From the page: "This is such a senseless and hysterical debate.
Germany is going against time, or how are the european countries going to keep their social states(not to mention state pensions) without immigration and with the minimal birthrate they´re having? Germany´s politicians should know better as a third of their country´s population is already over 60 years old.
This is purely demagogy and populism, something the region I´m from (Latin America) has seen in excess and therefore we know exactly the risk of abusing it. I cannot believe that a country with a history like Germany is playing like these with fire, fueling people´s fears and resentment while they happily dismantle the social state to save money for the next Banks bailout.
I wonder how far they have to go before we start seeing "concerned citizens" paramilitary groups beating up immigrants as it´s happening already in many regions of Eastern Europe where nationalism, xenophobia and racism had grown well beyond governments control.
Germany has to set aside their anachronistic cultural barriers and politicians should encourage and help building a respectful multicultural society where everyone has its place, regardless of their trade, faith or the language they choose to speak at home. Other countries such as the US, Australia or Canada have successfully done this and I don´t see them "abolishing themselves". "