A Few Points About The Refugee Crisis, Related To Germany
So, yesterday I did read this news article about Islamists trying to recruit refugees in Germany. To be honest, while reading the article I rolled my eyes for two reasons, the first one is that this is not a news, this is happening since at least two years and that directly in my district as well, the second reason is that this is something citizens are concerned about since some time, and when citizens mentioned their concerns, they were called “bigoted” by our strange government and by the corrupt media landscape, typical political correct terms to muzzle concerned citizens.
Muslim radicals in Germany are trying to recruit some of the growing numbers of asylum seekers reaching the country, according to intelligence services quoted by the German news agency DPA.
Imagine that, our intelligence service found something out that the citizens noticed already two years ago. I am very sorry for Yahoo News to get such an outdated news from German news agency that is trusting our slow and ineffective intelligence services. But this is simply something that is already happening in the public for a while.
As I found this on Reddit, and as this is most likely not only a problem happening in Germany, I found an English comment of a user there, that I thought is appropriate:
This headline comes as a shock to no one.
In our district for example, and I know from others that our district is not a rare case, two years ago the Islamists rented spaces 50 meters away from apartments where new refugees regularly arrive. They do usually stand near the refugee apartments and speak to the people there, hand out books or flyers, everyone knows what is going on there.
They meet each friday for the prayers, and over the course of two years this group was expanding from around twenty people to hundreds of people. They seem to have success to recruit from the refugee apparent. Not only this, known extremist preachers have hold their speeches in the same centre, and one local news article stated that some fighters that went to Syria came from the same centre in our district.
So, what do you mean do they teach the people there? Just moderate Muslim religion? No, it seems they spread their lunatic ideology there, and our government is responsible to stop this, but they don’t, and that is just one of many reasons why quite a lot of Germans including me don’t take their own government very serious anymore. For the refugees that fall for this extreme ideology, I can just quote another Reddit comment…
No better way to start a new life in a new country then joining the same psychotic and murdering people who ruined the place you just left.
But there is one problem with the comment, not every refugee is really a war refugee, because the German customs have found Syrian fake passports. When I have read today that Germany will restore border controls for a while again, I am quite happy about it, I actually didn’t expect that our government would make this smart move, we all really didn’t. As a government, you can not simply let estimated 800.000 people (the number will be much higher by the end of the year) into your country without checking their backgrounds and identities, the German citizens have justified concerns that some of them could be terrorists, especially as many of them come from the Middle East.
Generally, almost every German I talked to agrees, even my friends with immigrant background, we can and should help, it’s possible to a certain degree, but open-door immigration will cause huge problems, especially with these insane numbers, it’s a very hot topic here right now, people are quite upset about the own government. But not only the own government, I think people demand from the European Union to make some kind of a “fair share” solution, it can not be possible that a few countries have to take the majority of refugees, because if this goes on, it’s going to end very badly.