Thursday, February 09, 2017

"Germany must be Islamized!"

Daniela Städter

In an article posted in Catholic News (Katholische Nachrichten) on November 14, 2016 by Daniela Städter, "Hidden in the Refugee Centers: Everything Christians Experience" ("Unerkannt in Flüchtlingsheimen: Was Christen alles erleben"), we learn that Muslim refugees far outnumber Christian ones, which is not surprising, but what might surprise some readers is the intention of many Muslim refugees - and their Muslim translators - to Islamize Germany. Here is the German original of a passage in the report, which is based on the experience of a thirty-nine-year-old Eritrean Christian interpreter fluent in both German and Arabic, but who kept her Christian faith a secret, followed by my rough translation in English:
Sicherheitsdienstmitarbeiter und Übersetzer sind ihren Angaben zufolge fast immer Muslime. Sie machen, sagt die 39-Jährige, auf den ersten Blick einen sehr netten Eindruck: "Sie sind zumeist hier aufgewachsen, haben oft studiert, angesehene Berufe, und sie geben sich weltoffen." Doch das ändere sich, sobald sie "unter sich" seien: "Dann zeigen sie ihr wirkliches Gesicht und sagen Sätze wie 'Deutschland muss islamisiert werden'. Sie verachten unser Land und unsere Werte." Die junge Frau ist entsetzt und will es lange nicht wahrhaben. Sie verschweigt weiterhin, dass sie Christin ist, um mehr zu erfahren. Unter anderem besucht sie den Koranunterricht verschiedener Moscheen: "Dort wird purer Hass gegen Andersgläubige gepredigt. Die Kinder bekommen es hier in Deutschland von klein auf beigebracht." Ähnlich sei es in den Flüchtlingsheimen. Sie bekommt mit, wie sich muslimische Jungs weigern, mit Christen zu spielen. Die Übersetzerin versucht zu vermitteln: "Du bist Muslim, er ist Christ. Welchen Unterschied macht das denn?" Die Fünfjährigen antworten ihr: "Mit den Christen spiele ich nicht. Meine Eltern hassen die auch." Die Übersetzerin erschrickt: "Sie sind vor dem Krieg nach Deutschland geflohen und müssten doch froh sein, dass ein christliches Land sie aufnimmt."
Now for my rough translation, which is at times more of a paraphrase based on the context supplied in the original German article:
According to a 39-year-old Christian female interpreter who keeps her Christian faith secret and works with the refugees from Syria, security coworkers and interpreters are almost all Muslim. She says that they make a very nice first impression: "Most of them grew up here, often undertook higher education, work in respected occupations, and present themselves as open-minded." But all that changes as soon as they are "among themselves": "They then show their true face and say things like 'Germany must be Islamized'. They disrespect our country and our values." The young woman was shocked and for a long time couldn't accept it as true. She continues to hide the fact that she is a Christian in order to learn more. Among other things, she visits the Qur'an courses in various mosques: "In those mosques, pure hate is preached against people of other beliefs. Here in Germany, Muslim children get taught that from an early age." It's similar in the refugee shelters. She observes that Muslim boys refuse to play with Christians. She tries to mediate: "You are Muslim, he is Christian. What difference does that make?" The five-year-olds reply: "I don't play with Christians. My parents hate them, too." The interpreter is alarmed: "They fled to Germany from the war and ought to be happy that a Christian country accepts them."
So much for gratitude. I'd heard of this problem through other channels, but I was waiting for a more official report, which this one seems to be.

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At 12:06 PM, Blogger TheBigHenry said...


At 12:27 PM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Who woulda thunk it?

Jeffery Hodges

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At 12:37 PM, Blogger TheBigHenry said...

I am shocked! Shocked, I tell ya!

At 2:09 PM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

I'm so shocked, I'm damn near electrocuted!

Jeffery Hodges

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At 9:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Try to tell this to a liberal in the USA.


At 9:31 PM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Some of them get it, e.g., Bill Maher.

Jeffery Hodges

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At 2:14 PM, Blogger King Baeksu said...

I've attempted to have a discussion with German friends about the "refugee crisis" in Europe, but if you dare so much as to question it they immediately tell you what a horrible person you are and start going on about Holocaust. It's almost a form of moral seppuku.

Meanwhile in Sweden:

"They fled to Germany from the war and ought to be happy that a Christian country accepts them."

There are no Christian churches or Buddhist temples in Saudi Arabia, the homeland of Islam. There's a reason for that.

At 2:15 PM, Blogger King Baeksu said...

*the Holocaust

At 2:32 PM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Here's the link.

Jeffery Hodges

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At 2:47 PM, Blogger King Baeksu said...

Meme war intensifies:

At 3:58 PM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Here's the link.

Jeffery Hodges

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