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Finally Germany Starts To Fight Back
The tide is turning; also this morning, Horst Seehofer of the Bavarian CSU gave a blistering speech attacking the head-in-the-sand government and Merkel's leadership in Berlin.
We've had the Arab Spring, will this be the German Summer?
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"It is time to bring in a new generation." His plan is to ensure that French law takes precedence over Islamic law for Muslims living in the country.
'The plan, as currently conceived, is vague and short on details, but appears to involve three broad pillars: determining who will represent Muslims in France; delineating how Islam in France will be financed; and defining how imams in France will be trained.
French President Emmanuel Macron, in a declared effort to "fight fundamentalism" and "preserve national cohesion," has promised to "lay the groundwork for the entire reorganization of Islam in France."
According to Macron, the plan, similar in ambition to Austria's Islam Law, is aimed at seeking to "better integrate" Islam in France in order to "place it in a more peaceful relationship with the state."
A key priority is to reduce outside interference by restricting foreign funding for mosques, imams and Muslim organisations in France. The plan's overall objective is to ensure that French law takes precedence over Islamic law for Muslims living in the country.'
It is not only the German media that is stifled, all those who dare to speak up or report on are stifled.
Laws have been brought in, people have lost their jobs for daring to speak of the problems we now see.
We are even told that they are not all the same, some are radicals and the majority peaceful, which may be correct but there is no way to separate them since it is proven that out of the majority of peaceful ones come the radicals.
The examples are endless, but taking last night's coverage by anti-
Brexit Sky News, of Boris' speech, they showed four vox pop interviews, each one denigrating it, followed by a studio interview with one of their 'specialist' reporters who spoke like wise.
Not the slightest attempt (regardless of the speech's content) to give another point of view.