The German TV channel ZDF broadcasted a documentary that shows what kind of conflicts there are between immigrants and refugees that arrive from Islamic and non-western countries. Usually, I wouldn’t suggest to watch a TV broadcast from ZDF as they are often biased against German citizens, but over the last time they started to report more about conflicts that they denied previously, maybe because it’s no longer possible to hide the facts.
This documentary is about conflicts between immigrants or refugees, not so much about conflicts between them and German citizens, anyways, it gives you an impression what kind of effect this has on German citizens as well. The documentary is about people who arrive in Germany with the idea that their ideology stands above the German constitution, and the documentary does question if we Germans are maybe too tolerant towards immigrants from non-western and Islamic regions, and the documentary implies that we might be too tolerant because of the terrible history of Germany.
The title of this post is quoted out of the documentary, one of the well-integrated immigrants said “Tolerance ends when there is no tolerance shown towards me”, and he thinks that we should make every refugee understand that if they want to stay, they have to accept our system of values, and if they don’t, they should think about leaving the country. I couldn’t agree more, and that is not only what German citizens demand, but also all those immigrants that do want to live in peace in Germany too.
If you are interested to see the documentary, it’s with English subtitles, the German language might be distracting for you, but I do still highly advise to watch it, it’s a good documentary about tolerance, and that we are too tolerant, that there is no real system in effect to integrate those that want to have a chance in Germany, that there are many people who don’t accept the basic rights in our democracy, about parallel justice, and how the regulated Canadian immigration act compares to the unregulated German mass immigration, and that Germany could do a better job to explain new citizens that they have rights but also duties.
Note: Some stranger uploaded the video, I am not sure for how long it will be uploaded, it might be deleted due to copyright issues at some point. Also, by sharing the video here, I do suggest this particular video, and I can not verify any other video of the person nor does it mean that I agree with all other uploaded videos of the account holder.