German patriots defending their homeland from the criminal-refugee invasion subjected two more “asylum centers” to arson attacks overnight. Both invader centers are located in North Rhine-Westphalia—the state of which Cologne is one of the major cities.
The first arson attack took place at the invader center located on the Bultenstrasse in Ascheberg. A local media report said that a police patrol had spotted the fire and put it out with a fire extinguisher before it could cause major damage.
The outside wall was however badly scorched, and initial investigations show that an “incendiary device” was thrown against the wall of the inhabited invader center at about 2 a.m. The police vehicle was on its way to another call when the officers spotted the fire at the rear of the building.
According to the local “refugee worker,” Roswitha Recker, the nonwhites were “very shocked” at the attack.
The building used as the invader center is set to be torn down and rebuilt as an entire residential complex to house even more invaders later this year.
The second arson attack took place in the town of Kirchhellen, located just to the north of Bottrop. There, according to a report from Radio Emscher Lippe, an arson attack damaged an uninhabited planned invader center.
The camp, made up of stacked containers, was still being furnished and equipped in anticipation of a swarm of “refugees” in February. It is not known if these plans will now go ahead or not.
Meanwhile, police in Augsburg, Bavaria, have posted a reward of €2,000 for any information leading to the arrest of those patriots who carried out an arson attack on an invader center in mid-December 2015.
Apparently the police have had no leads whatsoever from their forensic investigations, and are now hoping that the lure of money will persuade someone to turn in the perpetrators.
The arson attack took place on an invader center in Stadtbergen, a suburb of Augsburg, where, according to an earlier report, “unknown persons attempted to set fire to a new refugee camp.” The fire was discovered and extinguished before it could spread. There are four modular houses in the invader center, of which three were occupied at the time of the attack.
The police have complained that the public are not providing them with enough leads to discover the responsible persons, hence the decision to offer a reward.