British police in Liverpool have confirmed that the first Molotov cocktail bombing of an invader center in that country has taken place.
According to a police statement reported by the Liverpool Echo, an invader center in Church Avenue, Aintree, was firebombed just before two o’clock in the morning last Sunday evening. According to the police, the “petrol bomb” attack is being treated as a race-hate crime.
The police said that a “flaming object was flung at a front window of multi-occupancy flats in Aintree in the early hours of Sunday morning, shattering the glass” and that they now “suspect the arson is racially motivated.”
A large variety of invaders, all pretending to be asylum seekers—even though they have crossed dozens of safe countries to reach Britain—live at the fifteen-bed center, courtesy of the British taxpayer.
Chief Inspector Matt Boyle was quoted by the Liverpool Echo as saying that the “latest incident is being investigated by specialist detectives from the force’s SIGMA team, who are dedicated to investigating incidents of hate crime.”
The police added that an 18-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of arson and is being questioning by police on suspicion of committing arson with intent to endanger life.
*The invader center used to operate as the Bounty House hotel, which won worldwide fame in 2009 when its Christian owners, Benjamin and Sharon Vogelenzang, were charged with “religious incitement” after getting into a discussion with a Muslim guest over her wearing a hijab.
The Muslim claimed that they had “insulted and harassed her and laid a complaint with the police. As usual, the police immediately took the Muslim’s side, and without any other evidence at all except the Muslim’s statement, charged the Vogelenzangs with a criminal offence.
The Muslim’s story was shown to be lies in court, and the Vogelenzangs were cleared of all charged—but by then, their business had been ruined. They sold the hotel and it has been used as an invader center ever since.