, but no-one is left in any doubt that his criticisms were aimed at her.
His comments came just before a controversial meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban that he will hold this week.
Kohl, 86, said the continent’s peace and freedom could be at stake through mass immigration.
The social fabric in his own country has worn increasingly thin due to the open-door policy of Merkel who has allowed in more than 1.2million refugees in 16 months.
Helmut Kohl signs copies of his book ‘Memories 1982-1990’ in November 2005. In comments attacking Merkel’s open-door policy, Kohl said Europe’s peace and freedom could be at stake through mass migration.
This has pushed voters into the embrace of right-wingers like the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party which scored big in regional elections in March and which now threatens Merkel’s CDU conservatives at the general election in the autumn of next year.
‘The solution lies in the affected regions,’ said Kohl of the migrant crisis. ‘It does not lie in Europe. Europe cannot become a new home for millions of people in need around the world.’
Kohl is to meet with Orban, who has drawn criticism for his resistance to taking in refugees, including the erecting of a razor-wire fence along his country’s border.
‘We are aware that we have something to lose and that it is worth fighting for the European project for peace and freedom,’ Kohl wrote in a reference to Orban.
His aides deny his meeting with Orban is an affront to Merkel.
Mr Kohl rarely leaves his home following a stroke in 2008. He is said to be ‘estranged’ from the woman he propelled to the heights of power.