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There’s an old adage that comes to mind when witnessing the insanity taking place across Europe and the hordes of Muslim refugees overrunning the continent… “you reap what you sow.”

In short, you’re responsible for you’re actions, now you must face the consequences! Sounds harsh, however there is a lesson to be learned here, and thankfully because of the new incoming administration, this is one lesson President-elect Trump has already learned, and not to follow Europe’s lead

This latest destruction is once again brought to the German people by German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open door immigration policy, and is simply the latest self-inflected wound suffered at the hands of marauding and rioting Muslim refugees, who burned down a refugee centre because there wasn’t enough “Gummibears” or chocolate to go around.

Once again, “you reap what you sow” and the consequences caused by the rioting Muslim mob was over $10-million dollars in damage, as huge fires engulfed the refugee camp in June.

Moreover the German Red Cross finally reveled the actual cause of the uprising, “Nutella and sweets were not available.”

The incident that sparked the massive destruction began when two refugees did not get enough chocolate spread and sweets, became angry and began pouring a flammable liquid onto a mattress and then set fire to it, destroying the entire building which houses approximately 280-Muslism refugees.

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Two individuals have been arrested, named Algerian Adel D and Moroccan Mohammed B. and charged with aggravated arson and dangerous bodily harm, in Düsseldorf, Germany on June 7, the huge blaze also injured 26-people.

Moreover since the beginning of year police have been called over 89-times to intercede, prevent arrest and mediate various crimes and destructive behavior within the 65,000 sq ft hall.

What is obvious is that German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open door immigration policy is destroying the very fabric of a civil society and the heritage of the Germany people, moreover all over Europe.

No doubt the humanitarian crises taking place within the Middle East should be addressed, with a common sense and a logical approach, which President-elect Trump has already outlined, creating “safe zones” within areas of Syria not effected by civil war, and within other areas of the Middle East, and which should be funded by “oil rich” wealthy Middle Eastern countries.

In short this is a Middle Eastern problem that should be handled by those countries; we (America) can broker, influence, mediate and perhaps help facilitate the issue.

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Source: Daily Mail

 

 

 

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