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'Migrants' in Europe Rapidly Wearing Out Welcome

The indoor swimming pool in Bornheim. (Henning Kaiser/dpa via AP)

In Cologne, a horde of “refugees”  occasioned an orgy of molestation and rape on New Year’s Eve. In Bornheim, Germany, adult male “asylum seekers” have been banned from the town swimming pools after complaints that they’re grabbing women. Greece is up to its ears in folks washing ashore — a thousand a day. Switzerland and Denmark are now confiscating valuables in order to help pay for the services the Muslim “immigrants” are demanding. And predictions now are that the rate of invaders is set to treble this year:

Only a fortnight into 2016, almost 25,000 refugees have reached the EU at a rate of over 1,700 every day. The rate is three times the 570 who reached Italy or Greece by boat every day last January.

The first sailings of 2016 also brought the first deaths. At least 59 men, women and children have tragically lost their lives – nine trying to reach Italy from Libya and the other 50 after their boats capsized in the Agean Sea. Experts fear that the huge number of New Year arrivals means the total number coming to Europe in search of a better life in 2016 will far outstrip the 1.1 million who arrived last year.

The International Organisation for Migration data will heighten fears that migration is spiraling out of control across Europe’s borders.

Fears? It was out of control the moment Mama Merkel embarked on her crazed quest to dissolve the German Volk and replace them with Muslims. Only someone with no sense of European history (Merkel was raised in communist East Germany, where the history taught was, shall we say, different) and a complete obliviousness to political reality could have made such a colossal error in judgment. But never fear — the evil that she has done will live on long, long after her.

Welcome to Bornheim, the future of Europe:

The deputy mayor of Bornheim, a town of 48,000 some 30 kilometers (19 miles) south of Cologne, said Friday that a difficult decision was made to send a clear message that breaching German cultural norms was a red line that should not be crossed.

“There have been complaints of sexual harassment and chatting-up going on in this swimming pool … by groups of young men, and this has prompted some women to leave (the premises),” Markus Schnapka told Reuters. “This led to my decision that adult males from our asylum shelters may not enter the swimming pool until further notice.”

Wait till the “migrants” discover that the saunas in Germany are coed. How fast do you think that will change? No wonder the EU’s migration commission is warning that the crisis could mean the end of the European project:

Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos told European Union lawmakers in Brussels on Thursday that efforts to manage the refugee emergency were failing as more countries tightened border security. At a meeting organized by the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee in Brussels, Avramopoulos said up to 4,000 people had arrived daily in Greece over Christmas and the New Year. The new arrivals were fleeing either conflict or poverty.

Avramopoulos said the scheme launched in September to share 160,000 refugees arriving in Greece and Italy among EU member states had only managed to settle 272 people in new homes. “All member states have to play the game,” Avramopoulos said.

Good luck with that.