Germany: Merkel Coalition Collapsing, Possible New Elections on the Horizon

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
November 20, 2017

Problem, Mama Merkel?

This is what happens when you put a woman in charge. Merkel has a simple job to do: destroy Germany forever. Yet she can’t even manage that without screwing up. Imagine how badly she’d be doing if she was supposed to actually manage the country effectively.

Now, while her supposedly “conservative” CDU party won the election, they didn’t get anywhere near a majority, and so they have to form a ruling coalition to actually get anything done. And she’s now shown to be incapable of bringing this coalition together, as they all disagree on the best methodology to be used in said destruction of Germany.

There’s a very real possibility that this will lead to another election, as otherwise she would be in a situation where all government action would be subject to negotiations with the various parties, and this is considered an untenable situation in most normal countries – unlike in the USA, where this is the normal state of affair.

Washington Post:

German Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged early Monday to maintain stability after the Free Democratic Party pulled out of talks on forming a new government with her conservative bloc and the left-leaning Greens, raising the possibility of new elections.

As much as I love seeing this hag in trouble, it’s hard to feel sympathy for Germans at this point. They elected her four freaking times in a row, even after she invited the entire third-world to come live in Germany at their expense. This is completely insane behavior.

Well, at least the semi-cucked AfD got a massive boost in their share of the vote. But they should have won – hands down.

Merkel told reporters that the parties had been close to reaching a consensus on how to proceed with formal coalition talks but that the Free Democrats decided abruptly to pull out just before midnight Sunday — a move she said she respected, but found “regrettable.”

She said she would consult with Germany’s president later in the day to brief him on the negotiations and discuss what comes next.

Without bringing the Free Democrats back to the table, Merkel will be forced to try to continue her current governing coalition with the Social Democrats, although that center-left party has said it will not do so, or she could try to form a minority government, which was seen as unlikely. Otherwise Germany will have to hold new elections.

Needless to say, no one is suggesting bringing in AfD into the coalition.

Suggesting Germans could make more babies instead of bringing in brown people is just beyond the pale, after all.

“It is at least a day of deep reflection on how to go forward in Germany,” Merkel said. “But I will do everything possible to ensure that this country will be well led through these difficult weeks.”

Merkel’s conservative Christian Democrats and sister Bavaria-only Christian Social Union, the pro-business Free Democrats and the left-leaning Greens had already blown past Merkel’s own deadline of Thursday to agree on a basis for opening formal negotiations on a coalition of all four parties, a configuration that has never been tried at a national level in Germany.

Key sticking points were the issues of migration and climate change.

Yeah, so basically, some of these parties prefer to destroy Germany by dismantling their whole industrial infrastructure because of “muh global warming,” while others are pushing to accelerate the Islamification even faster than Merkel is comfortable with by bringing in the whole extended families of the rapefugees already there.

Which is the better option? Well, while bringing back Germany to a stone age level in order to eliminate CO2 emissions would certainly do the trick in the short term, Germany’s complete, permanent destruction can only be assured by making the country brown and Moslem. After all, you can come back from economic collapse, but not from demographic replacement. But I can see why they’d have arguments about this.

Merkel disgusted by the future of Germany. Why? Not enough mosques.

It doesn’t seem likely that AfD or some other nationalist party would do dramatically better if the elections were to be held again sometimes soon, so there’s probably not much to be excited for. Unless a massive amount of electoral fraud was responsible for these results, and they wouldn’t have the time to organize it again under such short notice. But that’s just speculation, of course.

Ultimately, I just enjoy seeing this hateful hag in hot waters.