Germans Brawl With Culture-Enrichers in Front of the Asylum Center

The following report by Egri Nök was published earlier at Vlad Tepes in a slightly different form.

Germany: Violent Clashes Between Locals And Refugees in Small Saxon Town

by Egri Nök

An original translation from Leipziger Volkszeitung (note the bias of the article, even though the refugees were armed, and the people who needed medical treatment were the Germans):

Wurzen: Five Wounded In Clashes at the Asylum Accommodation in Dresdner Straße

In Wurzen on Friday evening, two groups of young Germans and foreigners clashed massively. Two men were wounded gravely in the mêlée. Previously, refugees were allegedly pursued and threatened. State Protection is investigating a xenophobic motive.

January 13, 2018

Wurzen/Leipzig. Five people were wounded Friday night, two of them gravely, in violent clashes at a residence inhabited by refugees in Wurzen. According to police investigations, about thirty young Germans clashed with a smaller group of foreigners. Two of the Germans were gravely injured by knife wounds in the thigh, police announce on Saturday. Additionally, three people in the asylum seeker accommodation in Dresdner Straße were lightly injured, said police spokesman Andreas Loepki to Leipziger Volkszeitung. Police currently cannot rule out a xenophobic motive. Back in 2017 police had to intervene in clashes between asylum seekers and Germans.

After the attack, Germans storm refugee accommodation

The confrontations lasted for about an hour and triggered a major action by the police. 30 to 40 officers were in action from 10:40 PM on. From what is known through witnesses’ accounts at the moment, it all started with a verbal argument between the two groups at the park at the train station, followed by a chain of assaults. The asylum seekers withdrew into their residence in Dresdner Straße. “Subsequently, two Germans walked up to the residence, banged against the door, and damaged a pane of glass,” reports Loepki.

A smaller number of refugees then chased the two Germans, but turned around when they found themselves facing a group of thirty persons. “Due to their appearance, the foreigners were pursued back to their accommodation, which shortly afterwards was exited by probably twelve inhabitants, armed with knives and clubs,” says Loepki. In the ensuing clash, two Germans suffered knife wounds in the upper thigh. A taser was used, too, apparently. Several Germans subsequently stormed the residence where further clashes occurred.

No arrests made

To separate the rival groups, all patrol officers from Grimma precinct were summoned, and forces from Leipzig were called to Grimma. The officers obtained the identities of those involved on-site. There were no arrests made. It was still unclear who committed the attacks. This needs to be proven in each individual case, says Loepki. Witnesses are being questioned about it.

The cause of the clashes will hopefully be determined in the investigations, which have been opened for a particularly severe breach of the peace of the land. State Protection has also become involved in the case. An extremist and racist background of the deeds is being probed.

Back in June [2017], clashes between Germans and asylum seekers in Wurzen led to a large police action. Back then, approximately 100 persons had congregated on the town’s market square, and shouted slogans in front of a residence in Wenceslaigasse. Prior to that, residents of the house had physically attacked two locals*.

Translator’s note:

*   In June 2017 in Wurzen, two locals complained to five refugees who were playing loud music after midnight and disturbing the night’s peace. In response to that, the refugees attacked the men with wooden folding chairs, wounding them so badly that they needed treatment in the hospital. The next day, about 100 people gathered on the market square and “shouted slogans”. “Police prevent attack on asylum seekers in Wurzen”, Leipziger Volkszeitung, June 12, 2017.

18 thoughts on “Germans Brawl With Culture-Enrichers in Front of the Asylum Center

      • Not at all. There might be no tipping point – none at all. I can easily imagine a slowly worsening street violence – for years. Gradually transitioning into a gang warfare. Perhaps appearance of firearms at some point, heavy weaponry later. Bottom line: police increasingly ineffectual and giving up, any state security apparatus not being able to cope either.

        Slow death of once great country having made a lion contribution to the West …

        • I agree with Lu that there will not be a tipping point. The authorities are “normalising” changes, outlawing resistence, controlling the media. The “fault” always lies with the German people no matter what happens, and atonement will only end when there are no more “Germans”. Only about three years ago I though that Germany would become a bulwark, how wrong can one be.

          • Guilt, that’s the big Western bugbear: cause of self-loathing, our weakness for civilisational enemies to exploit. Germany has had more than average guilt levels, since at least the 60s. When I served with the British army in Germany, early 90s, I met countless young Germans who disliked their own country, were constantly apologising etc. Those people will now be mid middle-aged; and the guilt has got worse.

      • More like Eastern Germans haven been broken enough yet and stand their ground, unlike the Western ones.

  1. Just a flavor of what is coming – a prelude of a much larger clash of “cultures” (not sure whether both sides represent cultures, though).

    Everybody with just a half of brain can foresee this. Yet, elites willfully deny reality and prosecute dissent of any kind.

    Europe, you follow this recipe for disaster without blinking an eye …

  2. Sadly ,I hate to even bring this up, but the young Germans had better stick together and be prepared to defend themselves by any means necessary. I am against street violence, however there does not seem to be a choice. Their government will not do anything to aid them. In fact the young germans will be bullied by the police (on orders from the central government) and end up being arrested and charged with hate crimes. This is Political Correctness (cultural Marxism) gone wild.

    • “Deutsche! Wehret Euch!”

      [Egri’s translation: “Germans! Fight Back!”

      This is an English-language blog. In future, please use English in your comments, or provide an English translation under the German.]

    • Probably not yet, but most likely some day will be.
      And no, it is not wrong to hope it so, because that is the only hope we have left.

  3. ” An extremist and racist background of the deeds is being probed.”

    So that implies the State has already determined the fault will always lie with the locals, not the migrants.

  4. When the ” reason ” for obedience to the ” Law” no longer exists ; Obeying the Law is not necessary. The German youth are following the much superior ” Natural Law ” which is protection of home and hearth. Unfortunately ; the German Po;ice’s proclivity to ” follow orders ” without thinking is making things hard.

  5. It is the German police and German leadership who should be ashamed, but then what else is new?

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