… or is it the problem, reaction, solution game, played by TPTB many, many times since 9/11???
One thing for sure: Merkel will not be reelected. And that has been the plan, according to my knowledge, all along.
“Hedgeless Horseman” commented at an article over at ZeroHedge:
“How many must die before we have sensible truck control laws?
Nobody but government employees really needs an automatic, full-capacity truck.”
THE Berlin Christmas market terror attack has seen Angela Merkel come under fire from members of her own party as politicians call for martial law.
Politicians have even declared war after an unknown assailant ploughed into crowds in Berlin.
Police had arrested a man from Pakistan called Naved B who they claim was approved for asylum after arriving in the country in February, however it has since been claimed he is not thought to have been the driver after DNA tests.
Now in a veiled attack on Chancellor Merkel’s open-door refugee policy, Klaus Bouillon of Mrs Merkel’s CDU party said told Saarland radio: “We must state that we are in a state of war, although some people who want to see only the good can not see.
Bouillon announced intensified security measures amid fears there could be more attacks today.
“We will take it wherever we think it is necessary.
“That means long-range weapons, short weapons, machine guns, even if this sounds martial.”
Chief executive of the populist right wing Alternative for Germany party, which is widely expect to obliterate Mrs Merkel’s party in next year’s elections, say the country is now no longer safe.
AfD chairwoman, Frauke Petry, blamed the federal government for the alleged attack insisting they could have done more.
She said: “The milieu in which such acts can flourish has been negligently and systematically imported over the last one and a half years.
“On such a sad day, the AfD does not attach any importance to “keeping right”.
H/t reader kevin a.
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