Where Do We Put Them All?

Well, if we’re on the Hamburg city council, when we run out of space for the “refugees” in municipal facilities, we pass a law that allows us to confiscate private property in the city.

Many thanks to Nash Montana for translating this article from Die Welt:

Hamburg’s Capacity for Refugee Housing is Exhausted

The city can’t take in any more refugees at this time; 500 have to sleep under the open sky. The municipality decided to confiscate empty properties.

At this time Hamburg cannot take in any more refugees. For the first time since the beginning of the refugee crisis, they have exhausted their capacity, says Bjorn Domroese, the office manager for the Senator for the Interior, Michael Neumann (SPD), on Wednesday.

500 people couldn’t be accommodated last Tuesday. So they had to spend the night in front of the registration center at Harburger Poststrasse, in the open air. And on Wednesday there still was not enough room for new refugees. “At this point in time we do not see an easing of this situation,” Domroese adds. The Hamburger Abendblatt also reported on this.

Everything possible is being done to create new accommodations. Domroese tells the newspaper, “It could be as early as tomorrow that everything will be better.” Tuesday 600 refugees were registered, but only 100 could be housed at the registration center in containers and tents.

The night before Thursday bore similar concerns for the municipal office of the interior. Employees were asked to bring in sleeping bags and serve hot drinks. At the beginning of the week, there were between 400 and 500 new refugees arriving in the city daily, and at the moment there are about 30,000 registered refugees in Hamburg.

Using Properties Even Against the Will of the Owners?

The Hamburg municipality took the first step towards the confiscation of empty properties and using them for the refugees. In a first session, a majority of the parliament decided on Wednesday for the “Law for the security of refugee accommodations in camps”.

The final submission of the new bill occurred on Thursday, because the CDU, AfD and FDP had impeded a second session in the Parliament. The final voting resulted in 81 in favor and 37 against. It is therefore the will of the SPD, the Green Party and the Left, that Hamburg has the green light to confiscate properties even against the will of the owners of said properties. This is to prevent the refugees from having to live in tents during winter. The FDP has said they will take legal action against this decision.

Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) states that throughout Germany there were more than 270,000 refugees coming into the country in the month of September alone — greatly surpassing the number of refugees during the entire year of 2014.

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Photo caption:

In Hamburg-Bergedorf, refugees slept on the street to protest conditions, whereas in Hamburg-Harburg refugees are sleeping on the street because they have no other choice.

19 thoughts on “Where Do We Put Them All?

  1. I have to think on Luis Bunuels Viridiana.

    Viridiana (…) collects some beggars and installs them in an outbuilding. She devotes herself to the moral education and feeding of this motley group (…)

    When Viridiana and Jorge leave for a couple of days to take care of some business, the paupers break into the house. At first, they just want to look around. Faced with such bounty though, they degenerate into a drunken, riotous bunch, partying to the strains of Handel’s Messiah. Posing for a photo around the table, the beggars resemble the figures in Da Vinci’s Last Supper.

    The rightful owners return earlier than expected to find the house in a shambles. The miscreants excuse themselves one by one and leave. Jorge confronts one of them, who pulls a knife. When the man assaults Viridiana, Jorge tries to rescue her, but another beggar strikes him in the head with a bottle, knocking him out. As Viridiana resists sexual assault, Jorge regains consciousness. He has been tied up, but manages to bribe one beggar into killing the would-be rapist. The police finally arrive.

  2. Perhaps the fascists who have no qualms in confiscating private property to salve their conscience concerning those who should not even be in the country could put some of those nice ‘refugees’ up at their house – what! None of them wish to lead by example?

    Fascists, Nazi’s, and totalitarian hypocrites!

    • It would be interesting to know how many of the second and third homes of the political social and media elite are suddenly occupied when the spotlight of availability for ‘migrants’ falls on them. A good story for a budding German investigative journalist maybe?

  3. I got an idea.

    Why don’t the morons of the Hamburg city council get out the checkbook, go down to the lumberyards and hardware stores, buy lumber, building materials, and tools and have the barbarian invaders start building shelters in the city parks?

    Maybe then, enough Germans will wake up and realize to what their government is doing to them?

    • Harry, you are Horrible indeed! Fancy even imagining putting carpentry and joinery implements into the hands of such people. They’d be all tooled up for dismembering and crucifying the local populace.

      • That might help with the wake up call, too.

        I have always wondered why they needed labor at refugee camps. All they should need are some (armed) supervisors who speak the language to supervise the refugees while THEY do the work.

        Same thing here. Tools, materials, and ARMED supervisors. And lock the tools up at the end of the day.

        • When I look at the filth that surrounds these people I am amazed.
          During the Iraq war I read a blog by a fairly wealthy woman living in Baghdad that was lamenting about the refuse surrounding her neighborhood. I suggested that she start a neighborhood movement to collect the trash and garbage and place it in a bomb crater thereby getting it off the streets.
          She banned me…

    • The best idea i’ve heard so far.Along with conrabutions from Muslim owned charities.

      Then again the more money is thrown at this, the more they will continue to come in…Two edged sword.

      UN estimates 1 million per year. (CNN report from 2 weeks ago)

      • I think it is up to 1.5 million and increasing.

        If I lived in a cesspit like the ME, I’d be trying to score German welfare, too. Heck, I live in the US, and I’m tempted. I don’t need much. German welfare checks, and a Eurail card, and I could have a grand time backpacking and bicycling around Europe.

    • Nails it, IMHO cultural differences by most Muslims prevent and almost prohibit assimilation into any Western nation. In the long run to their loss.

      • They can’t assimilate into any non-muslim nation.
        The muslims(Hui) in China and India have been there for more than 1,300 years and they identify themselves as muslims first before identifying themselves as Chinese or Indian respectively.

  4. What the private property owning Germans should do is discover Atlas Shrugged. They should burn down their properties, or otherwise make them uninhabitable even for Muslims, although given the usual living conditions of most of these barbarians, that would be hard to match. Of course, someone might object: But that would only bring down the wrath of the state and they’d wind up in German prisons to be persecuted by all the criminal Muslims there! Well, which is preferable? Being destroyed by the state, or self-destruction? At least the one choice is within one’s power. And submitting to the German state now and submitting to Islam are one and the same. Are the Germans and the Swedes and the Danes and Norwegians capable of revolting against the state, or are they so brainwashed by their state education and the news media that they’re incapable of even thinking it? Since when is preserving one’s life and property evidence of “Islamophobia” or “racism”?

  5. “It is therefore the will of the SPD, the Green Party and the Left, that Hamburg has the green light to confiscate properties even against the will of the owners of said properties.” That’s democracy folks, you get what you vote for – or don’t vote for.

  6. Those who voted in favour of this ;aw must be the firwst to have their property seized for these migrants. LEt them walk the talk. They want to take away peoples property, let them lead by example

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