Merkel, along with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, secretly agreed to accept 150,000 to 250,000 Syrian migrants directly from Turkey into Europe each year, according to the German newspaper Die Welt. Merkel, Rutte and Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu reached an understanding on the number through a “gentleman’s agreement,” Die Welt reported, and they did not reveal this number to their fellow European leaders or the public.
Merkel’s desire to import such a large number of Syrian refugees was most likely driven by a practical desire to replace native Germans in a couple of ways.
“They want to replace the German work force with a cheaper model,” he declared. “This is part of the globalist plan to redistribute wealth and increase corporate profits on the backs of the middle-class worker in the West, who is replaced in the manufacturing realm with workers from the Third World.
“Secondly, Germany has an economic problem of its own making, that being a declining population. This relates to a decline in spirituality in a post-Christian society. Abortion and extreme family planning measures, drug and alcohol addictions and sterile homosexual unions have all been embraced in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and other areas of Western Europe. This leads to extremely low birth rates and a need for more immigrants to prop up the economy. The fertility rates of European countries are dismally low, down to 1.5 to 1.7 children per woman – that’s less than replacement. A nation cannot sustain itself indefinitely with a birth rate below 2 children per woman.”
The present influx of Middle Eastern migrants threatens the very future of the entire European continent.
“If Merkel and the establishment are not removed from power, Europe as we know it will cease to exist within 10 to 20 years,” Hohmann warned. “In fact, several high-profile European leaders, most recently Archbishop Carlo Liberati of Pompeii, has said Europe will be Islamic within 10 years. The reason is simple: Mass migration from the Middle East and Africa into Europe combined with the low birthrate of European families.”