Beatrix von Storch, Deputy Leader for the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany), made the following video in response to a particularly egregious example of cultural enrichment in southern Germany. In reaction to an attempt to deport one Togolese asylum seeker, up to 200 African migrants attacked and threatened the police, who caved in and fled the “refugee” accommodation in Ellwangen, a picturesque little town in Baden-Württemberg. It took several days before officials finally responded. Arresting the Togolese culture-enricher required a major operation involving police and special forces.
Many thanks to Oz-Rita for the translation and the subtitling:
Here’s a report from The Local about the incident that prompted Beatrix von Storch to make the video:
200 Migrants in South German Town Prevent Deportation of Man to Congo
A police operation took place in Baden-Württemberg after about 200 migrants used force to prevent the deportation of a Congolese man on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old man was to be deported from where he was staying, a refugee accommodation in the small town of Ellwangen.
But the police decided to withdraw after some 200 migrants attempted to prevent the detention, with some of them threatening violence. The three patrols cars saw themselves as outnumbered.
Support from other police forces was nowhere in sight; it would have taken several hours for other forces to organize and arrive on the scene.
The large group of migrants mainly from Africa had surrounded the patrol cars and pestered the police. Some of the men hit the police patrol cars and the vehicles were damaged as a result, reports the Stuttgarter Zeitung (SZ).
A follow-up report from Breitbart:
Police Storm Asylum Home After 150-Strong Migrant Mob Uses Violence to Halt Deportation
Hundreds of police and special forces have raided an asylum centre in Germany after more than 150 of its residents used “aggressive and violent” means to successfully halt a single migrant’s deportation.
With streets around the reception centre in Ellwangen cordoned off, the raid Thursday morning saw three police officers injured, while several asylum seekers suffered injuries trying to escape the property through its windows, local media reports.
And another one from Breitbart:
Germany Vows Tougher Stance on Migrant Deportations
BERLIN (AP) — Hundreds of German police officers raided a refugee shelter in the southern town of Ellwangen on Thursday, days after an angry mob of migrants prevented authorities from deporting a 23-year-old man from Togo.
The massive police operation came as Germany’s top security official presented a new “master plan on migration.”
Interior Minister Horst Seehofer vowed he would do everything he could to clamp down on illegal immigration, speed up asylum procedures and deport rejected asylum-seekers as quickly as possible.
|00:00||The state has surrendered to some|
|00:04||200 highly aggressive, violent Africans.|
|00:08||ELLWANGEN will go down in history as the day the state gave up|
|00:12||Its monopoly on the use of force, because it did not want to|
|00:16||upset the angry, criminal African mob. Because the mob does not respect our laws,|
|00:20||and because the mob is stronger, or rather because they let the mob do it.|
|00:24||The completely irresponsible, blind Welcoming Culture|
|00:28||has made Germany a country in which the archaic law of the jungle|
|00:32||will reign from now on. Whoever is a migrant, brutal,|
|00:37||aggressive or violent, who marauds in hordes and|
|00:41||defies the police, can prevail.|
|00:45||Just let’s not be honest citizens who go to work|
|00:49||pay taxes and pay GZ, and then|
|00:53||park incorrectly, or pay social security contributions too late,|
|00:57||then the full force of the law will strike us.|
|01:01||Law-abiding citizens are thus discriminated|
|01:05||against because they are in fact subject to different laws than migrants.|
|01:09||What should happen now?|
|01:13||These 200 Africans have no right to asylum.|
|01:18||But they must also have no right to an asylum procedure,|
|01:22||and no right of appeal, and|
|01:26||no right to any further support, not one cent, and|
|01:30||benefits in kind only while in deportation custody… until about the day after tomorrow.|
|01:34||And then they should be put on a plane and flown out.|
|01:38||Before that, however, they will please be treated to an identification check and our borders|
|01:43||will be so protected, that they will not be able to re-enter.|
|01:47||Only this would be the correct answer. Everything else|
|01:51||is a capitulation to violence.
Hat tips for the articles: Charles Low and Reader from Chicago.