A professor who interrupted Merkel now faces legal reprecussions for saying he was concerned for German kids safety

Posted by Ezra 4 years ago in News
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A Professor has interrupted German Chancellor Angela Merkel during the opening ceremony of a new Fraunhofer Institute for Microsystems and now fears for his teaching position. He said he is scared about the future of his 2, 4 and 9 year old children and that Merkel is conducting an experiment whose outcome nobody can predict. He urged her to be responsible and reasonable as she is a physicist herself. Merkel shrugged him off and said she is already doing the best she can for the future of Germany. This may be because she has no personal investment in the future, no children, no relatives and has recently been spotted in South America hunting for real estate where she can spend her retirement. Merkel is facing heavy critique for letting in millions of young Muslim men of whom only a fraction are genuine refugees. Despite the majority in her own party disagreeing with her "no upper limit"-policy, she insists on putting absolutely no boundaries on immigration. Her newest programs include advertising for immigrants in Africa and making "social experiments of assimilation" in rural areas where locals are highly outnumbered. She does not recognize the existence of a German people and in her latest New Year's speech she claimed that anybody around the world can claim he is a true German, even if he has never been to Germany before. Germans who claim "being German" for themselves are hateful, so she says. In January immigration has increased 20-fold compared to last year as the men who arrived are now calling their friends and telling them how easy it was to enter Germany. At current immigration levels, German men between the age of 20 and 35 will be a minority within 5 years. And it's precisely for this reason that the professor is rightfully scared about the future.

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