A DIE WELT journalist has claimed that Angela Merkel will preside over a crumbling country that faces an uncertain economic future.While today's SPD endorsement of a grand coalition will likely see Angela Merkel return to power, a prominent German journalist claims the country will be stuck "at a standstill". This afternoon, the SPD gave its lukewarm approval of a renewed Angela Merkel-led "grand coalition" regime, more than four months after Germans voted in the election. The absence of Germany on the European stage has gifted Emmanuel Macron the chance to lead the EU, as seen in his visit to Britain this week.Speaking on the BBC's Dateline programme, Thomas Kielinger, of Die Welt, commented that Germany needs to lead Europe to maintain its economy. He said: "If Merkel was a business, it would be time to issue a profit warning. Germany is at a standstill and nobody seems to want to govern anymore. "I'm afraid a strong Germany will not emerge anytime soon. It will not be in a position to represent the country as a whole." The BBC panel remarked on the complacency that had set it within German leadership. Mina Al Oraibi, from The National, added: "After a while, these economic structures will start to erode. "The instability means no long-term decisions can be made."French journalist Marc Roche claimed that the regional divides in Germany will also see the country distracted by internal matters. He said: "Germany is crumbling regionally. Europe has to deal with Brexit, refugees, the crisis in the eurozone, Poland. "It's an urgent matter but Germany is blocked and will continue to be blocked. "It is required that Germany steps up for a leadership role in the EU, its economy demands it "You can’t take the benefits of the EU economy but leave the business of Europe to others."
Sunday, January 21, 2018
French president Emmanuel Macron has made a shock admission that the French public would “probably” vote to leave the European Union if given the chance in a referendum.
Under the previous deselected Austrian government: Secret anti-terrorist exercises -- Asylum seekers filmed diligently!
The Innsbruck building complex "Heim am Hofgarten", once reserved for senior citizens, has recently become a "hotspot" in a double sense: on the one hand, it is crammed full of asylum seekers, and on the other hand, specialists from the Ministry of the Interior (BMI) regularly carry out anti-terrorist missions in this particular building. The "protection seekers", who usually have modern mobile phones, watch the spectacular anti-amok training sessions with great interest: Officers are closely watched, photographed and filmed as they climb facades and rehearse the overpowering of terrorists with police attacks. According to the "Tyrolean Social Services", the refugees are, at least in part, Illegals who have been caught freshly at the Brenner. So they are people of whom it is not even known exactly who they are. According to the sign at the entrance, the Executive Board openly announces when it will complete its operational training in this building, namely on Tuesdays from 8 am to 6 pm.