- This is Germany, one week into the year of 2017

 
- This is Germany, one week into the year of 2017
GERMANY -- German television journalist Claus Strunz, has a weekly fixture on a morning program on the broadcaster Satellite 1, in which he discusses different topics.

This time he lashes out against politicians and society after the terrorist attack in Berlin in December, when they did not lay down wreaths or light any candles afterwards, they made no appeals, did not held a state funeral, and they did not demonstrate against terrorism - in total denial after 12 people were mowed down and killed at a Christmas market in the capital.

The Germans are losing control, and terrorist can now plan attacks undisturbed, despite the authorities knowing that something is up. Women are afraid to walk the streets but cannot say it or criticise the situation, because then they are labeled "racist," like anyone else criticising the ongoing craziness.

This is Germany, one week into the year of 2017," he says in the video, how will it look in 2027?



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