I was quite surprised to read an extremely outspoken and direct piece today in Germany's biggest newspaper, "Bild".
There is a new book where the current mayor of one district in Berlin describes what's going on. The direct and brutal criticism about failed
multiculturalism in Berlin quite shocked me - i have never seen such outspoken words and criticism, at least not in MSM media.
This is the more surprising since Berlin is as liberal/multicultural as it can even get (i lived there for about 15 years up to 2000, but it seems
have to be gotten much worse lately) PLUS this mayor is actually what you would call a left-winger/liberal.
This is not a "I am against Islam piece" since it does NOT reflect my own experiences, but reading this really makes you shiver. I try to translate
some passages of what he says, describing common, nowadays circumstances in "Neukölln" which is a district in Berlin with 41% of Immigrants, mostly
District Mayor Heinz B. was born in Berlin Neukölln. Arabic writings are dominating the scenery: A typical shopping street in Neukölln.
This is the BRUTAL REALITY.
"...where one goes into a supermarket, takes something and passes by the checkout without paying, and telling the cashier what will happen if she'd
dare to call the police..."
"...it's where people walk in groups of five on the sidewalk side-by-side and everyone else has to yield"
"...it's recommended you stare straight in front of you sitting in your car, while you're stuck on a traffic light, to avoid the glances of those in
the car next to you. Because if you were to look left or right, there's a chance those "streetfighters" in the car next to you might tell you "Gotta
problem? We can 'solve' that...." [ie. means they'd beat you up]'
"...where little kids or teens need to pay a "fee" to the bullies for using a playground or young women on the street are asked whether they'd like
intercourse. And if a bus driver would ask whether one has a ticket he'd expect to get a bottle of Coke spilled out over his head "
"This is a constant, demonstrated ignoring of social and cultural rules such as politeness or respect, the most basic rules how people live together.
This is what makes people ask themselves where i am really? Is this still my own town, is this still my country?"
"So many are concluding 'I don't like those people, they don't want to live with me...if so, i don't want to live with them as well'"
"Those are not singled out exceptions, but it is ALWAYS about showing how the Germans don't have anything to say in those matters, they don't care
about the rules at all. And, obviously, they're successful at it"
"For example, at Sonnenalle [major street in Neukölln] its common people park in three lanes. One at the sidewalk, second car in the parking lane and
the third in the midst of the street. If you, as a driver, have a unlucky day, someone stops rigth in front of you and he'll start chatting with those
sitting in a bar/cafe. Do NOT make the mistake now to honk or leave your car! You might get into a unpleasant situation."
NOW - IF YOU THINK THE POLICE CAN DO ANYTHING...YOU ARE WRONG
A "problem" you might possibly have might quickly be "solved" (slang for that someone would beat you up)...if you, as a German, would dare to open
your mouth, be prepared to get beaten. It's not different for the cops.
Police is carefully looking not getting too close to those people. Otherwise it might happen their hat or something else might be taken. And then
expect a loud debate starting where no-one would even know who that car belongs to and it would be better the cops just leave and leave them alone.
Usually, this happens in a quite aggressive tone. if situations escalate, police needs to call for backup. Usually involving physical violence.
And then it can happen the cops on duty would be asked later, by their supervisors, whether they didn't know that such resistance was expected? Don't
they know how such actions will likely be judged in a court?
Usually, such court cases will result in the traffic violator going free and the cops should be happy they didn't get a fine themselves - many judges
are not willing to support the police eg. by applying current law.
Commander of police, G. who works in Neukölln for decades already, told me he doesn't remember ANY case of robbery or similar where a woman wearing a
Burka was involved. [Basically saying the violence is always against Germans].
The enemy are the hated Germans. It only takes a few minutes via mobile and SMS, and in no time there will be a mob of people. Germans are easy
And this can happen all the time, in all kinds of daily situations. You might have a simple fender bender - prepare for a surprise. Always then if the
guy you bumped into happens to be an Immigrant.
If this happens, prepare that you and the other guy will quickly be surrounded by many "witnesses" which all claim to have seen everything in clear
detail. No, not the guy behind you bumped into you - it was you who bumped into him.
In case of doubt, there will always be support and help for the ethical brothers. The truth doesn't matter when an "infidel" is involved. And things
like that are what makes the people "happy" [Sarcasm] to live here...
We educate our kids living without violence. We despise violence and teach this to our children. But others teach their kids to be strong, brave and
always ready to fight. Not exactly a balanced situation...
The outspoken words from a mayor in Berlin, one of the most liberal cities in the world. To me it was highly unusual to read this.
edit on 16-9-2012 by flexy123 because: (no reason given)