German judges: Merkel can go to court for breaking constitution by opening borders for million refugees without asking parliament

Merkels crime is apparently that she let in a million migrants and refugees and opened Germany’s borders without asking the parliament. Will we some day see Merkel in a court – in some kind of modern day NA?rnberg Process?

Via The Local:

“Chancellor Angela Merkel overstepped her constitutional powers by letting over a million refugees into the country, one of Germanya��s most senior former judges has said.

a�?Going it alone was an act of self-empowerment,a�? Michael Bertrams, who was president of North Rhine-Westphaliaa��s constitutional court from 1994 to 2013, wrote in the KA�lnischer Stadt Anzeiger on Wednesday.

Merkela��s policy of opening Germanya��s doors to refugees was a�?full of empathy but lacking in a plan,a�? the ex-judge said.

All substantial decisions in a democracy lie in the hands of the peoplea��s chosen representatives, he argues, pointing out that the constitutional court had decided that the parliament has the last word on decisions over whether the German army is sent to war.

a�?If the military mission in Mali could only go ahead with the permission of the parliament, then it is certainly necessary when we are talking about taking in hundreds of thousands of refugees,a�? the judge writes.

Bertrams is the second constitutional judge to criticize Merkela��s refugee policy in a matter of days, after Udi Di Fabio announced on Tuesday that Bavaria has a right to take the government to court over its open-door policy. …

The judge said in the report that the government is obliged to secure Germanya��s borders and to control the influx of refugees, Die Welt reports.”

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  1. It’s too bad that there are so few men in Germany. If there were many men there, we would be hearing loud, prominent demands for Merkel’s resignation. The demand would be delivered with a CREDIBLE ultimatum, and so much the better if the deadline, the drop dead date, were historically significant. So, for example, the men of Germany might say, auf Deutsch, ‘Angela, resign by noon on 30 April, 2016, or else.’

    But the situation in Doitchland is very much like the 1930s. Like then, Germany is still basically just a nation of sheep, sybarites, rabble rousers, and obedient voters who need to be told what to do.

    P.S. “Braking” is how you slow down a car when approaching a stop sign, but ‘breaking’ is what you do with sticks and other scraps of wood to make kindling for a fire. And if you believe that “All substantial decisions in a democracy” should be “in the hands of the people’s chosen representatives”, then you, too, deserve to be overrun by Muhammadist colonizers.

  2. I should have added ‘secularists’ and ‘leftist low lives’ to that list, to close any gaps between sheep and rabble rousers.

  3. DEMOCRACY: rule according to administrative districts, each of which is called a deme and from which representatives are sent to a central government. Democracy is not necessarily populist. Further, it’s not necessary for there to be universal suffrage, which would be perverse if it ascribes authority to the ignorant, to the superstitious, to drug addicts, to children, to criminals, and so on, as do most contemporary populist systems.

    ANTHROPOCRACY: rule by the people, by hoi polloi. In other words, majoritarianism, ochlocracy, mob rule, etc.

  4. This vile twisted whore is the greatest danger to Deutschland!! She needs to be removed from office asap!!

  5. Indeed, and take her other NWO colleagues such as Cameron with her. Repeal a couple of laws and hang them both for treason. Incidentally the judge has no judgement, she didn’t do this through empathy, she did it because she wants mass moslem studs to service the European females, whether they like it or not.

  6. That IMF prediction exceeds the numbers forecasted by the European Union, Britain’s Telegraph reported Wednesday.

    The international agency warned of difficulties the newcomers face in finding work due to language barriers and job qualifications.

    “International experience with economic immigrants suggests that migrants have lower employment rates and wages than natives, though these differences diminish over time,” the IMF said in a statement quoted by the Telegraph.

    “Slow integration reflects factors such as lack of language skills and transferable job qualifications, as well as barriers to job search,” the IMF added.

    The IMF also expressed concern that migrants could take away local jobs, especially given high unemployment rates in some areas, Britain’s Daily Mail noted. The agency recommended easing travel restrictions on migrants to allow them to find jobs.

    An IMF study is to be formally presented this week at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, the Daily Mail reported.

    A German newspaper reported Wednesday that 200 migrants had sued the German government over delays in processing their asylum applications which in turn thwarted their efforts to seek public assistance and jobs.

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