In one of our articles published yesterday, we have written about how social networks are being used to create unrest and spread anti-refugee hysteria in Germany. Today we bring an example of the opposite, from Dresden, a city which only seldom features in positive media coverage when it comes to the refugee crisis.
In his Facebook post a man “disappointed” by the behaviour of asylum-seekers writes:
“For months now I have been living in direct neighbourhood to an asylum-seekers dormitory in Dresden and no foreigner has stolen my car or my bicycle. My girlfriend comes home every day totally unraped and without injury. Even the children are still playing on the playground. What’s going on? It’s been a year since the PEGIDA people have promised a terrible time, and nothing is happening. No plundering hordes of ISIS fighters, no gang rapes, not even an insult. At the nearby supermarket asylum-seekers have even paid for their groceries. The lady at the register said: “They always do it that way.” How can this be? What’s going wrong here? I find that the foreigners should behave as PEGIDA have promised...”
He finished with: “Maybe I should rent a place near the Theaterplatz (where PEGIDA holds its demonstrations), because there I always doze off nicely with Pogrom atmosphere.”
The post has already been shared thousands of times.