Fashion Icon Karl Lagerfeld Dead at 85 – Slammed Merkel and EU Elites over their Suicidal Open Borders Policy
Legendary fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld died in Paris on Tuesday.
He was 85.
Karl Lagerfeld was the creative genius behind Chanel, Fendi, H&M and Chloe.
Lagerfeld made headlines in November 2017 for his criticism of Europe’s suicidal open borders policies.
Lagerfeld told a French radio program it was insane for Europe to import millions of Muslims from the third world.
He will be missed.
The AFP reported at the time:
Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has sparked outrage by evoking the Holocaust as he attacked German Chancellor Angela Merkel for opening the country’s borders to migrants.
“One cannot — even if there are decades between them — kill millions of Jews so you can bring millions of their worst enemies in their place,” he told a French television show.
“I know someone in Germany who took a young Syrian and after four days said, ‘The greatest thing Germany invented was the Holocaust,'” he added.
Several hundred people lodged official complaints about Lagerfeld’s comments, the French media regulator said Monday after he appeared on the “Salut les terriens!” (Hello Earthlings!) talkshow on the C8 channel on Saturday.
The veteran Chanel designer, who was born in Hamburg just as Adolf Hitler came to power, had earlier lambasted Merkel for taking more than one million asylum seekers since the migrant crisis of 2015.