German patriots have completely destroyed two more invader centers in the state of Saxony overnight, German media have reported. Although firefighters were able to extinguish both fires, damage was substantial and both centers are now unusable.
The first attack took place just past midnight on October 30 in the “Hotel Visa” in Cossebaude near Dresden, which was being prepared for invader accommodation. Fires broke out in several places simultaneously in the building.
By the time the fire services were alerted, the flames had already reached the second floor and despite their efforts, the fire spread to several other floors before it was extinguished. Damage inflicted amounts to about €300,000 euros, the owner told the media.
An hour later, a camp made up of “residential containers” (the emergency housing now being used to house the never-ending flood of nonwhite invaders) in Dippoldiswalde, was completely destroyed.
The container housing—situated in a street named after Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx’s closest colleague—burned out in a spectacular fire which inflicted damage estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands of euros. The containers had already been prepared with basic amenities such as furniture and appliances, all of which were destroyed.
Firefighters were not able to get close to the stacked containers because of the danger of collapse, police reported, and were only able to extinguish the blaze from a distance.
In recent months, there have been a number of attacks on invader centers in Saxony. In June, a newly renovated center in Meissen was burned down, and a month later, a similar complex in Böhlen was destroyed. In July, Molotov cocktails were thrown at planned invader accommodation in Lunzenau and in August, an incendiary attack destroyed uninhabited accommodation in Leipzig.