So how’s that multicultural thing working out for you, Mrs. Merkel?
Actually, the esteemed Chancellor just said that Multiculturalism is a sham. So it’s not like she expects it to work out or anything. But I’ll bet the German people wish that she had come to this conclusion before she invited in a million new culture-enrichers — and counting.
The following news report describes a brawl between Syrians and Eritreans at an asylum center in Hamburg. The only solution the authorities could find was to separate the two ethnic groups — they moved the Eritreans out.
In other words, they are establishing the new multicultural utopia in Germany by creating official ethnic ghettoes. Eritreans have to live in one place, and Syrians in another, or else they will kill each other.
This sort of thing is not rocket science — anybody could have told them what would happen. Anyone, that is, except for sociologists and politicians — or Integration Minister Aydan Ozoguz, who happens to be a Turk.
Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
|0:00||… in the hundreds are proceeding to the refugee home at 14:00 hours,|
|0:06||a unique procedure, since the police are going to act as relocation helpers.|
|0:10||The move is meant to prevent new violence. Those who are relocated on the weekend|
|0:16||were responsible for causing disturbances; 32 young Eritrean men will have to leave.|
|0:21||We see to it that groups who show themselves to be violent, will be spatially separated,|
|0:28||and we then disperse them among various other locations.|
|0:32||Yesterday evening a mass brawl broke out between Eritreans and Syrians.|
|0:36||Up to 80 people were facing off with laths and rods.|
|0:41||Eight people, among them five employees, were injured.|
|0:45||The police showed up with 35 squad cars.|
|0:48||At various locations there were various disagreements, but we have pinpointed a group|
|0:53||of Eritreans as the ones responsible. We tried to talk to them;|
|0:57||they’re highly aggressive, and that’s why the police had to make use of pepper spray.|
|1:03||The police arrested twelve persons. The reason? Conceivably inane.|
|1:07||That evening there was a scuffle in a waiting line. A 24-year-old Eritrean reacted with|
|1:12||repeated aggression; he therefore had to be relocated.|
|1:17||Thereupon a group of Eritreans formed and started to attack the security personnel.|
|1:22||And that led to the Syrians showing solidarity against the security personnel, and that’s how,|
|1:29||Well, you can say, a mass brawl broke out.|
|1:32||600 refugees from four different nations are living here in this former school.|
|1:36||The concept of housing this diversity is something the manager wants to maintain.|
|1:42||Just now that weekend, a soccer team from […] was playing soccer with|
|1:49||refugees from Eritrea, Syria and from Afghanistan.|
|1:53||So, really most of the time the people are getting along with each other.|
|1:58||In the morning another twenty Eritreans will be relocated. The young Africans|
|2:02||are seen as underdogs among the refugees. They have already seen and experienced|
|2:06||high grades of violence where they come from.