With Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open door migration policy continuing to fuel a surging crime wave and swelling the ranks of jihadists in Germany, a large number of people took to social media — not to denounce the open borders policy or radical Islam — but to protest what are perceived as racist “microaggressions” faced by immigrants and refugees in the country.
Under the hashtag #MeTwo, countless Germans of immigrant descent, refugees and activists shared stories of the “everyday racism” in Germany.
“My Croatia neighbors in Germany treat us as “arabic” Students from Arabia ( we are Tunisians and there is no place called Arabia ). And when i meet her in the building she never smiled and never replied to my greetings as if i did something to her,” tweeted a Tunisian girl.
Another had some advice:
Hey, white fellow Germans. If you are sensitive to #metwo, it doesn’t mean that People of Color lie or “accuse” us of racism.
Our entire society is racist. Yeah, me too. Because that’s how we were raised. This is not an accusation, it is reality. Change it.