I’m feeling pretty important right about now. I bet you never got linked from Mark Steyn. Nanyananyananya!
In eastern Germany, rural communities are dying and one consequence is that village sewer systems are having a tough time adjusting to the lack of use. Populations have fallen so dramatically that there are too few people flushing to keep the waste moving. Traditionally, government infrastructures expenditure arises from increased demand. In this case, the sewer lines are having to be narrowed at great cost in order to cope with dramatically decreased demand. (Mark Steyn, America Alone, p.114)
No need to worry. All they have to do is set up their own human rights commissions. That should keep the merde moving in healthy measure.