Youths Gone Wild, Act III

The third video about the youthful mischief of European culture-enrichers reports on the actions of residents at an asylum center in the German city of Regensburg. It seems that a young woman who was residing at the center somehow turned up dead. When police came to investigate the incident, the asylum-seekers threw rocks at them.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   This morning there were tumultuous scenes at the refugee anchor center in Regensburg.
00:07   The cause of the situation the death of a 31-year-old black African woman.
00:11   The criminal police came to the anchor center to investigate the case.
00:17   Around 40-50 asylum-seekers harassed the police and threw stones at them.
00:21   Only with a large police force could the deceased be brought out of the building.
00:25   Tensions were defused when the residents were allowed to carry the coffin outside.

7 thoughts on “Youths Gone Wild, Act III

  1. Deport the whole lot of them, if they pulled that stunt in the countries they came from the police would have machine gun the lot of them and the MSM would have a short article on it in the western press. We have enough angry, welfare sucking, anti-Christian, anti-Jewish, “culture enhancers” living in the west already. Why are the governments of western Europe still importing more of these broken toys?

    • Germans will just pass a law making rocks illegal. Problem solved.

    • There is no deporting the problems away, too costly that will break the banks of Europe. This ends as it always does, massive bloodshed, as history has demonstrated time and time again, yet folks actually truly believe we can do this humanely and nicely when deep down to their very souls they know differently and dare not say what they know to be true. To be armed is to be forewarned.

  2. “somehow turned up dead”. Marvellous way to put it. As if it was an action of her own – to turn up dead to the party. Poor human being.

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