There are now so many daily incidents of violence and unrest in the nonwhite invader camps in Germany that the country’s police have been forced to create a dedicated unit whose only job is to suppress crime in the camps.
According to a report by Radio Bremen, police in that city have been overwhelmed after being called out to the invader camps on average twenty times a week, resulting in their ordinary policing duties falling by the wayside.
As a result, attending to nonwhite invader violence will in future be attended to by a dedicated task force, who will have no other job except to police the camps, “stop brawls and clear up damage to property,” Radio Bremen reported.
Quoting the director of police in the city, Lars van Beek, Radio Bremen said that the call-out rate to the invader camps had been steadily increasing since mid-October.
In addition, the nature of the violence has been getting more and more brutal, he continued. “The accommodation inhabitants will use bottles, chairs, and wooden slats with which to attack each other,” Van Beek said.
“Sometimes they will also use knives, and they do not even shy away from attacking the police who come to stop the violence,” he said.
“It is difficult to predict a call-out in advance,” Van Beek said, adding that at the police’s appearance, the situation could “escalate dramatically” and the police unit could quickly be overwhelmed. “We always have to send several emergency vehicles to each call,” which in turn severely depletes the police’s ability to maintain their regular duties.
As a result, from the beginning of 2016, a special unit is being created whose sole job will be to attend to violence in the invader camps, he concluded.