This is a series of Interviews conducted among migrants in Berlin who lived in worked in Germany for decades. What might be surprising to many liberals is that they completely disapprove of the millions of illegal immigrants streaming into the country under the guise of being a "refugee". They complain that the new wave of illegal immigrants competes with not only Germans, but also established immigrants for housing and jobs.
The woman in the first interview says it's become a "catastrophe" and that she wants all refugees deported immediately as not a single one belongs to Germany. She asks why anybody would give them welfare, apartments and benefits for free and says she's now a voter for the Nationalistische Partei Deutschlands (Nationalist Party of Germany), or NPD.
A family father who lived in and worked in Germany for 40 years says the new immigrants that came in the last 2-3 years caused "so much sh*t" in Germany and if he were mayor of Berlin, he'd deport them even for the most minor of offences. He also says why you're not allowed to talk about this because of a "free country" and "democratic" values. "What does that even mean?" he asks.
A merchant who has been selling goods at a market for 20 years says he no longer gets any customers as Germans have fled the inner cities as they are now filled only with foreigners and refugees, who, according to him, are not the "good people" he used to do business with.
Another woman says that there needs to be a different solution for migrants since you can't just give them free apartments and let them take away jobs from Germans and regular immigrants.
Multiple others complain about the skyrocketing rental prices and lack of housing for working class citizens due to the government housing refugees there.
In a way this sounds kind of hypocritical with them being immigrants themselves, but these are people who waited their turn to immigrate, and came here to work, not get freebies, and tried their best to assimilate into German culture whereas the refugees want handouts, and don't want to assimilate.