A local German newspaper, Soester Anzeiger, released a misleading article blaming Ukrainian refugees for whining about the free food they were receiving. However, upon closer examination, sure enough, it turns out that the “Ukrainians” who are complaining are actually Muslims.
As reported previously at RAIR Foundation USA, Globalists are capitalizing on the Ukraine crisis to further their population replacement scheme, known as the Great Replacement. Islamic male migrants from third-world countries have been mixing in with the flow of Ukrainian Christian refugees, mainly women and children, to try to cross the borders and enter the European Union (EU).
While the Christian European refugees from Ukraine have been fleeing for their lives, the Muslim’s motives for going to non-Islamic countries are to install Sharia (Islamic Law). As stated in refugee expert Ann Corcoran’s book “Refugee Resettlement and the Hijra to America,” “Hijra remains the model to this day for jihadists who seek to populate and dominate new lands.” Therefore, to emigrate in the cause of Allah is considered in Islam to be a highly respected act.
“I charge you with five of what Allah has charged me with: to assemble, to listen, to obey, to immigrate and to wage Jihad for the sake of Allah” – Quote from the Hadith
The German government warned of Islamic terrorists taking advantage of the Ukrainian crisis. In response, The President of the State-Agency for the Protection of the Constitution in Thuringia, Stephan Kramer, called for Ukrainian refugees to be registered. There are no regular border controls when people enter the country from a war zone in Germany. Kramer believes that danger is not emanating from the Ukrainian refugees but possibly from terrorist organizations or organized crime.
“Islamic terrorists could take advantage of the refugee movement and the willingness of Germans to help,” said the constitutional protection officer. “For example, Islamist terrorist groups could use the lack of border controls to smuggle potential attackers into Europe without being checked,” said Kramer. “Islamic terror is not over, even if some would like us to believe that.”
Read the following translated article, “Ukrainian refugees criticize the city’s catering plans,” from the local newspaper in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany:
The war refugees from Ukraine are unsettled because the city of Werl wants to set up a catering service for the residents in the Overberg School area. A caterer is to prepare the meals for the refugees. A large tent was erected in the schoolyard for this purpose.
The Stolzenhof catering service from Lünen is to take care of the catering for the residents of the Overberg School. The city administration had already had good experiences with the caterer when the Stadthallen restaurant was closed, and Stolzenhof took over the catering until it was re-let.
“Stolzenhof is a very large and recognized caterer that offers good food,” reports Alexandra Kleine from the city administration. From the point of view of the city of Werl, the size of Stolzenhof guarantees that the services can be provided to the full extent.
The refugees are resentful of the city administration’s catering service. In addition to worrying that the food might be unedible, those of the Muslim faith are also concerned that the food will not be adequately prepared.
Ukrainian war refugees also report that the central accommodation facility (ZUE) food was not edible, and they now fear the same. For the “full board,” the money is deducted from the refugees’ social security. At that point, the stove in the communal kitchen of the Overberg School may no longer be used.
The start date has been postponed again
The dates for the start of the catering service have now been postponed twice. Originally Stolzenhof was supposed to start on April 15th. But this date was moved to May 2nd. This start has also been postponed once again. As Mayor Torben Höbrink reports, the number of war refugees is decreasing, and there are not yet enough people for the catering service.
“We’ll wait and see how the situation develops and then decide when to start,” says Höbrink. At the moment, some Ukrainian families are even returning to their homeland, and fewer war refugees are coming. “We don’t yet know what will happen after the Russian offensive,” says the mayor. To be prepared for everything, the sports hall of the former Overberg School is being prepared for more refugees from Ukraine. The municipalities expect that more war refugees may soon arrive again.
According to Alexandra Kleine, the caterer has been informed that Muslims are among the refugees. He is familiar with the special nature of food preparation. “Current plans envisage that there will be one meat dish (beef, chicken, lamb, pork) and one vegetarian dish every day. If there are many Islamic refugees, they can make adjustments. According to the current status, all meals are offered in buffet form, so that every refugee can put together the dishes themselves and choose what they prefer,” says Kleine.