An original translation by Nash Montana
When it’s about money: Savings Bank! And now Bielefeld has one just for refugees.
As fast as possible they should be “provided” with savings accounts, so that they quickly can take part in commercial life in Germany.
Of course this would be a relief for the administration, but is this really only about participation, integration, relief?
Nationwide there are a multitude of buildings, especially concerning ATM’s, which are not easily accessible for handicapped people. Wheelchair bound people often fail to even enter the small cubicles which are usually not much larger than a telephone box, and they have to rely on the few “real” locations or in inner cities they have to use general ATM’s which will charge them extra. Which of course, exactly for this group of people, presents an increased risk.
Even so, an entire location just for handicapped people or only for women does not exist.
So what are German and conventional migrants, which do not possess “refugee status” thinking of such preferential treatment?
Will grocery stores get on the bandwagon and implement registers only for refugees?
Will there soon be parking only for refugees, since it’s already in discussion if the drivers license test should be available in arabic, of course only in the name of more expedient integration.
The new clientele will most likely only take part in commercial life in one direction, by which their credits and loans will be provided out of nothing . And that in order to get something, one has to put in something, is probably not being mentioned, nor expected from them.
Because for that, there are all the other savings bank locations with their second class clientele, whom the judicial officer will be quickly hounding in case they should neglect to make their regular payment.