Germany: Entire Block of Social Housing Reserved for Refugees Before It’s Even Finished

Krauts keep protesting the invaders, but more invaders keep coming regardless

Germans are incapable of influencing their government in any way at all.

That’s called “democracy.”

It means that the government forces things on you, and you have no ability to resist.


A Berlin housing association is scheduled to complete its latest block of social housing apartment buildings in the German capital next spring, but they are currently reserved exclusively for use by asylum seekers, it has emerged.

The 128-apartment complex on Askanierring in the Spandau borough is expected to be opened by the Wohnungsbaugesellschaft Berlin-Mitte (WBM) housing association in May 2024, but will first serve around 570 refugees expected to move in indefinitely before it is available for Berliners currently on the social housing waiting list.

WBM Managing Director Dormeyer recently praised the project as “contributing to the integration of refugees” and saw no issue in the accommodation first being reserved for new foreign nationals arriving in Berlin. He insisted that the complex will eventually become a “long-term attractive living space for all Berliners.”

A spokesperson confirmed, however, that “there is currently no date when the first Berliners can move in.” This appeared to be a line echoed by local politicians, including the spokesperson for Building Senator Christian Gaebler (SPD), who told local press that “it is not possible to give an exact date. That depends on how long the apartments are needed as refugee accommodation.”

Christian Gaebler

Speaking to the B.Z. newspaper, one Christian Democrat (CDU) opposition MP called the move “totally unbelievable” and called on local government to ensure that the apartments are available for Berliners in need “after three years at the latest.”

The move is the latest social housing project planned by WBM that will explicitly, albeit temporarily, exclude ordinary Berliners; another project was announced in June for a 72-apartment complex “in the best inner-city location” that will be reserved for female senior citizens who identify as lesbian or bisexual.

That sounds like a great place to start a career as a producer of lesbian granny porn.

4 in 5 Germans technically deserve this at the moment