VIDEO - Police everywhere

VIDEO - Police everywhere
On Monday Düsseldorf, like other German cities, held a traditional parade for Carnival. And also like other German cities, authorities in Düsseldorf has a great fear of terrorism, which has repeatedly struck the country after the unrestricted, paperless, and headless immigration in 2015, when the chaos in the reception system even resulted in a Chinese tourist being sent to an asylum center.

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The chaos came after ISIS early on had told the world that they planned to send 500,000 Muslim migrants over to Europe, a figure Merkel and the EU welcomed and actually doubled.

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This large influx and poor vetting, have without a doubt given more fear, crime and terrorism. Great fear, one should say.

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Basically it has turned cities into cities of fear when something even as innocent as a carnival is planned.

The following video was taken by a Düsseldorf resident who got to the parade area early so that he could record just how many police were required to keep city residents safe during Carnival.

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