From my point of view, the one-sided and unsanctioned revocation of international laws, such as the Dublin Regulation, by Mrs. Merkel was wrong. It would have been better for her to seek a solution together with the other European countries, and to end the neo-liberalization, neo-feudalization and neo-colonialization by TIPP, CETA, TiSA and other market-radical exploitation tools and to advocate fair taxation for value-added processes, etc. This would solve the cause of the problem.
The outcomes of Merkel's politics on migration as well as the ensuing massive problems with migrants in the EU have reached a level that calls for fast and bold measures. In this context I would like to recommend the speech regarding the challenges of the migration crisis by Rainer Wendt, Federal Chairman of the German Police Union. Please scroll down to watch the speech.
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