'Pure Hatred:' Translator at German Refugee Camp Reveals How Migrants Want to Islamize Country

"We will multiply our numbers. We must have more children than the Christians because it’s the only way we can destroy them here."

This comes as a shock to no one who lives in reality.  A translator in Germany said that her time working at refugee camps around the county has been very illuminating -- namely for the fact that she learned firsthand just how much migrants hate their host country and everyone who isn't Muslim. 

The 39-year-old woman from Eritrea came as a refugee to Germany in 1991 and volunteered at the refugee camps as a way of "giving back." She told the German Catholic website Kath.net that what she has witnessed over the last five hears is nothing short of "pure hatred." 

The UK Sun translated portions of the report in which the translator describes her time working at the camps. She said she has observed bigotry and a desire among refugees to Islamize Germany: 

When she has tried to encourage Muslim children to play with their Christian counterparts, she said typical responses include: "I don’t play with Christians. My parents hate them too.”

She said: “Christians are oppressed, intimidated and harassed by Muslim refugees. This is normal.

“Some women told me, ‘We will multiply our numbers. We must have more children than the Christians because it’s the only way we can destroy them here.’”

According to the report, which was translated from the German Catholic website Kath.net, the translator alleges migrants scolded her for feeding and helping Christians: 

She told German Catholic website Kath.net: “They want Germany to be Islamized. They despise our country and our values.”

She claimed many of the migrants showed their “true colors” only when they were away from people of other religions.

The translator explained: “Pure hatred against non-believers is preached, and children are brought here from an early age here in Germany.

While the report uses an anonymous source making it difficult to vet, there have been similar stories emanating from the refugee camps for years -- and, given the well-documented history of violence being perpetrated in some of the worst camps and all-Muslim neighborhoods across Europe, the allegations seem plausible.

If President-elect Trump maintains his vow on immigration policies, the U.S. will hopefully not have to find out the hard way if the reports are true. 

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