Sunday, 18 October 2015



In this video filmed in Berlin, an Afghan refugee who is waiting to be processed says the system is not coping and that the German government should not accept any more refugees:

Die Lage am Landesamt für Gesundheit und Soziales in Berlin spitzt sich zu. Hunderte Flüchtlinge warten hier mehrere Tage, bis ihre Nummer an der Reihe ist. Erst wenn sie registriert sind, bekommen sie eine Unterkunft.

At the State Office for Health and Social Affairs in Berlin, things have come to a head. Hundreds of refugees have been waiting here for several days for their turn to register. Only then can they get accommodation.

Seit Tagen hat es nicht aufgehört zu regnen, das Gelände ist eine einzige Schlammpfütze. Es mangelt an Regenschutz und warmer Kleidung.

It hasn’t stopped raining for days and the ground is muddy. There is a shortage of rainwear and warm clothing.

Was passiert, wenn es in einigen Tagen anfängt zu schneien, daran will hier niemand denken. Die Caritas warnt bereits vor den ersten Kältetoten.

No one wants to think about what will happen in a few days when it starts to snow. Caritas [the relief agency] is warning about deaths from hypothermia.

Die Stimmung unter den Flüchtlingen ist gereizt. Mehrere Menschen haben wegen der immens langen Wartezeiten schon Klage beim Sozialgericht eingereicht.

The refugees are irritated. Several court complaints have been filed because of the immensely long waits.

Ein Flüchtling aus Afghanistan wirft der deutschen Regierung vor, die Situation nicht in den Griff zu kriegen. Er fordert: Deutschland soll keine Leute mehr ins Land lassen.

A refugee from Afghanistan accuses the German government of not having control of the situation. He says Germany should not let any more people into the country.

‘Es sind einfach viel zu viele Flüchtlinge hier. Sie können nicht so versorgt werden, wie das notwendig wäre.’

‘There are just far too many refugees here. Our needs cannot be properly met.’

‘Trotzdem nimmt die deutsche Regierung immer noch mehr Flüchtlinge auf.’

‘Nevertheless, the German government is still accepting more refugees.’

‘Aus meiner Sicht muss sich schnell etwas ändern. Wenn die Regierung uns einen sicheren Lebensstandard garantieren will, muss sie jetzt entscheiden, was zu tun ist.’

‘In my view, something needs to change quickly. If the government wants to give us a good standard of living, they should be deciding now what to do.’

‘Die Menschen kommen alle hierher. Aber es gibt nicht genügend Unterkünfte für all die Flüchtlinge.’

‘Everybody is coming here but there is not enough accommodation for all the refugees.’

‘Ich bin seit vier Tagen hier, stehe im Regen und warte auf meine Papiere. Ich habe keine Ahnung, was mich noch erwartet.’

‘I’ve been here for four days, standing in the rain waiting for my papers. I have no idea what’s going to happen.’

‘Ich warte hier jeden Tag bis acht Uhr abends. Dann kommt ein Bus und bringt uns Flüchtlinge zum Schlafen in Camps.’

‘I wait here every day until eight in the evening and then a bus takes us to camps to sleep.’

‘Sie bringen uns jede Nacht in ein anderes Camp.’

‘They take us to a different camp every night.’

‘Ich persönlich finde die Situation hier nicht in Ordnung. Das ist für uns alle sehr schwierig.’

‘Personally, I think the situation here is chaotic. It is very difficult for all of us.’

‘Wenn die Regierung keinen Plan hat und keine Unterkünfte, dann muss sie endlich aufhören, Flüchtlinge ins Land zu lassen.’

‘If the government has no plan and no accommodation, they should stop refugees coming into the country.’

‘So kann das nicht weitergehen. Wenn weiter so viele Leute kommen und das System nicht besser funktioniert, wird as hier bald ein Riesenproblem geben.’

‘This cannot go on. More to the point, with so many people arriving, if the system is not improved, there will soon be a major problem here.’

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  2. SHOCKING photographs confirm that known Islamic State (ISIS) and other Muslim terrorist group jihadists posing as ‘Syrian refugees’ have been arriving in Europe in droves. Pretty soon their numbers will be large enough to comprise a significant Islamic army right on European soil, who will be living off taxpayer funded welfare while plotting their next terror attacks.

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  3. Why is it the responsibility of any European country to give these “refugees”(most are economic refugees) a better life. Europe has nothing to gain by letting or bringing these people in. Europe, your first and last obligation is to your people. What do the “refugees” have to offer? They bring nothing to the table.

    Why don’t muslim “asylum seekers” go to Qatar, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates , Oman, Saudi Arabia or any of the other rich muslim countries? These are Islamic countries therefore more suitable for them.

    Has any European country benefited by opening it’s borders to non-Europeans? Name one. Do they make Europe a safer place to live? Have they made Europe great? Are they good for tourism? Do they bring anything positive to Europe? Do they respect the citizens of Europe and the customs? Do they support themselves without burdening the tax payers? Do they burden the judicial system due to high crime rates? Do they love Europe or what they can get from her?

    Do they victimize the European people in large proportions to their small numbers? Wouldn’t crimes against the European people foreshadow their true intentions? Do they trash up the areas they inhabit in Europe? If they victimize the host country’s people and trash up their land after they have been given a new start at life, wouldn’t that be like a direct “screw you”? Do they demand you to change your ways and customs so they can tolerate you? Do they respect the peoples government? Your family? Your people? Your culture?

    If they are guilty of three of these questions then It would be safe to say they should not be in Europe. There is more harm than good for Europe and her people.

    If a European country don’t let the hoards flood their land they are called “racist” and “Nazis” if they let them in, their country, their lives, their descendants lives will be torn apart. Which one is easier to live with? Which one does the most damage? Which choice is beneficial to the European country and it’s people? Wake up before it’s too late.

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  4. Wake up and fight back, men of Europe.

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