In the video below, the speaker tells the audience that there are forty assaults on Germans by “refugees” every day. When MissPiggy translated it, I asked her if there were any source for the statistic other than the man speaking to the crowd in Offenburg. It seemed a plausible figure to me, but I wondered where it had come from.
MissPiggy did some digging, and found the source: official government statistics. And the official number of daily assaults per day wasn’t forty; it was considerably more. The speaker was actually low-balling it.
More on that in a minute. First, here’s the video from Offenburg. Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Now for the government report. It showed that as of 2017, there were on average more than one hundred assaults committed by migrants against Germans every day.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for translating this one, too, and to Vlad again for the subtitling:
Video transcript #1:
|00:00||More and more people are waking up and more understand|
|00:05||that this cannot go on any longer!|
|00:08||What we have experienced this week|
|00:12||this awful event here in Offenburg, that we have had to endure,|
|00:16||we have — still — every day|
|00:19||forty (40) assaults from so-called migrants or refugees|
|00:24||perpetrated against Germans. Every day! Forty (40).|
|00:30||Think about that for a moment.|
|00:33||For-ty (40) assaults every day!
Video transcript #2:
|00:00||“Germany — Safest it has been for 25 years!” The media choir enthusiastically said when|
|00:04||Interior Minister Seehofer presented the police crime statistics (PKS) May 2018.|
|00:10||That is not exactly true according to Frank Haubold’s analysis|
|00:15||of the Federal Situation Report 2017 of the BKA “Crime in the context of immigration”|
|00:20||The media barely reported anything on this report also released in May 2018|
|00:25||likely because it shows the catastrophic increase in immigrant crime since 2014|
|00:29||the year before the Merkel government prompted the border opening|
|00:35||— for everyone — according to Haubold. Overall, the proportion of crimes|
|00:39||with immigrants as suspects remained almost constant from 2016 to 2017.|
|00:43||More insightful, however, is the comparison with the year 2014|
|00:47||with a dramatic increase of 252% from 115,000 to 290,000 offenses!|
|00:52||However, the most frightening number can be found on page 54|
|00:56||under the heading “Case constellation: immigrants suspects — victims German”|
|01:02||documents 39,096 German victims of immigrant crime — a new high in 2017.|
|01:10||An increase of 23.7 percent over the previous year (31,597)|
|01:14||In reverse (German suspects, immigrants victims) 6,832 cases were recorded.|
|01:19||This corresponds to a ratio of 5.7 to one.|
|01:22||In the supposedly safest Germany since 1992, almost 40,000 Germans|
|01:26||were victims of crime committed by those “seeking protection” in 2017|
|01:30||and thus almost six times more than in reverse constellation.|
|01:36||This means that every single day of the year more than 100 German citizens|
|01:40||were and will become victims of crimes with at least one immigrant as a suspect|
|01:44||and the trend is rising.