Germany Turns Over Four-Star Hotel to Muslim Welfare Colonists

Whatever we are getting for allowing ourselves to be colonized and displaced by hostile Third Worlders, it isn’t gratitude. Take Germany, for example:

With its wood-paneled piano bar and luxurious spa, the four-star Bonotel assures visitors paying up to $300 per night that it meets the “international standard of a first-class hotel.”

But starting next year, the hotel’s marble-and-mirrored lobby and “quiet, peaceful ambience” will play host not to indulgent travelers but desperate asylum seekers.

Germany’s fourth-largest city [Cologne] spent almost $7 million to buy the Bonotel this summer. Its doors will soon be shut and its 93 opulent rooms filled with asylum seekers, a move underscoring how Europe’s economic powerhouse has been overwhelmed by an influx of people seeking a better life amid a continent-wide border crisis.

With first-class accommodations like these, it is no wonder Germany is the No. 1 destination for asylum seekers.

According to U.N. figures, Germany received 109,600 applications for asylum last year — the most of any country in the world. The U.S. was second, with 84,400.

Most of these welfare colonists come from Muslim countries rife with strife — not to mention terrorism, which they will inevitably import along with their Islam into Germany.

The privately held hotel has survived bad times and has been turning a profit. But Germany’s quisling rulers have seized it in the name of Islam’s demographic war of conquest against Europe. Thirty Germans will lose their jobs as a result. They can join the newcomers on the welfare rolls.

You might think that the asylum seekers, accustomed to toiling wretchedly to eke out a miserable existence, would be grateful that they no longer have to work and now live like kings — unless you understand the mentality of moochers.

Mubarak, a Somali refugee who like others at the center declined to give his last name citing fears of retribution from German authorities for criticizing them publicly [as if that were likely], told NBC News that conditions are so poor he has become disillusioned with his new home.

“I wanted to get to a place where I could start a different life,” he said, recounting his 18-month journey through African deserts and a treacherous voyage across the Mediterranean Sea — a route which has claimed the lives of more than 3,200 people this year. “But I don’t believe in Germany any more. The people in Germany are good to us, but we need more help.”

He shows a doctor’s note from when he arrived in Cologne. It confirms that he suffered from tuberculosis, hepatitis B and post-traumatic stress disorder. It also states that because of illnesses, his living conditions should be improved.

As a reward for importing diseases into Germany, no doubt.

If this real life enactment of The Camp of the Saints continues to play out, Europe will be erased, washed away in a never ending tide of the perpetually needy.

But maybe Europeans still want to exist. Maybe there will be a backlash. It may get ugly, but if this keeps up it will soon become the only hope for survival.

bonotel spa
Evidently the Bonotel spa doesn’t meet Somali requirements.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair. Hat tip: Refugee Resettlement Watch. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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