A German newspaper gushes over the ‘most modern migrant hotel’ in Dresden that features an in-house hairdresser, full hotel services, organized leisure activities, three halal-compliant meals a day, not to mention special prayer rooms for 280 all male illegal alien Muslim invaders posing as asylum seekers. In other words, living standards many Germans can only dream of.
REMIX News In fact, the paper notes that many arriving in Dresden on holiday would love to stay at the location, writing: “With the municipal rental of the former Hotel Cityherberge on the Robotron site, accommodation has now been created that many holidaymakers would like to use during their visit to Dresden.”
The paper gushes over various details of the new home for 280 men: “Wide corridors, bright colors, comfortably furnished rooms” are designed to provide excellent living accommodations for 280 young men from Afghanistan and Syria. The paper notes that 80 men have already moved in, with more slated to arrive in the next months.
German taxpayers will be on the hook to pay for the accommodation, with the hotel costing €36,000 per month. However, that does not factor in administrative costs, cleaning costs, the cost of food and healthcare, educational courses, and a variety of other services the migrants will have access to — not to mention a “team of experienced social workers” who will be servicing the new men, as Tag24 says.
The extravagant price tag for just 280 men may be why the German government estimated it will spend €36 billion on migrants in 2023 alone.
With the municipal rental of the former Hotel Cityherberge on the Robotron site, accommodation has now been created that many vacationers would like to use during their visit to Dresden: wide corridors, bright colors, comfortably furnished rooms, sanitary facilities on all floors. There is also a canteen that offers meals three times a day. The historic old town is within walking distance and can be reached in just a few minutes.
The city’s administrative staff work in the building next door, and a team of experienced social workers provides support with administrative procedures.
Right across the street from the new migrant home is a skate park, but Tag24 writes that Dresden’s young people and migrant men will benefit from interacting with each other, with the journalist stating that the skate park offers the “best conditions for getting to know a new (German) culture and for learning our language.”
However, such cultural exchange has resulted in a disaster inside Germany’s swimming pools, where armed police are now on duty during all opening hours and a wave of sexual assault and riots have plagued the country’s swimming establishments.
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