Is it possible that it takes only 250 individuals providing ‘cultural enrichment‘ to totally destroy the social and civic fabric of an ancient and once-happy European town of 25,000 indigenous people? A 100:1 ratio? For one unlucky place, Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany, the answer is yes.
Partenkirchen originated as the Roman town of Partanum on the trade route from Venice to Augsburg and is first mentioned in the year A.D. 15. Its main street, Ludwigsstrasse, follows the original Roman road. Garmisch is first mentioned some 800 years later as Germaneskau (“German District”), suggesting that at some point a Teutonic tribe took up settlement in the western end of the valley. [Wikipedia]
Well, it seems that there is a new Muslim ‘settlement‘ in Garmisch-Partenkirchen that has existed for two years in a former US Army base. It also seems that Garmisch-Partenkirchen is adding some prescribed diversity to its long history. And what that seems to mean here, as in so many other places, is that these settlers are wreaking havoc. What is incredible is that it seems that it only takes 250 ‘asylum-seekers‘ to destroy the social and civic fabric of an historic town of only 25,000. Garmisch-Partenkirchen’s mayor, yet another ubiquitous ‘centre-left’ politician, has secretly been asking for help from the state of Bavaria¹.
The ability of ‘newcomers‘ to destroy the social and civic fabric of a Western resort has been seen in the Greek islands of Kos and Lesbos. Again, hundreds if not thousands of years of history destroyed in a matter of months. It seems that the social cost, the civic cost and the economic cost (not to mention the cultural cost) of what Europe is doing to itself has yet to be truly measured. Of course it hasn’t: it’s still happening and there are no signs of it stopping. But local mayors secretly discussing the novus via (many of these reports are leaked) is happening everywhere, as local councils have an impossible time explaining away this very new social misery that is now profoundly obvious to all.