German politicians should be ashamed, not of the their countrymen, mind you, but of themselves. They should be ashamed of their own treasonous, treacherous actions in bringing down their own country — allowing a hostile invading force to overtake their state and their security.
Unlike the hostile invaders, these protesters were not raping, robbing or attacking, they were making their concerns known. Merkel continues to bring in tens of thousands — does she really believe that the people will give up their hearth, home, security and way of life without so much as a protest?
Of course the chants are going louder. I have posted previous videos of quiet demos of concerned citizens attempting a blockade of buses with migrants coming into their towns. Nothing was done.
Here is coverage from the Muslim migrants’ paper of record, The Guardian:
“Mob chanting at bus of refugees in Germany shames politicians,” Guardian, February 19, 2016
German politicians say they are ashamed after a video emerged of an angry mob harassing a bus carrying refugees as it arrived in the eastern state of Saxony.
The clip, which has been circulating on social media, shows a group of protesters blocking the path of a coach carrying visibly distressed asylum seekers, while chanting “We are the people” and “Go home”. The coach carries a sign saying Reisegenuss, meaning “travel in comfort”.
Saxony’s interior minister Markus Ulbig, a member of Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic party, said: “As much need for a discussion there may be over the refugee question: I find it deeply shameful to see how people are being treated here.”
Germany braces for rise in anti-immigrant attacks
The mayor of Rechenberg-Bienenmühle, the municipality where the video was recorded, said he too felt ashamed by the incident, while claiming that the protests were not directed at the refugees themselves. “This was about politics, not the people themselves,” said Michael Funke.
According to police reports, 100 anti-refugee protesters gathered on Thursday evening at about 7.20pm outside the asylum seekers’ accommodation in the village of Clausnitz, 19 miles south of Dresden. Vehicles were used to block access to the building.
One of the protesters threatened the group inside the bus with a cut-throat gesture, a witness told Freie Presse newspaper. “It’s a disgrace, this hatred people feel towards people they know nothing about,” an anonymous witness said. Saxony police spokesman Rafael Scholz said police are investigating verbal threats of violence but that there were no arrests.
The coach passengers visible in the video, which include women, a boy and an elderly man, were eventually able to move into their accommodation at about 10pm. Another video of the scene shows police manhandling one of the children inside the bus to drag him from the coach into the building.
The group are the first asylum seekers to be allocated to Clausnitz, a town of about 800 residents.
Germany has seen an increase in attacks on refugee camps last year. A total of 924 criminal acts directed at asylum seekers’ centres were recorded by the federal crime office in 2015, up from 199 in 2014.