Translation by Nash Montana, and subtitling by Vlad Tepes. Thx for the good work!
It should be noted that as recently as August of this year, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière, upon stating that up to 800,000 people could request asylum in the country by the end of the year, boasted "This is a challenge for us all. We all need to make an effort. But the burden is not too heavy for Germany. We will take care of it."
Given Mr. Wendt's assertions that the tsunami of refugees currently flooding Germany was well expected, as early as a year ago, De Maizières' statements are not only ridiculous, but immoral. And now that it has become clear that the number of 800,000 (1 per cent of the German population) is expected to rise to an astonishing 1.5 MILLION BY THE END OF THE YEAR..., the question should be asked whether De Maizière AND German Chancellor Angela Merkel can even stay on their posts.
Merkel especially will be forever remembered as the person who set the floodgates wide open, when in early September, barely five weeks ago, she meant to profile herself as morally superior by stating that "the right to asylum has no upper limits". Untold thousands of "refugees" in the Middle East did not need to hear more to start packing for Germany. A fool could have foreseen the disasters this blank check would lead to, but not Madam Merkel.
Despite Germany's considerable economic prowess, it is NOT capable of taking in asylum seekers at this rate. At some point, the system will crack. For now, too many Germans are still being fooled by Germany's notorious Luegenpresse, but I expect that by the end of november the ordinary German, no matter how far out in the country he lives, will no longer be capable to ignore the catastrophic mayhem caused by this islamic invasion. For that is what it is.