Fleeing over the border in their VW camper van the Griesbach family told Vladimir Putin’s Government they had escaped the ‘German dictatorship’ where they could no longer raise their children.
Carola Griesbach, 51, and her husband Andre, 45, raced the 2,300 kilometres from northern Germany to Moscow’s Red Square.
Two of their daughters, Dominique and Julia, along with four of their grandchildren were also crammed into the van.
However, since arriving on New Year’s Eve in 2015, they have been stranded at a small motel in a forest outside the Russian capital.
The family have claimed their reasons for leaving the country include mass migration, the ‘early sexualisation’ of children, a lack of democracy and forced immunisation
Mr Griesbach said: “People believe Germany is a democracy but it’s not.
“It’s morally corrupt and people don’t about anything like punctuality or crime anymore. There is no society.
“Russian society is much better, and Putin is a much better example of a leader.
“The German state is corrupt, so he is much more democratic than Merkel.
“They are inviting all the immigrants over so they can stir up trouble in the country and start the war the government wants.
“No country but Germany wants so many foreigners in their country.
“The Americans’ wars, the Syrian war, Germany helps pay for all of this stupidity.”
Mrs Griesbach said she fears for her children’s future.
She said: “Everyone knows the situation in the German media, and on the relationship between migrants and violence is. The media reports on a small part.
“It’s not safe for children or women in Germany anymore.
“The Police rarely look into cases, because they are prevented from doing so by the system or they are attacked by the so-called asylum seekers.
“But let me make it clear – we don’t have anything against asylum seekers. We have a duty to help people worse off than ourselves.”