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    Battle Rages in Germany Over Army Deployment Against Terror

    Top political leaders in Germany are engaged in the latest version of a long-running battle this week over whether soldiers should be deployed inside Germany to support police against terrorism.

    “The Bundeswehr should not be used as a cheap reserve of personnel for the police, who perhaps have been too sharply reduced in numbers,” MP Hans-Peter Bartels, the lawmaker responsible for oversight of the military, told the Nordwest-Zeitung on Wednesday.

    Soldiers can only be deployed inside Germany on a temporary basis to aid with disasters such as floods under current constitutional rules.

    But using soldiers as a permanent supplement to the police inside Germany would be against the Constitution, and would be asking soldiers to do jobs they aren’t trained for, Bartels, a Social Democratic Party (SPD) politician, said.

    Bundeswehr troops are already “at their limit in many areas,” he added.

    German forces are currently present at sea in the Mediterranean and Aegean, off the Horn of Africa, as well as on land in Kosovo, Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, South Sudan, Mali, Liberia and Western Sahara as part of UN, NATO and EU operations.

    But conservatives from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and their Bavarian allies the Christian Social Union (CSU) have repeatedly called for the Constitution to be changed to allow soldiers to be deployed at home.

    “I think it’s important and necessary that in exceptions we can also deploy the Bundeswehr internally,” Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann of the CSU told the Münchner Merkur on Wednesday.

    He said that “emergencies” in Germany – such as terrorist attacks resembling those in Paris or Brussels in recent months – would be grounds for weakening the country’s historic division between military and police tasks.

    Source: The Local

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    There isn't a constitution in the occupation-administration in Germany. all is fake.

    there is just a people who should take matters in their hands and do what is right.

    Police will be enlarged, most likely with muslim officers, probably Turks.

    The germany army had been defunded over a long time, their equipment is old and in a sorry state. All money goes into accomodating foreigners.

    The aim is not to control foreigners but to remove them completly from german soil, for that you certainly need the army and even at the pretent-'constitution' that would be allowed.
    weel nich will dieken dej mot wieken

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