Q: And what, actually, do you do?
A: We guard fire exists, so nobody will open them, because if a certain number of them were open, the whole hall would collapse, which they (the “refugees”) will not understand and we also keep trying to teach them that there is no smoking inside. We also safeguard the safety of the officials working here.The food hand out is a chapter in itself, conflicts arise between them and attack each other, plus they like to attack the catering staff.
Q: They are attacking the employees?
A: Regularly. You have to understand, they consider all of us as mere servants, who are there for them and must fulfil their wishes. They are permanently dissatisfied with something, the amount of food, the quality, with the provided services and they are constantly making demands for some other rights.…Conflicts between us us, meaning the members of the protective staff and the migrants, always arise because they think that we are their servants and must do their bidding. The Germans enforce this point of view; the norm simply is that if a migrant has a wish, it should be fulfilled.
…They’ve already even stoned us, that they love to do. They are very afraid of physical contact, and are happy to step back a few meters and a whole horde will start throwing rocks. This is very easy here, because underneath the tent, there is crushed rock and all aroud, there are many rocks about the size of a fist, absolutely ideal for throwing.