A wave of angry anti-Muslim migrant protests has forced authorities in a German city to cancel plans to build a ‘refugee’ center in Rostock– with authorities instead deciding to move nearly all the Muslim invaders out of the city. (Caring only about the safety and security concerns of the Muslims, not the Germans who are threatened by them)
Express (h/t Maurice) The decision against a refugee centre comes amid growing tension between local Germans and the growing migrant population following a series of terror attacks in Europe in recent weeks. In Rostock, a series of protests and attacks against refugees in the city have prompted a drastic change of mind.
The city, located in the north east of the country, had planned to establish a refugee housing centre in the local district of Gross Klein to accommodate the increase in the arrival of migrants to Germany.
But, according to the police, a group of German youths had tried to storm the building recently, fuelling fears the new arrivals would be at risk.
Rostock’s Social Affairs Minister Steffen Bockhahn said it “hurt” to make the decision but the growing anger towards refugees meant the situation was too dangerous.
On top of this, a nearby home for unaccompanied underage refugees had to be partially evacuated a week earlier amid safety concerns. (“Underage” when it comes to Muslim migrants is anyone under 40)
District council chairman Uwe Michaelis told local newspaper Ostee Zeitung: “I find it questionable if we allow ourselves to be dictated to by right-wingers where Muslims are allowed to live and where not. “They will consider this decision as a victory for them.” (One can only hope)
Ulrike Seemann-Katz, from the local state refugee advisory council, agreed that the decision sent a poor signal. She told DW: “This is really a huge mistake. “The signal means, ‘All we need to do is make enough noise or throw enough stones or whatever, and then they’ll give up.’ And I don’t think that’s acceptable.” (Get used to it)
Newly released figures on Wednesday show there have been 665 crimes targeting refugee homes in Germany this year alone. In June, security expert Holger Munch said Germany is witnessing “an alarming level of citizen violence” against Muslim so-called ‘refugees.’ (You ain’t seen nuthin; yet)