A refugee tried to burn down a city hall in the town he was staying injuring 6 people, and painted a Swastika on the wall to blame it on a German Nationalist. Fortunately he was caught. Should Germany continue to accept Refugees?
Lol, I've heard so many people say "you can't judge them all by the actions of a few" so many times that at this point it isn't "a few"
They never should have in the first place.
Why is it that we can't judge all Muslims by one's actions yet if one gun owner shoots someone libs try to vilify all gun owners?
Yes. The actions of one should not damn the rest of the desperate.
"The actions of one"
There's about over one hundred thousand of these examples I can give.
Let's keep condemning the whole group because of the actions of a few. You continue to use this distorted logic.
Luft, you know I am liberal, but I agree on this. The "left" is not being smart on this. The answer to Mideast refugees is not to take them out of the Mideast, and put them in an alien (to them) atmosphere with different social norms and customs. It is to resettle them somewhere else in the Mideast. I don't have an issue with controlled immigration for people that have jobs and will add to country they go.
You mean tried to blame it on a Nazi right?
The article said he tried to blame it on a Xenophobic but the only people that are considered "Xenophobic" in Germany currently are the Nationalists.
Die Welt is a conservative paper. They're not going to call the people he blamed nazis. However this is more attacking the fact that you aren't attributing the Swastica to Nazism (in a non-hindu setting)
That Swastika wasn't turned 90 degrees nor looked anything liked the National Socialist Swastika. Although probably the Refugee just tried to associate a Nazi doing this... I don't understand what point you're trying to make.
No. Nationalism isn't the same thing as nazism.
The sad part is, the Native German leftists there are still holding a March against Xenophobia despite the evidence showing it was a Refugee.