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Friday, June 30, 2017

Burka Merkel dares to slam Trump

Germany has no-go zones for police that are patrolled by the sharia police as Angela Merkel -- the worst chancellor since Hitler -- sells her nation's people and heritage out.

Naturally, she thinks the plant nutrient carbon dioxide is a bigger threat.



The science challenged chancellor said: "Since the withdrawal of the U.S. [from the Paris climate accord], we’re more determined than ever that this be a success. We can't wait for the last man on Earth to be convinced by the scientific evidence for climate change."

Burka Merkel bought into the scientific hoax just like politicians bought into phrenology 200 years ago.

The idea that scientists can be wrong never enters the mind of the socialist, and those who sick up to them.

Trump has not specifically dismissed the debunked theory -- not one single prediction in 40 years (going back to when it was called global cooling) have come true.

But hey, believe what you want.

Germany is a free country.

For now.

From Arutz Sheva:
A court in Germany has authorized a group of self-appointed Sharia police to continue enforcing Islamic law in the city of Wuppertal. The law they were cleared of vioilating outlaws uniforms that are threatening, such as those of Hitler's brownshirts.
The issue has been brewing ever since 2014, when German politicians reacted strongly to reports of young Salafists conducting nightly "Sharia police" patrols in the city, ordering people to stop various activities, according to the International Business Times.
The men were photographed wearing orange hi-visibility jackets emblazoned with the words "Sharia police" on the back.
They reportedly approached passersby near nightclubs and gambling houses to deter them from un-islamic activities such as drinking alcohol and gambling.
Yes, let's ban drinking in Germany.


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10 comments:

  1. Brown shirts, orange shirts. What's a color? Back to dolls and Barney.

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  2. According to a trucker I know, Dearborn, MI is a no go for police.
    But since the media hasn't told us that, it can't be true, right. /sarc

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  3. According to a trucker I know, Dearborn, MI is a no go for police.
    But since the media hasn't told us that, it can't be true, right. /sarc

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  4. "The science challenged chancellor"

    Merkel has a doctorate in physical chemistry and worked very briefly as a researcher. That doesn't mean she understands the many different branches of science that are implicated in the study of the earth's climate, any more than is true of fully credentialed scientists who have no expertise in the field of climatology, but at least she has received some training in science.

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    1. It may have been presented to her, but she round-filed it.

      She's throwing the Germans under the Islamic bus.

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  5. Merkel does not have kids or grandkids. She could care less about our future.

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    1. Bingo. As are a lot of those eu idiots.

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  6. What are Merkel's long term ... or perhaps medium term ... plans?

    A helicopter to the coast, and a submarine to South America?

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  7. Merkel shut down the nuclear plants in Germany because she was afraid of earthquakes and tsunami's, just like in Japan, in her northern European country. What was the actual science behind that?

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  8. Now, now. She is right. Think of how much better off Germany would be if she personally had not produced any carbon dioxide in the last 40 years or so? Right?

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