The Mood Keeps Getting Better

Not. Here’s the latest Germany refugee crisis update:

Refugees

The European Union has criticized Germany for being much too lax with refugees who are seeking asylum in Germany. Not enough are being rejected (only one in six).

Nearly a third of migrants in Germany claiming to be Syrians aren’t from Syria.

Mass brawls are beginning to break out at German refugee centers.

Germany property is now being confiscated by the government to make it available for migrants.

An imam at a refugee camp refused to shake hands with the visiting CDU party boss in Rhineland-Palatinate because she is a woman.

And chancellor Angela Merkel’s popularity ratings are dropping sharply over her handling of the refugee crisis, two polls showed this weekend.

Other then that, though, everything is working out just fine.

Germany in a state of SIEGE: Merkel was cheered when she opened the floodgates to migrants. Now, with gangs of men roaming the streets and young German women being told to cover up, the mood’s changing

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4 responses

  1. “…Germany in a state of SIEGE: Merkel was cheered when she opened the floodgates to migrants. Now, with gangs of men roaming the streets and young German women being told to cover up, the moon’s changing…”
    These are the good days. Not all of them, but most Syrian refugees is non-educated. There is 2,5 million Syrian refugees in Turkey. And only 15% of them is educated according to data. And in Turkey, the refugees who are using the park area as toilet have been, even I do not to mention theft, extortion and etc.
    And both the managements and global companies of Turkey and Germany are responsible for this situation like the other countries. Because, both of them like many of them, is NATO country. And the companies want the low-cost labor. Most likely, this low-cost labor will not bring good results to these countries own citizens. And of course the citizen is responsible for this result. After all, the people gave the vote this policies at the elections.

  2. Does Germany have impeachment procedures they can enact? Of course, I don’t know how far the rot goes, so that might not work.
    Anything in their laws that will help the people getting kicked out of their homes? (that’s nuts)

    In spite of my huge amounts of sangfroid when it comes to Europeans and northern ones in particular (Germans most of all), I feel bad for individual people.
    But don’t think for one minute I feel bad to the point of wanting them afflicting my people — no, you keep your “refugees”, or better yet, send them back.

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