Of course, Jahenny's prophecy might have nothing to do with a reversal of Brexit. It could relate to Van Rensburg's treacherous UK PM.
— Alois Irlmaier (@AloisIrlmaier) June 13, 2017
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In the meantime, indigenous German taxpayers will be footing the bill for the migrants here & those still to come.https://t.co/OLFtLQfAkX
— Alois Irlmaier (@AloisIrlmaier) June 22, 2017
She told the Financial Times that Germany faces challenges in integrating its enormous migrant population.
According to Ozoguz, only a quarter to a third of the newcomers would enter the labor market over the next five years, and “for many others, we will need up to ten.”
— EUobserver (@euobs) 20 juni 2017
What does the European Union do, when confronted with the rise of a freshly groomed Turkish dictator who throws his political opponents in jail, abolishes free press, promotes political Islam, and is damaging his economy? Does the EU oppose him like they ‘bravely’ oppose Trump for example? Of course not. They pump billions (not millions, billions!) into their economy, meant for Turkey to improve its rule of law, its fundamental human rights, and its democracy.
An asylum seeker diagnosed with tuberculosis who visited a kindergarten several times in Bünsdorf, Germany, may have infected as many as 18 children and four adults with the disease.
The migrant, originally from Yemen, spent five months from January to May in the community, meeting families and spending time at a local kindergarten. Brought to Bünsdorf by the local church, the man is said to have had an infectious case of tuberculosis and children aged three to six may be affected, leaving parents outraged, Eckernförderung Zeitung reports.
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A co-founder of the first “liberal mosque,” which opened in the German capital last week, has faced intimidation, including death threats, she told RT Deutsch.
“Death threats, and other threats… are partly coming from the Islamist side,” Seyran Ates said. She is one of the seven founders of the unusual prayer site, which accepts everyone except those wearing a full face veil, such as a niqab or burka.
Two of Europe’s greatest contemporary enemies recently got together to compare notes and discuss how they were going to further undermine and destabilize what remains of the Continent’s civilization. Pope Francis and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met on June 17, in the Vatican’s Apostolic Palace to discuss the issues which will be raised at a Group of 20 summit meeting in Hamburg, from July 7-8.
The Vatican said that Frau Merkel and the Pope discussed the need “for the international community to combat poverty, hunger, terrorism and climate change.” Ms. Merkel, in an obvious swipe at US President Donald Trump, said that “we are a world in which we want to work multilaterally, a world in which we don’t want to build walls but bring down walls.” The reference to “walls,” of course, was to President Trump’s promise to construct a wall on the Mexican-American border. The pope, too, has been critical of Mr. Trump’s proposed plan.