Skip to comments.Germany’s Intifada
Posted on 08/01/2008 6:09:34 AM PDT by Victory111
First it was France, and now Germany.
German authorities are reporting that, within their cities, areas now exist where police fear to tread. In many German urban areas drug dealing, theft, brawls, and assaults on police officers are the order of the day. The problem is becoming so severe police scarcely dare enter some quarters except in strength, while in others they concentrate on their own safety first.
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The joys of multiculturalism! Not only are you throwing Islam into the mix, you’ve also got a wonderful addition of Turks and Arabs at war with each other, as well!! It adds quite the interesting angle, doesn’t it?
No doubt they have made a wonderful addition to the German towns and hamlets that must truly amuse the native inhabitants.
I think the Germans have experience leveling places they don’t like.
In history the Germans levelled all the wrong places, and after being levelled by us, they don’t level things anymore, but fawn for a Kenyan Indonesian man named Barry O.
German riot police are a sight to behold — well-trained, organized, effective, and nobody screams “my civil rights were violated” after they’re done (or, at least nobody listens to them).
Good luck with that.
They must train at the same place as their passport "police." I was very tempted to set off an international incident when a passport official in Frankfurt screwed up his face into a terrible scowl when he saw my U.S. passport, then literally threw it back at me. He did the same with every American in line. The Germans hate us but not single one threw my money back at me when I did business with them.
Sorry you had that experience. But, no, that isn't the case. Germany has a specially trained federal riot unit. You can always see them in action in the news when there's a G8 summit in Germany. All other local riot units get training and assistance from them, and IIRC most polizei have to serve time in a riot unit.
The border patrol does the same with Germans, too. They´re unfriendly. If I were in charge, I´d order them to greet everyone with a smile and a “welcome to Germany”. They should behave as if they served the people, and not themselves.
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