What will Angela Merkel’s legacy in Germany and abroad be?

With the onslaught of Islamic extremists, many analysts believe that Merkle has led Europe's cultural suicide. And that they are beyond the point of no return.

How quickly we forget -- "Never Again" at dachau (Taylor)

CHARLOTTE, NC, August 28, 2017 – With German elections just a few weeks away, one question, regardless of the outcome, may be how history will judge Chancellor Angela Merkel.

From one perspective it could be said that for the third time in the past 100 years, Germany has influenced global alliances to the extreme. Though the current question does not involve a shooting war as with World Wars I and II, it does have significant implications regarding Middle Eastern and African migrants which have poured into the country.

France, Germany shaken new terror attacks

Initially, Merkel’s intentions might have been good as a supplement to a declining German workforce while offering a compassionate source of refuge for displaced Muslims. Unfortunately, adding a million more people to the population, a group that largely refuses to assimilate into German society and culture, has proven to be a good idea that didn’t work.

Merkel’s biggest problem lies in her stubbornness to admit she may have miscalculated her decision to accept so many refugees so quickly. Not only could that decision cost her the election, but it might also define her legacy as chancellor in a negative light.

Since the Islamic invasion began, Germany has been one of the several European countries gripped by the throes of increased terrorism. England and France have been most affected by the growing migrant population, but now other European nations are also beginning to feel the tension of potential threats.

The most recent attacks on German civilians took place in Hamburg in July of last year when a 17-year-old knife and an ax-wielding refugee from Afghanistan who slashed five passengers on a train near Wurzburg. Following his attack, the teenager fled the train and attacked a German woman on the street before being killed by the police.

A week later, another refugee detonated a backpack near a bar in Ansbach wounding 15 people. The 27 year old Syrian ISIS loyalist gave himself up to authorities.

In December, using a motorized vehicle, the current weapon du jour for terrorists, a Tunisian man drove a truck into the Berlin Christmas Market killing 12 people.

Despite these incidents, Merkel continues to stick to her policies.

With such embedded determination by its leaders, the public response, as always, has been candlelight vigils and floral displays honoring the victims, but accomplishing little else.

Perhaps Merkel’s economic plan is to increase German GDP by enticing its entrepreneurial citizens to open flower and candle shops.

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For Merkel, as well as French President Emanuel Macron and other Scandinavian leaders, political correctness and multiculturalism reign supreme despite the increasing number of deaths resulting from terrorist activities.

Many analysts believe that Europe has already passed the point of no return and has committed cultural suicide. By refusing to rebuild a declining Judeo-Christian ethic while focusing on providing a safe haven for Islamic ideals, many experts claim that Europe has lost its moral compass.

Warnings have been issued time and again by numerous Islamic authorities saying that the current Muslim invasion is designed to conquer and destroy the continent.

In 2002, Serbian-American author Serge Trifkovic wrote “The Sword of the Prophet” in which he described the impact of history and theology on the world, focusing with particular emphasis on Islam.

Trifkovic agrees with the concept that Germany is once again having an major impact on Europe and the world when he writes,

“Not for the first time the government of Germany is acting as if it owned Europe. On two occasions in the 20th century it sought to occupy most of Europe; this time, with almost equal arrogance, it is trying to bully the rest of Europe into not resisting the ongoing Muslim occupation.”

Sculpture at Dachau was meant to be a reminder, but does it mean that history repeats itself? (Taylor)

In the former concentration camp at Dachau just outside of Munich, there is a sculpture featuring the images of charred bodies with a simple two word message below that reads, “Never again.”

Though certainly not another Hitler, Merkel’s policies could historically have much the same impact if not checked. The chancellor is using Germany’s influence to redistribute migrants throughout the continent by using a system endorsed by the EU capital in Brussels.

Consider that it was Hitler’s goal to rid the world of Jews. By continuing to adhere to her relentless appeasement of Islamic migrants into her country and Europe, Angela Merkel is, for all intents, completing the job which Adolf Hitler began by endorsing Islamic control and power to eliminate non-believers.

Next month’s German election could be the determining factor as to whether Europe survives.

About the Author: Bob Taylor is a veteran writer who has traveled throughout the world. Taylor was an award winning television producer/reporter/anchor before focusing on writing about international events, people and cultures around the globe.

Taylor is founder of The Magellan Travel Club (www.MagellanTravelClub.com)

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