Sunday, 25 October 2015

The head of the German Federal Police Trade Union, Rainer Wendt, said in an interview with the "Welt" daily newspaper that traffic policing has been drastically reduced in all federal states - with fatal results: the German goal of reducing the number of road deaths by 40 per cent by 2020, will clearly not be met. "The number of deaths in accidents is even increasing," said Wendt. 
The police trade unionist was even convinced that consideration would have to be given to cancelling demonstrations [because there was not enough manpower to police them]. "Now we are seeing the weaknesses of a slim state," he said critically.


  1. I would think that they might want to concern themselves with the inferior kaffir German women who are to be given to "the right hand" of the Islamic supremacist for an encounter known as a "misunderstanding."