See this video that explains the exemplarily sentence mentioned above.
Very well spoken!
In contrast to this, which German politician might possibly respond to a German journalist in such a way? I do not know any. Here in Germany it is enough to advise others abroad and distract from your own responsibility. And vice versa, it is the same: journalists who do not ask the German politicians sharp questions that would make people aware of what is going on.
But it is so easy to ask questions such as:
- Why have you been supporting Islamist groups in Syria?
- Why have you been conniving with terror organisations for example the Ethiopian government?
- What exactly do you mean with the term „migration management“ if this implies installing closed concentration camps in Ethiopia, Niger, Southern Sudan and elsewhere?
On 11 October, Mrs Merkel met the boss of that governing terror organisation even though this organisation had declared a state of emergency on 9 October
(__and that means fighting the population of Ethiopia__)
to coordinate that „management“ which serves to prevent the immigration of people on the run but does not mean investigating into the original causes of flight.
Why do _you_ think they do not want to investigate these causes?
Well, that would spell trouble for it isn’t easy to take a look in the mirror and see the reflection of the problem right there.
© Joachim Endemann