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German city uses one tonne heavy concrete Christmas trees to counter jihad terror attacks

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What was the holiday season is now the season of terror. Thank you, Angela Merkel.

All the while, it is our mores and grand traditions that are under attack (violently and culturally) from these savage invaders. Beloved traditions such as Christmas markets, July 14 fireworks at Versailles, music festivals in Sweden and music festivals in Germany are now canceled. This Christmas market in Bautzen wasn’t canceled, but it is under siege, surrounded by massive concrete Christmas trees designed to stop vehicular jihad attacks. Germans better get used to this kind of thing, because it is their future. The Germans in Bautzen should be grateful that could hold their Christmas market at all; before too long, it will be forbidden.

“German city uses one tonne heavy concrete Christmas trees to counter terror attacks,” Voice of Europe, November 29, 2018:

As Voice of Europe reported earlier, Germany’s Christmas markets are rapidly changing and will probably never be the same again.

This year the Christmas market in Bautzen will have its anti-terror upgrade. One tonne heavy concrete Christmas trees will be installed as barriers to prevent vehicular attacks.

“The safety of our visitors is very important to us as organisers and we cannot ignore the latent danger situation,” explains mayor Alexander Ahrens.

“And we think the protection tree solution is more elegant than setting up huge concrete blocks,” he adds. But the twelve concrete near the market are controversial for the Greens, a far-left German party.

“For me, this is completely superfluous actionism.” “This is fear mongering for Bautzen as no security warnings of the authorities are known of,” says councillor Claus Gruhl (59) of the Greens….

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