>These fags still want the EU despite it being proven to be a quagmire of shit
>nationalism is apparantly all thats wrong in the world according to these long nosed jews.
every fucking time.
As a German, i'm not fearing the chaos caused by planless welcome-refugees-policy by our government, but by the backlash of the angry citizens giving their votes for AfD.
CDU should get rid of the "we'll make it" stammering bitch as fast as they can, if they want to stay in the Bundestag.
I think it has a lot to do with how Germany handled the immigrant crisis. So, the immigrants can't really be blamed for wanting a better life, but of course that creates a lot of chaos. This is something Germany should have been prepared for if they really did not want to feed the flames of nationalism. It's kind of like what happened with Trump in the United States. None of the politicians actually tackled immigration, so now Trump is tackling it in the most hard and offensive way imaginable.
I think Europe is going to have a huge problem with progressiveness and subsequent nationalism.
Everybody should know by now that taking in as many refugees as Sweden or Germany is a bad idea, but Europe does it anyway (cause of "muh feelings" and "muh diversity"), and the repercussions of that come around, so they all think the correct course of action is to vote in more dangerous nationalist and far-right parties because they are anti-"the current problem that the leftfags aren't dealing with correctly."
Honestly, I can't blame them. If my crime and unemployment was rising steadily because the ruling party are taking in so many uncultured, un-vetted people at once, I would want anyone but them. It's just a very tough situation they're all in. They just need to scale back social-issue wise imo
More extreme parties getting voted in is standard.
People are fed up with the status quo so they vote away from the center.
Then its up to the center to change their approach to get people on their side again.
That is much more democratic than the limp wristed shitflinging center parties are doing. Ultimately they are the same shit anyways.
ofcourse they fear nationalism, if those so called refugees are kicked out of europe (read: killed) they will lose their low-cost-workforce and wages will start rising again.
The only reason why Merkel accepted those "refugees" is to keep wages low in order to keep Germany competitive in comparison with the rest of EU and the USA.
>None of the politicians actually tackled immigration, so now Trump is tackling it in the most hard and offensive way imaginable.
So wanting to deport illegal immigrants, and change the immigration systsem so it works is offensive? Also, what is so wrong with denying those in warzones that want to destroy the west from coming to America?
The GOP were all voted in, members of the republican party, by people thinking they would stand for small government. After all, that's what the republican party is supposed to be.
Then they voted in CISA.
not original anon but
I don't think that's the the point, it's the way Trump's taking up the call to get immigration in check, the way he's pitching it is with scooping up opportunities to spit on the political establishment at every opportunity and constantly act in a way implying the whole political arena around this is a farce.