So this is how it is presented to the people, as a fait accompli. How grotesque.
Last month, "Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Germans have failed to grasp how Muslim immigration has transformed their country and will have to come to terms with more mosques than churches throughout the countryside, according to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily."
“Our country is going to carry on changing, and integration is also a task for the society taking up the task of dealing with immigrants,” Ms. Merkel told the daily newspaper. “For years we’ve been deceiving ourselves about this. Mosques, for example, are going to be a more prominent part of our cities than they were before.”
Germany, with a population of 4-5 million Muslims, has been divided in recent weeks by a debate over remarks by the Bundesbank’s Thilo Sarrazin, who argued Turkish and Arab immigrants were failing to integrate and were swamping Germany with a higher birth rate.
The Chancellor’s remarks represent the first official acknowledgement that Germany, like other European countries, is destined to become a stronghold of Islam. She has admitted that the country will soon become a stronghold.
And yet Merkel concedes that German multicultural society has failed. In a speech in Potsdam, she said the so-called "multikulti" concept -- where people would "live side-by-side" happily -- did not work.
"And of course, the approach [to build] a multicultural [society] and to live side-by-side and to enjoy each other... has failed, utterly failed."
It is in the context of these remarks that the brutal reality of what that means becomes painfully clear. German students and teachers are being bullied and beaten by Muslim gangs in Germany. The videos and the reports made by teachers describe a complete breakdown of society (scroll and and watch the deeply disturbing videos below). And yet today it is announced that German universities will train Muslim imams, teachers.
And add this to this potent cocktail -- over at the Weekly Standard:
While German Chancellor Angela Merkel has not mobilized her electoral base around hatred of the U.S.—like her predecessor Gerhard Schröder—she also does not have the required fire in her belly to confront radical Islam. The running list of media reports detailing Germany as a kind of oasis for jihadist activities is the story behind the latest expression of Germany’s dismissal of radical Islamic attacks. Washington Post columnist Jackson Diehl posed this sharp question: “Have Germany's security services learned nothing in the last decade?” He answered his question by saying they had become “dangerously complacent.”
Hezbollah remains a legal entity in Germany and its 900 members are active in promoting Iran’s revolutionary Islam. If Germany is to be taken seriously on the world stage, it must dissolve Hezbollah’s operation and aggressively shut down mosques that promote revolutionary Islamic terror. In short, the phase of monitoring has to be complemented by cracking the German security whip to stop homegrown radical Islam.
Over at BNI: Muslim Germanophobia
“It is obviously no longer an isolated incident that students and teachers are forced to hear anti-German statements.” It is intolerable that German students and teachers are treated this way in their own country.
Islam in Europe Often they’re ridiculed, often they’re even beaten. In class barely anybody speaks to them, they keep back, rarely voice their opinion – in short, they’re not integrated in school. But these are not Muslim immigrant children in a German school, but German children in a secondary school (5th-9th grades) in Essen where 70% of the children are Muslims.
“They’re not threatened with a knife every day. but the children of Muslim immigrants clearly have their way here,” says the school principal. The female teachers have to deal with students saying “don’t speak to her, she’s just a German slut.”
“When it’s Ramadan, there’s a state of emergency. The last time it went so far, that they spit in our food,” says the home-economics teacher. “People always say that foreigners are discriminated, but here it’s precisely the other way around.” A Lebanese Arabic teacher says that the German way of living is very clearly being rejected by his students, the attitude is almost chic.
The German children respond with aggression or by over-adapting their behavior. In the playground you find them in the corners. Sebastian, an ethnic German 16 year old, feels bullied by the Muslim students, and is often involved in fights. Juli is a friend of the devout Saleh from Palestine. She calls herself a Muslim, which means: no parties, no alcohol, no sex.
The teachers try to respond t the situation with clarity and by upholding German laws and regulations, but also by mother-tongue classes and understanding for the Lebanese.
Islam in Europe Two teachers from a Kreuzberg (Berlin) school recently wrote in the GEW Teachers’ Union paper of the anti-German harassment some German students experience in schools. They wrote that German students are threatened and bullied, and that the non-German students often receive help from relatives or friends in conflicts.
Berlin youth coach Oliver Lück says such incidents happen every day.
• Dennis (14) from Reinickendorf was pushed around and beaten. They (Muslims) could do whatever they wanted with him, and he had to pay protection money to the older foreign students. In the end, he couldn’t take it anymore and thought of suicide. Finally, his parents helped him.
• Lena (15) from Schöneberg – a confident teen, she died her head red and wore black clothes. When she came to the school, she was a foreigner among the other girls, who wore a headscarf. The girls whispered about her, they laughed at her and caller her the ‘fire alarm’. Lena began to smoke, and later started up with alcohol and harder drugs.
• Kevin (16) from Neukölln – There were hardly any Germans in his school. The Arab guys provoked him, first with insults, then tripped him and pushed him. At some point, he fought back, and found himself facing twelve boys, relatives of the attackers, who beat him up. From that point on he started dressing like his tormentors and imitating their language. He wasn’t beaten up anymore, but had to run errands for the others.
• Domitian E. was harassed because I speak German,” says Domitian. ”Altogether we were 29 students in the class, and besides me there was only one other German student,” he says. “The rest were mainly Arabs and Turks.”
From the first few days he was discriminated against, harassed and insulted. They cursed him behind his back since he came from a ‘smart’ school, and that his classmates often accosted him in groups, asking him why he didn’t speak like they did. His classmates spoke “Kanake German” (German with a foreign accent and foreign terms). Domitian says he didn’t want to speak that way. He avoid the other students and tried not to respond to them. Eventually, he avoided school and became increasingly sick.