German Chancellor Angela Merkel made the mistake of a lifetime last month when she announced plans to welcome 800,000 illegal immigrant refugees into her country.
By doing this, she handed illegals a big dose of incentive and effectively opened the floodgates, thus leaving the German people with only one option: They must either fight back or watch as their country gets invaded.
In America, some cities are already taking steps to block President Barack Obama’s attempts to bring in Syrian “refugees.” A video uploaded to YouTube by Pamela Geller earlier this week showed some German citizens taking more direct action.
The video depicted a bus full of immigrants arriving in the German city of Freiburg, only to be surrounded by dozens upon dozens of angry German citizens.
The citizens set up a blockade to stop the bus from continuing on its way. Unfortunately, the blockade came to a rather abrupt end when Merkel’s law enforcement goons began pepper-spraying protesters, forcing them to disperse and allow the bus to pass.
While the rightful citizens of Germany lost this particular battle (which can be viewed below), they could conceivably win the war against Merkel’s “open borders” policy if they teemed up across the nation and continued to fight back against this insanity.
They need to act quickly, however, before even more mobs of Muslims invade their nation. The tension right now is already bad.
Last week, for instance, we reported how a huge mob of Muslim immigrants armed with sticks and pipes were caught marching through the streets of Celle, chanting “Allahu Akbar.”
At this rate, the Muslim immigrants will one day outnumber the German natives, and when that day comes, it will be too late for the German people to fight back anymore.
H/T Pamela Geller
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