Germany: 2017 election is all about Israel

Germany is Europe’s top economy and arms exporter. 80.6 million Germans are set to elect their next Chancellor on September 24. However, like Americans, it seems they have no choice but to chose among the four front-running pro-Israel, anti-Muslim immigration parties; Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU) and its Bavarian-based sister lead by Horst Lorenz Seehofer’s Christian Social Union (CSU), Martin Schult’s (Jew) Social Democratic Party (SPD), and Frauke Petri’s Alternative for Germany (AfD).

All the four leaders believe in the new Jewish religion Holocaust.

Angela Merkel running for the fourth term, was made honorary doctor of philosophy (PhD) by Tel Aviv University in 2011. She received the Wiesel Award in 2014. She leads a unified European front against Russia. Many pundits believe that if she loses European Union could be in big trouble (Toby Nwazor at HuffPost).

The main challenger to Merkel, Martin Schultz, former president of European Parliament, received his honorary PhD from Jerusalem’s Hebrew University in 2014. He claims that Germany needs to continue its support to the Zionist entity to counter antisemitism among Palestinians.

Interestingly, 2014 survey conducted by American Jewish Lobby claimed that 27% of Germans hate Jews for various reasons. That’s is three-times more than the total Palestinian population around the world.

Frauke Petri, PhD, is a Lutheran Zionist Christian but ultra-German-nationalist. She has been branded as German Trump by the German organized Jewry. However, she has told Jewish leaders that her party would look after the Jewish and Israeli interests better than other parties.

Horst Seehofer is known for his hatred toward Turkish and Arab immigrants. He had been federal cabinet minister in the past. He is against Turkey’s membership in European Union, the Judeo-Christian White Club. He is staunch supporter of the Zionist entity. Last year, as Governor of state of Bavaria, Horst Seehofer slammed Berlin over awarding a tolerance prize to CODEPINK, Women for Peace NGO which supports the so-called BDS movement.

None of the four parties are promising to improve the economic conditions of its 16% poor citizens. All of them are dangling carrot how to save Europe from Muslim invasion, help Israel to remain the only military power in the region by wiping Palestinians off the map.


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