Germany: Syrian Invader Sets Own Shelter on Fire
Hate crime hoaxes seem to be a Semitic “thing.” He set the fire heedless of the danger to other residents, which included some White immigrants, then also spray-painted swastikas in order to frame nationalists.
“During police questioning, the man admitted that he had set [a] fire in the cellar of the multi-use building,” police spokesman Achim Hansen told NBC News, adding that the refugee had also stated that he “had a lack of hope for the future.”
The 26-year-old refugee sprayed three swastikas on the exterior in the building, located in the town of Bingen, in an effort to make it seem like the fire was started by far-right protesters.
A total of 26 people were inside the building when the fire was started on Thursday. Two firefighters and four residents suffered minor injuries as a result of the blaze. In addition to non-White “migrants,” the building houses workers from other European countries.
The refugee, who says he acted alone, has been sent to jail to await trial. He had been living at the shelter for around six months, according to investigators cited by The Local.
Although this particular attack was designed to frame Germany’s far-right, other attacks on “refugee shelters” have indeed been launched by German nationalists.
There were over 800 attacks on such shelters in 2015, according to Germany’s Criminal Police Office. Those numbers represented a four-fold increase from 2014, when there were 199 cases.
In February, a planned “refugee center” in Bautzen, Saxony, erupted into flames as onlookers cheered and tried to prevent firefighters from extinguishing the blaze. Later that month, another Saxony building slated to host invaders was hit with multiple gunshots, after previously being flooded and stoned.
An overwhelming 1.1 million non-White invaders came to Germany in 2015, largely due to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door policy for “refugees fleeing war and persecution.” However, many of the country’s citizens have lost hope in the government’s ability to handle the crisis, with a recent poll showing that 81 percent of people believe the crisis to be “out of control” under Merkel’s authority.
Europe continues to face its worst immigrant crisis since World War II. Most of the current invaders arriving on the continent are from Syria, where 250,000 people have been killed and more than 12 million displaced since the country’s civil war began in 2011, according to UN figures. Zionists and the Jewish-dominated governments of the West have been instrumental in fomenting that war — and facilitating the population transfer of displaced non-Whites into Europe itself.
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