There have been 609 “attacks”—including “insults, arson or incitement”—on nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees in Germany in the first six months of 2019, according to new figures released by the Federal government.
A burned-out invader center in Potsdam.
In addition, there were 60 attacks on “refugee” shelters and 42 attacks against relief organizations or volunteers. In the attacks, 102 people were injured, including seven children, the statistics said.
Every fourth recorded attack on an invader occurred in the state of Brandenburg. There, police records show that there were 160 offenses targeted against “refugee / asylum seekers.”
In the states of Baden-Württemberg there were 62 such attacks, 58 in Lower Saxony, and 56 in Saxony itself.
According to police statistics, 124 attacks against the fake refugees and asylum-seeker scammers living outside of official accommodation were counted in Brandenburg in the second quarter of this year.
In the previous six month reporting period—that is, from July to December 2018, the number of recorded attacks stood at 878, and in the first six months of 2018, there were 704 “politically motivated attacks” on the invaders, 627 attacks outside the “refugee” shelters and 77 attacks on the shelters themselves. At least 120 were injured in these attacks.