I didn’t link to this earlier because I thought, “So? Doesn’t everybody know this?”
Apparently not. Or more precisely, they don’t want to. You could substitute “Turkish” for “Mexican” by the way, and get the same speech.
I do not have to respect someone who does nothing.
I do not have to respect anyone who lives off the state and at the same time rejects the state, who does not decently provide for the education of their children and who is constantly producing more and more little girls in headscarves. This goes for seventy percent of the Turkish population and ninety percent of the Arab population in Berlin. Many do not want to integrate. …
The Turks are conquering Germany in the same way that the Kosovars conquered Kosovo: By virtue of a higher birthrate. I would be glad about this if it was a matter of Eastern European Jews who have an IQ 15 percent higher than the (native) German population. But I am not enthused when it is a matter of population groups who do not accept their own responsibility to integrate — also, because it costs an enormous amount of money.
If Turks would integrate in such a way that they had comparable success in the school system as other groups, then the subject would disappear. The Vietnamese kiosk-owner will always speak broken German, because he immigrated when he was thirty and he had no education. But when his children pass university entrance exams or learn a trade, the problem is solved. Turkish lawyers, Turkish doctors, Turkish engineers will also speak German, and then the importance of the other problems would diminish. But that is not what is happening.
The mayor of [the Berlin district of] Neukölln tells a story about an Arab woman who had a sixth child, because her welfare benefits would allow her then to have a larger apartment.
We have to leave behind these sorts of structures.
One has to assume that human talent is in part socially conditioned, but in part also inherited. For demographic reasons, the path that we are going down is leading to a continuous decline in the number of intelligent overachievers. This is no way to construct a sustainable society. … That sounds very demagogic (stammtischnah), but it can be very precisely empirically demonstrated.