Merkel Attacks America
Merkel sat down with Obama, the man she calls a friend and with whom she shares the same political wavelength and then met with Donald Trump.
The German leader Angelia Merkel then attacked America in a speech today calling on European nations to rely more on themselves. That is not good news for Europe considering Merkel has overseen the mass influx of refugees, the collapse of the Euro and an out of control ISIS threat. She created such a debacle the UK left the EU and many other countries may follow.
She said she got this feeling after meeting world leaders at the recently concluded G7 summit in Italy, she did not name Trump but the inference is clear.
Unlike Obama, Trump did not fit in to the socialistic, open border, big government European part of the G7.
“The times in which we could completely depend on others are on the way out. I’ve experienced that in the last few days,” she told the crowd Sunday, a day after attending the G7 summit.
In her Sunday speech, Merkel said: “We Europeans must really take our destiny into our own hands, of course in friendship with the United States, in friendship with Great Britain, with good neighborly relations wherever possible, also with Russia and other countries – but we have to know that we have to fight for our future and our fate ourselves as Europeans.”
She added that good relations with France’s newly elected President Emmanuel Macron is necessary to cement European ties.
During Trump’s trip to Europe America was directly insulted by France, The Vatican and the German leader.
Merkel single handily changed the face of Europe with her continuing “open border policy” to muslim refugees. Her government attempted to cover up mass rape and assault crimes committed by her refugees, she has forced austerity on millions, and expanded the size of government in the EU to massive proportions.
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