Sunday, April 1, 2018

Migrants Riot in the Streets in Germany

Here’s some more good news from Angela Merkel’s Germany. Ever since Frau Merkel opened Germany’s arms to a flood of Muslim refugee, the nation has changed. Unfortunately, not for the better.

The advantages of increased diversity have been overshadowed by the spike in violent crimes. Since Germans do not have a right to bear arms, they are prey to  refugees stabbing them with knives. Now, in the city of Druisberg, three groups of refugees get involved in a public riot, during which they attacked each other with machetes. The groups were Turks, Kurds and Lebanese.

Time to ban all sharp blades instruments.

The story, from Jim Hoft at the Gateway Pundit, was described in The Sunday Express:

Police were called to the Altmarkt area of the city over reports of the mass bawl. Officers used CS gas to control the brawling men.

The scores of men were also using telescopic batons in the fight in Druisburg, which is on the west of Germany.

Police said they were spat at and had objects hurled at them.

Around 50 people were arrested and onlookers captured the brutality in shocking photos.

Those arrested refused to explain what sparked the fight and 30 people were later released.

One is heartened to see that these refugees show respect for the local constabulary.

The story continues:

A police official told the newspaper Der Westen: "There are three rival groups. It may be a conflict between Turks, Lebanese and Kurds.

"Unlike with a demonstration of that size, we do not have a contact person, nobody wants to talk to the police.”

He added: "The officers got the situation under control before it escalated."

Of course, it was not the first time. The Express suggests that it was the third such conflict. One suspects that there were many more.

Between 20 to 30 people were on each side of the fight in Monday night's incident and police said the majority of those arrested were from a Lebanese background.

The police spokesman said similar incidents had taken place the previous night and the week before. Police are looking into whether there is a connection.


Sam L. said...

Brawls, spontaneous, many each. Unexplained. They "just happen".

whitney said...

I think it's possible that we are just programmed to struggle and life became too easy in the West and so we had to find a way to make it difficult again.

Anonymous said...

It does seem that the people and countries that have done the most to rectify problems spend the most time obsessing about those very same problems if they have done nothing at all about it. Whereas they seem not to notice that others have done little and in fact have made those problems worse. There is a big desire to turn great progress into defeat. I have often wondered if we do not exist on one of the levels of Hell and are destined to relive every failure over and over again.