Women and girls are now afraid to walk the streets along for fear of attack. The Alternative for Germany (AfD) parliamentary leader, Alice Weidel, said on Wednesday.
In the Bundestag she accused the Chancellor of wrongfully conducting migration policies.
“Every year, we spend money on the fight against the right… but women and girls no longer even dare to walk the streets alone for fear of attacks by so-called seekers of protection,” Weidel said.
The soon to be unemployed Chancellor rejected Weidel’s assertion defending her migration agreement: “We have to solve migration internationally. No country can do it alone”.
No country can do it alone. Discussions on the ‘migrants welcome’ policies reflect they are under scrutiny as the UN Global Compact for Migration is set to be signed on 11 and 12 December in Marrakech, Morocco.
The ‘Marrakech Document’ has divided the globe with Austria, Hungary, the United States, Israel, Poland and others having withdrawn and many others still questioning if it’s worth the loss of sovereignty and the dangers it imposes on their countries.
Dr Werner Patzelt, a political science professor at the Technical University of Dresden believes “open borders, refugees welcome, no nation… has estranged people,” who are now looking for different answers, explaining the shocking losses Ms. Merkel’s coalition.
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