German President requests tolerance from citizens terrorised by migrants

Friday, June 29, 2018
By Paul Martin
28 June 2018

Cottbus is a hot bed for refugee crime, which has resulted in repeated violent clashes between foreigners and locals. After several incidents, Germany’s Minister of the Interior even imposed a ban on immigration for refugees and intensified police controls in the city.

Recently, President Frank-Walter Steinmeier came to Cottbus to attend the 20 years of “Tolerant Brandenburg” ceremony and to listen to people’s fears. The President gave a passionate plea for tolerance in Cottbus.

“There is a tendency towards brutalisation and disunification in our country, to which one must react. Tolerance, respect and peaceful coexistence must be lived and demanded more consistently at all levels,” he said.

The question remains whether the people of Cottbus feel heard by Steinmeier with his call for tolerance of migrant knife stabbers, slaughterers of women, and anti-Semites in the city.

In both March and April of this year, thousands of people took to the streets in protest against the state of injustice of “people searching for protection” committing violent crimes and in no way needing to fear significant penalties.

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