If Angela Merkel and her cabinet continue to have their way, Germany could welcome in over 1 million refugees by the end of 2015, spending $28 billion and toppling their economy in a potentially irreparable political move.
Although their politicians are painfully ignorant, it appears as though the German people have sensed the urgency to preserve their nation and way of life, and the actions they’ve taken against their government and the hordes of Muslim migrants infiltrating their country should be a motivational lesson to us all.
German newspaper MDR reports that a building in Wertheim meant to house busloads of migrants and refugees has been burned down.
— MDR aktuell (@MDRaktuell) September 20, 2015
“No more refugees will come to [the town of] Wertheim, as there is no additional emergency accommodation,” Hermann Schroeder from the Baden-Wuerttemberg state government said.
The asylum center that was furnished to house at least 400 migrants now lies in ruins.
The town of 22,000 has already had 600 illegals imported into their community, and civilians are desperate to stop their government from forcing them to take more.
Although police believe it is a case of arson, they haven’t brought in any suspects. However, the plan seems to have worked, because authorities have now refused to settle any more refugees or migrants within the city.
Fortunately, no one was in the building at the time of the fire, but police are still searching for suspects.
Although taxpayers will be stuck with the cost of reparations and loss from the fires, it is a small price to pay when saving a community from thousands of welfarers and menaces to society. In fact, over 80 percent of the Syrian refugees aren’t even from Syria, and 72 percent are young, aggressive Muslim men.
The German people are sending a clear message to their government — they do not want to accommodate a group of people who refuse to assimilate, make outrageous demands, and endanger their neighborhoods.
If only their politicians had listened, Germans might not feel the need to take such measures when revolting against their government.