French blood on her hands?
On September 3, 2015, when Angela Merkel made that historic call to Austria's chancellor to ask him to send all the stuck refugees from the Hungarian border to Germany, a poorly controlled mass migration turned into an immigration nightmare.
From that point on, countries around Germany no longer resisted (aside from Hungary) and just waved all migrants through, put them on busses and moved them to the next country who would move them to the next country, until they ended up in Germany.

With no time for proper registration many migrants managed to pick their favorite destination spot in Europe.

Apparently some ISIS terrorists managed to get from Greece to Paris hidden as a "refugee". See Breitbart News link.

Just a few days before the Paris attack, another man from the Balkans was stopped by German police and he is accused of  being a member of the group who murdered over 120 people in Paris.

Merkel has always resisted fencing the border, yet all she needed to do was to call Austria and tell her counterpart that future buses with refugees would be stopped and turned back. Austria would respond in kind on its outer borders. Eventually Europe would end up with a fence around its outer border like Hungary, making it much harder for anyone including ISIS to travel to their next target.

Despite the travel of ISIS terrorists through Germany Merkel is making no attempts to close the border. Does she think ISIS will never attack Germany? All it takes is one burned copy of the Holy Koran or one story that alleges mistreatment of Muslims in Germany for these people to kill, maim and destroy.

How many more lives need to be wasted before common sense enters back into German politics?  How much longer will other European leaders tolerate her dictatorial edicts?

German Police Intercepted Car With Eight AK-47s, Grenades, TNT, Paris Programmed Into Satnav


German police are scrambling to discover whether they inadvertently prevented another Islamist from joining the Paris massacre, after they arrested a man driving with a significant cache of weapons heading to Paris.

The arrest took place on Thursday the 5th, when during a routine inspection police investigated a car driven by a 51-year-old Montenegrin man as he drove west on the major Autobahn-8 road, shortly after crossing the border from Austria. When officers found two handguns and a grenade under the bonnet of the car, the search intensified, and they soon discovered a significant hidden arsenal.

Also secreted about the car behind panels were eight Kalashnikov assault rifles with ammunition, several handguns, two hand grenades, and 200 grams of TNT, reports Bayerischer Rundfunk.

The car wasn’t only being driven west. Bavarian interior minister Joachim Herrmann has confirmed that based on “the data of the man’s [GPS] navigation system, and his cell phone there is strong evidence that the man wanted to go to France”. German media have reported he specifically had Paris programmed into his sat-nav.

The Bavarian prime minister Horst Seehofer confirmed German security services believe the arrested individual may have been related to the terror cell who killed over 120 across Paris on Friday evening.

From the moment he was arrested the suspect has maintained total silence and hasn’t even taken a lawyer, reports German police will now be under pressure if it transpires they failed to gather intelligence from the suspect that could have helped French terror police foil last night’s attacks in Paris.

Austrian paper Die Kronen Zeitung reports the very foundations of the European free movement Schengen area will be shaken by the arrest. The suspect drove 500 miles from the Balkans, crossed the European Union’s frontier into the Schengen zone and then drove another 300 miles within the EU without being detected.

The shocking revelation comes at a time where weapons, and particularly grenades flow freely from the Balkans into Western Europe and nations across the continent are under unprecedented pressure to close their borders in the face of the migrant crisis, and Islamist terrorism.

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