A hall which was being used as a refugee center was burned down because angry migrants were furious about the lack of Nutella and gummibears, it has been claimed.Don't worry. The taxpayers will build another one. Nothing's too good for our oppressed darling refugees. Then they can burn that one down too.
The building was completely destroyed in the fire, which caused an estimated $12.4 million in damage.
German newspaper Das Bild has revealed that groups were angry when chocolate spread and confectionery were not available after dark, despite it being available during the day.This isn't an aberration. The refugees arrive with the conviction of their own superiority and a monstrous sense of entitlement.
Meals at the centre had been cancelled because of Ramadan, when Muslims do not eat during daylight hours.
Protesters shouted: 'There isn't enough Nutella, Gummibears and chocolate', the newspaper reports.
The two men charged have been named as Algerian Adel D, who is accused of aggravated arson and dangerous bodily harm, and Moroccan Mohammed B.
A protest held by refugees against “monotonous” Italian food was “excessive”, especially at a time when thousands of Italians go hungry, the president of a police organization told The Local.And then there were all the trees in Sweden.
“There are thousands of Italians living in poverty and who aren’t even eating one meal a day, let alone two or three,” he said.
For two days, a group of about 40 asylum-seekers staying at a refugee centre in the Veneto province of Belluno refused to eat the “pasta with tomato sauce, bread and eggs” meals they were given and called to be fed food from their own countries, Libero Quotidiano reported.
To reinforce their point, they blocked a street with a wooden bench, put their lunch on the ground along with bags of clothes and threatened to leave the centre in La Secca, a hamlet in Ponte nelle Alpi.
They reportedly said “we do not eat this stuff”.
Two buses packed with refugees arrived at the park in Lima in west Sweden on Sunday, but around 30 passengers initially refused to disembark.This is what Muslim Privilege looks like.
Charlotte Jacobsson, a press spokesperson for Sweden's Migration Board (Migrationsverket) confirmed to The Local that a number of the asylum seekers had felt uncomfortable being surrounded by so much forest.