Merkel's Legacy: Germany 'Dresses' Anti-Terrorism Barriers as Presents at Christmas Market

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Instead of stopping terrorists coming into Germany through Angela Merkel's open-door policy that has divided the nation, the country has decided to normalize terrorist attacks by installing anti-terror barriers everywhere. For the holidays, they'll be wrapped as presents.

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Anti-terror barriers surrounding Bochum Christmas market were transformed to look like Christmas presents, Friday. Barriers filled with sand were covered in festive wrapping paper and topped ribbons, concealing beneath objects used to prevent vehicles from driving into the market. SOT, Local (German): "We find it bad that it must be done in the whole area, but it is good that it is done by cities and authorities."

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