In the Dutch town of Ter Apel, near the German border, a massively overcrowded refugee and migrant camp are causing frustration and dangerous conditions for the locals. In the small town of only 10,000 inhabitants, there are almost 3,000 refugees and migrants, primarily military-age African males.
“We say genuine refugees are welcome, like the people from Ukraine or the people fleeing Islamic terrorism, but these are young African men we can no longer tolerate,” explains a town resident. Also, “their different cultural origins are a source of trouble and problems. So time and again, violence erupts.”
There has been an increase in thefts, home invasions, violence, intimidation, and unauthorized camping throughout Ter Apel, explains locals. Meanwhile, while the town is being destroyed and families live in fear, the migrants have protested their living conditions.
The camp, designed for 2,000 people, is so overcrowded that hundreds of illegals sleep outside. Local politicians are calling on the government to initiate a redistribution of the illegal, as more are arriving daily. But, instead of “redistributing” the illegals, why are they not deporting people not actually in need of asylum?
Not only will the illegals not be sent home, but the Dutch military has been tasked with building a new camp in Ter Apel to house people awaiting registration of their “asylum” applications. Meanwhile, the taxpaying local citizen’s fears and safety concerns are ignored, while Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte continues to live with armed guards protecting him around the clock.