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What’s Going on With The Once Beautiful Germany?

Posted by addisethiopia on April 27, 2017

Jezebel = Yodit = Merkel

10th Century A.D – Ethiopia had its Jezebel, Yodit Gudit ( Judith). Yodit and her Syric pagan husband waged a terrible war against the great Christian Axum. The fall of the Aksumite kingdom of Ethiopia toward the end of the 10th century A.D. was attributed to this woman who invaded from the south. This queen is said to have laid waste to the city of Aksum and the countryside, destroyed churches and monuments, burned most of the monasteries of the 9 Saints that came from Byzantine or Eastern Roman Empire to Ethiopia. (two or three of these Saints came from that province of Syria). Her family originated from the Christianity resisting in the Nile provinces of Damot.

Age of Empires II: The African Kingdoms (Yodit)

Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings is a real-time strategy (RTS) video game developed by Ensemble Studios and published by Microsoft

A second expansion pack for Age of Empires II HD was announced on April 9, 2015, and released on November 5. The African Kingdoms introduces four new civilizations: the Berbers, Ethiopians, Malians, and the Portuguese.

21st Century A.DGermany has got its own Jezebel

The Plague is there: When I saw the following mindbogglingly unbelievabel stories, I asked myself, „What the hell is going on over there?„ Even though the guy doesn’t look like a Syrian, and is unable to speak Arabic, German authorities granted him asyulm. His German background somehow went unnoticed. Are they serious!?Are these folks unable to deferentiate between a German and a Syrian? It is hard to express one’s contempt for the evil politicians who simply accept everyone as a refugee if they simply say they are Syrians.

1. A German Soldier Who Led A “double Life” Pretending To Be A Syrian Refugee Has Been Arrested On Suspicion He Planned A Gun Attack With Racist Motives, Prosecutors Said Thursday.

The 28-year-old suspect, who was not identified, was thought to have a “xenophobic background”, they said.

The Die Welt daily just reported he may have plotted to pin the blame for an attack on foreigners.

The case involved a joint police operation across Germany, France and Austria with raids on 16 locations, prosecutors in Frankfurt said in a statement.

Police arrested the soldier – a lieutenant usually stationed on a Franco-German military base near Strasbourg – in the southern German city of Hammelburg on Wednesday.

The same day they also arrested a second German man, a 24-year-old student and alleged co-conspirator in possession of flares and other objects that breach weapons and explosives laws.

The lieutenant had been temporarily detained by Austrian police in February at Vienna airport when he tried to retrieve a loaded, unregistered handgun he had hidden in a toilet there a few days earlier.

This sparked an investigation that threw up an even bigger surprise: the suspect had in December 2015 created a false identity as a Syrian refugee.

He led “a double life”, said a prosecution spokeswoman about what she called an unprecedented and “extraordinary” case.

2. Thousands’ of Former Taliban Fighters May Have Entered Germany

Germany’s Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) has confessed it is dealing with a “four-digit number” of migrants with declared links to the Taliban, potentially endangering neighbouring countries such as France.

According to a Der Spiegel report, German federal prosecutors are currently investigating at least 70 Afghans, although is unclear whether they are all suspected of links to the Islamist group.

3. Migrant Crime In Germany Rises By 50 Per Cent, New Figures Show

Report finds rising instances of violent offenses in nation hit hard by refugee crisis

he number of migrants suspected of crimes in Germany rose by more than 50 percent in 2016, while violent and sexual crimes also increased significantly from the previous year, statistics released by Germany’s Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt) show.

There were 174,438 migrant criminal suspects in Germany in 2016, an increase of 52.7 percent from 2015, according to the Polizeiliche Kriminalstatistik (PKS) 2016 Report.

And while migrants account for, at most, 2 percent of the population, according to German newspaper Die Welt, the report shows that 174,438 migrant suspects made up over 8 percent of all criminal suspects.

The report is a damning testament to the legacy of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s self-inflicted migrant crisis in Germany. The section “Non-German suspects by nationality in total criminal offenses” reveals that nearly half — 48 percent — of those suspects are from Muslim countries. Of the 174,438 suspected criminal migrants, 60,367 were from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq.

4. The Murder That Shocked Germany – And Why Its Leaders Are Still In Denial Over Migrant Crisis

Geopolitical Expert George Friedman Called Germany “a Vulnerable, Insecure Country” In A Bubble That Could Pop Anytime.

 

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