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Dec 22 2017

Unemployed African “Refugees” Go on Strike in Germany

This ought to tug at the heartstrings of liberals. Moochers from Africa, after arriving in Germany for their lifetimes of handouts in exchange for helping Germans obliterate their own civilization out of neurotic guilt, found the free accommodations not up to par, and were even forced to boycott their German classes. They sound off at THE VOICE Refugee Forum Germany:

On Friday, 15th of December 2017, 209 people from Sierra Leone in the transit camp in Deggendorf started a ‘strike of closed doors’. In protest, the children and young people refused to attend the German class as access to other educational institutions is denied. The adults haven’t left the accommodation and denied to work in the 80 cents jobs. On Saturday, 16th of December 2017 they started a hunger strike. The protest involves 44 children and young people, as well as 40 women (among them 12 pregnant women) and 125 men. The starting point of the protest was the violent deportation of a man from Sierra Leone on Friday morning, which was stopped in the last minute at the airport.

Among their gripes:

– Very poor accommodation facilities with 8 occupants in a room, with poor hygiene and toilet facilities.

– Very poor quality of food.

– Deportation to Italy with serious torture and no proper arrangements for reinstatement of the immigrants in Italy thereby leaving the immigrants on the street suffering.

Serious torture! Someone had better report this to the United Nations.

No word on when the disgruntled parasites will be returning to Sierra Leone, since the hospitality in Germany does not meet their standards.

On a tip from The Lieberal Media.



21 Responses to “Unemployed African “Refugees” Go on Strike in Germany”

  1. Mack says:

    My recruit training long ago including sharing a room with 59 other people in a wooden barracks built for the First World War. We were required to keep the facilities clean ourselves. The food was boring but good, and the class were boring and, since they were predicated on action in the Pacific in 1942-1945, irrelevant to what we would encounter in Viet-Nam and Cambodia.

  2. BPatMann says:

    If they’re unemployed and they go on strike, does that mean that they start working?

  3. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Oh the horror!!!! There ought to be a constitutional amendment to protect you from such torture.

  4. Frank says:

    What could be more ridiculous than a hunger strike? “Attention last survivor: please bury the others and turn off the lights before you croak.”

  5. Frank says:

    Good point.

  6. Frank says:

    My accomodations during Basic were similar but we had the luxury of living in tinder dry WWII barracks. It gets mighty warm in San Antonia TX in July and August. We’d shower in warm water (it never ran cool), walk slowly to our cots to avoid sweating, lie down, sweat our outlines in the sheets and sleep in damp sheets until morning. Poor refugees! Sob! Sob!

  7. John27 says:

    Introduce the third world invaders to the business end of an MG 42. It’s going to happen sooner or later anyway.

  8. MAS says:

    No good deed goes unpunished. Send them home EU, by parachutes and cargo planes if need be…

  9. Mike_W20 says:

    …cargo planes…no parachutes needed…landing also unnecessary.

  10. Mike_W20 says:

    She knew they would do so.
    She’s more concerned about how to maintain the maximum power and control over Germany and Europe as her betrayal becomes more obvious.

  11. Frank says:

    Also known as “Maximum G Delivery!”

  12. Frank says:

    That’s how the Germans should have greeted the cancer cells they imported.

  13. Frank says:

    Recruits have it much better today, for which I begrudge them not one bit.

  14. Otis Donkey says:

    Put posters up in the refugee camps with politician’s home addresses, office address and schedule. Tell refugees who is responsible for their poor treatment: politicians.

  15. bob says:

    send they ungrateful asses back to afica.

  16. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I am grateful for all those who have served. I salute you.

    Have a Merry Christmas.

  17. Otis Donkey says:

    they were paid to come here and stink up the place.

  18. Momster says:

    About thirty years ago in Massachusetts the state welfare system proposed a requirement that a family receiving Aid to Families With Dependent Children who had a father present in the home would be required to have one parent (urk) seek or train for employment. This, of course was met with horror and loathing…and accusations of discrimination. A few Welfare advocates stated that welfare recipients would go on strike! They abandoned this plan when many people (remember, this WAS years ago) started laughing and asking how we would know the difference. We’re they going to stop going to salons to get twelve inch nails installed? We’re they giving up their job of sitting on the couch eating Doritos? We’re their children going to give up their passtime of disrupting school classrooms?

    Two acquaintances of mine who fit that demographic attended a picnic. They were in high dudgeon about this and went around to everybody there complaining that it just wasn’t fair. They did not have much success in getting any sympathy because everyone there, male and female, had at least one job…some (like me) had two. They went home early. They weren’t missed.

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