The translated material below concerns the various ways in which “New Germans” collide with the restrictions imposed by the government in response to the Wuhan Coronavirus.
First, an article from Bild, translated by MissPiggy:
Problems in the Erzgebirge
Asylum seekers disregard the social distancing order
by Frank Selig
March 25, 2020
Schneeberg (Saxony) — The mayors of Schneeberg and Zschorlau ask Saxony’s Ministry of the Interior for help. Because many of the asylum seekers living here are not complying with social distancing restrictions.
Large groups of residents of the Schneeberg asylum centre have repeatedly been observed on excursions without good reason, the city leaders report. This would give the population the impression that the restrictions do not apply to them.
Some asylum seekers reacted to this, sometimes aggressively. For this reason, the state should, for example, establish an on-location supply as soon as possible to provide the refugee home with goods for the residents’ daily needs.
To this end, the riot police could support the police in enforcing the ban on contact.
Next come three videos. The first features an esteemed Turkish-German gentleman complaining about the closing of Shisha bars. Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
The second video shows culture-enrichers in Frankfurt who are nonchalant about the ChiCom flu and disobey the new rules by using the gymnastic facilities in a public park. Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Video transcript #1:
|0:00||Angela Merkel, make Shisha open!|
|0:03||Angela Merkel you mug|
|0:06||Make open Shisha|
|0:09||Shisha must be open, Shishas must be open|
|0:12||I like Shisha
Video transcript #2:
|00:00||I really don’t believe that there’s a coronavirus, because I think it is more like|
|00:04||a political topic or something politicians are doing. I’m not worried about it.|
|00:12||That’s why I came here to work out. —And he’s not alone. The young men here|
|00:17||on the banks of the Main in Frankfurt don’t want to give up doing sport,|
|00:21||even though using the sport equipment is prohibited. —Well, what else are we supposed to do?|
|00:25||All the gymnasiums have been closed and we’re not allowed to go anywhere. —When the police arrive,|
|00:29||the athletes quickly move away from the sport equipment. Police officers patrol the area often,|
|00:33||but just a few seconds after they leave the athletes return to their training.|
|00:37||The threat that the virus poses doesn’t appear to be real for them. —Well, Corona is afraid of me,|
|00:42||let me assure you. I can’t say anything more than that because it’s a secret. I’m not joking.
Video transcript #3:
|00:05||Anyway everyone dies, sooner or later.|
|00:08||I am not interested, this corona, whether I have it,|
|00:11||or not, if I die I really don’t care, honestly. You understand?|
|00:14||And if you infect others you don’t care either?|
|00:17||I can’t, I don’t know if I have it or not…|
|00:20||S*** corona virus…|
|00:23||Oooooh I am corona…|
|00:26||Yeah corona, “cohona”, hahaha…|
|00:29||Do you know what the rules are?|
|00:35||Makes no difference to me, if I get it, I get it.|
|00:38||I just got it, I was working short term, but it’s too dangerous for me.