Berlin is a ‘nightmare’ with surging migrants
A teacher told a German daily that the city is heading for a return to the Middle Ages. Germans no longer feel safe in a climate of mounting fear.
Published: March 7, 2018, 9:50 am
Arnold Mengelkoch, a migration officer in the Berlin suburb of Neukölln, is also familiar with the social decay Berlin is facing, like the teacher Der Tagesspiegel interviewed.
Mengelkoch understands this very well – because it is his job – why ten young men of Arabic descent on the Alexanderplatz stormed the police without warning “obviously ready to attack”.
It “has become the bulk of the refugees”. There are now an enormous number of young men “who are bored, have no work” and in addition, many of them grew up by force, he told Der Tagesspiegel.
In Syria it is normal for teachers to beat students, he says and anyone who does not wear a headscarf is considered a sexual object.
He warned that a large number of refugees and migrants are changing Germany’s capital, for the worse.
Since the spring of 2016 in Berlin’s Tiergarten park, a massive increase of men from Arab and Central Asian countries have been offering sex for money. Many of them are rejected asylum seekers and they have to leave Germany.
And many quickly realise that police control rarely snag them, because the judiciary is overloaded, and the police enjoy too little respect. A public prosecutor informed the daily unofficially: “The rule of law has been given up here.”
“I no longer feel well and safe in this city. Something is out of control here,” says a 48-year-old inhabitant who has lived in Berlin for a long time.
A headmistress of a focus school for immigrants says that “seven-year-old schoolgirls are wearing headscarves” and girls who don’t are threatened with their lives. She says: “We are on the way to the Middle Ages” and adds that “education does not matter, the main thing is religion”.
There is also the case of an Arab father, who showed up in a day care centre with his son, saw the children playing and told the kindergarten director: “It is clear that my son will not play with girls.”
She was recently told by a student who had translated what an Arab father had yelled at an eleven-year-old student: “I’ll find you and kill you and your father.”
The headmistress added: “We are too careful. We pay too little attention to many parents.”
Peter Hermanns, who manages a refugee accommodation, thinks there are no real solutions. Migrants come to him continuously with elementary questions such as: “Where is the limit if I want to have contact with women? How do I address women? How do I respond to signals?”
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