Germany: 'Refugees' Burned Down Asylum Center Because 'There Wasn't Enough Nutella'

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Nov. 21, 2016

Muslim "refugees" in Germany burned down an asylum center on Ramadan earlier this year because "there wasn't enough Nutella."

From Bild.de (as translated by Diversity Macht Frei):
They are alleged to have set fire to an old conference hall because they thought the buffet during Ramadan was not full enough.

At mid-day on 7 June, suddenly a hundred-metre high pillar of smoke could be seen over Düsseldorf. The state prosecutor is convinced: both of the men set fire to the former conference hall that was being used as refugee accommodation.

Headline reads: "They set fire to the asylum center because there wasn't enough Nutella."
"It was triggered by a dispute about food during Ramadan", said Dr. Martina Reinartz, spokeswoman of the state court of Düsseldorf. 26 people were injured; there was ten million euros worth of damage because the hall was burnt down completely.

The state prosecutor has charged Adel D. with serious fire-raising and serious assault, and Mohammed B. with acting as his accomplice.
Can you believe the nerve of these people?

Everyone knows Nutella on Ramadan is a basic human right.

Get your act together Germany, it's 2016.



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