Germany’s Lesson to Migrants: Torch your camps in Greece – ‘We’ve got room!’ (Video)
- Posted by Amy Mek
- On September 23, 2020
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- Angela Merkel, Germany, Greece, Illegal Migration, Lesbos, Markus Söder, Migrant invasion, Migrants, Miró Wolsfeld, Samos
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Bavarian Premier Markus Söder have agreed to bring thousands of “displaced” migrants into Germany from Greece. The decision comes after dangerous illegal migrants set fire to their camp in Lesbos, Greece. The leaders chose to reward the migrant with a new home in Germany.
Not surprisingly, within days another migrant camp in Greece went up in flames. Will Chancellor Merkel and Premier Söder extend invitations to them also?
Watch the following RAIR Foundation USA exclusively translated video of independent German journalist, Miró Wolsfeld, discussing German leaders suicidal decision:
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Thank you to Miss Piggy for the following translation:
It looks like Merkel and Söder [Governor of Bavaria] want to reward refugee camps being torched and are trying to create a second 2015. Markus Söder said, “I just believe Germany has no problem taking an increased number of people, especially young children and their family members.” Young children and their family members? Is this who he’s talking about? Capacities are already completely exhausted. And now with Corona, Germany is totally screwed for the next couple of years. But hey, there’s still room! It’s totally perverted how many people are here. About 100 people going up and down the stairs for a 400 square foot apartment. [Chant] “We have room” [Sign] “Evacuate the camp in Greece.” Even Merkel is totally enthusiastic about this plan and wants to continue taking in even more illegal migrants. How many? That’s not quite clear. It wasn’t very long after Merkel and Söder made their invitation to the first arsonists that the next refugee camp started to burn on the Island of Samos. The absurdity picks up speed when those responsible for bringing them into those camps start to whine about it (Cut to commercial) Right now I’m on Lesbos, in the so-called “Zone”. People are suffering here. They have no hope. They told me that they are afraid of the police and that children aren’t able to go to school. (Narrator) No school? No future? Inhumane living conditions? That all could be avoided by not sending out false promises to thousands of illegal migrants and luring them to Europe. It would have been better to help them where they came from. Apparently, no one can come up with such a plan, except, oddly enough, one conservative aid organization. (Advert from aid group) —Clearly, helping refugees in their country of origin is the only way to help those who truly need it. More people can be helped in their country of origin with less effort. (Narrator) Anyone critical of making false promises to thousands of migrants and bringing them to the EU is blocked right away. So what have we learned? Helping refugees in their countries of origin is racist. It’s more humane to uproot them from their home country, lure them to Europe with false promises so the already exhausted resources are completely destroyed. But hey, we’ve got room. (Road chants) “We’ve got room! We’ve got room!”