German Of The Day: Kultureller Austausch

That means cultural exchange. You know, like the one that took place in Cologne on New Year’s Eve (not to mention in Hamburg, Stuttgart, Bielefeld, etc.)?

Cologne

Here are a few examples of the mindset of some of the young men who participated in the festivities that night (in a report filed by the Cologne police):

After being confronted by the cops, one guy said “I’m a Syrian. You have to be friendly to me! Frau Merkel invited me.”

Another guy, after ripping up his residence permit in front of another cop, said “You can’t do anything about it. I’ll just get a new one tomorrow.”

Police trying to help some of the victims were held back by some of these men, others refused to leave the area after the police ordered them to do so, witnesses were threatened if they dared to identify any of them doing the harassment… You know, stuff like that. Nothing for anybody to get all hot and bothered about.

Der Verfasser des Berichts zieht ein düsteres Fazit: Den Maßnahmen der Beamten sei mit einer Respektlosigkeit gegegnet worden, “wie ich sie in 29 Dienstjahren noch nicht erlebt habe.”

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2 responses

  1. I am a little surprised. I thought they would lay low til April and then pass it off as the rites of Muslim Spring which would be understandable and excusable to the leftard brain. Now you are left with nothing but acceptance.

    • Thanks to the warm welcome they received the refugees have made great gains in restoring their fragile self-esteems. That they didn’t wait until spring but jumped right into their new home’s holiday festivities is cause for a celebration!
      And if you can accept that reasoning, then you can truly make a leftist acceptance speech.

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