Germany Melts Down Over Influx of Refugees, “We Can’t Take Any More!” [Video]

Germany Melts Down Over Influx of Refugees, “We Can’t Take Any More!” [Video]

Germany just suspended the Schengen Agreement which allowed for open borders between nations in Europe. That agreement was insane to begin with, but with the Hijrah migration in full swing out of Syria and other countries, Germany has been overwhelmed. They’ve already taken in 450,000 and they just keep coming. They have had to stop the trains inbound from Austria and put military on the streets. There is chaos within Germany because of the immigrants – the vast majority are young, Muslim men and I contend this is an invasion force, not a humanitarian crisis. But you’d never know that by reading the article below or others. They show you bedraggled children and weeping mothers, but not those that are slinging feces and shouting Alluha Akbar! They are destroying homes, raging in the streets and raping women as they go as well. But that’s not politically correct to point out. The people know it, are living it and are turning out by the thousands to protest.

From the Daily Mail:

Germany’s open-door policy to refugees appears to be unravelling tonight after the country reinstated border controls to curb the overwhelming influx of migrants.

Europe’s top economy halted all trains from Austria and, in an historic move, temporarily suspended the open borders Schengen Agreement in response to the arrival of tens of thousands of Syrian refugees in recent days.

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The decision marks a dramatic shift away from the current abolishment of passport checks throughout Europe’s Schengen zone.

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said: ‘At this moment Germany is temporarily introducing border controls again along [the EU’s] internal borders. The focus will be on the border to Austria at first.

‘The aim of these measures is to limit the current inflows to Germany and to return to orderly procedures when people enter the country.

Mr de Maiziere added: ‘This step has become necessary. The great readiness to help that Germany has shown in recent weeks… must not be overstretched.’

The Interior Minister did not specify how long the border controls would remain in place or give details of exactly how incoming migrants would be handled. He said there could be disruption to rail travel. Most migrants have been arriving by train.

Germany’s national railway, Deutsche Bahn, said it had halted service between Austria and Germany for 12 hours at authorities’ orders.

The rules of Europe’s passport-free travel zone, known as the Schengen area, allow countries to reintroduce controls in exceptional circumstances, and the European Commission said that ‘the current situation in Germany … appears to be a situation covered by the rules.’

In a statement the EU executive said: ‘The temporary reintroduction of border controls between member states is an exceptional possibility explicitly foreseen in and regulated by the Schengen Borders Code, in case of a crisis situation.’

It added that the executive would keep the situation under review and said the aim would be to return to the normal situation of no border checks between member states of the Schengen zone ‘as soon as feasible’.

The European Commission added: ‘The German decision of today underlines the urgency to agree on the measures proposed by the European Commission in order to manage the refugee crisis.’

It is not yet clear exactly what the temporary measures include, but the move comes as German authorities have warned they are at ‘the limit’ in coping with the migrant crisis, with locals claiming Munich is on the brink of collapse.

German newspaper Bild cited security sources as saying the state government in Bavaria had asked the federal police to help deal with the task.

The newspaper said the federal police would send 2,100 officers to Bavaria to help it secure its borders.
Germany has become the destination for many desperate Syrian refugees fleeing their war-torn home country, after it waived EU rules in August.

Tens of thousands of people have crossed Austria by train on their way to Germany since the two countries threw open their borders to the migrants last weekend. A record number were expected to enter Austria from Hungary on Sunday.

The German government announced the nation would take in applications for Syrian asylum-seekers, regardless of where they first arrived in the EU.

Munich, in Germany’s southern state of Bavaria, has been the main entry point for those entering the country.

Some 13,015 refugees arrived in Munich yesterday alone and 1,400 more are expected to reach the city today – but there are fears it is already at breaking point.

A police spokesman in Munich said: ‘Given the numbers from yesterday, it is very clear that we have reached the upper limit of our capacity.’

Federal transport minister Alexander Dobrindt added how ‘effective measures are necessary now to stop the influx’.

German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said: ‘The European lack of action in the refugee crisis is now pushing even Germany to the limit of its ability’. There seems to be enough blame to go around everywhere as well as insanity. The authorities are considering whether to open up the Olympiahalle – a stadium used for the 1972 Olympics and which today serves as a concert hall or sports arena – as a temporary shelter for the refugees. Under this strain, Europe will collapse if this continues, both economically and culturally. Islam will forever take hold over whole countries and Christians and Jews will be driven out. Obama is trying to do this here in the States by bringing in refugees and planting them all over the country. This can’t be allowed. If it is, America will melt down like Germany and the rest of Europe and it will be game over.

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