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UPDATE: In an interview with Sputnik News' German site, Rebecca Sommer denied she ever told the Polish paper she wanted to "flee to Poland."
Sommer says she told the Polish paper, "I know people who are thinking about emigrating, for example to Poland, Croatia or America."
"That was the only thing I said on the subject. I did not talk about it," she said.
From Delit d'images (as translated by Diversity Macht Frei):
In 2012 Rebecca Sommer founded the refugee aid association Arbeitsgruppe Flucht + Menschen-Rechte (AG F+M) [Working Group Asylum + Human Rights]. At the end of 2015, this artist, photographer and journalist and documentary maker applauded Angela Merkel’s decision to open German’s borders to the “refugees” who had been blocked in Hungary, despite the vacuum effect this would create. “At that time I wanted to help everyone and truly believed that all these people were fleeing hell and were in a state of complete distress,” the German activist explained in an article published by the conservative Polish weekly Do Rzeczy on 15 January, discussing how she woke up to reality.Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook and Gab.