Nonwhite invaders in Germany are responsible for in excess of 6,000 “incidents”—most of them criminal—to which police are called out every day, according to an extrapolation of figures secretly compiled by the authorities in the state of Saxony.
According to a report in the Sächsische Zeitung, the German police in that state are keeping a record of all the incidents—in secret—and deliberately not releasing the figures to the press or the public.
The report, leaked to the newspaper by a whistle-blower in the police, revealed that nonwhite invaders posing as “refugees” are responsible for around 400 crimes per day in the state of Saxony alone.
If replicated throughout Germany’s sixteen federal states—and there is no reason to think that they are not—this means that there are likely in excess of 6,000 such incidents every day right throughout Germany.
According to the Sächsische Zeitung, the list of “incidents” is compiled on a daily basis and sent to the German Interior ministry—“but withheld from the public.”
Using the invader center in Riesa, Saxony, as an example, the Sächsische Zeitung said the building housing the nonwhites had been used as “asylum accommodation for more than two years.”
The paper goes on to say that since then, there has been no news from the police about any incidents in the invader center, and from that, one might have presumed that a “smooth coexistence goes on there.” However, this is “apparently not” the case, the report continues.
The Sächsische Zeitung then lists the incidents which have taken place at the invader center, all noted down in the internal memorandum.
The list of attacks includes serious injuries, fights, knife attacks, robberies, and sex abuse, all of which, the report says, involved “asylum seekers.”
When asked why none of the incidents had been made public, the police said that they had orders only to respond to specific queries. In other words, someone else must first know about it, before the police will confirm that it happened.
Four cases in particular serve as examples of the police cover-up, the Sächsische Zeitung reports. They were a fight between invaders at the “asylum center,” two robberies in nearby Dresden, and one case of child abuse, all of which occurred in a single 24-hour period and all linked to the invader center in Riesa.
Only one of the two robberies was reported to the public by the police, the Sächsische Zeitung said. This was a case in Dresden last Tuesday evening when three Moroccan “asylum seekers” attacked a “Tunisian,” severely beating him and robbing him of a cell phone and wallet.
“A similar case which occurred five hours later in Dresden Neustadt by several Tunisians remained unmentioned,” the Sächsische Zeitung said.
In addition, a sex abuse case of a six-year-old boy by a “Syrian” on a train also remained unreported, despite several witnesses. According to the secret police report, a 44-year-old nonwhite invader had grabbed the child from behind and kissed him on the mouth. He had only stopped when another passenger intervened.
The police had not reported the incident, the Sächsische Zeitung said, because after his arrest and when under interrogation, he claimed that it was a “cultural misunderstanding” because that was how they “greeted children” in his country, and that in future he would just “pat children on the head.”
This police policy of deliberate non-reporting unless they get a specific press query has the practical effect of stifling any reports of the invader crime wave, and only letting the most public of such attacks even make the police press statements.
The Sächsische Zeitung went on to say that, with “300 to 400 operations per day” involving the “asylum seekers,” the police in Saxony had to “choose which to make public and which would not be relevant.”