By Paul Joseph Watson -
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told an audience in Berlin that "nation states should be willing to give up their sovereignty" and that governments shouldn't listen to their own citizens on matters of immigration.
During an event aimed at combating populism entitled Parliamentarism in the Tension of Globalization and National Sovereignty, Merkel brazenly said that "nation-states should be willing to give up their sovereignty today" and this should be done via an "orderly process".
Responding to critcism of the UN Migration Pact, which greases the skids for mass migration to be treated as a human right, Merkel said that international agreements took precedence over the will of the people within individual countries.
"There were [politicians] who believed that they could decide when these agreements are no longer valid because they are representing The People," she said.
"[But] the people are individuals who are living in a country, they are not a group who define themselves as the [German] people," she stressed.
Merkel's forthright denunciation of sovereignty and her continued support for mass immigration comes despite both issues leading to a massive collapse in her own approval numbers.
Earlier this year, a YouGov survey also found that almost half of Germans want to leave their own country "for a more stable political situation".