German police in Hamburg have been called out more than 1,000 times to incidents ranging from murders and assaults to mass brawls and other criminality in and around the “asylum” centers in the city, the Hamburger Morgenpost has revealed.
The shock statistics—which completely demolish leftist claims that the “asylum seekers” are peace-seeking “refugees”—were contained in a paper published by city deputy Dennis Gladiator, a member of Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party.
The invaders have been housed in tents and in a former large hardware store in the city. According to reports, police have had to intervene in at least 80 serious fights at the centers in the last two months alone.
“The number of fights has grown in number in the past few weeks as the numbers of refugees has increased,” the report continued, adding that the tempo had now reached an average of ten serious fights every two weeks.
On Tuesday, November 3, some 53 Eritreans blocked the Drateln Street in Wilhelmsburg in a protest over what they claimed was preferential treatment being given to Syrians in their center.
Police were called in to disperse the protestors, but instead of leaving the area, the invaders attacked the policemen and their dogs. The dog muzzles were removed and teargas had to be deployed. One “refugee” suffered dog bites in the incident, police said.
Police spokesman Timo Zill told the media that this was the “first time that police officers and police dogs were attacked.”
Previously, there had been a fight between 40 Iraqis and Syrians in Schlachthof Street in Harburg, where the combatants used steel rods to beat each other. Three were hospitalized with serious wounds, and 15 invaders were arrested by police.
The police said that a highly disturbing aspect of the attack on their numbers was the fact that the “refugees” had adopted a practiced “attack formation” for the fight, and that they were clearly well-organized in doing this.
At least one of the fights resulted in the death by stabbing of a “refugee” in the residential area around Sjipwai Street in Westerland on Wednesday, November 4, police reported. The knife fight erupted when three nonwhites became involved in an unspecified dispute. The victim suffered a knife wound to the neck.
On Thursday, November 5, a mass brawl broke out in an invader center inside a former “Max Bahr” hardware store in Bergedorf, after a hunger strike started the previous day in protest against alleged preferential treatment given to Syrians over Afghans.
According to reports of the fight, the initial clashes started late on Wednesday, and by nightfall of the following day, the brawl had escalated into hundreds of combatants. The brawlers fashioned weapons out of anything they could find: chairs, stones, and iron bars ripped from the beds they had been given.
More than fifty armed policemen had to be deployed to restore order, and three of the invaders were arrested for public violence.
The Focus news service reported that these incidents were becoming increasingly common all over Germany, with police being called out to a mass brawl in Thuringia (where the invaders pelted police with stones and iron bars), and in Hesse, where three policemen and eleven invaders were injured in a bloody confrontation.
Other fights have broken out between Afghanis and Albanians over toilets (a dispute between two invaders escalated into a mass brawl in which five were seriously injured after being beaten with iron bars—and another three were arrested).
In that incident, a firearm was brandished inside the camp, an indication that the nonwhite invaders have brought weapons with them—and also proof that they have been let into Germany without ever being searched.
An employee at one of the centers also confirmed to Focus that they are soon going to have to racially segregate the invaders. “Refugees from the Balkans and black Africans should never be put together,” the employee, who asked not to be named said. “Africans are often exuberant, refugees from the Balkans rather quiet. Their worlds collide. It is just asking for trouble.”
The employee also admitted that the Muslims often made threats against Christians, and also against Red Cross staff on duty in the camp—who were providing the invaders with help and welfare.