Once was Germany By Richard Miller


Germany is gone, and the good German men who do nothing, have let it all happen, choosing to enjoy the dubious comforts of the consumer society. Here is an update on the Great Replacement in Germany, to be replicated across the West:


“The people are everyone who lives in this country.” — Chancellor Angela Merkel, February 2017

“We’ve been arguing for too long whether our country is a country of immigration. The fact is that immigration is taking place because we’ve asked people time and again to come. . . . And yet, simply recognizing that we are a country of immigration is not enough. Action has to be taken by the state, which has the responsibility to organize society so that we can live together.” — President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, August 2018


In 2015, 2.1 million immigrants came to Germany, most of them young men from Syria, Kosovo, Albania, Afghanistan, Iraq, and North Africa. According to official sources, by July 2020, the Federal Republic of Germany had 11.23 million foreign-passport holders: 12.5 percent of its population. In addition, according to Statista, more than 11 million German passport holders have a foreign background. That means the number of foreigners is now 21.58 million, or 26 percent of the population. It took barely 20,000 Englishmen to subjugate India, about 2,500 Spaniards to dismantle the Aztec Empire, and only a few shiploads of convicts to civilize Australia.

How could it come to this? The Germans lost both World Wars, and in the 1940s, the victors occupied the country. After East and West Germany unified in 1990, the nation gradually turned into an American semi-colony, politically, militarily, and culturally. During the Second German Reich, women averaged two to five children. Citizens considered family, marriage, and motherhood sacred. But decades of “family planning,” birth control, and anti-natalist propaganda have cut the nation’s fertility.

Post-war Germany also saw an exodus of women: Tens of thousands of German women married foreign soldiers and moved abroad. The war also left Germany with a shortage of young men, so from 1955 to 1973, its government invited massive waves of Gastarbeiter (guest laborers) from Italy, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Morocco, Tunisia, and Yugoslavia. Most of them never went home, and became German citizens.

With generous loans from the United States, West Germany’s economy recovered from the war, but not its population. By 1977, the country had one of the lowest birthrates in the world, similar to those of the Japanese and the Italians, the two other losers of World War II: 1.4 children per German woman.

Over the course of the following decades, the number of German births halved, from 1.3 million newborns in 1965 to 682,000 in 2013. A constant “brain drain” — the emigration of the best and brightest — was a problem in both East and West Germany. There have also been over 100,000 abortions a year since 1996. Between 1900 and 2020, the world population increased from 1.6 billion to 8 billion, while the German population – excluding its 21.58 million foreigners – fell from 80 million in 1940 to 61 million today.

Immigrants have more children than Germans. By 2015, 30 percent of the children in Germany under age five had a foreign background. In major cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, and Munich, 50 percent were foreign. In 2018, Bild reported that in Berlin, the most popular name for male newborns was Mohammed.

Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), the state broadcaster, announced, “The demographic figures show with sober mercilessness: The Germans are dying out” and tweeted, “There is no racism against whites.” Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany’s state-owned international broadcaster, reported that “in 2060 the [immigrant] share of metropolitan areas could be 70 percent.” Martin Schulz, a Social Democrat, said that is nothing to worry about: “What the refugees bring to us is more valuable than gold.”

Markus Söder, a leading Christian Democrat, informed his talk-show audience that “Islam was part of Bavaria!” and EU-parliamentarian Vural Öger predicted: “In the year 2100 there will be 35 million Turks in Germany. The population of Germans will then be around 20 million.” In 2017, a young leftist politician asked for “anti-German” film recommendations on Facebook, specifically “basically everything where Germans die.” Another female politician, Hamburg Parliamentarian Stefanie von Berg, proclaimed, “in 20, 30 years there will no longer be a [German] majority in our city . . . That is a good thing!”

In 2008, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Turks living in Europe that “assimilation is a crime against humanity.” A Turkish parents’ association in Hamburg called the Germans “Köterrasse” (a race of dogs). Celebrities, NGOs, and members of Islamic interest groups make similar comments. As the Turkish-German Deniz Yücel put it: “The speedy departure of the Germans is a beautiful Völkersterben [the death of a people].”

Germans can snitch on their politically incorrect fellow citizens through various websites. Berliners can go to Berliner-register.de to report “discriminatory incidents,” including the “structural” ones that happen “in all walks of life.” The Mobile Counsel against Right-wing Extremism’s website (available in Turkish):

 . . . offers advice and support for everybody engaged against right-wing extremism and in fostering democracy in Berlin. We assist you with any issues that might arise when dealing with racist, anti-Semitic or other inhuman forms of discrimination. We help you to help yourselves on-site: prompt, competent, and confidential.

At Das Versteck Spiel, (Hide and Seek) Germans can learn how to identify the “codes and symbols” of “extremists.” You can volunteer for “anti-fascist demonstrations” through the Berlin Gegen Nazis website (also available in Turkish), and KOP Berlin lets you tattle on police for racial profiling. The Amadeu Antonio Foundation, named after an Angolan and headed by former Stasi informant Anetta Kahane, patrols the internet for “right-wing extremism.” Fear of racism, being associated with racists, or being labeled a racist is everywhere. So much so that storefronts, unprompted, put up signs that read, “Respect! No place for racism.” Innkeepers and restaurateurs proudly announce their refusal to serve “Nazis,” by which they mean the immigration control party AfD. Meanwhile, city hallslabor unions, and hotels decry scourge of racism. Even ver.di [sic], the country’s second largest trade union, wants its two million members to inform on each others’ political views.”

This is a country that is too far gone. It will be interesting to see what happens to the economy when the new migrants start to run it. The elites may find a slight drop in their profits. That will be tragic. Collapse will be salvation.



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