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“It’s Not Safe in Germany Anymore”: German Family Flees to Russia

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The 1990 reunification of Germany combined the worst of both worlds: the terminal decadence and institutionalized, genocidal anti-White racism of West Germany and the brutal police state surveillance, repression, and Communism of the GDR (East Germany).

A GERMAN family has fled their homeland and is seeking asylum in Russia after claiming they are no longer safe in their own country. (ILLUSTRATION: Carola Griesbach, 51, and her husband Andre, 45, raced the 2300 kilometres from northern Germany)

Fleeing over the border in their VW camper van the Griesbach family told Vladimir Putin’s Government they had escaped the ‘German dictatorship’ where they could no longer raise their children.

Carola Griesbach, 51, and her husband Andre, 45, raced the 2,300 kilometres from northern Germany to Moscow’s Red Square.

Two of their daughters, Dominique and Julia, along with four of their grandchildren were also crammed into the van.

However, since arriving on New Year’s Eve in 2015, they have been stranded at a small motel in a forest outside the Russian capital.

The family have claimed their reasons for leaving the country include mass migration, the ‘early sexualisation’ of children, a lack of democracy and forced immunisation.

A couple and their children, along with their four grandchildren, fled Germany
A couple and their children, along with their four grandchildren, fled Germany

Mr Griesbach said: “People believe Germany is a democracy but it’s not.

“It’s morally corrupt and people don’t care about anything like punctuality or crime anymore. There is no society.

“Russian society is much better, and Putin is a much better example of a leader.

“The German state is corrupt, so he is much more democratic than Merkel.

“They are inviting all the immigrants over so they can stir up trouble in the country and start the war the government wants.

“No country but Germany wants so many foreigners in their country.

“The Americans’ wars, the Syrian war, Germany helps pay for all of this stupidity.”

Mrs Griesbach said she fears for her children’s future.

She said: “Everyone knows the situation in the German media, and on what the relationship between migrants and violence is. The media reports on a small part.

“It’s not safe for children or women in Germany anymore.

“The Police rarely look into cases, because they are prevented from doing so by the system or they are attacked by the so-called asylum seekers.

“But let me make it clear — we don’t have anything against asylum seekers. We have a duty to help people worse off than ourselves.”

The family fled Germany in a camper van telling Russians they are scared for their lives.
The family fled Germany in a camper van telling Russians they are scared for their lives.

Despite their long list of reasons Russia has refused to accept them as asylum seekers — claiming Germany is a ‘safe’ country.

The Griesbachs claim they have “been worried” since staging a protest against the German government outside the Bundestag [Parliament] from September to December 2013.

Since arriving in Russia’s famous Red Square, the family have been relying on the goodwill of the Russian people and legal technicalities to allow them to stay.

The Griesbachs claim the agreement between Russia and Germany to stop fighting in 1918 was not a true peace agreement, and therefore the countries are still at war.

Mr Griesbach argues Russia is therefore duty bound to protect them.

He said: “We want to stay here and work.

“We are not interested in living off the state. I’ve had plenty of people offer me work, as a farmer, or a construction worker.

“I built my own house in Germany. I could also work as a translator or a German language teacher.

“I’ll be happy to work once the Russian government lets me.

“We are really hoping we can stay. We are really free here.”

But time and funds are running out for the family who request help from local people to help them translate Russian documents.

The family want to remain in Russia but are running out of money.
The family want to remain in Russia but are running out of money

Mr Griesbach said: “As we don’t have much money left, we are relying on the goodwill of local people to help us.

“But the Russian people are unbelievably helpful. No one can beat them in this respect. We certainly would not get this kind of help from Germans, because they are far too selfish.”  …

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Source: Express

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6 Comments

  1. Gemjunior
    August 12, 2016 at 11:36 pm — Reply

    Hope Vlad lets them stay. Others will follow, and isn’t that what he wants? Didn’t he ask or Europeans to settle in Russia, and especially around East Russia by the Chinese border? (although I don’t understand why…) Germany’s gov’t is wrong for doing this to their own people, but honestly, they will continue to do it as long as the people put up with it and the police enforce it. Eventually the German police and military will catch on they are part of the people, right now they believe themselves duty-bound in a position of right, but soon they’ll see it is not that way and they are the enforcers of evil.

  2. Franklin Ryckaert
    August 13, 2016 at 12:18 am — Reply

    (although I don’t understand why…)

    Perhaps I can help you. At present Putin has good relations with China, but he thinks of the future. He knows that China secretly desires underpopulated and mineral-rich Siberia, so he wants to populate that region…with Whites. That’s why.

  3. SPQR
    August 13, 2016 at 11:54 am — Reply

    “But let me make it clear — we don’t have anything against asylum seekers. We have a duty to help people worse off than ourselves.”

    I’m guessing they’re only saying this for public consumption. This trite statement directly contradicts the reasons they left.

  4. Bruce Arney
    August 13, 2016 at 1:04 pm — Reply

    The irony of Germans looking for living space in Russia, and being encouraged to do so, is amazing.

  5. Bruce Arney
    August 13, 2016 at 1:06 pm — Reply

    South African Boer farmers would be a good addition to the Siberian frontier. A hardy group.

  6. Ernst
    August 13, 2016 at 1:12 pm — Reply

    1) I agree with SPQR´s comment
    2) To my knowledge, Moscow is awfully taken over by Uzbeks, Tajiks, etc. so I don’t think it is much better than, say, Berlin.
    3) It looks like the two young women are single moms. Not such a good example for how a white society should be, IMHO.

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