Der Chancellor Merkel is warning of war to those countries that do not lay down and surrender to the Muslim invasion. Ironically, Merkel invoked the Balkan wars in the 90s, in which the US (Clinton) and NATO took the wrong side.
Referencing the bloody conflicts in the former state of Yugoslavia, Merkel said: “I do not want military conflicts to become necessary there again.” That’s a threat.
GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned of fresh conflicts in Eastern Europe if countries fail to properly manage the refugee crisis.
Ms Merkel said Balkan states could be plunged back into war – the first time since the 1990s – if Germany closed its border with Austria.
She told members of her conservative Christian Democratic Union party that erecting a fence to stem the unrelenting flow of migrants would “lead to a backlash”.
Referencing the bloody conflicts in the former state of Yugoslavia, she said: “I do not want military conflicts to become necessary there again.”
The German leader, giving a speech in Darmstadt, southern Germany, said barbed wire fences along the borders of Hungary and Serbia “will build up fault lines” and threatens to provoke new tensions.
Slovenia has become the latest country to consider erecting a barrier along its frontier.
Prime minister Miro Cerar said his country would not close down its borders but would use “technical obstacles” to control the influx.
He said this could include a border fence “if necessary”.
He added that if Germany and Austria limit the number of migrants arriving at their borders, Slovenia would have to act because it would face “an uncontrollable number of migrants”.
Migrants turned to Slovenia last month after Hungary closed its border with Croatia.
“I want people in Germany to be able to say in a few years ‘they did it well, and we were able to manage it,” she said.
Finland is also facing increasing tensions between ethnic Finns and asylum-seekers.
Interior minister Petteri Orpo said migration posed the biggest security threat to the Nordic country.
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.