Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Desperate Conditions in Germany's Refugee Camps

The following article is translated from The original article appeared on September 30, 2015, at 10:27 A.M. Here is the original link:
Original German sources to the Hungarian article can be found here:
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Massive brawls, sexual assaults, trash and filth -- looking into the current state of Germany's refugee camps.

German refugee camps are concealing shocking conditions. Rape and sexual assault against women is an every day occurence, in many cases women are urinated on while sleeping by migrants from other countries. Migrants leave trash and filth everywhere, and mass brawls are considered week-day activities.

Sexual Assaults

The army has noted that unsustainable conditions are present at the refugee camp in Erfurt. writes that aside from constantly sexual harrassing women, migrants also urinate on floors.

A doctor attending to migrants in the camp said these observations to the German paper:

"The main hall is cleaned twice daily. Despite this, the floor is always filthy because they always throw their trash on the floor. Urinating in the corner has become a routine activity. Single women on the camp's grounds are also urinated on while sleeping. Sexual violence happens every day." 
Constant Brawls

Two days earlier a riot broke out at a refugee camp in Leipzig. A hundred migrants were involved and many were injured. Only a 'significant' police force was able to stop the disturbance after many hours, according to

The fight broke out after an argument between Afghans and Syrians. Police suspect that religious conflicts stand in the background. After the riot, the Afghans refused to return to the camp and instead slept outside in the cold.

This was not the first conflict in Leipzig between migrants. Currently 1,800 migrants are stationed there, many have still not been registered. Just as in Hungary, migrants are ungrateful in Germany as well. Their primary complaints are lack of medical care and good food.

"I'm scared to go out on the street at night."

Over the weekend, 500 migrants arrived at a newly-built refugee camp in Niederau. The building previously functioned as a department store -- writes Daniela Kuge, a local CDU politician answered a question on her Facebook page that asked whether young, attractive, blonde women should be afraid to go onto the street after 10 P.M.
"I live in Meißen, by the station. I know what you mean. I'm scared." She added: "This is the fourth refugee camp within ten kilometers in my voting district. It's simply too much for me."

Troubles also rife in Donaueschingen

Serious tensions arose Monday evening between migrants in a refugee camp in Donaeuschingen, a town within the federal state of Baden-Wüttemberg, writes Die Welt in a Tuesday morning analysis. A large portion of the 1,600 migrants attacked one another while showering, and 19 police vehicles had to be sent to the scene to stop the brawl from devolving into chaos. Over 150 'extremely aggressive' individuals had to be physically restrained, multiple arrests were made. Tensions only eased up on Tuesday morning.

Likewise in Baden-Württemberg, but this time in the town of Ellwagen, two Syrian migrants ran for each other's throats on Monday afternoon. According to police reports the situation there is also dire and poisonous. In a refugee camp in Gerolzhof, in the north of Bavaria, Syrian migrants fought each other over a financial dispute. One migrant attacked two others with a broom, and all three had to be separated.

High Tensions Across the Nation

The integration minister of Baden-Württenberg announced that the extreme tensions in the camps are because of overpopulation. According to Bilkay Oney, the conflicts are not only caused by religious differences, but every day struggles. These can be witnessed through food donations or the limited spaces for bathing (the antagonism towards the integration minister himself is not new: at an event in Heidelberg in July, hundreds of local citizens booed him. The cause of the tension was a new refugee camp.)

A constant flow of reports describe total chaos in refugee camps, and anxiety plays a large role in the rising tensions: naturally the slow registration process leaves many migrants in fear, waiting for when their ultimate fate will be announced. This is not what they had been expecting.

translation by Bodomér de Maldur, September 30, 2015.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Julia Klöckner Describes Frustration with Muslim Men

The following article is a translation from The article is from September 28, 2015, and was posted on the original site at 8:36am. Here is the link:

The Hungarian article itself is a translation from the German Focus. The source can be found here. It is also worth noting that this breaking news item can be found on other sites, just google Julia Klöckner's name and search for recent news articles to see a long list.



Julia Klöckner, chairman CDU's Rhineland-Palatinate district, announced that migrants must integrate themselves and accept basic German values. Hundreds of women have contacted her to voice complaints: Muslim men insulting, shoving, and displaying negligent behavior towards women. Klöckner brought up the question: "Where are the left-wing feminists now?"

CDU Chairman of Germany's Rhineland-Palatinate district, Julia Klöckner, believes that migrants must accept basic German values. Klöckner described that hundreds of people, mainly women, called her recently on the telephone to say that they were frustrated by the behavior of Muslim men and boys.

According to the German Focus, letters and phone calls are pouring into Klöckner's office, especially from women who complain about how Muslim men are treating them; that equality between the sexes is being violated. According to Klöckner, there are heaps of frustration within people, and they are unable to tell the public about it.

The CDU politcian talks about female teachers whose male students announce during class that the teachers have nothing of importance to say to them; or that the parents of students refuse to talk to female teachers because they will only condone communication between male teachers. Other callers dislike the fact that men won't even allow women to receive their benefits.

Julia Klöckner believes that a law for compulsory integration must be passed, and that the government must quickly clarify the position that in Germany certain basic social values are not up for question. "We cannot make any more mistakes," says the German politician, who believes that the right of equality between sexes cannot be questioned, neither by the established Muslim population, nor by the newly arrived migrants. "Where are the left-wing feminists, now?" she brings up the question.

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Palestinian, Hungarian-educated Man Tells the Truth on the Migrant Crisis

The following article is a translation from The original article appeared on September 26, 2015. Link to the original can be found here:

"Over here, everyone believes you are attacking Islam and hurting refugees. They naturally don't understand the Hungarians," says Mr. Shadi Oudeh to, a Palestinian with a perfect command of Hungarian who attended university in Debrecen. We contacted Mr. Oudeh, who works as a dentist in Bethlehem, to learn of what Palestinians think of the migrant crisis, what the Arab newspapers are writing on the Hungarian perspective. Mr Shadi emphasizes: "Those who are pouring into Europe are not real refugees, and there are many shady characters, too." He believes Hungarians have the right to protect their own country, and that Merkel's viewpoint is very bizarre, because she is saying the same thing as "the crazy man in the Al-Aqsa mosque. That Europe must be destroyed."

Mr. Shadi Oudeh's facebook profile picture

"The dark night will soon end, and we will crush Europe, Allah willing," announced a controversial imam in a recent predication in Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque. We contacted the Hungarian-educated Palestinian dentist, Shadi Oudeh, on his mobile phone in Bethlehem, right while he was in the middle of lemon harvesting. We asked him are Europe's fears legitimate? Will the young Muslim world really crush us in the name of a new Caliphate? Mr. Shadi also answered questions on what it means to be Muslim, that those who molest women will go to Hell, and that regular people have a hard time understanding Viktor Orbán.

Q: An imam in Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque recently said that Muslim migrants must outbreed Europeans and even breed with European women in order to crush a tired, old Europe. Should we really be worried about this speech?

A: The imam who spoke in Al-Aqsa is scum. It was not true speech, just nonsense that was stuck inside him. He speaks so primitively, to crush the women of Europe?! To crush Europe?! Allah did not give those words to him. To me, the strangest thing is that Merkel said the same thing as the imam in the mosque. That Europe is old, it must be changed. I am angry at Merkel for this. Why aren't German workers good for her? Or Romanians? Why doesn't she search for workers within Europe? And why isn't she saying that when the war is over, everyone can nicely go on home.

Q: I can sense you are not quite the sort of economic migrant we are dealing with today. How did you come in contact with Hungary?

A: I came here as a university student, paid my own tuition. I hadn't intended to go to Hungary, I'd wanted to go to Austria where my uncle is a doctor. But because of some papers, I wasn't allowed. Then my uncle told me, why don't I study in Debrecen? There was a doctors course there in English. I attended university and learned Hungarian, too. Then I moved to Kaposvár. When I completed my exam, I returned home, but I didn't have a house, or anything. So when I got married, I returned to Hungary with my wife because I had a more solid existence here.

Across from our house in Kaposvár lived an old lady. She always watched when I would try to steal her chickens. After she got to know us, she gave my wife her entire month's pension because she knew we needed a new gas stove. When my wife got pregnant, our neighbors always packed us baskets of fruit. See, this is what you Hungarians are like. You are afraid of strangers at first, afterwards you can be extremely kind. I love Hungarians, and if I had stayed, I would have lived like a Hungarian. I learned that the laws of the country must be obeyed. The Muslim migrants would enjoy themselves a lot more if they did this, they'd have a better destiny.

Q: We in Europe are having a hard time differentiating between refugees and migrants. And we are also worried about terrorism. Are these fears legitimate?

A: Many of those who are currently going to Europe are fighters. Your fear is entirely correct because mostly men, young men are leaving, not families, not women and children. This fact is already suspicious. When I went to Hungary, I needed a visa and all kinds of papers. Now they don't pay attention to these things, but it is entirely logical, this is how it should be done.

Q: Registration is that important?

A: Those who destroyed Syria are now smoking together at Keleti Railway Station, and believe me, they are going to do things far more horrible than leaving trash on the trains. If I was a refugee, I would keep quiet and be grateful. Those who are shouting, acting ungrateful, they are not real refugees. They are going to Europe for welfare.

Q: How can we tell the difference between migrants and refugees?

A: I think each person should be examined, fingerprinted, and everything learned about them. But this should be done by the government services, they must be strong, determined. This is not a job for journalists. The migrants shouldn't have been allowed to scream and holler at Keleti Railway Station. They will behave like this everywhere. Europe is a collection of free nations. Not long ago, they were shouting for freedom in Sweden. And there is freedom in Sweden, but not for everyone. There is freedom for Swedes, not for Syrians unless the laws are obeyed. Those who complain and only cause headaches should go home. Nobody needs them.

Q: Headaches aren't caused by refugees, but by Islam's culture that Europeans can't understand...

A: Islam shouldn't be attacked. It's a respectable religion, it doesn't hurt other religions. As a Palestinian, I have no problem with Jews, only the extremists, the Zionists. The entire religion of Islam shouldn't be held responsible because there are these animals, it's not true for all of Islam. Those who do not respect European laws, who do not respect women and treat them with aggression and demands, they have no fear of God. They think Allah will not punish what they are doing. But they will all nicely be sent to Hell.

Q: What is Hungary's image over there now?

A: Over here, everyone thinks you are attacking Islam and hurting refugees. They naturally don't understand the Hungarians like I do. They don't read Hungarian news, they don't understand what politicians are saying. For this reason I think it must be clearly stated: what happens to a refugee, what happens on the borders, who can and cannot come? I saw that video where that animal grabbed his wife and child and pushed them onto the rails. I'll tell you honestly, I would have shot him on the spot for how he was behaving. The Hungarian police didn't do anything, but the photographs still depict another story. The media displays white as black, and vice versa.

Q: So then the media is wrong, and Hungary is on the right track?

A: It's the Hungarian opposition that I don't understand. Migration is not a political subject, it's a national one. Taxes and economy belong to politics. This is a national question. Politicians must reach a consensus in the best interests of the nation. I think regular people have a hard time understanding Viktor Orbán, but he sees the truth better than anyone. I completely agree with what he is saying. I also agree with the fence. He is right that these people are not refugees and that the nation and Europe must be protected. But Islam should not be mixed into this.


End note: Mr. Oudeh also responded himself to the Hungarian article, which you can see by clicking on the link at the top of the page.

Thank you, Mr. Oudeh!