A brief, but coherent elucidation of how the transformation happens. From WaPo (“A refugee riot puts a German town on edge“):
CALDEN, Germany — This German town renowned for its rococo palace threw open its doors to arriving waves of refugees. Donations from clothing drives filled four garages. The volunteer fire department pitched in to build a tent city at the local airport that now teems with 1,400 migrants.
But like other Germans in a country that has rolled out the welcome mat for Europe’s largest wave of asylum-seekers since World War II, residents here are now having second thoughts.
That is especially true after the riot. In this quaint municipality of 3,000 inhabitants, the chaos started at lunchtime Sunday when a 19-year-old Albanian cut in the food line at the town’s new tent city, prompting a reprimand from a 43-year-old Pakistani. Pushes degenerated into punches. Soon, 300 migrants wielding pepper spray and metal pipes were attacking each other in rival mobs.
A caravan of ambulances and SWAT team vans careened down streets lined with gawking residents. More than 50 police officers struggled for hours to restore order, with three hospitalized with injuries, according to witnesses and local officials.
Albanians? Pakistanis? I thought all these ‘refugees’ were from Syria.
Oh yeah, I forgot.
And ethnic conflicts between different Islamic groups? Why, I do say.
“You know, when the refugees started coming, I was one of those who saw people needing help and I thought we have to help,” said Harry Kloska, 46, a shaggy-haired instructor at the sky-diving club based at the airport. He and his stunned clients huddled inside his office as the violence flared, Kloska said.
“But it’s been weeks [since the refugee camp opened], and I have a different opinion now,” he continued. “I am not sure that we’re going to be able to do this, to help so many people from so many different countries.”…
The local Edeka grocery store, meanwhile, has hired security guards for the first time because of concerns that refugees open packages of food without paying, the mayor said. On a recent afternoon, the store’s new guards were unsuccessfully trying to eject six beer-drinking Albanian migrants from a bench in the parking lot as two elderly German women tut-tutted nearby.
“It’s chaos,” Mackewitz, 38, a former officer in the German army who served in Afghanistan and Kosovo, said at the entrance to the refugee camp.
He added, “compared to some cities in the east of Germany, the people here were welcoming at first. But you see the good will decreasing, and what you have instead is fear.”
Some in Germany also worry they are importing ethnic and religious tensions from the refugees’ homelands. German police unions, for instance, are now calling for separate housing for asylum-seekers along religious or ethnic lines after what officials described as an “attempted lynching” of a 25-year-old Afghan Christian in the central city of Suhl in August. A group of Afghani, Iraqi and Syrian men, officials say, chased the Christian man after he tried to flush pages of the Koran down the toilet at a refugee center. Six police officers were wounded trying to halt the mob’s advance on the young man.
“This has been a big shock,” said Fred Jaeger, the Suhl police spokesman. “Never before have our police been physically attacked like this.”
You reap what you sow, Merkel-lovers.
Your government disgusts me.