Posted by: bringitup | October 16, 2010

Angela Merkel and Horst Seehofer: German multiculturalism has ‘utterly failed’

In a speech to supporters, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday that multiculturalism in Germany has not met with success. She stressed that immigrants must learn to speak German and integrate into German society.

Attempts to build a multicultural society in Germany have “utterly failed,” according to Chancellor Angela Merkel.

“This approach has failed, utterly failed,” said Merkel, head of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), in a speech to the party’s young people’s association in Potsdam on Saturday. She added that not enough was done in the past to support the movement. “The failures of the last 30 or 40 years cannot be resolved so quickly,” she said.

The comments followed a similar speech from Christian Social Union (CSU) chief Horst Seehofer, sister party to the CDU, who on Friday evening declared his party’s stance against multiculturalism. “Multiculturalism is dead,” he said, to great applause.
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This truly is more good news and I do think that we should thank Thilo Sarrazin for daring to write and publish the book Deutschland schafft sich ab (“Germany Does Away With Itself”) which covers the dangers of multiculturalism and how it continues to weaken Germany. He is the man who really dared to bring out this inconvenient truth about the future of Germany and who really managed to break the ice to open a discussion about this issue.

Continue bringing out the truth about the failures  and dangers of multiculturalism and the cultural conflicts and ethnic violence it has brought to Europe.

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