It’s always the same thing: non-Muslims must change their behavior and adapt their culture to suit Muslims. Muslims are never expected to adapt to the mores of their host culture. And so where will this end? Will Germany surrender completely and become a sharia state? Or at a certain point will Germans say they have had enough? Because of their horrific history of genocide and hatred, many Germans will never say “Enough” even to the point of taking peaceful steps to stop this invasion — they would rather commit national suicide. And that is exactly what they are doing. Yet to oppose supremacists who have vowed to take over and transform society in their own image is not in the least like Nazi hatred of Jews, who never committed any terror attacks or vowed any takeover. To equate the today’s Muslim invaders of Europe with Jews in Nazi Germany is a tactic of Merkel and her cohorts to demonize and silence all dissent to her suicidal policies.

“German Cafes Stop Selling Pork Sausages to Spare Muslim Refugees’ Feelings,” Sputnik, March 4, 2016 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

A number of German cafes have started to exclude traditional pork sausages from their menus in order not to offend the feelings of Muslim newcomers, Deutsche Welle reported.

Members of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s CDU party criticized the initiative and are planning to control that pork is further available at work and university canteens, the article said.

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“The protection of minorities — including for religious reasons — must not mean that the majority is overruled in their free decision by ill-conceived consideration,” representative of the party, Daniel Gunther said.

According to the politician, those who want to refrain from eating pork can do so, but it does not mean that meat should disappear from all menus.

The consumption of pork is a part of the German culture, he said, strictly opposing the new initiative.

Syrian migrants and refugees gather at a makeshift migrant detention center at Kos’ abandoned football stadium after crossing from Turkey, at the southeastern island of Kos, Greece, Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015.

Earlier it was reported that more and more German residents support the introduction of restrictions on the inflow of refugees to the country. The growing influx of newcomers raises security concerns among the local population, especially after cases of sexual assaults against women on New Year’s Eve….

Courtesy of Pamela Geller.