German patriots are waging an increasingly violent struggle in the fight in defense of their homeland, and in the first nine months of 2016, have carried out 63 arson attacks, and 556 “damage to property” attacks, which have resulted in six deaths.
Patriots have also been named as carrying out 213 illegal gatherings, 16 violations of the arms act, 4 explosive offenses, 4 serious assaults, 507 “summary violations,” and 527 “propaganda offenses.”
The figures were released by the German Federal government in the Bundestag in answer to a detailed question from a member of the Green Party.
The figures also broke down attacks in regard to those committed by invaders and communists, although these are proportionally far fewer than those committed by the patriots.
According to the statistics, which were compiled up to and including September 12, 2016, the breakdown of offenses reported to the police were as follows:
Invaders: 1; Communists: 0; Patriots: 6.
Invaders: 42; Communists: 29; Patriots: 405.
Invaders: 0; Communists: 8; Patriots: 63.
Invaders: 0; Communists: 0; Patriots: 4.
Breach of the Peace:
Foreigners: 2; Leftists: 10; Patriots: 8.
Invaders: 0; Communists: 4; Patriots: 4.
Invaders: 0; Communists: 1; Patriots: 1.
Invaders: 0; Communists: 0; Patriots: 5.
Invaders: 1; Communists: 0; Patriots: 0.
Resisting Police Officers
Invaders: 1; Communists: 15; Patriots: 10.
Invaders: 47; Communists: 67; Patriots: 507.
Damage to Property
Invaders: 5; Communists: 136; Patriots: 556.
Invaders: 25; Communists: 2; Patriots: 116.
Invaders: 3; Communists: 2; Patriots: 527.
Invaders: 1; Communists: 0; Patriots: 1,069.
Invaders: 5; Communists: 59; Patriots: 213.
Violation of the Weapons Act
Invaders: 0; Communists: 1; Patriots: 16.
Invaders: 19; Communists: 40; Patriots: 507.
With regard to these categories, it should be borne in mind that the German government classes any sort of public utterance expressing concern over the extent of the nonwhite invasion of that country as “racial incitement,” while it broadly categorizes even the slightest reference to the Third Reich under “propaganda offenses.”
Furthermore, the list of offenses is clearly deficient in the way they have ignored the large number of very high profile invader terrorist attacks and incidents. This is most likely because the original parliamentary question was specifically directed at what it called the “right-wing danger.”
The same data set showed that the German government’s “democratic Stasi”—the colloquial name given to the Office for the Protection of the Constitution (Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz), currently actively monitors “more than 250 relevant internet sites, or profiles and channels of the right-wing extremist scene, among other things in social networks, short news services, or video platforms.”