Merkel's Monsters or Merkel's Muslims: take your pick, but there is hardly a real "Syrian" among them. One thing is sure though: if there is a raaaaacism at work, it comes from Merkel and her masturbatory, germanophobic defenders of an inane "welcome culture": this raaaaacism is the raaaaacism of low expectations.
This somewhat "in-your-face" video takes no prisoners and does finish with a bit of a flourish, but then some "in-your-faces" and some "flourishes" contain quite a lot of truth; this one does.
" ...cannot account for 600,000 of its 1.1million asylum seekers..."
"...The German government is unable to say where more than half of the one million asylum seekers allowed into the country have ended up..."...
Well the following "refugees" (referred to since the mass sex-attacks on German girls and women as "rapefugees") are "accounted" for. At least 200 of those, it emerged, are suing the German government for taking too long to process their asylum applications...and the others, accounted for, are not demonstrating much gratitude either. Here is an interview with a "security guard" in one of Germany's "refugees camps" near Munich: It comes from this Czech website, has been translated by Xanthippa and posted on vladtepes on 15. January 2016:
The interviewee is a former policeman from Pilsner with almost twenty years of policing behind him, who was offered this "well paid" job in Germany, looking after "refugees".
Q: Where do you work?A: I work near the former concentration camp Dachau, about three kilometers as the crow flies, from Karlsfeld, in the administrative region of Dachau, in an inflatable hall which used to house tennis courts.Q: What kind of work is this and how are the pay and working conditions?A: Well, the pay is better than that of a policeman in Czech, but mainly, they accept us differently. In Czech a “sekuritak” [slang for security forces member] is a “povl” [derogatory term for police] and the people treat us accordingly: here, it is completely different.Q: How are the migrants housed, what is their [daily] program, what exactly do they do?A: The inflatable hall is divided into a sleeping part, which is then divided into 3×3 [meter] cubicles, each of which houses 6 people. They have bunk beds and they have lockers there. The other part houses a cafeteria. Everything is brand new, purchased especially for them.I saw that they are much more strict in guarding them then they are in Czech, which is completely understandable, because first, they had broken the laws in order to enter the country and also a huge number of the people among them have a false identity, which pose a big risk to Europe.The Germans are insane, they do not detain anyone, the migrants have free movement not just in the camp, but they can go into town, actually, all over Germany. It is not unusual for Taxis to go off to somewhere or to be returning from places. How the German Secret Service deals with this and ensures that no terrorists are among them remains a mystery to me.The daily routine is not in any way organized. 9-10:30 breakfast, 13:30-15:00 lunch, 17:30-19:00 dinner; in the times between these, there are usually German language classes or other free time activities. Charity officials, city officials and even [officials] from other institutions work there. They organize various sports or cultural events for them. Otherwise, they do absolutely whatever they wish, there is no [mandatory] wake-up call nor an evening curfew.Q: And what, actually, do you do?A: We guard fire exists, so nobody will open them, because if a certain number of them were open, the whole hall would collapse, which they will not understand and we also keep trying to teach them that there is no smoking inside. We also safeguard the safety of the officials working here.The food hand out is a chapter in itself, conflicts arise between them and attack each other, plus they like to attack the catering staff.Q: They are attacking the employees?A: Regularly. You have to understand, they consider all of us as mere servants, who are there for them and must fulfil their wishes. They are permanently dissatisfied with something, the amount of food, the quality, with the provided services and they are constantly making demands for some other rights.Q: And how is their food?A: The breakfasts are cold: they get salami, cheese, pastries, corn flakes, chickpea products, yogurt, milk, eggs, fruit and, of course, the menu varies.Lunches are hot meals,all cooking is, of course, done without pork and they have a choice of two meals, always one with meat and one vegetarian. Dinners are like breakfasts, cold, and the selection is similar to breakfast.For example, we watch to make sure that they only take one meal. I don’t mean they cannot go for seconds, that they can, but they like to take two meals, eat only what they like, and throw out the rest. The food wastage here is enormous. It is perfectly normal for someone to take a meal, sniff it, throw it out and go get the other meal.Q: Is there any attempt from the German leadership to make changes, say with that food waste?A: To the contrary. One recent event: vans with winter clothing arrived and the migrants got, for free, shoes, trousers, jerseys and sweaters. Some of them turned around, took the freely provided and new clothing – usually good brands – and sold it somewhere only to come back and get kitted out again. We found out and refused to give out more. The migrants then called the German police on us, who arrived and ordered us to hand out clothing to them a second time.Q: Tell us something about the conflicts and fights.A: These are part of the daily events, fights will start over the most minor things. In the camp, we have Nigerians, Pakistanis, blacks from the Ivory Coast, Senegalese, Afghanis and they will fight amongst each other over very tiny things, like cutting in line. As a rule, Arabs and blacks cannot stand each other and there are always conflicts between them.Conflicts between us us, meaning the members of the protective staff and the migrants, always arise because they think that we are their servants and must do their bidding. The Germans enforce this point of view; the norm simply is that if a migrant has a wish, it should be fulfilled.We are forbidden to engage in any fights and we are forbidden to use force. The only thing we are permitted to do is to try to reason with them and if that does not work, to call the police.They’ve already even stoned us, that they love to do. They are very afraid of physical contact, and are happy to step back a few meters and a whole horde will start throwing rocks. This is very easy here, because underneath the tent, there is crushed rock and all around, there are many rocks about the size of a fist, absolutely ideal for throwing.Q: They have stoned you? By God, why?A: They are not permitted to bring food into the bedrooms. A co-worker reminded one of them that he can’t go there with food, so the black guy threw the food at him. The co-worker lost it and reached for him. Right away, a huge brawl erupted. We stepped back, the police arrived again – something like our ‘keeping order’ [name of policing unit in the Czech Republic] – but, like always, they did nothing, just lined up and the cops from their anti-confrontation team started yacking at them. They just explained to them that we, in Europe, do not stone people and of course, no repercussions ensued.In the evening, that same co-worker was again attacked and stoned, we called the police again, and they only explained things to them again. No punishments were handed out.Q: What means and tools to you have for self defence?A: (Laughter.) Weapons in Germany? We are strictly forbidden from having any weapons, not even tear gas or batons, we have nothing.The worst work is in the children’s camp, which is what youths between 16 and 20 are called. We knew a Somalian, who threw his breakfast out in the morning – some hard cheese, chicken mortadella and fruit – because he said he would not eat this. The same way, he then threw out lunch – it was fish fillets and potatoes, saying he’s going to go eat in town. He returned completely drunk and demanded food. We showed him that dinner will be in three hours, but he penetrated into our guard room and started going through our things, saying we have to give him something. My co-worker took an exception to this, so the Somalian grabbed a broom and started breaking things. And we cannot, under any circumstances, interfere, because this is a child. But this particular one paid for this, because the police found out that this “child” is twenty-two years old and that they were dealing with a former member of a Somali paramilitary unit.Q: How many migrants do you have there and can you estimate how many of them are truly fleeing war and how many are “economic” ones?A: Our camp has 300 migrants. I don’t think that any of them are truly war refugees, that they rather came for economic reasons and 95% of them do not want to work.Real facts support my opinion on this. Only about 15 migrants are engaged in camp’s self-government, the rest spend their days lounging around their rooms, watching TV or loitering in the area. It is insane that the Germans do not demand any engagement from them, they don’t even have to clean up after themselves. With my own eyes, I have seen them get into arguments and throw around metal garbage cans, and then stomp the spilled trash into the ground.The only ones punished were the German cleaning crew, who had not cleaned this up fast enough.Q: Why do you think the Germans are behaving this way?A: I think this is a complex resulting from the war, that the Germans are trying to hysterically prove to all of Europe, but mainly to themselves, that now, they are completely different Germans.
I just would like to note that I don't agree with the last answer at all.
And then there is a little "feminine" side to Merkel's "refugees", published in the : Südeutsche Zeitung on 13. 1. 2016
Women attack Refugee helpers
They demanded better accommodation
A Nigerian woman tried to strangle an employee of the Inner Mission
Tuesday afternoon, a group of women attacked an employee of the Inner Mission (IM) of Munich in the Bayern Kaserne.
About 15 female asylum seekers from Nigeria had asked the property manager of IM the to give them apartments according to a report from Günther Bauer, Chairman of the Inner Mission. "This is a completely new dimension," said Bauer. It was the first time that one of his staff had been attacked.
According to the IM the women had surrounded the man in front of house12 of the Bayern Kaserne and had harassed him; one of them had tried to strangle him with his scarf.
The employee of the Inner Mission had not fought back because the women were all carrying babies or small children in their arms. Some of the women had held their babies up high and had threatened to drop them should the staff not give them new apartments.
The situation only calmed down when the police arrived.
Three women are said to have beaten the 49- year-old in the face.
Police said that four Nigerian women aged from 21 to 30 were being investigated for grievous bodily harm.
It was not only one of the women trying to strangle the 49-year-old manager with a scarf, three others are said to have beaten him about the face..."