Monday, March 07, 2016
The Ban on Sausage and Pork: Has Germany Become A Nation of Limp "Wieners"?
As if that wasn't enough, German students were asked to "volunteer" at the refugee camps and do such chores as washing sheets and clothes, sweeping, cleaning, picking up trash, carrying packages, driving individuals back and forth and other character building activities. Punishment for not "volunteering" could include the possibility of a short stint in the German military. Community building at its best. It seems to me that these so-called "refugees" could do well to clean up after themselves rather than rely of German school kids to act like they're servants. There have already been several violent protests in Germany and the Scandinavian countries over the perceived lack of housing--- such as free apartments---resulting in residents (and citizens) being evicted in order to make room for their new occupants. Naturally, along with the "free" housing comes "free" utilities and "free" food--Halal (the Islamic version of Kosher) of course. For some reason, I think back on the Palestinian refugees living in Lebanon and Jordan who barely had decent housing and fresh running water or the Kurdish refugees with not even that who would be grateful for anything.
Germany: Traditional sausages banned in public canteens out of respect for Moslems
Germany Bans Sausages: Pork Banned in cafes and schools
German Cafes Have Stopped Selling Pork Sausages to Spare Muslim Refugees' Feelings
Muslim petition to ban Oktoberfest gaining signatures in Germany
Visit Munich Oktoberfest, while you still can
Germans Shaken by Mass Attacks On Women In Cologne At New Year's Eve