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Sahra Wagenknecht from the German far left party Die Linke.

Leading German far left politician: ‘Merkel co-responsible for Berlin terror attack’

Published: January 7, 2017, 3:46 pm

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    Sahra Wagenknecht, parliamentary group leader of Die Linke in the German Bundestag, has criticized chancellor Angela Merkel as being “co-responsible for the Berlin terror attack” on the Breitscheidtplatz Christmas market on December 19.

    In an interview with the German Stern magazine, Wagenknecht stated: “Apart from the uncontrolled opening of the borders, the police have had to face ruinous budget cuts in the past.”

    In December last year Wagenknecht already called German foreign policy co-responsible for the strengthening of Islamist terrorism. The Leftist politician has demanded a German foreign policy which doesn’t acquiesce to “US-hegemony”.

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    • BigGaySteve

      She is probably the only one with an IQ above 90 that is responsible.

    • Eric Bligan

      She’s OK. She doesn’t like Merkel’s mass immigration policy.
      But I’m a litle worried. She and her man (same party, Oskar Lafontaine)
      embrace communism thoughts. Which really is totally outdated.

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