The above photo presents startling visual proof of the absolute lunacy that is currently abroad in Germany (and elsewhere in the West, especially Sweden). It’s not just that it’s obvious to anyone on this side of the asylum wall that these heavily bearded broad-shouldered fellows are full-grown men. And it’s not even that some of them are probably pushing middle age.
It’s that the German officials in the photo can smile at the camera and keep a straight face while they say the word “kinder” and hand these cute li’l fellows a sugar cone for their morning treat. As if they’re totally unaware of the ghastly reality of what they’re dealing with. And maybe they are.
The following commentary from Achgut (Henryk Broder’s Die Achse des Guten) refers to the photo and an article on the “refugee children” who are beginning their school routine. Many thanks to Egri Nök for the translation:
Bewildered School Satchel-Carriers, Happy Indigenes
by Wolfram Ackner
March 10, 2017
I just cannot get over the photo of a young group of men in this article. The accompanying text says: “For these unaccompanied refugee children, their daily learning routine in a DaZ [German as a Second Language] class starts with sugar cones.”
What do we know about these men? Some of them surely fought in a war, with a 50kg military satchel on their back. Now these men arrive in Germany, full of hope for safety, prosperity, and sexual permissiveness — and suddenly, there are these absurd indigenes standing before them, with happy sheepish faces, trying to put school satchels on them.
As an archaic Saxon, I can relate to the hurt pride of these men. We Saxons, too — just like many of these tribes — from around the times of Mohammed on, went out into the world to exploit new settlement areas.