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  • Nearly 10 attacks a day on migrants in 2016 in Germany

    Germany hate crime: Nearly 10 attacks were made on migrants in Germany every day in 2016, the interior ministry says.


    Arson attacks directed at asylum seekers are common in Germany

    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.

    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
    But the number of asylum seekers arriving in Germany in 2016 was 280,000, a drop of more than 600,000 from the previous year, following the closure of the Balkan migrant route and an EU deal with Turkey.

    There was no comparison with previous years because attacks against individual migrants only started to be counted as a separate category in 2016.
    In its statement, the interior ministry said it strongly condemned the violence.

    "People who have fled their home country and seek protection in Germany have the right to expect safe shelter," the statement read.

    MP Ulla Jelpke from the leftist Die Linke party said that the government was too focused on a perceived security threat from migrants while the real threat was coming from the far right.


    "Do people have to die before the rightwing violence is considered a central domestic security problem and makes it to the top of the national policy agenda?" she said, quoted by the Funke media group.

    "Nazis are threatening refugees and therefore our democracy."



    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-39096833

    https://www.rte.ie/news/2017/0226/85...grant-attacks/



    Hate crimes are on rise in germany again, should germany deport Nazis who engage in violent attacks on civilians including women and children? How will this country end hate crimes committed by Nazis that's lasting forever?
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    Yes, Nazis should be deported to a remote island
    33.33%
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    No, Nazis should be only jailed
    46.67%
    7
    No, Nazis should be given a pass because they are inhabitants of germany
    20.00%
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    Last edited by BosphorusTaurus; 02-27-2017, 05:17 PM.
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  • #2
    And what did you expect? Crazy German leader imported more than million of migrants within a year, German people have their right to self defense.
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    • #3
      Attacking civilians is not self-defense, it's not democratic nor civilized. It's barbaric.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by BosphorusTaurus View Post
        Attacking civilians is not self-defense, it's not democratic nor civilized. It's barbaric.
        Same as Cologne attacks or driving a stolen truck into the crowd, you couldn't behave properly now you just reap what you sow
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        • #5
          No kind of terrorism is to be tolerated, but even this low-life scum must be punished subject to the rule of law, according to the constitutional principles of justice.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

            Same as Cologne attacks or driving a stolen truck into the crowd, you couldn't behave properly now you just reap what you sow
            Those migrant civilians in question who were attacked by Nazis didnt engage in violence in Cologne.

            You'd call Cologne attackers ''terrorists'' but you dont name Nazis as ''terrorists'' even if their crimes are proven and reported by german interior ministry.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by BosphorusTaurus View Post
              Those migrant civilians in question who were attacked by Nazis didnt engage in violence in Cologne.

              You'd call Cologne attackers ''terrorists'' but you dont name Nazis as ''terrorists'' even if their crimes are proven and reported by german interior ministry.
              And you think people will care that this particular migrants did not engage in Cologne attacks? This is simply a good old group punishment. Attacks from foreigner migrants made people hate foreigner migrants.

              Yes, neo nazi attacks could be called terrorism as well, I will not object.
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              • #8
                Do these attacks terrify those being attacked ? Then they are terrorist attacks...And they are political attacks against govt policies....

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                • #9
                  Those violent attacks on migrants by german Nazis, is for a political & social goal.

                  Definition:

                  terrorism
                  noun


                  -unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post
                    Attacks from foreigner migrants made people hate foreigner migrants.
                    That's utter bullshit, most of these attacks happened in places with the fewest foreigners and they've been happening continuously since the notorious Rostock-Lichtenhagen riots of 1992 and even before. Neonazism was strong in places like Saxony and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern already before the reunification and has remained strong ever since, it's not a new phenomenon.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by -Lauri- View Post

                      That's utter bullshit, most of these attacks happened in places with the fewest foreigners and they've been happening continuously since the notorious Rostock-Lichtenhagen riots of 1992 and even before. Neonazism was strong in places like Saxony and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern already before the reunification and has remained strong ever since, it's not a new phenomenon.
                      How does it matter which locations the attacks happened? You think people do not have TV or facebook nowadays?
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                      • #12
                        Facebook definitely is one of the most important tools for extremists to spread their propaganda, and for that reason the German government has pressured the company to implement better moderation.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by -Lauri- View Post
                          Facebook definitely is one of the most important tools for extremists to spread their propaganda, and for that reason the German government has pressured the company to implement better moderation.
                          You call it better moderation I call it new fascism
                          But back to topic- news spread, that's all. More conservative regions of Germany have found out what's happening and do not want any "refugees", same with Poland - here the whole country is such one big conservative region who refuses migrants and has attacks on foreigners.
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                          • #14
                            Bavaria is very conservative and received the most refugees, yet there have been only few attacks. Being conservative is not an excuse for Neonazi terrorism.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BosphorusTaurus View Post
                              Attacking civilians is not self-defense, it's not democratic nor civilized. It's barbaric.
                              And they're supposedly fleeing their countries which are full of barbarians.... that's why they're fleeing, right, moron?

                              Why do they keep coming to 'Nazi Germany,' moron? Why don't you condemn the Cologne attacks and the constant assaults and attacks on the German people which is why these 'nazis' are reacting so strongly in the first place? Of course, you have no answer or some excuse or just provide yet another evasive answer from muslims/foreigners on here who don't care one iota about Germany or any other country that isn't connected to Islam or home to a majority muslim population. You hypocrites are so amusing but pathetic just the same.

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