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German Government Responsible For Berlin Terror Attack- Parliamentary Meeting Reveals

from Boiling Frogs Post:

Newsbud examines new information on the timeline and the suspect of the Berlin Christmas Market Attack. The attack raises questions about the security failures in preventing the terror attack despite knowing full well that the suspect was a ticking time bomb. Join Spiro Skouras and Christoph Germann to discuss Newsbud’s exclusive article ‘The Anis Amri Timeline: How German Authorities Allowed a Well-Known Terrorist Suspect to Strike Berlin’

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2 comments to German Government Responsible For Berlin Terror Attack- Parliamentary Meeting Reveals

  • f16hoser

    Dummkoph Germans will always reelect Merkel.

    • Ed_B

      Maybe. But some local and regional politicians whom she supported have not only lost their elections but have lost BIG-TIME. Her party is taking major heat for importing a couple of million so-called “refugees”, the vast majority of which are recruiting age males. Make no mistake… this IS an invasion. Just because there are tragedies in the world does not mean that it is up to Western nations to bear the cost of bringing vast numbers of “refugees” into their countries. Other nations in the EU have also paid a high price for this same kind of social engineering. None of the suggested benefits can justify bringing in a lot of criminals into any nation who then go on to commit crimes that hurt and kill the citizens of those countries. It was for this reason that ancient Rome did not import a lot of barbarians into their country for centuries. Other countries were similar in this. When finally they did, it did not go any better for them than this FUBAR Syrian “refugee” fiasco is going today.

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