German students are often told in their history lessons that the governance of German chancellors of the Federal Republic of Germany was inspired by a particular “vision” or “mission”.
In this way, Konrad Adenauer is said to have made the decision to bound West-Germany to the West instead of pursuing a policy which aimed at the reunification of the divided country after WW2 – known in German as the Westbindung.
Willy Brandt is said to have pursued a policy of understanding with the communist East and was known for his waiver of eastern German territories under Polish and Soviet occupation, while Helmut Kohl stood out as the chancellor of the reunification.
What will Angela Merkel be famous for? That question has already been answered: She stands for the opening of borders, the massive influx of migrants, for political instability and for the deep split in German society.
Merkel transformed her own party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) which once used to have a strong conservative wing, into a hyperliberal organisation which seemed to exist especially the last years for one and only purpose: To support, protect and ensure Angela Merkel’s chancellorship.
She neutralized any competition in the party, threw overboard the remains of conservative tenets for the sake of transformation into a “modern urban party”.
Foreign relations under her rule resulted in a dead end. Germany has been stuck in its conflict with Russia ever since the war in Ukraine, while EU sanctions against Moscow harm German industry. A German chancellor should instead have taken the lead to stop that nefarious development. She could have done it, but she did not want to.
She felt much closer to her American masters then to the interests of the nation she governs. Thus Merkel allowed terrorist groups in Syria to benefit from German tax payers money. The result of this catastrophic mistake, was the migrant wave.
In Europe she became the martinet of the EU. She tried to force Eastern European countries into supporting her migration policy but found in Hungary’s prime minister Victor Orban an opponent.
Angela Merkel stands for a deformed, a mutated and degenerated Germany, a Germany without a Germans but populated with those “who have lived there for a long time” – by which she means ethnic Germans – and those “who just came here”.
Her vision is one of a Germany which is in reality a central European territory with a colorful and weird mix of peoples and ethnicities, a territory without any specific values except the credo of “tolerance”. A territory where any collective identity is deconstructed and seen as “harmful for peaceful togetherness“.
In other words: Merkel, who has been praised by mainstream media as the very lofty-sounding Weltkanzlerin, or the “World’s Chancellor”, will leave behind a political debris field. Her successor will be kept busy with cleaning up the mess made by her.
The future does not look very promising, however. All those mentioned as potential candidates for the position of the chancellor, share her views. Merkel stands not just for herself but for a whole political system she established. This system of subservience to globalism will also exist after she leaves office.