AJ+ has documented a short clip on the refugee crisis in Germany, but with a difference.
Germany has taken in more refugees during the 2015 crisis than any other EU country. They’ve set the precedent for all other European nations. But how are their own citizens reacting to the mass migration of asylum seekers?
While some German protesters shout “foreigners out,” and attack refugees, other parts of Germany are uniting and helping to deal with the crisis. Soldiers in Halberstadt and other towns have been called in to deal with the crisis by building camps in public parks, with the public rallying their support behind the projects.
While some attack the very notion of an asylum seeker walking into their country, some parts of the German media are lashing out at those attacking, imploring others to speak up and loud against the behavior. Anja Reschke, a popular German news anchor hit back at the hate-speech populating her country. “The haters have to understand that society doesn’t tolerate this,” she states in front of the cameras. ‘Speak out against it, open your mouth, show attitude.”
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Posted by AJ+ on Tuesday, August 25, 2015
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