A dispatch from Germany has reached us, indicating that the city of Hamburg is expropriating apartments, taking them from their German owners to provide housing for Middle Eastern Muslim refugees who have been pouring into Germany at the rate of hundreds per day, with the blessings of the German government. The apartments will be renovated upon taking, but — get this — the cost of renovation will be charged to current apartment owners. This dispatch is silent on whether anyone — notably the refugees — will be paying any rent to the condemnee-owners. See Soeren Kern, Germany Confiscationg Houses to Use for Migrants, Gatestone Institute, May 15, 2017. See https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/15c071f6459bb092
This bit of Enteignung is complicated by the fact that the apartments in question have been sitting vacant, with no indication as to why their owners were not using or renting them. Also, the German constitution provides for the exercise of eminent domain for public benefit and upon payment of just compensation. So chances are we will hear about this bit of German kleptocracy.