According to an article (which has been since removed) about this video, each Muslim “refugee” costs nearly a half-million Euros to care for in state benefits. What do they do to repay the German government? They rob donations intended for those who most need them.
Look at these men. They are well-dressed, healthy, and have no problems. They are NOT “refugees.” They are parasites living off of the system and will continue to feed on their host until it dies, after which they will try to find a new host to destry
From Mopo.de (now a dead link):
A man from an East German town has captured on camera what many are witnessing all around the country. Clothing containers, where citizens donate clothing to the homeless and needy are often looted by so-called “refugees” and migrants trying to take advantage of the current “no-limit” policy of the German government in regards to illegal immigration. Many are unsatisfied with the clothing provided by the government, so they search for more expensive, usually brand clothing and frequently break into the containers, stealing the most valuable items they can find. You can hear the man telling the migrants that the police are on their way, which either doesn’t seem to bother them or, more likely, means they don’t understand a word of German.
The theft method requires two people: One going inside the container (usually with a flashlight) picking out clothing he likes and an assistant that gets him back out.
Many homeless Germans, usually middle aged or the elderly living on the streets, are refused sufficient benefits and have died in the attempt to get clothing using this method without an assistant, consequently suffocating in the containers. 300,000 Germans are currently living on the streets. Especially elderly women are hit hard by this as having had children does not qualify you for a pension large enough to live on as you officially “did not work”. While so-called refugees receive luxurious care and are sometimes housed in hotels, many elderly Germans are forced to collect returnable bottles or beg on the streets. In 2014 a 35 year old German man in Hamburg painfully suffocated in the attempt to get clothing from a container to avoid freezing to death as he was refused shelter.