German Chancellor has threatened to derail Britain’s exit from the EU
Angela Merkel has proposed countries should be prepared to give up control over their borders to the European Union in another attack against Brexit.
The German Chancellor has threatened to derail Britain’s exit from the EU, suggesting that countries should be ready to make concessions in an “orderly procedure”.
German citizens are leaving the country in droves due to Merkel’s disastrous open-border regime.
The chancellor last month announced she would not seek re-election when her mandate ends in 2021 as pressure from citizens mounts over her disastrous immigration policies.
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Mrs. Merkel stated that countries who think “they can solve everything on their own” are simply nationalistic and not patriotic because they “only think about themselves.”
“Either you are one of those who believe they can solve everything on their own and only have to think about themselves. That is nationalism in its purest form.
“This is not patriotism. Because patriotism is if you include others in the German interest and accept win-win situations.”
According to the Express: The pact was agreed in July by all UN member countries except the United States and will be signed in Morocco next month.
Mrs. Merkel’s 13-year premiership has been noted for her open door migrant policy, and the comments have been seen as a thinly veiled attack on President Trump and far-right populist parties in Europe.
Meanwhile, Welt reported that French President Emmanuel Macron would be especially pleased to hear Mrs. Merkel’s impassioned statement.
Mr. Macron has visited Berlin this week and in a guest statement to the Bundestag, the German parliament, he called for a more united Europe.
During the address, he said that every country must share decision making and coordinate foreign policy, immigration and development policies with each other.
In Berlin yesterday, the two governments said they would sign a contract with Airbus and Dassault Aviation to start operating on a next-generation fighter jet in early 2019 and hope to make progress on a joint tank programme before the end of this year.
It is expected France will lead the aircraft project while Germany will spearhead the tank deal with the two countries working closely on the bilateral defense co-operation.