In more news about atrocious migrant behavior in the European Union that won’t make mainstream mention in the United States, the trashing of European culture by third-world followers of a medievally brutal culture who were invited in by the droves in 2015 by the country’s chancellor Angela Merkel continues.
The people of Germany who remember life there before their former national leader’s open-arms “y’all come” appeal for young, vigorous workers and their families to flock northward, across the Mediterranean Sea, from war-torn Muslim countries throughout the vast and varied African continent.
After the infamous 2016 New Year gang assaults on women celebrating in Cologne – “about 80 women reported sexual assaults and muggings by men on New Year’s Eve” – migrants in Germany have been getting good press despite some despicable behavior.
The truth that open borders and unbridled immigration from impoverished and ignorant lands is doing more harm than good in Germany is becoming obvious even to the average resident who doesn’t buy the soothing pap oozing from their government’s mouthpieces.
At this point, about every other German takes a dim view of their new neighbors. 2016 survey revealed “that a record 54.1% of the respondents across Germany now hold a negative view of asylum-seekers.”
Anyone who disagrees with open immigration in Europe is branded by the press as being nothing more than a “right-wing populist extremist” who is “illiberal” and a threat to democracy.
Apparently, a good EU Democrat rolls over, caves in, and obeys the new laws which favor immigrants and outs native citizens like Klaus Roth, a 74-old senior social worker who assisted the 2015 German migrant influx and was evicted from the apartment he lived in for 24 years under a 1990s court ruling which “allows German municipalities to evict tenants to accommodate refugees if other options are exhausted.”
Social sentiment in Germany is turning toward preserving national heritage and scourging the migrant troublemakers.
A year ago, in late May 2018, Merkel used a ceremony in Düsseldorf marking the 25th anniversary of a neo-Nazi arson attack on an apartment block that killed five Turkish-German women and girls and injured 17 relatives to protect and support the masses of unruly and disruptive newcomers from mostly North African nations to speak out against her protesting constituents:
“Even today, people in our country face hostility and are attacked because they are asylum seekers or refugees or are considered such because of their skin colour, regardless of how long they’ve lived with us. Such attacks are shameful. They are a disgrace for our country. We cannot and will not resign ourselves to this.”
The problem in Europe generally and Germany specifically is that it is some of the migrants are violent and continue to threaten the social order on a daily basis.
On July 29, 2019, a 40-year-old migrant man from Eritrea (a country in the Horn of Africa) pushed an eight-year-old young boy and his mother in front of a high-speed train on one of the platforms of the central railway terminal in Frankfurt:
“The assailant grabbed the woman and the child and threw them on the rail tracks right as the high-speed intercity express (ICE) was pulling into the station.”
The mother escaped and was reaching out to her son when the train ran over him, killing him on the scene. The incident was so shocking that some eyewitnesses had to be taken by ambulances for hospital treatment. The reason for the attack is unknown as of two days later.
An Iraqi crime gang called Al-Salam-313 is being charged by German police with human trafficking and smuggling drugs and weapons.
More than 500 police officers conducted raids in eleven cities in Germany’s most populous state, North Rhine-Westphalia(NRW), including Cologne, Dortmund, Essen, Hünxe, and Siegburg. Between 2016 and 2018, a law enforcement official logged a total of 14,225 offenses committed by crime gangs in NRW.
Despite the African origin of crime gangs and their pro-Islamic beliefs, German police and other government groups are doing their best to quell the rising outrage many German citizens are reporting as they see their culture crumble around them. The official narrative is that claims and depictions of gang crime activity in Germany have been sensationalized by the media:
“While gang activity tends to have a focus on Eastern European and Middle Eastern communities in Germany, police have been careful to point out that gang membership is far more diverse than depictions in well-known movies and television shows. Around a third of gang members are German-born, while one in five is female.”
Gangs of migrant youths, some children as young as 8 years old, prey on passengers in German train stations and on commuter cars while traveling on the rails.
In April 2019, Germany’s Interior Minister Horst Seehofer announced a plan with “strong elements” that would facilitate expelling failed asylum seekers and convicted criminals. In 2018, Germany deported about 25,000 people, just over 10 percent of the total number of people ordered to leave the country.