‘As foreign refugees continue to flood into Western Europe, one country in particular stands out for bearing the brunt of the refugee crisis. Germany has embraced more of these people than any other nation in the EU, and it looks like the fabric of their society is beginning to buckle under their weight. This isn’t happening in a cataclysmic sort of way (at least for now), but the crisis is clearly affecting the lives of the average German, and not in a good way.
I’m sure the German government thought that everything would be hunky dory. They probably assumed that these refugees would one day make an excellent cheap labor source to shore up their falling birth rates, and Germany’s citizens would embrace the downtrodden foreigners with open arms. Of course, nothing of this magnitude is ever that simple. You can’t make an omelet without cracking a few eggs, and in this case, the native Germans are the eggs. Here’s what the average German has been dealing with in just the past week:’