Monday, November 7, 2016

12 foot wall being built in Munich neighborhood to protect families from noise and behavior of foreign refugees injected into their towns by German government-UK Sun

11/6/16, "GERMANY'S NEW WALL: 12ft wall built in Munich to protect families from migrants who will live at suburban asylum centre," The Sun, UK, Brittany Vonow

"Locals campaigned to have the wall built after it was announced 160 migrants would move nearby"

"A WALL that will tower more than 12-ft is being built in Munich after locals raised fears young refugees would be moving into the area. 

The barrier–which is higher than the Berlin Wall–is being built in Neuperlach Süd to separate the current community from the 160 unaccompanied young migrants moving to a nearby shelter.

Locals who campaigned for the wall argued that the values of their home would decrease if the refugees remained in the area for an extended period of time.

They also raised concerns about the noise and behaviour of the refugees.

The Berlin Wall, which stood at 11.8ft, is smaller than the new wall, with it unclear of how far the almost-completed wall will be.

A local judge of the Administrative Court in Munich permitted the wall, saying the new arrivals should not be able to use the wall for “ball throwing games” or other “leisure use”, local news Merkur reported....

The wall will reportedly be covered in vines after it is completed.

One couple told local media: “Donald Trump wants to build a wall for Mexico, and we in Munich Neuperlachbuild one to keep up safe from refugees.”

Merkel recently admitted that Germany may have failed with its open-door immigration policy, saying: “If I could, I would go back in time to be better prepared for the refugee crisis in 2015, for which we were rather unprepared.”

Concerns have also been raised that some asylum seekers who escaped their war-torn countries were returning to their homes for a holiday, despite claiming they needed to flee persecution.

Germany has accepted more than 1.3 million asylum seekers but has sought to reconsider its policy around migration." image from UK Sun


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