High Traitor German Chancellor Merkel Is Panicking Because The German People Have Turned Against Her So She Is Now Saying She Will Punish Refugees Who Do Not Assimilate


By Andrew Bieszad on April 15, 2016 in General

Another case of too little, too late.

Now it is true there are many people who caused this “refugee” invasion and who need to face a long term in prison for their treason. Merkel is one of them- she is one of the most outspoken and public faces who not only allowed for this crisis to happen, but then doubled down and began prosecuting her own people for disagreeing with her and then censoring the horrendous rapes, violence, and anti-social behavior these “refugees” bring with them in order to justify her suicidal actions.

Some people say that murder is a capital crime and should be punished as such- what is to be said for a person who may have been able to rape and murder an entire, 2000+ years old civilization in the name of some ephemeral ideas about “tolerance” and “diversity?”

Merkel belongs in jail for life at the very least for what she has done. 

As Wikipedia notes under the definition of “high treason“:

High treason is criminal disloyalty to one’s government. Participating in a war against one’s native country, attempting to overthrow its government, spying on its military, its diplomats, or its secret services for a hostile and foreign power, or attempting to kill its head of state are perhaps the best known examples of high treason. High treason requires that the alleged traitor have obligations of loyalty in the state he or she betrayed, but this will usually be satisfied by being present in the state at the time of the offence, or being a citizen of the state if abroad. Foreign spies, assassins, and saboteurs, though not suffering the dishonor associated with conviction for high treason, may still be tried and punished judicially for acts of espionage, assassination, or sabotage, though in contemporary times, foreign spies are usually repatriated in exchange for spies of the mentioned nation held by another nation. High treason is considered a very serious – often the most serious possible – crime, by the civil authorities. A conviction, by a Canadian court, for high treason, results in a mandatory life sentence (albeit with the possibility of parole after 25 years).