Birgit Weissmann – Do Average Germans Really Want Open Borders?

Birgit Weissmann is a political activist who recognizes the need for a European nationalist awakening. By way of her peripatetic upbringing in France, Germany, and the United States, Birgit has witnessed the consequences of globalist geopolitical meddling first-hand. She is interested in countering multiculturalism, the foreign military interventions of our hostile elites, and unabashed materialism in favour of a more natural way of living.

Our show begins with Birgit giving us a brief overview of her life experiences in the United States, France, and Germany. Lana then inquires about the differences between America and Germany. Birgit explains that Munich of the 1960s and 1970s was pleasantly peaceful. People in Germany at that time were much more comfortable discussing politics than they are today. With its deep-rooted sense of tradition still intact, Germany was quite different culturally from America’s consumerism. Moreover, Birgit observes that grasping, materialistic people do not realize the importance of man’s relationship with nature. Lana and Birgit then talk about how drastically Germany has changed. Birgit recounts her personal observations of Germany in the early 1990s, and her involvement in a German nationalist organization. She goes on to explain how mass migration in the early 2000s, and from 2015 onward has been a disruptive force. Birgit describes by way of personal experience how migrants from Africa and the Middle East have eroded social cohesion in Germany. Lana and Birgit go on to address many other subjects including the destructive globalist interventions in the Middle East and their consequences; Angela Merkel’s disregard for the rule of law; European population replacement; organic products; and more.