Nonwhite invaders have committed more than 200,000 crimes in Germany in 2015 alone, a new confidential police report leaked to the media has revealed.
The report, published in Spiegel magazine, also said that the crime and security situation will only get worse as times goes on.
In two thirds of the cases, the report said, the criminal acts are linked to theft, forgery, and other “fraudulent acts.” Approximately 18 percent of the cases are linked to “acts of brutality,” that is, injury, threats, and coercion.
In North Rhine-Westphalia, police officers were called out to invader centers an incredible 93,000 times to quell disturbances at the 314 invader centers. The report does not even begin to estimate how many times the police have been called out to attend to incidents on a national level, where there are approximately 4,500 invader centers around the country.
Fifty percent of the call-outs to the invader centers in North Rhine-Westphalia were related to thefts, vandalism, and “disputes,” the report said.
Meanwhile, a report in the Bild newspaper revealed that 122 nonwhite invaders, “the majority of them asylum seekers or illegal immigrants,” have now been charged with offenses related to the mass sex attacks on white women on New Year’s Eve in Cologne.
The 122 include 40 Moroccans and 36 Algerians, police said.
The number of sex attacks has, of course, shown no sign of abating, and occur with such frequency that only the most extreme cases even make it into the controlled press.
Despite having had access to all the facts since the beginning of the year, the Düsseldorf Public Prosecutor’s office only laid charges against the first “refugee” on March 18.
The nonwhite had claimed to be 16-years-old, and had as a result been housed in the orphanage along with genuine minors.
After his arrest for the rape, however, the invader was subjected to a dental examination and found to be at least 21-years-old, if not older.
The other invader in the case, who has still not been charged, had claimed to be 15-years-old. The public prosecutor has yet to make a ruling on his case.