German patriots have already carried out thirty-five attacks on invader centers this year—a record-setting number of incidents which indicates the level of popular resistance to Merkel’s “refugee” policy.
The attacks are rarely reported by the police or the controlled media in Germany, who both work under specific orders to keep news of the popular resistance under wraps.
However, a recent article in the far-left Tageszeitung (TAZ) newspaper, warning of the “increasingly violent” nature of the anti-invasion movement, revealed that the German police had already listed 35 attacks on invader accommodations this year—a rate of more than one day over the 25 days covered in the report.
According to the TAZ, German patriots who object to the nonwhite colonization of their country carried out an astonishing 12,660 “crimes” during the period January to November 2015. This included, the TAZ said, “846 violent offenses—an increase of 40 percent” on the figures for 2014.
There were also 1,005 “offenses against asylum accommodation and refugees” reported for the same period, TAZ continued, “including 173 violent crimes and 92 arsons.” During 2014, the report continued, there were “only” 28 violent offenses and six arson attacks.
The patriots have started branching out in the methods they use, the TAZ continued, no longer exclusively relying on Molotov cocktails.
“Last weekend unknown persons in Bismark near Stendal (Saxony-Anhalt) entered an asylum home and turned on all the taps. The house is now uninhabitable,” the TAZ said. Several other invader centers have also been flooded using similar methods—a tactic which is not only silent, but gives the perpetrators a better chance of leaving undetected. In addition, by the time the incident is discovered, the damage is substantial.
The Socialist Party of Germany (SPD) Federal Minister of Justice, Heiko Maas, has called for a summit in Berlin on March 10 to discuss the “wave of xenophobic and right-wing violence,” which, he said in a written invitation to the Minister of Justice, “threatens the peace of our society.”
One of the more recent reported incidents took place in Barsinghausen, near Hannover. An invader center still under construction was rendered totally uninhabitable in the attack, which occurred on January 23, 2016.
According to police, the perpetrators intended to cause an explosion in the building by placing full gas canisters in the building which was then set on fire. The blaze was discovered before the canisters exploded.
Nonetheless, the fire destroyed both floors of the building, blowing out all the windows on the ground floor. The building was on schedule to house invaders in March, but this is no longer possible, a spokesman for the local authority said.