Three more invader centers have been burned down in Germany—one in the northern port town of Bremen, another in Spremberg, Saxony, and a third only two miles from Berlin—as German patriots continue the struggle to ward off the nonwhite colonization of Europe.
The planned invader center in Spremberg goes up in flames.
A school that had been set aside and equipped as invader accommodation in Spremberg (Spree-Neisse), Saxony, was burned down on Monday evening, police have confirmed.
The former high school structure was in the process of a €2.4 million conversion to provide accommodation to some 180 nonwhite invaders. The fire was spotted by a security guard, who had been assigned to watch the building after a series of arson attacks had destroyed similar buildings all over Germany.
According to the local fire department, the fire broke out in the basement of the building, and by the time fire trucks arrived, it had spread up to the second floor. The building will now have to be repaired to a substantial degree before it can be used, a spokesman said.
The invader center in Mahlow goes up in flames.
Just a few days earlier, a planned invader center in Blankenfelde-Mahlow, a municipality in the Teltow-Fläming district of Brandenburg, some two miles south of Berlin, was burned out in another arson attack.
The former daycare center was, according to local media, being rebuilt to specifications, and the damage was only discovered last Sunday after the fire had been extinguished by itself.
The remains of the invader center in Nauen.
* German police have also now offered a €20,000 reward for information about the arsonists who burned down yet another invader center in Nauen (Havelland), Brandenburg, in August this year.
Firemen attend to the blaze in Findorff, Bremen.
In the western town district of Findorff, Bremen, police have offered a reward of €3,000 for any information related to an arson attack on a gymnasium, local media have reported.
The fire, which was started in the hall, damaged a large part of the flooring of the building, and has rendered the building unusable, a police spokesman said.