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  • Versus
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    No problem Kato, think what you want. We did the same for 40 years and at the end we all know how it ended. I am telling you this because I see that their methods didn't change.

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  • Versus
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    Originally posted by kato View Post
    The guy with the axe in Düsseldorf is a guy born in Yugoslavia (ahem) who had lived in Germany for 8 years, had committed himself to psychiatric treatment for paranoid schizophrenia and depression two years ago and who wanted to commit suicide by cop.

    The "machete attack" is an invention by the Daily Mail and did not take place in that way, nor was any immigrant involved to current knowledge. Given his age there's a fifty percent chance that the victim had a migration background though.
    Kosovo aka Albanian to be more exact. Yugoslavia doesn't exist anymore. So he was brave enough to hack people but not brave enough to end his own life...Hm Hm sounds like a martyr to me, not necessarily a Muslim martyr, there are people whom are so narcissistic that do those kind of things.
    Ah, pesky Brits, always a kitty's paw behind the scenes.

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  • kato
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    The guy with the axe in Düsseldorf is a guy born in Yugoslavia (ahem) who had lived in Germany for 8 years, had committed himself to psychiatric treatment for paranoid schizophrenia and depression two years ago and who wanted to commit suicide by cop.

    The "machete attack" is an invention by the Daily Mail and did not take place in that way, nor was any immigrant involved to current knowledge. Given his age there's a fifty percent chance that the victim had a migration background though.

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  • Versus
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    After axe comes machete...will you in the West ever learn? No no no and for a million times no. They didn't fled the war, they are not migrants and they are not refugees, they are settlers with the clear goal in mind and the goal is conquest. They are "refugees" as much as colonists in Northern America were. They didn't came there to integrate with the Apaches and Sioux's or Kiowa's.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...train-station/
    Last edited by Versus; 10 Mar 17,, 16:42.

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  • Toby
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    Reuters figures

    http://de.reuters.com/article/deutsc...-idDEKBN1650EU

    Last year, according to a newspaper report, a total of 3,533 attacks on refugees and asylum seekers were given.

    This is the result of an analysis of the Federal Ministry of the Interior's response to a small question from the left-wing fraction, which the newspapers of the Funke Mediengruppe reported on the weekend. There were also 217 attacks against relief organizations or volunteer asylum-seekers. According to this, 2545 attacks on refugees were counted outside their accommodation. In addition, there were 988 attacks on refugee homes - in 2015, 1031 had existed. Throughout 2016 560 people were injured, including 43 children.

    The left-wing internal politician Ulla Jelpke condemned violence against refugees. 3500 cases of assaults and attacks in connection with fled people are nearly ten acts a day. "Is there a dead body before the right violence is categorized as a central issue of internal security and at the top of the internal policy agenda?" Jelpke demanded in the spark newspapers that at least the federal government must cease to "give the impression that refugees are a threat".

    In the paper, the Federal Government also condemns violence against refugees "in the strongest terms". Among other things, it says: "People who have fled from their homeland and are seeking shelter in Germany can rightly expect them to be safely lodged."

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  • kato
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    Many of the above stated individual "attacks" or attacks on housing are not counted as "attacks" in Germany since these are quite often not violent crime - as in not injuring anyone. Technically there were 634 crimes in 2016 that were considered under "PMK-Rechts-Ausländerfeindlich-Gewalttat" (politically motivated crime - right-wing - anti-foreigner - violent crime). Many of the stated attacks are counted under nonviolent crime, for which in the same category there were 3,445 incidences in 2016.

    Of the 634 violent crimes:
    • 47.5% occured in the six East-German states where 19.6% of the general population and 17.8% of all refugees live (correlation 1:0.41:0.37)
    • 23.9% occured in Northrhine-Westfalia where 21.7% of the general population and 23.9% of all refugees live (correlation 1:0.91:1)
    • 10.3% occured in the four Northwest-German states where 16.2% of the general population and 18.4% of all refugees live (correlation 1:1.57:1.79)
    • 18.3% occured in the five South-German states where 42.5% of the general population and 39.9% of all refugees live (correlation 1:2.32:2.18)

    It should be noted in this regard that among those in the East there are only three states that this is focused on. In Saxony-Anhalt and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern the incidence rate of violent crime against foreigners is more than three times higher than average, in Brandenburg state it's more than five times higher than average. Berlin and Saxony both have an incidence rate less than twice as high as average, and Thuringia has entirely South-German levels of incidence.

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  • Toby
    started a topic Nearly 10 attacks a day on migrants in Germany

    Nearly 10 attacks a day on migrants in Germany

    Nearly 10 attacks were made on migrants in Germany every day in 2016, the interior ministry says.
    A total of 560 people were injured in the violence, including 43 children.
    Three-quarters of the attacks targeted migrants outside of their accommodation, while nearly 1,000 attacks were on housing.
    Chancellor Angela Merkel's decision to open up Germany to people fleeing conflict and persecution has polarised the country and boosted hate crime.
    Germany is struggling with a backlog of asylum applications and there are fears about security following a series of terrorist attacks across Europe.

    The interior ministry figures


    • 3,533 attacks on migrants and asylum hostels in 2016
    • 2.545 attacks on individual migrants
    • 560 people injured, including 43 children
    • 988 attacks on housing (slightly fewer than in 2015)
    • 217 attacks on refugee organisations and volunteers
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