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The Backlash Begins

Protestors hold a banner during a demonstration of the PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West), marking the first anniversary of the anti-Islam group in Dresden, eastern Germany, Monday, Oct. 19, 2015. The banner reads in German 'Money for our children and not for your asylum seekers'. A surge of migrants to Germany over the summer has fueled a revival of fortunes for the group — whose name stands for "Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West" — with crowds to weekly rallies growing steadily. Germany's top security official said the domestic intelligence service was monitoring PEGIDA and called its leaders "hard far-right extremists." (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)

Protestors hold a banner during a demonstration of the PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West), marking the first anniversary of the anti-Islam group in Dresden, eastern Germany, Monday, Oct. 19, 2015. The banner reads in German ‘Money for our children and not for your asylum seekers’. A surge of migrants to Germany over the summer has fueled a revival of fortunes for the group — whose name stands for “Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West” — with crowds to weekly rallies growing steadily. Germany’s top security official said the domestic intelligence service was monitoring PEGIDA and called its leaders “hard far-right extremists.” (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)

How bad is Germany’s “migrant” problem? Imagine if you invited in a few strangers, who invited in a few strangers, who invited in a few more strangers — who had to be taught not to use the sofa or the kitchen sink as a toilet. Tony Parsons explains:

Thanks to German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s limitless generosity, the country has let in an unknown number of migrants.

The latest figure, leaked to Bild magazine from inside the government, suggests it could be as high as 1.5million in 2015 alone.

And now Germany has to work out how to live with them.

Volker Rohm, the 55-year-old mayor of Hardheim, in south west Germany, penned some “helpful instructions and guidance” for the new arrivals.

“Dear foreign lady, dear foreign man — welcome to Germany, welcome in Hardheim,” wrote Herr Rohm.

“Many of you have been through terrible experiences. War, threats to your lives, a dangerous escape over half the world. This is now over.

“You are now in Germany. Germany is a peaceful country. Performing our necessaries should be done exclusively in toilets. Not in gardens and parks, not hedges and behind bushes. Germany is a clean country and should remain so!”

And Germany is a country starting to wonder exactly what it has let itself in for. [Emphasis in original]

Longtime Sharp VodkaPundit Readers™ have known for a long, long time exactly what Europe has let itself in for.