Tensions are rising in Europe as more and more Muslims enter. There have been reports of an increase in crime. And with the New Year’s sexual assaults and several migrant-related murders, the Europeans are becoming uneasy.
As I reported, there is a group in Finland that has taken to the streets. They have begun to patrol to ward off migrant crime. And in Germany, some are letting their feelings about the migrant policy be known.
The Washington Times reports:
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Onlookers cheered as a suspected arson fire damaged a planned refugee center in eastern Germany early Sunday, police said.
No one was injured in the fire, but some people gathering outside the building expressed “unashamed joy” while the roof burned, Bautzen police said, The Associated Press reported.
The people of Bautzen actually came together to cheer and celebrate as the migrant center burned. They are not ashamed that they feel this way; they did nothing to hide their feelings. And why should they?
The Times continued:
The incident comes amid heightened tensions in Germany over the registration of more than a million asylum-seekers from Syria last year. Opponents have staged protests in front of the refugee homes, which have reported seeing a surge in violence, AP reported.
And Breitbart reports:
Deutsche Welle says that several people at the scene hindered firefighters who were trying to tackle the blaze, with three people expelled from the area and two taken into police custody.
Though these people wanted the center to burn to the ground, they may have hindered the firemen enough for the building to be entirely useless. But, this trend could be on a downward spiral. From complaint, to protest, to fires being set.
How long before people begin getting hurt?
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