Last week, the head of the AfD [Germany UKIP] said border guards should make use of weapons if necessary to keep
This is actually quite an extraordinary phenomenon, it occurred to me, as I watched one of these comment pieces on Tagesschau, the German equivalent of the News at Ten. Although we are used to the mass media propagandising indirectly on behalf of immigration and Islam and tarnishing European patriots as morally suspect, it would be inconceivable that the BBC, on its flagship news program, would give 3 minutes to a comment editorial explicitly telling people not to vote UKIP, or even BNP. At least some pretence of objectivity, it would be felt, had to be maintained. But not in Germany, it seems. But now comes a poll showing that one quarter of Germans support the idea of shooting unarmed "refugees" at the border.
According to an opinion poll, more than one German in four (29 per cent) considers it justified to use weapons against unarmed refugees to prevent them crossing the border. 57% consider this unjustified, 14% gave no answer. This is shown in poll by the opinion polling organisation YouGov.Source