Mass brawl of 300 refugees at Tempelhof Airport shelter

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-29 22:04

Police with numerous shackled migrants. Will they be deported as they should or just released and sent to a different shelter? Will we ever know? (Photo: Olaf Selchow)

300 migrants went off on each other at Tempelhof Airport outside Berlin. There were violent incidents in Kreuzberg and Hakenfelde (Spandau) also, requiring hundreds of police to bring order.

Two bloody incidents in Berlin refugee camps broke out on Sunday requiring police operations.
► At 2 o'clock in the afternoon at Tempelhof Airport (Hangar 3): 120 policemen separated and subdued 300 refugees who were taking part in a mass brawl!

It was triggered by a dispute over food: "Apparently, it started in the line in front of the food counter at lunchtime when someone was jostled and it led to a tussle, " said police spokesman Carsten Müller to BZ.
Chairs flew, tables were broken!
One refugee is said to have suffered a serious head injury. In Hangar 3, 800 Iranians, Iraqis and Afghans are housed.
[The same nationalities seem to be the culprits every time; they're super sensitive to “disrespect” as are the blacks, and they're very macho too. This kind of problem is not going to stop – carolyn]

First, the security staff wanted to settle the dispute. Two of them were injured! "The rest were brought to safety," the spokesman said.

Michael Elias, who is in charge of the shelter, said that 830 people were housed at the facility and that between 20 and 30 started the disruption.

"It's the simple fact that there are a lot of young men traveling alone here. We withdrew ... because the situation simply exploded. It was a complete blow-out."

The police calmed the situation and by the afternoon 14 men were arrested. The allegations: grievous bodily harm and serious breach of the peace.

By March next year, the Government wants to find room in Tempelhof for a total of 5000 refugees.


► A second incident occured in Hakenfelde (Spandau). Shortly after midnight Sunday three refugees went at each other with fire extinguishers. A majority of the 1,000 residents fled from the building. Pictured below is a scene from there.


► Saturday night in Kruezberg in the Müllenhoffstraße a resident was injured when an 18 and a 17-year old got into a dispute. The elder took a belt to the younger, who was injured on the head by it. An employee of the security service came in between, and the younger smashed a bottle with which he threatened the conciliator. But he finally let go.

Henkel: vandalism and violence unacceptable in shelters

Interior Senator Frank Henkel (CDU) sees the social peace in Berlin in danger (Photo: picture alliance / dpa)

"The escalation is a problem I warned about for some time: With the increasing number of mass lodging, tensions also increase," said Senator Frank Henkel on Sunday. "We cannot allow that someone is eventually killed, as has already happened in some other states." In addition, behind this conflict lays a potential threat to social peace in Berlin - especially as we face the winter, said Henkel.

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Carolyn's further comment:

It doesn't take any special brains to know how this will turn out in Germany. Chancellor Merkel used the phrase “Wir shaffen das” – that we, the German folk, can carry out this task. Sure, the problem is not with the Germans and won't be with the Germans. The problem is with the Arabs and Middle-Easterners who have their own (different) genetics, culture and manners they are not able or willing to change.

It's so obvious that if the Iranians and the Iraqis cannot get along, and the Iraqis and Afghanis cannot get along, then how are they supposed to get along with Germans and Turks? The excuse that many “traumatized” people are housed together does not explain it. What explains it is that many of these people did not come for the reason they say. They are economic migrants who are paving the way for their extended families or they are jihadists. Many of these young men who make up the bulk of the migrants do not have respect for Germans or the kindness Germany is offering them. They spit on the food and the accomodations which are exceedingly clean and fresh, and for which the Germans have gone to a lot of trouble and expense. They feel entitled to that, and better.

But this is good because when the Germans see this kind of behavior, they will be more motivated to put the pressure on Merkel and other politicians to put an end to this madness. The rainbow concept of everyone doing their own thing and living/mixing happily together doesn't work in the real world. It's not economically viable. Nature created the different races and ethnic groups in different parts of the world, with each having its own space to develop and thrive. How they do it is up to them and is nobody else's responsibility.

But it remains a fact that the United States, influenced by its Jews, has created chaos thoughout the Middle East via "regime change" and it is mainly responsible for all the refugees. That's where the discussion should start. ~

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