Chancellor Merkel, with her idiotic open immigration policy, is on the way to destroying her own country. No wonder there are ugly protests, portraying the nation's leader in distinctly uncharitable ways. She deserves all the derision that is being piled on her.
Here's an example of what her policies have wrought. It is an example that other western nations should heed.
Dortmund, Germany, residents were shocked to see the Woolworths branch’s Yuletide selection, which included gifts, tree decorations, and chocolate Santas, was removed after just a few days on display.
One shopper reported that the entire Christmas range was on display on Friday, but had disappeared when she visited the next day. The Dortmund resident said when she arrived at Woolworths on Saturday she was greeted by “empty shelves, which had been full the day before”.
A member of staff explained the sudden withdrawal boasting, “We are a Muslim business, we don’t want to sell Christmas articles”.
It's easy to initially get upset with Woolworths, but on closer examination, it is a bit difficult to expect a store to stock merchandise virtually no one wants because there are few Christians left in the area around the store.
Seda Capakcur, the branch’s manager, confirmed festive items were no longer being sold at the store.
“The Christmas articles are hardly in demand here. Already last year, everything remained unsold”, she told reporters.
News about the Dortmund Woolworths went viral, prompting the company’s head office to make a statement on the controversy.
Spokesman Diana Preisert said: “Woolworths is, of course, not a Muslim company. Christmas merchandise is available from September onwards and should be sold out by the end of December.
“In this branch, however, demand was too low. Therefore the goods were distributed to other branches.”
She added that few customers now celebrate Christmas in the area, citing “local conditions”, to describe how the store’s surrounding locale is now mostly Muslim as a result of mass immigration.
Mrs. Merkel needs to be retired. And her policies need to be repudiated — and not just in Germany.
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