Sawsan Chebli is the daughter of Palestinian asylum seekers, and was raised in Berlin. Since her middle name is Mohammed, she has a Mohammed Coefficient of 100%, despite being a girl.
Ms. Chebli apparently has great expectations for her political career. In particular, she is reportedly aiming to become Minister of the Interior for the Bundesrepublik.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:
Chebli: First States Secretary Then Interior Minister?
In the Federal Ministry of the Interior led by Nancy Faeser (SPD), the job of State Secretary for Migration and Civil Protection is up for grabs. The SPD politician Sawsan Chebli, who is currently unemployed, is considered a hot candidate to succeed Helmut Teichmann. The job is endowed with almost €15,000 a month.
According to Bild , Chebli is even said to have “greater ambitions” to become Federal Minister of the Interior when the incumbent moves to Hesse. Faeser wants to become prime minister there. [Those poor Hessians, a “trans” Trudeau.]
Controversial, overwhelmed, embarrassing
Sawsan Chebli is controversial due to numerous statements. Most recently, the native Palestinian said: “Anti-Semitism threatens us all, it also threatens Muslims in particular.” This caused outrage on social media networks. Again and again, the 43-year-old has criticized the media when they report hatred or violence by Muslims and migrants: “The right-wing groups use this to stir up anti-Islam sentiment.” [I rather doubt that. Muslims are more than capable of doing that amicably themselves.]
Even as press spokeswoman for the then Federal Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, she was considered overwhelmed. Many of her embarrassing statements became YouTube hits at the time. Chebli applied for a Bundestag mandate before the federal elections last September, but was defeated by the former Governing Mayor Michael Müller in an internal SPD vote. After the House of Representatives elections in September 2021, she lost her position as State Secretary in the Berlin Senate. Now she could make a spectacular comeback.
Berlin’s police chief is also being traded
Another candidate may prevent Chebli’s possible steep rise. Because even the Berlin police chief Barbara Slowik has been given a chances of getting the post of state secretary in the Federal Ministry of the Interior. [God help Germany if that “thing” gets into that position. They must really HATE the people who pay their lavish salaries.] The decision should come quickly. Since Teichmann’s departure, State Secretary Hans-Georg Engelke, who has remained in office, has been overburdened with the additional work. Before the summer break, Faeser wants to get the personnel under wraps. [I wouldn’t be surprised if by that she means the burka.]
Afterword from the translator:
That would be a godsend for Tim Kellner if the most delicate flower of the Orient were to become Germany’s Minister of the Interior. Good Tim would not be able to keep up with his videos to process the headlines and the court-cases against him by his nemesis.
Should the nightmare actually come true, Germany would more than go from bad to worse. Since the “sensitive” Berlin SPD politician Sawsan Chebli always feels persecuted, attacked and insulted by hate messages — in most cases these are more due to personal sensitivities — the limits of freedom of expression might shift significantly towards the gas chamber.
After all, the Twitter queen meets the qualifications for the ministerial post: female, immigrant background, Muslim and the right party book. What could possibly go more wrong for Germany and Europe? Ave Cesare morituri te salutant.