A former German general warns that his country is going to become an Islamic country if they don’t stop mass immigration of Muslims – but they have already said they won’t

Gerd Schutze-Rhonhof, a former major-general, commented on the proposed migration pact of the U.N. which is supposed to be passed in December.

“The central issue of mass migration isn’t solved. With all the attempts to make migration across state border more humane, civilised and to steer it in general doesn’t solve the main problem of Germany, which is simultaneously irregular mass migration of the future,” Schutze-Rhonhof said.

He then continued, “without putting a stop to the frequent mass migration from African and Islamic nations it is foreseeable that the population of Germany will become mostly African and Islamic in two generations. The selling out of the German social system would be completed.”

In his eyes the unwillingness to deport rejected asylum seekers is another key factor. In fact DW reported on this earlier this year. Half of the refugees, who are to be deported simply go into hiding. 618.000 refugees in total had their applications rejected according to the Central Register of Foreigners.

The general is in no way exaggerating. We are already seeing major cities where native Germans have become the minority like in Frankfurt. Oddly enough with this diversity, or enrichment as the left would call it, crime seems to follow.

Frankfurt for example was the ‘crime capital‘ again. Crimes totalled 14,864 per 100,000 inhabitants. Hannover and Berlin both with high migrant populations followed in second and third place with 14,616 and 14,558 crimes per 100,000 inhabitants respectively.

Even schools have called for help with repeat religious bullying by Muslim children of children of other faiths. Schools in other cities like Halle have even complained about classrooms with 100 percent migrant children. German is a foreign language in these classrooms and teaching becomes nearly impossible.

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