The African invader identified by police as the “leader” of the nonwhite gangs responsible for the nightly attacks upon Germans in the town of Bautzen, has been revealed in photographs as an AK-47-toting gangster who illegally infiltrated Europe across the Mediterranean Sea.
Bautzen was recently in the news when hundreds of Germans, sick of being attacked by the nonwhites, fought back and gave the invaders a beating. The town council then placed restrictions on the invaders.
A follow-up report in the Bild newspaper revealed that the “leader” of the “unaccompanied minors seeking asylum” in Bautzen is a 20-year-old African who claims to be named Mohamed Youssef T.
Known on Facebook as “King Abode,” the African said he had left Libya three years ago, at the height of the war in that country.
(Although the Bild did not mention it, the “war” in Libya, and the subsequent destruction of the Gaddafi government, which was the only country holding back the nonwhite invasion in North Africa, was generated and fueled by the American, British, and French governments.)
“King Adobe”—a Nigerian nickname—told the Bild newspaper that he had crossed the Mediterranean Sea on a boat with 180 other invaders.
After landing in Italy, he had parasited off European taxpayers through Europe until he had finally landed in Bautzen, where he had been registered as a “minor” despite his age.
Now he is given €320 a month pocket money, over and above free accommodation, food, and healthcare by the German government.
Asked by the Bild about his personal involvement in the attacks upon the local white people, “King Adobe” said that the “Libyans were doing the inciting” and that he was “only the watchdog” of the invader mob.
“I see myself as the watchdog of my friends,” he was quoted by Bild as saying.
“We call it the Mafia, because they only build sh*t. They drink and steal, making stress.”
Several Bautzen residents reported “King Adobe” to the police after they spotted photographs on his Facebook page of the African posing with an Ak-47 with a telescopic sight.
Police swooped on his accommodation in the local invader center, but did not find the weapon.
The invader told the Bild that the pictures had been taken in Libya, where, he said, “it is quite normal [to pose like that], because there everyone has a gun.”
He claimed that he did not now want to “touch any weapons”—but, of course, the Bild failed to ask him why he wanted to put up the pictures on Facebook if this were so.
Meanwhile, the controlled media continues to repeat the lie that the “children asylum seekers” in Bautzen were “attacked” by “far right” locals—when the truth is that the white people merely responded to a series of ongoing vicious assaults by “King Adobe’s” friends.