Plans by nonwhite invaders posing as refugees to attack the city center of Düsseldorf were to involve at least ten attackers, German police have admitted.
At the same time, prosecutors are investigating 180 cases of nonwhites with German citizenship who have returned to Germany after fighting for ISIS—and 21 nonwhites have “vanished” in one state alone after being charged with terrorism.
According to an article in Der Spiegel, one of the refugee-terrorists arrested for the planned Düsseldorf attack has admitted that the attack team was going to consist of ten men.
Only four have been arrested so far, which means that six of the team are still likely at large in Germany, having entered during the ongoing fake refugee flood pouring into Europe at the invitation of Angela Merkel.
The six additional members of the plot were supposed to join them at a later point, the invader named Saleh A. has told police, Der Spiegel said. They were all members of a “sleeper cell” system which ISIS had infiltrated into Europe, Saleh A. has admitted.
As part of this plan, Saleh A. had been in Europe since 2013, and had been registered as an “asylum seeker” in Kaarst, North Rhine-Westphalia.
Meanwhile, the AFP news service has reported that the German Justice Ministry admitted that it is investigating 180 “terror suspects” who have returned from Syria or have links to militant groups there.
“At present the Chief Federal Prosecutor is conducting some 120 investigations into more than 180 suspects in connection with the civil war in Syria due to membership or support of a terrorist group,” a Justice Ministry spokesman said.
At the same time, the Focus news service in Germany confirmed that there are 37 outstanding arrest warrants against nonwhite Islamist invaders in that state—because the accused have all gone “missing.”
At least 21 of these arrest warrants are for crimes related to terrorism, the report said.
“The 37 people who are being looked for are accused of committing crimes including establishing a criminal or terrorist organization, seriously bodily harm, deception, resistance against state officials, and theft,” said state representative Gregor Golland from the Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
There are also “499 potentially dangerous individuals in the field of Islamist terrorism” in the state.