Toni Kroos points out immigration in Germany

Toni Kroos points out immigration in Germany
Toni Kroos points out immigration in Germany

German international Toni Kroos in a podcast deplores the evolution of German society. A decline according to him that he attributes to immigration.

As France is torn apart over the legislative elections, the debate is also divisive in Germany. And on the Old Continent as a whole. As often in a context of crisis, populisms or nationalisms progress – immigration then taking on the role of scapegoat. Sometimes even in the minds of the elites.

Toni Kroos is one of them, he who very recently decided to close the sporting chapter of his career, after ten years at the top in the ranks of Real MadridThe former Bayern player believes that Germany has changed since his departure for Spain in 2024. And not for the better. Germany is not the country it was 10 years ago. Whether it was in 2006 or today, many people have been welcomed with open arms. I think that’s amazing. I really think it’s great, but I think it was too uncontrolled. ” he whispers in a podcast on the German channel ZDF.

“Germans increasingly divided on this issue”

« I think we have failed to exploit this fundamentally very positive approach or idea, which I support one thousand percent because I find it sensational that people come to us from outside and are happy.he continues. I think we simply underestimated it and in the end it was just too uncontrolled. And it is clear that when many people come, there is always a percentage, just like among the Germans, among many Germans, there is also a percentage that does not do us any good and does not do themselves any good. And it is the same with many people who come. »

As he reflects, Toni Kroos comes to make a clear link, according to him, between immigration and insecurity. If you can’t distinguish those who don’t do us any good, then it becomes difficult in the end. And of course, the attitude of the Germans will be increasingly divided on this issue, even though the basic idea that people come, whom we obviously also need, that they are here, is astonishing and good. “And to affirm wanting to live in Spain because torn by ” the fear of seeing (his) daughter go out after 11pm in a big German city ».

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