This week is the 50-year anniversary of the Anwerbeabkommen (Recruitment Agreement) signed between Germany and Turkey. It was this agreement that paved the way for the colonisation of Germany by aggressive Muslim aliens. The terms of the agreement required the aliens to leave after no more than two years. Now, 50 years later, they're still there. And they've brought their sisters and brothers and aunties and uncles and cousins (often for marriage purposes).
Although many ordinary Germans would now consider this process of Turkish colonisation to be the greatest disaster in German history after Hitler, Germany officialdom is intent on celebrating it.
Here we see two genocide celebration posters from Hamburg, with slogans in German and Turkish. These were photographed in the local subway.