FED UP WITH MUSLIM ‘REFUGEES’: Send Merkel to Siberia and bring Putin to Berlin
Many residents of the eastern German state of Saxony are convinced that the only person capable of saving their country from political chaos, the refugee influx and their “corrupt, anti-popular government” is Russian President Putin; actually taking to the streets while chanting an invitation for him to come.
Every Monday evening in Dresden, the capital of the the eastern German state of Saxony, thousands gather in front of the city’s Opera House mostly in protest of the German government’s refugee policies.
However, recently there are not only German flags being waved, also, somewhat surprisingly, there are plenty of Russian tricolors as well. There are lots of banners on display clearly signaling that the Dresdeners would gladly exchange their Chancellor Angela Merkel for Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to the German Die Welt correspondent Michael Pilz.
Among most popular are: “Peace with Russia — No More War in Europe” and “1945: The Russians Are Coming — 2015: Russians, Please Come.”
Another popular chant is “Putin – to Berlin, Merkel – to Siberia”. As the newspaper explains, the slogan reveals not only the political preferences of the Saxonians, but the former place of work of the Russian president.
It is already a well-known fact that Vladimir Putin’s career as a KGB officer included a five-year term in Dresden.
However, the relationship between Russia and Saxony was not always very friendly. Back in the times of the German Democratic Republic (1949-1990), commonly known as Eastern Germany, the Saxonians did not favor the Soviet Union, which was considered the “occupying power.”
Back in 1979 one Dresdener reportedly sent a letter to Eastern Germany TV, saying
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