German patriots, pushed to the point of no return by the endless wave of sex and criminal attacks on white women and girls in Cologne and the surrounding area, have started to strike back with coordinated attacks upon nonwhite invaders in the city’s streets.
According to an official Cologne police press conference held in the city center this afternoon, four separate attacks on “asylum seekers” took place on the evening of Sunday, January 10.
Criminal investigation department chief Norbert Wagner told the press conference that six “asylum seekers” had been injured, and at least two had to be hospitalized because of their injuries.
According to an earlier press statement released on Sunday, the Cologne police said that they had “received information that there were groups of people who were deliberately seeking confrontations in the city center.”
The police had, they said, immediately deployed in “large numbers” to “ensure the safety of visitors to the old town” area. The police operation lasted from 16:30 until just after midnight, Wagner said.
In the course of the evening, more than 150 German men were stopped and checked. Four were taken into custody and 199 restraining orders were issued.
However, despite their efforts, at about 18:40, six Pakistanis were attacked by a group of about twenty men. They were all beaten, and two of them were taken to a nearby hospital where they were discharged after treatment.
Later, on the Trankgasse Street, another group attacked a 39-year-old “Syrian.” The invader was injured, but did not require treatment, the police statement said.
The police has as of yet not provided any details of the other four incidents.
According to the police, thirteen of those they stopped and checked were “known to the police as right-wingers,” eighteen were employed in the Cologne nightclub protection industry (“bouncers”) and two apparently had links to the “Hells Angels.”
Police team leader Michael Temme assured journalists at the press conference that the police will “proceed immediately with all available means against the perpetrators of violence.”
Beginning with immediate effect, he said, the police would deploy in large numbers at the railway station and in the rest of the old city center, and, he said, these “forces could be increased according to need within a very short time.”
There was, of course, no such police reaction after the mass sex attacks by thousands of nonwhites over New Year’s Eve—further proof of the inherently anti-white nature of the German establishment.
Furthermore, the police would never consider stopping hundreds of the nonwhite invaders in the street for fear of being called “racist.”
According to the Cologne Express newspaper, an impromptu group which that paper described as “rockers, bouncers, and hooligans” organized themselves on Facebook to “go into the center of Cologne on a manhunt” in retaliation for the mass sex attacks on New Year’s Eve.
The paper said that the Facebook group—apparently since deleted—said that following the New Year’s Eve attacks it had “become necessary to clean up properly.”
The paper added that it had no concrete evidence that the attacks in the city center were the result of the Facebook group, but the police press conference on January 11 also asserted that the attacks had been coordinated via Facebook.