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Lionel Baland
Lionel Baland

Location: Belgium

Specialization: Euroscepticism, Patriotic parties of Europe

People in East Germany are Protesting Merkel’s Mass Migration because They Tasted Dictatorship Before

Interview with Michael Mannheimer

Michael Mannheimer is the pseudonym of a conservative anti-islamisation journalist, writer, speaker and blogger in Germany. His blog is one of the most widely read German political websites. Michael travelled a lot and visited almost one hundred countries around the world. He wrote more than 300 articles against national-socialism. He lives in a city in Baden-Württemberg.

The 9/11 attacks in the USA was a very important marking point in his life:  he started becoming aware about the particularly dangerous nature of islamisation.

Lionel Baland: Why do you use a pseudonym and why do you refuse to say in which city you live?

Michael Mannheimer: I am under pressure and I am persecuted. I am often physically attacked. I get a lot of death threats from leftists and from Muslims. I was in trouble with the justice system because I was accused of promoting hatred of Muslims. The state of Baden-Württemberg - situated in the South of Germany - where I live,  is very islamicised.

In addition to your articles in your blog, do you publish elsewhere?

I publish first and foremost in my blog. It is one of the most widely read political Internet sites in the German language. But I also write for the very famous anti-islamisation in Germany  website, PI-News.

Along with Michael Stürzenberger who is fights in Munich against the installation of a big Islamic center?

Yes, Michael Stürzenberger is a hero

Why is there a strong mobilization in the Eastern part of the country – for example by PEGIDA and as was seen by demonstrations in Dresden – where communism existed before, and there is a low participation in the Western part?

The former communist German Democratic Republic (GDR) was a state almost without foreigners. In the Western part, they have had many foreigners for 40 years. Moreover, in the East, the people still have in their mouths the bitter taste of the dictatorship.

What can we think about the sexual attacks on a massive scale committed by men from Muslim countries against German women in Cologne (Köln) on New Year's Eve?

These events are the element that opened the eyes of the population. It is the “German 9/11”. The mainstream media that tried  - using all possible means - to hide the facts, didn’t reach their target and finally had to drop the ball. The CDU Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel uses smoke and mirrors and tries to put the people to sleep.

Why is the political system trying to impose mass immigration?

They are different possibilities:

  • The realization of a new world order without borders in which the people mix and mingle and finally are all the same with similar tastes and don’t develop any specific national, regional or local particularities anymore. If they are no more races, there is not more racism.
  • The neo-Marxist attempt to establish a Marxist system by destroying the moral structures, the Church and the family.
  • The large corporations don’t need these foreigners in Germany because most of them are poorly-skilled.
  • USA wants this mass immigration to reach Europe because it weakens one of their contenders. The United States wants to flood Europe with refugees. It can lead to a world war.

Is the situation very serious?

Islam was not so dangerous in the past as now. We are currently facing the third great wave of Muslim attacks against Europe. The first one drove the invasion of the Iberian Peninsula and was stopped in Poitiers in France. The second one was carried out by the Ottoman Empire through the Balkans and was stopped at the gates of Vienna in Austria.

How do you see the future?

They are different possibilities: a civil war; a military putsch against Angela Merkel; the government’s repression of the people and shooting them; Germany becoming an Islamic Republic.

History has not yet been written and everything is possible.

Did Angela Merkel decide by herself to open the gates of the country to migrants and refugees or was this decision imposed on her by other people?

We cannot know and we can only speculate about this topic. The possibility that she was forced to do it is purely a political speculation, but if really is the case, then Angela Merkel has to say it to the public that this open borders policy is being imposed on her, or that she will resign rather than agree to submit herself to it.

Angela Merkel worked at the time of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) for the Stasi (Ministry for State Security), the political police of the regime. Her code name was IM Erika (IM means Informal collaborator).

How did she succeed to climb up so fast inside the German political system?

After the fall of the communism, the leader of the CDU and the Chancellor of Germany Helmut Kohl needed to push ahead people from the East of the country.

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