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.Outstanding! The natives will be outnumbered 10-1. I hope they've got a clear idea in which way Mecca lies. If they don't, they soon will. On the plus side, they'll soon experience the benefits of Sharia. You weren't thinking the invaders were going to live under German laws, were you?
In a small concession to the villagers, Alexander Götz, a regional official from Lower Saxony, told them this week that the initial number of refugees, who start arriving on Monday and will be housed in empty office buildings, would be kept to 500, and limited to 750 in all.Ahh. Empty office buildings. Well, that's what you get when your younger generation spends time with weed and porn and avoids marriage and children. Nature abhors a vaccum and these invaders are nothing if not creatures of nature.
(Former Sumte Mayor) Mr. Schlemmer is among those concerned that extremists are exploiting widespread concerns, even in the political mainstream, over absorbing vast numbers of refugees, as the influx tests Germany’s capacity to cope.Darn those crazy extremists! Every time you allow an overwhelming number of invaders who can't speak your language and follow a religion that mandates a complete overturn of your political structures they come out of the woodwork. It's getting to be that you can't even commit cultural suicide without extremists showing up to try to stop you any more. What's this world coming to?
Sumte has no shops, no police station, no school. The initial number of arrivals was, in fact, reduced to avoid straining the local sewage system and give time for new pumps to be installed.Diversity is what makes us stronger, not shops, police stations or schools. Those are all creations of the patriarchy.
“We have zero infrastructure here for so many people,” Mr. Fabel, the mayor, said.Don't worry, Mr. Fabel. With the help of your new
|The infrastructure of the homeland. Not your homeland, Mr. Fabel, but very soon, you won't have a homeland any more so don't worry about it.|