EUROPE is “at the end of its existence” following a summer of terror and the EU’s free movement policy, an ex-Polish counter-terror officer has warned.
Angela Merkel was blasted for her open door policy by two Polish experts
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Former Central Bureau of Investigation officer Jacek Wrona gave a damning forecast about the future of Europe, claiming people have lost faith in the political system.
Speaking on a Polish chat show, he said: “The worst problem for the police service is political correctness.
“Europe is at the end of its existence.
“Western Europe is practically dead. These people live in a void, without ideas. And then come along the young, who only want to make money, as once did the barbarians.”
Wrona was joined by military history academic Dr Rafal Brzeski who blasted Angela Merkel in the wake of a spate of terror attacks in Germany.
He said: “The Germans have had enough of this, which does not mean the government has had enough. These are two different approaches”.
Wrona condemned the European Union’s free movement, claiming it had allowed for the free movement of illegal ex-Soviet weapons from Eastern to Western Europe.
He said: “The whole Balkans are flooded with weapons, and from the Balkans have come two million people.
“Together with them came arms dealers, gangsters, drug dealers. Buying a Kalashnikov in Bosnia and Herzegovina is as it was with us after the war. You can buy one for peanuts”.
The scathing attack comes as thousands of people took to the streets of Berlin to protests against the German Chancellor’s open door policy.
Crowds gathered in Washington Square on Saturday and vented their fury at Merkel’s leadership of the country.
Holding banners reading “Merkel must go” and “The queen of smugglers. Merkel must leave”, crowds flocked to the public square while the hashtag #Merkelmussweg is being used by protesters online.
Five attacks have taken place in Germany since July 18, leavingt 15 people dead, including four attackers, and dozens injured.