A major fire broke out in a large housing complex in the west of Amsterdam where young military-age migrants who have just been given residency permits live alongside Dutch students. The police arrested a 27-year-old migrant living for free in the publicly-funded accommodations on suspicion of arson.
About 75 homes in the Startcomplex Riekerhaven apartment complex were set on fire, and part of the building collapsed. The fire brigade tried for hours to ensure that the fire would not spread to the other half of the block, with about sixty homes.
Although there were no human deaths or injuries, six cats and a lizard did not survive the fire. In addition, six residents had to be checked on-site by the paramedics because they had inhaled smoke, and six pet cats and a lizard were killed.
ZEER GROTE BRAND IN WONINGCOMPLEX IN DE VOETBALSTRAAT IN AMSTERDAM. pic.twitter.com/YdDwoVjOP3— Robby Hiel (@PersburoUNN) November 13, 2022
Migrants setting fire to their free tax-payer accommodations has become an established pattern in open borders Europe. Yet, shockingly, instead of migrants being held accountable for their criminal actions, European countries often reward them by setting them loose in Europe, which is likely why they set the camps on fire.
As reported previously at RAIR Foundation USA, Germany’s previous Chancellor, Angela Merkel, brought thousands of migrants into Germany from Greece after they set fire to their camp in Lesbos. Unfortunately, like many other “leaders,” she rewarded migrants with a new home instead of sending them back to their country of origin. Europe’s left-wing leaders would rather have dangerous migrants stay to dilute host cultures, ensure more votes, and help them seize power than protect their citizens.