Merkel insists on European solution for refugee crisis

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Grandma Merkel is up to her neck in problems and they are not going to get better. The biggest mistake she made was taking in low IQ individuals, who have no chance of fitting in with the mainstream culture. Most of the refugees coming in are not even Syrian; they are terrorists pretending to be Syrian. The real solution to the problem was simple.  Germany with the rest of Europe should have stood up to American and told them to take a hike when they floated the idea of regime change in Syria.  The war is all about pipelines. Qatar wanted to build a pipeline that would go through Syria to transport its gas to Europe, Syrian refused and hence the wars started.  Syria instead agreed to build a pipeline in conjunction with Iran and this angered the Sunni Arabs in the Middle East even more.  Long story short it has nothing to do with Assad other than his refusal to bend over for the blood-thirsty government in Qatar.

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Qatar’s plans were first put forward in 2009 and involved building a pipeline from the Persian Gulf via Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria and Turkey.

The gas field located 3000 metres below the floor of the Persian Gulf is the largest natural gas field in the world. Qatar owns about two-thirds of the resource but can’t capitalise on it fully because it relies on tankers to deliver it to other countries and this makes its gas more expensive than Russia’s.

It was hoped the pipeline would provide cheaper access to Europe but Syrian President Bashar al Assad refused to give permission for the pipeline to go through his territory. Some believe Russia pressured him to reject the pipeline to safeguard its own business. Full story

With their plans thwarted they turned to the top terrorist organization in the world, the U.S government and asked for their help and that is how the idea of regime change came into being. Now that Russia has stepped in the regime change concept is over and Russia, Iran, and Syria will now control all the energy pipelines that lead to Europe.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel addresses the Christian Social Union (CSU) meeting in the southern Bavarian resort of Wildbad Kreuth near Munich, Germany, January 20, 2016. [Photo/Agencies] BERLIN — German Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed on Wednesday that a European solution was needed to resolve the current refugee crisis despite calls for capping refugee influx from her own…

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