German patriots have carried out at least twenty arson attacks at invader centers from September to October, a figure, which like the number of attacks in Sweden, is another significant escalation in the war for Europe’s survival.
According to a list compiled by the far left Tageszeitung (Taz) newspaper, the following attacks have occurred since the beginning of September (they specifically excluded incidents where the invaders themselves had been the cause of the fires, or where attacks had taken place by firecrackers and smoke bombs).
October 8: Grimma: A fire completely destroyed an apartment building earmarked for invader occupation.
October 7: Dresden: Four Molotov cocktails were thrown at an unused school building set aside for invader housing. Minimal damage incurred.
October 4: Xanten: Molotov cocktails thrown at a planned invader residence. In addition, traces of accelerant were found on the ground floor.
October 4: Friemar: Outbuildings used as a toilet complex for invaders next to a hotel were burned, and the fire spread to the hotel facade.
October 3: Altena: The attic of an invader center was burned down just as the invaders arrived to take up residence.
September 29: Oberteuringen: The exterior facade of a planned invader accommodation was damaged in an arson attack.
September 26: Bremen: The floorboards and the plastic holding of an invader tent accommodation was set on fire from the outside with unidentified accelerants.
September 20: Breesen near Rostock: A residence set aside for invader housing was burned down.
September 20: Wertheim. A hotel set aside for invader use was burned down. Police confirmed that the fire was deliberately set.
September 19: Riedlingen: A fire broke out in storage dumpsters at an invader center.
September 18: Bad Aibling: A fire was started underneath the concrete foundations of a container housing unit.
September 14: Porta Westfalica: A Molotov cocktail was thrown against the facade of a hotel set aside as invader accommodation.
September 12: Wiehl. A stationary train carriage, selected for use as invader accommodation,was set on fire and daubed in “xenophobic slogans.”
September 11: Gerstungen: A house set aside for invaders was burned down in an arson attack.
September 9: Berlin-Marzahn: An invader tent camp was set on fire with a device described as being similar to a “Bengal fire” incendiary device.
September 9: Gersheim: An unused school set aside for invader accommodation was burned down.
September 8: Bleicherode: An unused hotel building set aside for invader accommodation was damaged in an arson attack.
September 7: Ebeleben. The roof trusses of three invader residences were completely burned out in an arson attack.
September 6: Dortmund: Molotov cocktails were thrown into a former school set aside for invader accommodation.
September 4: Heppenheim: Five invaders were hurt when the hallway of a hotel occupied by “refugees” was set on fire.
September 3: Witten: A building set aside for invader accommodation was burned down from the inside. Police detected evidence of a forced entry and accelerant.
The Taz article goes on to list a number of incidents earlier in the year, claiming that there have been sixty-six arson attacks in total.
In reality, the final total is likely to be higher, as it has become apparent that police are suppressing reports of incidents involving the invaders in any way, whether it be invader crime or attacks on their centers—the latter for fear of encouraging copycat attacks.
In this way it can be seen that there have been only two reported incidents in November—something which is highly unlikely given the record to date.
The two incidents about which the media were allowed to report occurred as follows:
November 24: Woldegk, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. A residence housing thirty-five invaders had to be evacuated after a fire was started in the basement of the apartment block. The inhabitants were alerted to the blaze by smoke filing the stairwell, and many had to be evacuated by fire brigade ladders from the outside. Two were hospitalized for smoke inhalation.
November 19: Barnstorf, Diepholz. Invaders were forced to evacuate their residence after an attempted arson attack on an outbuilding. The accelerant, apparently placed on a piece of material, failed to spread because it was thrown onto a concrete floor.