German patriots have burned down another two invader centers as the war for the existence of Europe on both political and physical levels continues to escalate. In the town of Schkeuditz, near Leipzig, the roof of a planned invader center was completely burned out in an arson attack over the night of November 6–7, police have reported.
The fire originated in a part of the roof which had been badly burned in a previous arson attack two years ago. The local authorities had announced their intention to fix the damage from that attack in order to accommodate 60 invaders.
According to police, about fifteen square meters on the roof of the house burned out, and the local fire services were called out to extinguish the flames, but not before the rest of the roof had been severely damaged. It is unclear if the building can now be used at all for housing the invaders.
A planned invader accommodation center in the village of Peißen, Landsberg, Saxony-Anhalt, was attacked with Molotov cocktails over the weekend, police have reported. It was the first such incident in the area, they added.
Three Molotov cocktails were thrown into the building, an old highways agency office block, over the night of November 7–8, a police spokesman said. The arson attempt failed, apparently for lack of flammable material, and left only scorch marks on the wall.
Local police used dogs and an in-depth forensic investigation to try and track down those responsible, but were unable to do so, the police spokesman added.
The state government had started negotiations to rent the building as an invader center some weeks ago, with the aim of accommodating 200 people. Discussions are still ongoing, as are steps to rent an adjacent former Ramada Inn hotel, which will house 600 invaders. Peißen only has 1,019 inhabitants.