If you think the illegal alien Muslim invasion of Germany is bad now, you ain’t seen nuthin’ yet. The German government led by Olaf Scholz has legislation “as good as ready” to overhaul the way the country grants citizenship to migrants, which will open the floodgates to even more Muslim freeloaders from Africa and the Middle East.
Frontpage Magazine – Daniel Greenfield (h/t Marvin W) Now Scholz intends to Islamize Germany and maintain the political power of his alliance by harnessing Muslim voters. If you thought Merkel was bad, just wait.
While Germany has taken in millions of Muslim migrants since 2015, of migrants, it still had some historical rules creating barriers to citizenship. Once Scholz brings those down, the country will really come apart.
Scholz’s coalition government — comprised of his center-left Social Democrats (SPD), the environmentalist Green Party and the neoliberal Free Democrats (FDP) — made easing citizenship rules one of the priorities in their coalition agreement.
Forget the usual tired rhetoric. SPD has cheered Islamic migration and aggressively pursued Muslim voters by proposing all sorts of measures that would accommodate Islamic sensibilities and increase their numbers. Now in power, parties that draw on Muslim voters want to Islamize Germany. Here’s a little background on what Scholz did in Hamburg.
In November 2011, the SPD-led government of Hamburg, the second-largest city in Germany, concluded a “state treaty” [Staatsvertrag] with its Muslim communities that grants Muslims broad new rights and privileges but does little to encourage their integration into German society.
The November 13 agreement, signed by Hamburg Mayor Olaf Scholz and the leaders of four Muslim umbrella groups, was praised by the proponents of multiculturalism for putting the northern port city’s estimated 200,000 Muslims on an equal footing with Christian residents.
The most controversial part of the accord involves a commitment by the city government to promote the teaching of Islam in the Hamburg public school system. The agreement grants the leaders of Hamburg’s Muslim communities a determinative say in what will be taught by allowing them to develop the teaching curriculum for Islamic studies.