The End Of Merkel? CDU Lawmaker Admits Germany Could Have A New Chancellor "By The End Of Next Week"

It's looking increasingly likely that German Chancellor Angela Merkel may have attended her last G-7 conference.

A day after the euro whipsawed on conflicting reports touting the collapse of Merkel's governing coalition, a lawmaker from Merkel's own party said the Chancellor could be out by the end of next week during an appearance on BBC World at One (via Express). On Friday, German media reported that Merkel's junior coalition partner, the CSU, had announced the end of its alliance with Merkel's CDU - though that report was quickly denied.

While the German public's anger over Merkel's "open door" policy has been simmering for years, the instability within the ruling coalition - which features a decades-old political alliance between the CDU and CSU - intensified when Merkel decided over the weekend to veto a plan by Interior Minister Horst Seehofer aimed at controlling and reducing illegal migration. The minister’s refusal to back down has already shattered an uneasy truce between conservative backers and opponents of her liberal asylum policy.


Kai Whittaker

German MP Kai Whittaker, a CDU member, said Merkel's clashes with Seehofer - who is demanding that German border police be given the right to turn back migrants without identity papers or who are already registered elsewhere in the European Union - are threatening to bring about "a new political situation. And probably a new chancellor."

As Whittaker astutely points out, the political crisis stems from the fact that the issue of immigration has become "a power question".  The AfD, which outperformed expectations during Germany's fall elections, owes its rise largely to its anti-asylum stance. And as the chaos builds, Whittaker explained that German lawmakers are largely in the dark about what is happening with the leadership.

"We are in a serious situation because the question of the migration crisis evolved into a power question...the question is who is leading the Government? Is it Angela Merkel or is it Horst Seehofer? Everybody seems to be standing firm and that's the problem."


There is a master plan to solve the migration crisis, which consists of 63 ideas of Horst Seehofer.

Wittaker also pointed out that Seehofer's clashes with Merkel could be linked to upcoming local elections in Bavaria, where the conservative party is concerned about retaining a majority.

"This must have to do with the coming election in Bavaria because it is vital for the Conservatives to win an overall majority because that’s why they have a national importance."

"This kind of has the potential to diminish the authority of her and Horst Seehofer and it could well be that at the end of next week we have a new situation. Probably a new Chancellor."

Merkel has opposed what she sees as Seehofer's heavy handed approach toward immigration, and has held meetings with members of her party seeking support for her failing asylum policies, which brought more than 1 million migrants to Germany in 2015, leading to a spike in violent assaults. However, many of Merkel's allies are even demanding changes to her "open door" policy regarding migrants. Seehofer's plan would replace an existing EU rule, which would allow Germany to send the asylum-seekers back to the first EU state they entered. For now, the coalition agreement is still in place. But if the German government collapses, or looks to be headed that way, expect even more volatility in the euro - and by extension, more strength for the US dollar (and pain for emerging markets).


Klassenfeind Rocco May Sun, 06/17/2018 - 05:53 Permalink

I sincerely hope she fucks off, but I'm afraid of what we might get in return.

During the last elections, the socialists (SPD) lost a lot of votes due to the very uncharismatic Martin Schulz, despite an overwhelming support (read: propaganda) of the German mainstream media.

At the moment, the German mainstream media is working overtime to paint Horst Seehofer as a "racist/xenophobe" and the SPD, Green Party (B90-Die Grünen) and the Neo-communists (Die Linke) as the saviours of Germany.

Should the fragile German coalition collapse, it remains to be seen how this would work out on the German political landscape.

As the saying goes: "be careful what you wish for, it might happen."

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nmewn Klassenfeind Sun, 06/17/2018 - 07:12 Permalink

Agreed, as I understand the CDU party of Germany, there is not much of a difference in the way we sometimes call a RINO a conservative here, that is to say, a RINO is not a conservative. The claim is made that the CDU is center-right but looking back over its history in adopting/adapting Marxist theory (the CDU of East Germany merged with the CDU of West Germany with the fall of the wall) its just the way it strikes me. 

What is left or right in Europe is not the same as it is here and most Europeans know that (especially left leaning Euros) while most Americans do not (thanks to the Alinsky media complex).

In my opinion it is good to have sharp contrasts instead of a hodgepodge of smaller minority parties dictating the course of a nation based on their own fickle, ever changing allegiances of the moment, the Machiavellians are always looking for an opening ;-)

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perkunas Fuelling Chaos Sun, 06/17/2018 - 07:42 Permalink

Since when, comrade, capitalism has nothing to do with Immigration. Corporations move money around the world, they don`t need you to move. Why is it you walk into a walmart in the US and everything in that store, is not made in the US. In fact the they do not like Immigration, as it creates crime in a place they live in. Its the globalists that push Imagination, and they could not be called capitalist by any means.

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MoralsAreEssential AlaricBalth Sat, 06/16/2018 - 15:02 Permalink

To Mars or Antarctica if becoming suddenly "dead."  These senior satanic forces like Merkel are using delaying actions even though they're "not winning."  I read something about May being gone pretty soon also.  However, IMHO even though "compromises" have been made about pure evil practices, behind the scenes the practices will continue by those above any law, aka, Bloodlines, and they will come up with "pristine" new evil practitioners who will play the same satanist games while 75% of the Public are totally clueless as they are now about the most heinous practices of those they would think well of who do, in fact, RULE.  My basic belief in other than some cosmetic changes to settle down the Serfs is because the win for the Rothschilds and their corporate minions, royals, religions, Bloodlines is they now have China, as slated, to rise as the West did for centuries.  Who will stop them with AI-controlled populations who just don't Get It?

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Chris2 Tony 12-Letters Sun, 06/17/2018 - 01:03 Permalink

Yeah they waited until the train is 2 seconds before impact before they dumped this satanic commie bitch.

Merkel is a Jew, close set eyes and big ears.

French Prez Emmanuel Macron has the the biggest Jew nose ever.

Europe is Jewish, they have been breeding with these cretins for centuries.

Jews had to spread their satanic blood in the heart of Christendom.

Lucky for us we were far away and closed the doors to these devils for 200 yrs.

Jesus Christ even the presidents daughter is a convert to the synagogue of Satan.

America is last chance saloon.

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TheGardener gigadeath Sat, 06/16/2018 - 15:15 Permalink

Guy has got a point : Chancellorette for life coming to an end.

Under her reign democracy and traditions are now about as strong as in Ukraine before the US instigated and financed coup there . Traditional society all but dismembered in full tradition of the Weimar Republic and the re-education state of affairs in wont of a disgraceful name in full swing.

Handing over to an unapologetic new left radical generation seems to be the least of their pains. How much self hate does it take to fuck up your race/place/nation for all it is worth ?

At least under Schroeder , Germany was briefly united from the far left to the far right against warmongering and hate of Bush and his neocon cum national socialists (cue HHH `s book). Merkel went to Washington for a lap dance on Bush for her credentials as an opposition leader , never worried about public opinion, always executing what was on her minders mind.



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wolf pup macholatte Sat, 06/16/2018 - 14:17 Permalink

I can’t anymore. 

Lou Dobbs is a fantastic and fiesty grandpa who’s dealing with health issues of late and yet remains as a white hot, glittery eyed stalwart against all things Deep State and DC. I love that old guy. He hates Paul Ryan with wild abandon; he gives it to those Congressmen who dare to guest on his show, and he’s never wrong and with an ultra dry wit I enjoy. 

Luke Rosniak being a rare journo whose prose is read with a foreknowledge that it won’t be tainted with opinion and steering a dumbed readership. 

Thanks. :-)

This is as galling as it gets.. and just another bomb set off against the citizenry in the ongoing war.

I’d never hated, truly hated a group of people in my life until now. I didn’t know what it feels like to feel such a corrosive thing, and I hate these shits more than I have the bile to explain. 


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Chris2 Pollygotacracker Sun, 06/17/2018 - 01:08 Permalink

I love him too, have for decades. He knew the endgame, he told the retards and they refused to understand it.

Zero immigration, tariffs, make American, buy American. Bomb Mexican cartels, build a wall shoot anyone who walks in. Fold the empire take care of Americans not illegals. All these homeless people and they say "where will we get the money?" Let me show you the money, ILLEGALS sucking up resources and Americans living in tents you fools.

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edotabin charlewar Sun, 06/17/2018 - 01:01 Permalink

Yeah Ribbentrop.... Love the secret protocols he signed with the USSR about partitioning Europe. Asses.

I always wondered why the Soviet Onion invaded Finland like that in 1939. In searching for the answer I came across the secret protocols and it all made sense. Ironically, the secret protocols (signed while signing the non-aggression treaty between Germany and USSR) are also one of the primary reasons the Onion fell part. The Baltic states relied heavily on the secret protocols to make their case to Gorbachev for independence. Many things were pointing to the dissolution of the USSR at that time and the Baltic states wanted out anyway but the revelation of these protocols (and the Kremlin's failed attempts to deny their existence) went a long way in shaping the outcome.

If you are so inclined:



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