According to German press, an incident occurred in a home for Asylum seekers in Bautzen. The residence housed over 300 refugees. A “suspicious” fire broke out at the house, engulfing the entire structure in flames:
Local Germans reacted to the fire in the most unusual way. The Germans cheered for the fire, they even interfered with firefighters in an effort to keep the housing complex burning. The police said the local residents showed “blatant” joy that the refugee residence was burning. They were also accused of making derogatory statements about the refugees.
2 out of a drunken mob of 20 – 30 people were arrested. Now the cause of the fire is under investigation and considered suspicious. It’s too early to jump to conclusions, but it definitely raises suspicion when you have a mob of drunken people cheering for a burning building.
Regardless if you agree with their methods, the reaction from the mob is not surprising. Germans have been treated like second class citizens, as their population has been endlessly victimized to help Syrian refugees. While I can understand the need and desire to help those in need, I cannot understand why you’d jeopardize your population to do it.
A country is a group of people living and working together to contribute and flourish. A country should always take care of its own citizens before considering others. A country should never jeopardize its native population to assist another.
America, at one point in time, was a shining light for the world. We will never be that shining light of the world, if we poison ourselves with poor decisions regarding Syrian refugees. We have no way of identifying ISIS members that are trying to sneak in with them. What makes helping these people worth so much that governments are willing to risk the lives of their own citizens?
More and more people are rising up against the refugees. Governments will try to silence them, but as you can see, it just builds and builds and eventually it bursts out in demonstrations like this. Germans are no more or less human than any other race of people. To see a group of them get so angry that they would actually cheer for someone’s house burning just goes to show you how bad the Syrian Refugee Crisis is getting.