An official from the Bavarian town of Landshut has threatened to send buses of the illegal alien migrants directly to the doorstep of the German Federal Chancellery in Berlin if she tries to have more than 1,800 Muslim asylum seekers settled in his area.
Sputnik News “If Germany takes one million+ refugees, then mathematically 1,800 should be sent to my district,” Peter Dreier, head of the Landshut administration, reportedly told Merkel. “I will take them, but any more I will send by bus to the Chancellery in Berlin,” said Dreier, who took the phone number of a Chancellery official and promised to give a day’s notice before sending the buses.
Sputnik News Merkel’s ‘open doors’ policy that precipitated one of the greatest mass exoduses in modern times has led to a serious rift between her CDU party, its sister organization, the CSU (Christian Social Union) — led by Horst Seehofer, and Minister-President of Bavaria and their coalition partner, the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) led by Sigmar Gabriel.
Merkel, Seehofer and Gabriel failed to find agreement over her handling of the refugee crisis in talks on Sunday, with the Bavarian leader threatening “consequences” if Merkel did not take serious action over the crisis and agree to put a cap on the number of refugees Germany is prepared to take in. Gabriel, meanwhile, is threatening to pull ministers out of the coalition which would plunge the German Government into chaos.
If Merkel fails to find agreement this week, the strong woman of Europe and her powerbase will be seriously threatened and could lead to the demise of the European Union. Several countries in Eastern Europe are against her refugee policy and Europe is deeply divided on her calls for refugees to be allocated to each country on a quota basis.
Bavaria’s Premier Horst Seehofer and his cabinet have called for “emergency measures”, including the rejection of asylum applications filed directly on the German border, threatening to impose their “own warranted procedures” if Merkel didn’t implement changes on a federal level.