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German Village of 102 to Get 750 Refugees

German Village of 102 to Get 750 Refugees

This will not end well.

The small German village of Sumte has approximately 100 local residents but is now slated to receive 750 refugees from Syria and other countries. How is this supposed to work? If you lived in a one bedroom apartment, would you volunteer to take in seven permanent house guests?

Andrew Higgins reports at the New York Times:

German Village of 102 Braces for 750 Asylum Seekers

SUMTE, Germany — This bucolic, one-street settlement of handsome redbrick farmhouses may for the moment have many more cows than people, but next week it will become one of the fastest growing places in Europe. Not that anyone in Sumte is very excited about it.

In early October, the district government informed Sumte’s mayor, Christian Fabel, by email that his village of 102 people just over the border in what was once Communist East Germany would take in 1,000 asylum seekers.

His wife, the mayor said, assured him it must be a hoax. “It certainly can’t be true” that such a small, isolated place would be asked to accommodate nearly 10 times as many migrants as it had residents, she told him. “She thought it was a joke,” he said.

But it was not. Sumte has become a showcase of the extreme pressures bearing down on Germany as it scrambles to find shelter for what, by the end of the year, could be well over a million people seeking refuge from poverty or wars in Africa, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere.

The people interviewed in this video report don’t seem too concerned:

Eastern Europe is also overwhelmed. US News and World Report recently posted this story:

Refugees flood into Slovenia ahead of European crisis summit; EU plan slammed as ‘impossible’

A day before a European summit on the migrant crisis, Slovenia’s president demanded immediate action from the EU and tempers flared at one overcrowded refugee center as thousands more asylum-seekers poured into the tiny Alpine nation.

European nations have been criticized for being slow to react as hundreds of thousands of people seeking safety pour in through Greece and Italy. But a draft plan submitted to the countries coming to the Sunday summit in Brussels, sent by European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker, was already drawing strong opposition.

Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said the EU plan urges countries not to “wave” asylum-seekers across their borders without consulting with their neighbors.

“That is impossible. Whoever wrote this does not understand how things work and must have just woken up from a months-long sleep,” he said Saturday.

This issue isn’t limited to Europe. Many cities in Turkey are experiencing the same thing.

The Hurriyet Daily News reports:

Number of Syrian refugees rivaling locals in 10 Turkish cities

The number of Syrian refugees in 10 cities across Turkey now rivals the population of local residents and even outnumbers it in one city, a senior Turkish official has told the Hürriyet Daily News.

“In at least 10 cities, the number of Syrian refugees now constitutes a sizable portion of the city,” the official said during a meeting with a small group of journalists on Aug. 15.

The official specifically referred to the town of Kilis in the southeast near Turkey’s border with Syria, which he described as a “Syrian city” in terms of population. “The local population is 108,000 and the number of refugees is 110,000,” he said.

A relatively small portion of the Syrian refugees in Turkey are in 25 camps across 10 cities. The remainder tries to make a living in cities, many in very harsh conditions.

How is this sustainable?

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The math isn’t going to work with that one. More likely there will be 102 dead residents unless they flee to another part of their country.

Ah…”there goes the neighborhood”. The town will understand the meaning of Islam…”submission”.

Interesting. I wonder if a situation like this will create a bit of a bunker mentality in the residents and lead to them launching attacks on these people, or if they’ll all move and burn the place to the ground beforehand, or what. I’m just guessing there will be a lot of fear around there. To have people from another nation and culture suddenly land in your town, and to have them outnumber you 7 to 1, certainly has to be unnerving.

If she keeps this up, Merkel will find herself deposed.

Hard to comprehend European leaders committing cultural/economic suicide:

“Islam is coming to take over Germany whether you want it or not…not through war but by the fact that Germans don’t reproduce and Muslims have 7-8 children each…but not only that, your daughters will marry bearded Muslims and wear the hijab, their sons will wear a beard! The Muslims will have four wives and 27 children and what does the German man have? One child and maybe a little pet dog! The German has taken advantage of the Muslim for too long, just so he can drive his Mercedes… now Islam is coming and your daughters will wear the hijab! Ha! I can see the look of hate in your eyes!”
http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/10/caught-on-video-german-muslim-islam-is-coming-and-your-daughters-will-wear-the-hijab/

    Radegunda in reply to clafoutis. | November 1, 2015 at 5:16 pm

    It would be hard to comprehend if not for three factors:

    1. The arrogance of the ruling class, with their smug confidence that they can manage what has never yet been successfully done.

    2. The ruling elites’ hostility to self-government and to local loyalties and tradition. They want to rule the world, which requires breaking down any sense of solidarity among specific people groups. Making people distrustful of their neighbors is a key to allowing heavy-handed rule over the populace.

    3. The misplaced guilt that’s been cultivated by Western leftists for a couple of generations now. The ruling classes have been conditioned to believe that it’s a great injustice for their societies to be more prosperous than others. They don’t suggest that other people ought to learn how to create better societies for themselves, because the sense of guilt is accompanied by condescension: It must the the Western elites who give better things to those who failed to create them.

It’s Serbia and “Kosovo” all over again. So, who will the social activists support? The natives or their replacements?

Also, what of the people and wasteland they left behind in what is left of Syria, Libya, Yemen, Iraq, etc.?

It’s fortunate that Russia, Iran, and China have accepted the leadership role, and Asssad was not assassinated a la Gaddafi. They may save the Europeans from their duplicitous leaders, and the natives in the Middle East from Nobel laureates and social activism.

Bears some resemblance to the destruction of small farming communities in Central California.

    Observer in reply to Anonamom. | November 1, 2015 at 1:21 pm

    Que significa eso? No somos musulmanes. Somos “Dreamers.” (Of course, we’re dreaming about the same thing the Muslims are: taking your wealth, and taking over your countries).

Eastwood Ravine | November 1, 2015 at 1:27 pm

What’s really scary is that even of the refugees won’t have the right to vote, their numbers so exceed the native population that they could give themselves the right to vote.

The Rule of Law is crumbling to Mob Rule everywhere.

    Sammy Finkelman in reply to Eastwood Ravine. | November 1, 2015 at 4:02 pm

    This is not intended to be anybody’s permanent home. It’s more like 23 office buildings converted into hotels.

    They still won’t find enough place even after they scour all of Germany for usable empty buildings with plumbing because more are coming and the only way to avoid it is more dead children drowning.

    They have to get them out of there. Anybody with a place to go – and many have a place – has to be allowed to go there without delay, or to find a place, or they’ll be punishing themselves.

Sammy Finkelman | November 1, 2015 at 3:58 pm

There are 23 empty office buildings there, in Sumte, just east of the old East German border, built by a debt-collection company that went bankrupt. (?!)

They are now to be converted into a refugee hotel (holding camp) Many people will cycle through it.

    Ragspierre in reply to Sammy Finkelman. | November 1, 2015 at 4:09 pm

    I hope they’ll ring their bells or honk their horns…

    They need to cycle their butts back to Syria.

      Milhouse in reply to Sanddog. | November 1, 2015 at 10:02 pm

      Excuse me? There’s a war going on there. What would you do if you were there? You are exactly the sort of monster who refused to accept Jewish refugees from Europe in the 1930s and during WW2. You are Lord Moyne asking “What would we do with a million Jews?”, and deciding that it’s more convenient to let them burn.

        The two situations are not comparable. The refugee crisis was created and is perpetuated by the same people who progressed the conflicts and then ignored the fallout for politically opportunistic reasons, and now they offer to exacerbate the consequences of their supposed good intentions. Without the intervention of Russia, the people and the land these social activists left behind would be dead and a wasteland, respectively. The refugees would be permanently dispossessed, and the Europeans natives would be permanently displaced.

        That said, there is also the moral failure of the same activists as they casually normalize or promote the selective-child policy under the pro-choice doctrine that legalized and rationalized the premeditated killing of several million native lives annually in Europe, America, etc. It’s almost as if they are engaged in a eugenics protocol to make room for a replacement population.

          Milhouse in reply to n.n. | November 2, 2015 at 6:53 pm

          When it comes to the refugees themselves, and Sanddog’s callous comment that they should go back to Syria, the two situations are exactly the same. What grand political machinations caused the war to go as it has done is one thing; but it remains undisputable that people fleeing from there are genuine refugees who are entitled to the same humanity that all refugees deserve. Sanddog’s response is indistinguishable from Moyne’s. And in the end Moyne got exactly what he deserved.

        forksdad in reply to Milhouse. | November 2, 2015 at 7:06 pm

        Let’s get one thing straight. They are not refugees from war. They were in Turkey. You know a giant country with lots of empty space and no war?

        They are economic migrants coming for the freebies. Turkey could have kept them all and it Germany could have paid a tenth of what it’s going to pay.

        But the elites in nearly every western country hate their common man. They want a multicultural society like say Yugoslavia that never had any problems. This will lead to war and blood. This will lead to crime and imposition of de facto sharia law in European cities.

        Those that are Syrian could simply park their happy asses in Turkey until was over. No, they want that mama Merkel payout.

Subotai Bahadur | November 1, 2015 at 5:14 pm

Just came back from a visit to one of the older stores here in town, a farm market type place which is run by a German woman in her 70’s. Her 80 year old sister still lives in a small town in Germany, which has been subject to the Muslim invasion.

The sister no longer drives, so she walked to the store about a week ago, did her shopping [the grocery store delivers] and decided to walk back home instead of taking public transportation, because the weather was so nice. She soon noticed that she was being followed by 2 Muslim males. After a while, feeling afraid she went into a bar she was passing [not normal behavior because the sister is tee-total] and went to the bar owners wife and asked for help. She was shuffled into the back room, while the 2 Muslim males entered the bar, one standing by the entrance door, and one taking position outside the ladies room. The owner’s wife smuggled the woman out the back door and she got away.

The next day, the TV news showed both those Muslims arrested for raping a 77 year old woman later in the day after following my friend’s sister.

The German government does not care what happens to their people. I’m pretty sure that we will see if the German people care what happens to themselves, and what their reaction will be. I’m giving about even odds they will submit. And I am hoping I am wrong. Which side the German government will come down on is less questionable. Muslims are politically correct for now.

    Radegunda in reply to Subotai Bahadur. | November 1, 2015 at 5:27 pm

    “Muslims are politically correct for now.” — ahead of gays, women, blacks, etc.

    The UK Daily Mail recently had a story about a black woman in England who cursed out some Muslim women on a bus. The authors described it as a vile “racist” attack — so now it’s possible for black people to be racist, but only if they’re critical of Muslims (who of course are not a “race”).

    It was not clear what prompted the tirade, but it’s certainly possible, perhaps likely, that the Muslimas did something to provoke the black woman. Doesn’t matter, though. Nowadays, Muslims are the default victims in any confrontation. Even when Muslims attack non-Muslims, our cultural elites start fretting about a “backlash” against the poor, poor Muslims.

The problem of all these Moooslums invading the West shows that Western systems have moved away from the republican form of government in which the popular will has great–but not complete–control. My guess it that the EU has been particularly influential.

That said, thanks to W. and then to Barky, we have something like 50% more Muslims since 9/11. We can’t blame the EU.

Henry Hawkins | November 1, 2015 at 7:50 pm

Did Merkel comment on the effect refugees were having on her own neighborhood? What’s that you say? There are none in her neighborhood? Oh, that cannot be. She has such a generous heart….

    forksdad in reply to Henry Hawkins. | November 2, 2015 at 7:14 pm

    Mama Merkel who takes selfies with these ‘child’ refugees? None in her neighborhood? Hard to believe. The elites of most Western nations hate the common man and have nothing but contempt for their own culture. They mouth magic dirt platitudes and expect this bunch to act different than the car burning, raping, murdering, thieving bunches they have been letting in for the last couple decades. The last time the Germans got pissed at an Ethnic minority they killed how many people? And these were Jews. Not burning cars in the streets, not robbing, not raping, not assaulting people or insisting they live by Jewish law. Wait until they get pissed at this bunch of invaders.

    If you hear the sound of something breaking it’s Holger Dansk waking up and his stone table shattering. Then we’ll see what Merkel has bought Europe so she can feel superior. Getting German’s pissed off at ethnic minorities has ended so well.

No, this is going to end great. It will turn out exactly as it was meant to turn out – as a complete success!

Oh, you meant for the villagers? Oh, yeah, it will not end well for them. The crime rate will be the first indicator. I expect it to increase faster and further than in any other place in Europe.

buckeyeminuteman | November 2, 2015 at 9:27 am

We spent a nearly insurmountable amount of blood and treasure to save Europe from itself. And for what? There’s no saving them from themselves this time.

American Human | November 2, 2015 at 1:03 pm

T’aint sustainable. There need be no draft plans, just a shutting of the door. Inform them they need to go to Jordan or Iran or Saudi Arabia etc. Volunteer $$ to help but stop letting them in. Political Correctness will soon be rendering Europe into something unrecognizable.

There is still no accounting for the several thousand missing refugees. I expect this was pre-planned and they are meeting up at an illegal arms depot to get armed and start their European Intafada.

Guns and sprayers with pigs blood and they will be fine.

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