Shock video highlights attitudes of migrants towards host population
Paul Joseph Watson
January 12, 2016
A video shot in a German school shows “integrated” Muslim migrants speaking about how they find Germans “disgusting” and that the country would be better off if they all disappeared.
The clip shows a woman speaking to migrant teenagers in a high school. She asks them if they know what the word “integration” means, to which one girl responds, “It means to exclude others.”
“No, that’s precisely what it’s not,” responds the woman.
When asked if they have any German friends, the group of teens laugh before one responds, “Me? Not a single one.”
“Me neither, not a single one,” responds another girl.
When asked why they don’t have any German friends, one teen states, “Because they don’t belong to us, I cannot be like them.”
Asked if they like Germans, one girl asserts, “If you hang out with Germans, they do different things than you, for example eating pork. I’m disgusted by them to be honest.”
She continues: “Look, if all migrants would stay in Germany and if all the Germans would disappear for just a single day, nobody would notice.”
The clip is another disturbing reminder that Germany is importing waves of people – over a million in 2015 alone – who even after supposedly “integrating” into society still harbor deep resentment for the host population.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is currently in the midst of a political crisis after over a thousand Muslim migrants in Cologne and other German cities sexually molested and robbed hundreds of German women on New Years Eve.
Cologne police initially tried to cover-up the scandal by asserting that the night passed without incident. It also took days of social media outrage to even get major German news outlets to report on the story.
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This article was posted: Tuesday, January 12, 2016 at 8:27 am