This is not surprising. They’ve been told day in and day out that opposition to jihad terror and Merkel’s suicidal policies regarding Muslim migrants is “neo-Nazi.” Of course they’re more concerned about climate chimeras than about jihad reality. Merkel is taking Germany quietly into the darkness. Future generations of free Germans, if there are any, will remember her as the destroyer of their people.
“More Germans fear climate change than terrorism, poll shows,” The Local, August 1, 2017 (thanks to Rick):
A new survey ahead of the national election in September shows Germans are more concerned about the future state of the environment than they are about more headline-grabbing topics like terrorism or the refugee crisis.
The survey released on Tuesday conducted by research group Kantar Emnid Institute on behalf of publishing group Funke Mediengruppe found that 71 percent of respondents said they were most personally concerned about climate change. This worry ranked higher than the possibility of new wars, listed by 65 percent of survey participants, and also above terror attacks, listed by 63 percent.
Crime was noted as a worry by 62 percent of the 1,000 participants surveyed, who were able to list more than one fear.
Less than half of those polled (45 percent) said they were anxious about the immigration of refugees into the country, while the lowest concern was unemployment (33 percent)….
The fact that most of those polled did show concern for security issues like wars, crime and terrorist attacks could have an implication for how people ultimately vote in September, Schneider-Haase added.
“Security topics play a big role. This pertains to external, internal and social security,” said Schneider-Haase.
The analyst also noted that because Merkel’s conservative Union parties of the CDU and CSU are considered competent in the area of security, this makes them “well-positioned” for the German parliament (Bundestag) election on September 24th. Therefore Merkel herself has an advantage over her most serious challenger, centre-left SPD leader Martin Schulz….