A famous German author criticized his country’s open borders immigration policy, asserting, “while respecting other cultures, I would still like to keep my own.”
Award winning writer and physician, Uwe Tellkamp made the comments during an interview with Süddeutsche Zeitung in which he expressed concern about Germany’s demographic future in light of mass migration.
Tellkamp, who lived under communist rule in the former East Germany, asserted that he isn’t xenophobic, but that “while respecting other cultures, I would still like to keep my own.”
“I don’t want to be like Frankfurt, I don’t want to see the situation in Frankfurt,” said Tellkamp, referring to the German city where a majority of the population are not native Germans.
The author also complained that the media had unfairly smeared Pegida members who protested against mass migration as Nazis and extremists.
Tellkamp previously signed the Joint Statement 2018, which declared, “We observe the damage done to Germany by illegal mass immigration with growing discontent. We declare our solidarity with those who are peacefully rallying for the restoration of the constitutional order at the borders of our country.”
He also pointed out that the vast majority of “refugees” arriving in the country were not genuine refugees.
“Most [refugees] are not trying to escape war and prosecution but come [to Germany] to migrate into the social support system, more than 95 percent,” said Tellkamp.
Earlier this month, we reported on the comments of Canadian sociologist and political commentator Mathieu Bock-Côté, who insisted that mass immigration has weakened social cohesion and created cultural conflict.
A study by academics at the University of Copenhagen found that ethnic diversity has a negative impact on communities because it erodes trust.
Seeking to answer whether “continued immigration and corresponding growing ethnic diversity” was having a positive impact on community cohesion, the study found the opposite to be the case.
As we highlighted last month, German media outlets responded to violent riots in Sweden mainly involving Muslim migrants by claiming the unrest occurred as a result of “right-wing demos.”
Left-wing Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson responded to the unrest by acknowledging that integration has failed and that mass migration has created parallel societies and gang violence.
Her comments were echoed by Belgian leftist leader Conner Rousseau, who said when he drove through migrant-heavy suburbs like Molenbeek he didn’t feel like he was in Belgium anymore.
Another wonderful feature of Europe’s cultural enrichment was exemplified again last week when a boat migrant from Tunisia raped an English woman in the middle of the street in the Port district of Nice, France.
“France has seen a dramatic increase in rapes and sexual assaults in recent years,” reports ReMix News.
“In countries across Europe, data shows that migrants are vastly overrepresented in sex crimes, including in Germany, Finland, Sweden, and Italy.”
But remember, diversity is a strength!
by Paul Joseph Watson
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