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    More Than Half Of Germans Want To Leave The Country For A "More Stable Political . .

    More Than Half Of Germans Want To Leave The Country For A "More Stable Political Situation"
    19 Oct 2018

    "More than half of Germans living under Merkel's open-border regime want to leave their homeland, according to Die Welt, citing a YouGov survey commissioned by financial services provider Transferwise.

    It was conducted between September 19 and 21, and included 2109 adults who were asked the following questions;

    Would you like to live abroad sometime (outside Germany)?

    Compared to two years ago - is it more or less likely that you will live abroad, or is there no difference?

    Which of the following are reasons why you want to move abroad? (Multiple answers possible).

    Approximately 1/3 of the respondents say they would like to leave forever, while thirteen percent said that they would prefer to leave for two to five years. Nine percent would stay away for no more than a year."

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    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...ical-situation

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    Re: More Than Half Of Germans Want To Leave The Country For A "More Stable Political

    In the end, there is no political solution...The only thing we can do is be strong in Jesus and he'll get us through day by day.

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    Leaving is a normal response. The education system has programmed the modern generation of Germans like in the USA. With or without the open borders. Low birth rates, police state policies, lack of respect for their race is and will be enforced by people educated in a improper way.

    Perfect or not. Remember Craig Cobb in North Dakota. The area was mostly white. How quite and cowardly can you be to avoid stupidity or lack of respect for Yahweh. Germans want to live in a politically stable place where people are properly educated concerning their race and people(very normal).. Something the USA or Germany lacks because of the education system for one thing. Without a education system have do you learn to built any town or country to live.

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    Re: More Than Half Of Germans Want To Leave The Country For A "More Stable Political

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    In the end, there is no political solution...The only thing we can do is be strong in Jesus and he'll get us through day by day.
    I couldn't have put it better myself.

    People in "Eye-Den-Dee" will always agree that there is no political solution, but still talk about potential political solutions. Amazing really.

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    Sad to see.

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    In Germany as well as much of Western Europe the adulteration of its culture and its people has been going on for a long time. They have no one to blame but themselves. Likewise here in America we are at a crossroads and if we do not humble ourselves before the one true God and obey his ordanices on such matters we too will suffer a similar fate.
    No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day. John 6:44

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