Merkel Party Member Tells Germans Not to Be Worried About Becoming a Minority

Merkel Party Member Tells Germans Not to Be Worried About Becoming a Minority, by Chris Tomlinson.

A member of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has penned a column telling Germans they should not be worried about becoming minorities in their cities.

CDU politician Barbara John has claimed “it is only a matter of time before people with a migration background make up the majority of the population in larger cities,” and that Germans should not be worried, in a column the 80-year-old penned for German paper Tagesspiegel this week.

Last year, Frankfurt became the first city in Germany in which native Germans are a minority and almost all the recent population growth in the country has been shown to have been driven by mass migration.

And the grandchildren of the current Germans will be bowing to Mecca or paying the dhimmi tax perhaps? In any case, it won’t be Germany any more. People are not blank slates, to be programmed by virtue of being on some national soil. Culture changes with the  people.

Who will be left to mourn the suicide of once-mighty Germany?

hat-tip Stephen Neil