So Time Magazine has announced that the fascist chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, is to be their person of the year.
Yes, Angela Merkel, the shrunken-apple head fuhrer whose unilateral and undemocratic decision to open up all of europe to unlimited third-world migration so that her wealthy patrons can have ever cheaper labor, has certainly made her a political leader with an impact. I note that not only does Ms. Merkel not intend to make any personal sacrifices herself to this end, she was previously just fine with the Greek people starving to death in order to placate the big central banks. So we can rule out compassion as any sort of motivator for the new German Iron Chancellor.
One notes that this opening up of borders has coincided with a plan by her to eliminate the minimum wage. The two go together: having enough surplus labor to drive wages down to 2 euros/hour won't make much profit if it is illegal to pay less than 10 euros/hour, will it?
Cheap labor über alles!
Fascist? The word is chronically over-used, but as she has asserted absolute authority over the demographics of europe - not just Germany - insisting that its population be massively increased and made wahhabist muslim, without any consultation with or concern for the people themselves, is surely dictatorial and yes I would think that fascist is an appropriate label.
It was in 1938 that Time Magazine named Adolph Hitler as the man of the year.
Karl Marx was wrong about many things, but he got one thing right. History does repeat, the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce.