(NaturalNews) Even the usually docile, uber-tolerant Europeans are likely getting fed up with the tens of thousands of migrants flowing into the continent from the war-torn Middle East, where a failure of U.S. leadership and an escalation of conflict in Syria by Russia is likely to drive even more people eastward.
One reason why European hospitality and tolerance could be waning is due to what many see as the regrettably ungrateful nature of some of the newly arrived, but not universally accepted, “guests.”
Given this scenario, what is happening to the migrants — from Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, and Egypt — is likely a precursor to what life will be like in the United States if the government ever finds it necessary to mass-incarcerate large segments of the population.
In recent days, more than 60 people were injured at a tented refugee camp in Germany after a mass riot erupted over food. As reported by the UK Daily Mail, the melee forced police to break up a huge brawl involving an estimated 400 refugees.
The paper further reported:
“The riot at Calden near Kassel came on the the same day Germany’s biggest police union called for a new ‘apartheid’ system to be enforced in refugee homes — the separation of people according to religion — after a number of flare ups in recent weeks.
“Meanwhile, Germany’s domestic intelligence chief warned of a radicalization of right-wing groups amid a record influx of migrants as xenophobic rallies and clashes shook several towns at the weekend.”
The paper added that conservative politicians are supportive of calls by some in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government to construct separated refugee centers; they say Christians in the homes are being persecuted and harassed by hardline Muslims, which tends to happen frequently in the Muslims’ home countries.
Separation of asylum seekers based on religion, necessary
“It is sad, but obviously necessary that we require the separation of
asylum seekers according to religion,” former minister of the interior
Hans-Peter Friedrich said, according to the Daily Mail.
“Muslim associations should clearly renounce attacks on Christians in the asylum homes,” added current chairman of the ruling CDU parliamentaty group, Volker Kauder.
“What we’re seeing in connection with the refugee crisis is a mobilization on the street of right-wing extremists, but also of some left-wing extremists who oppose them,” said Hans-Georg Maassen.
He also said that for the past few years, the agency — the Office for the Protection of the Constitution — had witnessed a “radicalization” and “a greater willingness to use violence” by all manner of extremist organizations, left and right.
In recent days, police and soldiers could be seen guarding buses carrying about 100 migrants to a shelter in the town of Niederau, in the eastern Saxony state, after right-wing groups had staged a rally at the site, which is a former supermarket.
Could it happen in the U.S., which has its own migrant problem?Most experts viewing the clashes expect two things — that they will escalate as more migrants arrive, and that the two extremes, left and right, will remain combative and use violence to undermine the other and force their will.
Imagine a similar scenario in the United States, where we are experiencing our own mass migration problem, mostly from south of the border. The Obama administration, at the direction of the president himself — who has used what critics have called an unconstitutional executive order to change current immigration law — is thwarting efforts to deport tens of thousands of illegal immigrants who have arrived over the past year. And while the government is not (yet) putting them into FEMA-like camps, it has certainly distributed them to various communities around the country.
Is there a danger that right and left-leaning groups in the U.S. could clash over Obama’s policies at some point? And if so, is it then possible for him to decide that one side or the other represents a greater-than-usual threat?
Given this president’s penchant for bypassing Congress and using his “pen and phone” to rule by decree, the answer would be a resounding yes. So far, few on Capitol Hill have shown much will to oppose him.
And this doesn’t even take into account what may happen — how most Americans would react — if some sort of event or social collapse were to strike, wiping out food logistics chains and overwhelming FEMA’s limited capacity to intervene.