Monday, September 5, 2016

A Day in the Life of a German Immigration Worker

As you know by now, German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s political party suffered a stinging defeat in an election in her home district yesterday. As everyone understood, the people were repudiating her immigration policy.

To commemorate that event and to provide a picture of the everyday life of those Germans who are dealing with the refugee surge that Merkel engineered, I provide the YouTube video where a woman who works at the government refugee center testifies to her experience dealing with Merkel’s invading army. (hat tip to S/M)

The woman is speaking German, but the video is subtitled. The language is crude, but there is no other way to render the experience of being permanently assaulted (verbally and emotionally) by people who are supposedly seeking asylum and who have obviously never learned the meaning of gratitude.

So, here’s a day in the life:

1 comment:

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

I'm so glad we're letting iso many of these Syrian "refugees" into America. Angela and Obama can afford to be compassionate, especially when they are insulated from the impact on the middle class areas the refugees are relocated to. More diversity, please.