Friday, September 20, 2019

Germany: Meet Marla (14)

Hat tip Gates of Vienna, Vlad Tepes and Nash Montana

While the Democrats in the US House of Representatives are dragging in teenage girls to testify about climate change in Congress, including one girl from Sweden (!), who thinks she's a modern day Pippi Longstocking, in Germany, a teenage girl speaks out about a real problem-the dangers posed by open borders.

The German town of Cottbus has had more than its share of issues with migrants and asylum-seekers recently. Last month, a 14-year-old girl named Marla publicly spoke about her fears. She described what it is like for a 14-year-old German girl who is afraid to walk around in her own home town.

Of course, the problems of girls like Marla are lost on the Angela Merkels of Germany and other European countries. They ignore the rape statistics. They ignore the murder statistics. They ignore the terror attacks and the growing Islamization of their societies. Together they crush politicians and governments who try to stop the flow. (Witness recent events in Italy.)

If Europe wants to save itself, its leaders need to start listening to the Marlas of their countries.

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