Germany kicking people out of their own residences to give to refugees

After the truth about the mass European refugee event has become public now for a few weeks, one has to wonder why leaders within the EU would be willing to tear the union apart by forcing countries to take in Islamic and foreign aliens, especially when many are not even Syrian, or homeless because of the Syrian Civil War.

But even with this being said, and with an ongoing clash raging between stable EU nations and fringe ones like Hungary, Germany appears to be fully into the false narrative as now there are reports of government officials kicking out long-standing citizens from their rented apartments to provide space for the massive influx of alien refugees.

Having lived in the same flat for 16 years, a German woman is being forced to move out to make way for refugees, because building a new shelter is too expensive. The 51 year-old nurse, who has helped asylum seekers in the past, was shocked by the news.
“I was completely shocked and I can’t even begin to find the words to describe how the city has treated me,” Halbey told the German publication. “I have had to go through a lot of difficulties recently, and then I get this notice. It was like a kick in the teeth.”
Halbey will have until May 2016 to find a new place to live, along with her dog and her cat. The three-story building, where she rented a 90 sq/m flat will now be turned into accommodation for refugees, who are seeking to make Germany their new home.
The mayor of Nieheim, Rainer Vidal, which has a population of just over 6,000, defended the decision to send the nurse packing, saying converting the building would be “the cheapest option.”
“A new residential unit for 30 refugees in Nieheim would cost €30,000 ($33,600). This solution will cost me nothing,” he told Die Welt. – Russia Today

Most of the refugees that are suddenly trying to cross over into Europe have been residing in Turkish refugee camps for more than two years, and there are many analysts who are attributing this sudden migration to political or NGO programs that want to create chaos in Europe at a time when the world is rushing towards economic and even social collapse.


For those who believe that this may be the start of the State choosing to ignore the rights of their citizens, and of those who own private property, all one has to do is look at the United States where the Obama Administration seized control of 67% of all mortgages after the bursting of the Housing Bubble, and where the President announced a new policy where starting in 2017, America will open its doors to 100,000 or more refugees per year in a country that is already tearing itself apart from an estimated 40 million aliens who have come into the country illegally since 1986.

Kenneth Schortgen Jr is a writer for,, and To the Death Media, and hosts the popular web blog, The Daily Economist. Ken can also be heard Wednesday afternoons giving an weekly economic report on the Angel Clark radio show.