Germany: Authorities Fret over Arsons against Refugees
May 15, 2016, 02:17 PM
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German citizens were assured by Chancellor Merkel that by opening their borders to Muslim “refugees,” it would be a rewarding act of humanitarian generosity. But there were far more foreigners than had been forecast by the government, and instead of good vibes, Germans got rapefugees, crime and chaos. So there have been various responses showing the citizens’ rejection of immigration anarchy, from the electoral success of the pro-sovereignty party to the burning of refugee housing.

Still, Merkel’s government has been largely deaf to citizen complaints because the suits think they know best about how the little people should behave.

History shows that when government fails to perform its prime directive of protecting public safety, the people will step up and do it themselves. One example is the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance, a group of concerned citizens who organized to combat the corruption and crime during the Gold Rush.

Some Germans are responding to the Islamic threat with arson of government refugee housing. It’s unfortunate, but predictable. The situation is far more one of invasion than immigration: the newcomers are forcing European women to obey Islamicsharia law by staying indoors out of sight, and Germany has had no go zones for years where German police feared to enter. Berlin’s Rutli school was so violent because of Muslim students that teachers wanted it closed.

The German people don’t like being invaded, as shown by the recent poll in which 64 percent want her gone after the next election. Meanwhile, the new residents are pushing harder to European surrender, one example being the Islamic demand for Denmark to cede parts of its territory to Muslims.

Are we seeing the beginning of civil war in Europe?

Increase in arson at German refugee centres: police, The Local (Germany), May 14, 2016

German authorities on Saturday reported an increase in the number of arson fires at shelters for refugees who flooded Germany last year, raising concerns about anti-migrant violence.

“This year, there have already been 45 arson fires,” said Holger Muench, head of the federal criminal police (BKA).

“What is particularly worrisome is the increasing scale of the violence,” he said in an interview with the Funke newspaper group.

In 2015, when Germany opened its doors to 1.1 million migrants mostly from war-torn Syria, 92 arson fires at centres for asylum seekers were reported, compared with only six in 2014, according to BKA statistics published in late January.

Mr Muench said he did not have any knowledge of large-scale far-right groups being behind the fires, adding the majority were set by men from the areas near the torched shelters.

The BKA head however said he was worried about the rising hate speech on the Internet against refugees which could be a trigger for arson.

Several major German media including the online edition of Spiegel magazine have closed down their forums discussing topics related to the influx of refugees due to the flood of insults posted.

The mass influx of migrants last year sparked a backlash in Germany, including the rise of the xenophobic and anti-Islamic Pegida movement, which bitterly opposed Chancellor Angela Merkel’s liberal migration policy.

This year Germany has seen a sharp drop in arrivals of new refugees since it reintroduced temporary border controls and took other steps to reduce numbers.

The EU has also since agreed on a controversial pact with Turkey to stop refugees crossing by boat to Greece.

Under the deal, Turkey has agreed to take back migrants who arrived in Greece after March 20th.