It looks like Germans have had enough of Angela Merkel’s ‘refugees’ and are now fighting back. Do you think they went too far or do you think this just shows they can’t take it anymore?
By Jacob Bojessonn
Politicians are worried after two incidents in the German state of Saxony, where people are increasingly voicing their opposition against refugees.
A planned refugee shelter in the state was set ablaze Saturday. Police say between 20 and 30 people cheered on Saturday as a planned refugee shelter caught ablaze. They even tried to block firefighters from subduing the flames
Attacks on refugee centers have become a daily occurrence in Germany. A total of 924 acts of violence against the shelters were recorded in 2015, compared to 199 in 2014. A shift in mentality can be seen in the way people now openly support these acts.
A bus of refugees got an unpleasant welcome to the county of Rechenberg-Bienenmühle, where about 100 people tried to block their arrival to a refugee shelter Thursday. Locals shouted “We are the people!” and “Go home!” while the refugees were seen crying on the bus.
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Now women cannot even go to the train station without fearing for their lives because of the migrants that are there. It’s so risky it’s been dubbed ‘the terminus of fear’.
Hordes of drunk, predatory migrants have turned an Austrian train station into a ‘no-go zone’ for local women, who dub the station ‘The Terminus of Fear’.
Linz Station has become a gathering point for migrants rejected by Germany at the border a few miles away – drawn to its free internet, cheap drink, fast-food joints and heated passenger halls as they calculate their next move.
But pack mentality has set in, creating a ‘Cologne-light’ mentality, which sees women subjected to having their breasts and buttocks grabbed and the alcohol-fuelled men try to steal kisses, all the while slurring lewd sexual insults in pidgin German.
The men fight, they fall down, the vomit, they defecate in the bushes on the greensward outside the station entrance, women told MailOnline.
One woman interviewed by MailOnline outside was too frightened to give her name. But in terse sentences, delivered in the staccato of a firing machine gun, she said: ‘Come here at night? I would rather order a taxi straight to hell.
‘What’s it like? It is terrible. Fearful. I would say shameful. They are predators, they are drunk and they are all over the place.
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