Germany Announces Overhaul Agenda to Save the Insects

In 2015, German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared that Germans had not had enough children, and there were not enough young people to work and pay the pensions of the elderly. So instead of encouraging Germans to breed more (or promoting automation?), she declared that she would replace the German people with brown people from anywhere and everywhere. She announced to the world that they could just march on in.

And march on in they did.

Germany will never be the same again. It is now simply a matter of time before the Germans are a minority in Germany, to eventually become extinct, as the brown people breed at an extreme rate and German women often prefer to breed with brown men.

The German race was not worth saving.

But you know what is worth saving?


It is the view of the German government – which is in fact an American occupation government, you might not know that – that insects are more valuable and worth preserving than German people.


Germany is planning to ban floodlights from dusk for much of the year as part of its bid to fight a dramatic decline in insect populations, it emerged Wednesday.

In a draft law seen by AFP, the country’s environment ministry has drawn up a number of new measures to protect insects, ranging from partially outlawing spotlights to increased protection of natural habitats.

“Insects play an important role in the ecosystem…but in Germany, their numbers and their diversity has severely declined in recent years,” reads the draft law, for which the ministry hopes to get cabinet approval by October.

The changes put forward in the law include stricter controls on both lighting and the use of insecticides.

Good for the insects, I suppose. It must be nice to have someone looking out for you and trying to preserve you.

I sure wish my species had that.