Germany's Schaeuble Warns Europe Needs More Refugees "To Prevent Inbreeding"

German Finance Minister Schäuble is touted to replace Merkel, and as Martin Armstrong explains, like other politicians of his age, he too is just in a state of denial.

Despite the fact that two-thirds of Germans are fed up with Merkel over the immigration issue, Schäuble is calling for more immigration into Europe. Otherwise, Europe will "degenerate into [an] inbred" continent. As Deutsche Wirthschaft reports (via Google Translate)...

Federal Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU), Europe faces ever greater hurdles for migrants warned strongly... "The [border] closure is what would make [Europe] broken, which could degenerate us in inbreeding," he told the German weekly Die Zeit.


In Germany deceive Muslims contribute to openness and diversity: "Look at times but the third generation of Turks, especially the women. That is nevertheless an enormous innovatory potential. "


These thoughts can be quite crude, respectively. First, it is not the job of politicians to throw with terms such as inbreeding around. Secondly, the term with regard to Europe inaccurate because Europe does not tend to inbreeding already because of its cultures, languages ??and regional identities per se.


But above all, the cause of global flight and migration movements is not to raise the effort the innovative potential of Germany. The causes of migration are war, hunger, exploitation, land theft and ethnic cleansing. Would these reasons disappear, the majority of refugees would stay in their home - and perhaps the Europeans would have to search for their innovative potential have to go to other countries.

Once a career politician has an idea in their head, they will defend it to the end. I suppose this is why they defend the refugees when they rape European girls.

Meanwhile, the United States has issued a travel advisory for all Americans to warn them about traveling to Europe this summer.

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We suspect this will become yet another reason for Brits to consider Brexit.