A local newspaper in Hamburg, Germany is reporting that the Kita Rabenshorts day care center’s promotional brochure reassures wealthy parents that their facility is virtually “migrant-free”:
The Kita Rabenshorts day care centre in Hamburg is situated in a green area with tall trees and houses with large gardens.
In its 30-page brochure, the centre describes exactly of whom they take care. Children are from rich families and a large number of parents are lawyers, doctors or consultants.
After a while, the brochure reads: “We take care of only a few children with a migrant background”. A page that is illustrated with a photo of a blonde, blue-eyed boy named Finn.
“The kindergarten wanted to describe the social structure of the district, but has actually chosen a misleading formulation,” says spokeswoman Katrin Geyer.
She add that this “does not correspond to the principles of the day care centre nor those of the carrier Elbkinder. The corresponding passage about the migrant families will be deleted immediately.”
Leading journalist Mathis Neuburger in Hamburg suggests that the rich people from the area are complete hypocrites:
“This is not an individual derailment, but an attitude of mind that has long been maintained by a large part of the Hamburg elite: they are open to cosmopolitanism, benefit from globalisation, donate to the charity dinner – but otherwise they prefer to stay among themselves.”
“Refugee homes are being sued, social housing prevented, the poor and migrants so marginalised. Should the people in the other districts care about integration! There is one word for this behaviour, asocial,” he adds.
The best way to discourage migration is to “marginalize” any migrants who show up in your town. If you are accommodating and generous, your town will become a virtual homeless shelter for migrants. Unfortunately, there are not enough of these “migrant free” day care centers or homeless shelters to discourage these invaders.
The entire countries of Poland and Hungary advertise themselves to be virtually “migrant free” but German liberals are having a fit over just one day care center that wants to offer a “safe space” for their children.
However, reading between the lines, it seems that Hamburg’s “cosmopolitan elite” are pro-migrant liberals who can afford to live far away from the ravages of their destructive politics. It is always the White middle and working classes that suffer most from the social ills of non-White immigration, and these “elites” don’t care, of course, because if it gets too dangerous for them and their families, they can always get on a plane and be in Tel Aviv by dinner time.