Angela Merkel is the soon-to-be-former chancellor of Germany. When she finally departs, she will leave behind more than sixteen years’ worth of expanded cultural enrichment as her lasting legacy.
The following piece from PolitikStube reports on an analysis of Merkel’s tenure by László Földi, as broadcast on Hungarian state TV. I’ve put out the word to the Magyars, so if we’re lucky we may get a subtitled version of the original video.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating the article:
“Refugees” — Hungary’s ex-head of the secret service: “Merkel harmed Germany more than Hitler”
The Hungarians really do not mince their words. They openly address the problems and, if need be, they put their fingers in the wound. One such Hungarian is the ex-secret service chief László Földi, who dismantled Merkel’s chancellorship in a talk show on the TV channel M5 and made a statement that can only be made abroad (with impunity).
Euronews: With the “opening of the German borders for refugees” Angela Merkel has done more damage to the country than Hitler, László Földi rumbled on the Hungarian state television on Sunday. The former head of the Hungarian secret service is not at a loss for any provocation.
On the day of the general election, talk guests on the “Commentator Club” — a broadcast on the Hungarian public television channel M5 — analyzed the events and talked about Merkel’s 16-year chancellorship. László Földi was invited as an expert on security policy.
Földi, a regular on public television, said the last creative force in Germany was Helmut Kohl. He described Merkel as a “destructive force” that “has used up everything that her predecessors built.”
According to the former intelligence officer, Germany is the real driving force in Europe, and therefore Merkel did not have to create anything new; she just maintained the level. However, she wasn’t able to do even this, and only dismantled Germany’s position.