As Part of Schoolwork: German Kids Required to Make Beds, Cook and Clean for Migrants at Centers
Germany will spend at least €6 billion this year on caring for the 1.5 million migrants expected to arrive in the country by the end of 2015.
In 2014 just 400,000 migrants came to Germany. This year 1.5 million more will arrive in a country of 80,000,000.
German schoolchildren are now required as part of their schoolwork to cook, clean and make beds for Muslim migrants.
— NCRenegade (@NC_Renegade) October 13, 2015
A German mother posted this letter from school online.
The letter described the activities of a project week, including going to help out in an asylum center.
This provoked a flurry of indignation and disbelief,
A local newspaper confirmed the story.
Diversity Macht Frei reported:
The Kiel Ministry of Education confirmed the letter was authentic. Already this week, as described above, the schoolchildren from a school in Lübeck had put fresh linen on the beds, sorted out clothing and helped out in the kitchen in an accommodation centre for refugees passing through. This took place in the context of a project week intended to prepare the eighth-graders [age about 13-14] for practical work experience.
Migrants at one center dumped their garbage from the balcony.
Migrants Dump Garbage from their Balconies : Augsburg Asylum Center, Germany.
The kids ought to have fun cleaning this up…