It’s no secret that most Muslim immigrants to the West want no part of integration/ assimilation into the country that took them in. In fact, they have created parallel societies, often called ‘No Go Zones’ in several European cities, with the goal of keeping themselves and their culture separated from the general population. But rather than force Muslim invaders to assimilate, the Merkel government is doing just the opposite.
Germany has begun indoctrinating school children with Islam propaganda in the classroom, with German history text books (funded by radical Islamic states like Qatar and Saudi Arabia) spreading the idea that Islam is superior to all other religions, while devoting only one or two pages to all other religions combined.
German school system preparing its students for their inevitable future.
— BasedPoland (@BasedPoland) April 25, 2020
Apparently, the above scenario is a reaction to the controversial statements made by Germany’s Interior Minister, Horst Seehofer, in 2018, when he declared that “Islam is not part of Germany” and set off a political storm. He also said that migration is the “mother of all problems.”
Sagar Media Inc Asked by the top-selling Bild daily whether the influx of Muslim migrants and asylum seekers to Europe´s top economy meant that Islam now belonged to the fabric of the nation, Horst Seehofer replied “no”.
“Islam is not part of Germany. Christianity has shaped Germany including Sunday as a day of rest, church holidays, and rituals such as Easter, Pentecost and Christmas,” he said. “The Muslims who live among us are part of Germany. But that of course does not mean that we, out of a false sense of deference, should sacrifice our traditions and customs.”
It is precisely the roughly 3 million Turkish immigrants living in Germany who, according to studies by the Berlin Institute for Population and Development, are less effectively integrated on average than other immigrant groups. They are more likely than others to be poorly educated, underpaid and unemployed.
Germany´s Muslim community is estimated to be around 5 million, with 1.5 million invading the country in 2015.
Chancellor Angela Merkel Merkel, at odds with her interior minister, has come down firmly on the side of inclusion, repeatedly stating that Islam and Muslims belonged in Germany, and vocally defending the stance at the height of the refugee influx.