Despite the signs that are mandatory in all train stations in Germany* — telling the public in pictograms that it is strictly forbidden to shove fellow passengers in front of moving trains — culture-enrichers just can’t help themselves.
Below is a list of incidents from the last three years in which despicable German infidels were pushed in front of trains. It was posted at Politically Incorrect, and has been translated by MissPiggy.
Train track shovers with migration background — a list of horror
Berlin, January 2017
A group of young people attacked two men at the Kottbusser Tor station in Kreuzberg on Saturday night and pushed one of them onto the tracks. The 26-year-old was able to climb out of the track bed before a train arrived, the police reported. The young people fled by subway. The two victims were taken to hospital for medical treatment. All suspects — six from Syria, one from Libya — were identified.
Hamburg St. Pauli, January 2017
A 16-year-old man, who probably escaped from Morocco only at the end the previous year, attacked and robbed a woman (34) on Wednesday night. Then he pushed her into the track bed. He was already known to police for bodily injury and violation of the asylum procedure law. Fortunately, the woman was only slightly injured!
Dresden, March 2017
Two asylum seekers known to police from Morocco and Libya pushed a German family father into the track bed, and one of the attackers permanently prevented him from getting off the track bed by kicking them. Parallel to the physical attacks, the suburban train headed towards Dresden entered the embarking area. The locomotive driver acted quickly and immediately initiated an emergency braking manoeuvre. The train stopped just a few metres in front of the injured person. The two attackers then fled, and after the arrest, narcotics (four 5cm pieces of hashish each) were found and confiscated from the Libyan national. Both persons obviously used the S-Bahn trains in question without being in possession of a corresponding ticket.
Munich, April 2017
The already-on-file 38-year-old Csilla H. spoke to the victim, the 59-year-old management consultant Werner M., in a language he did not understand, before she pushed him from behind in front of the subway. Only by a miracle was the subway driver able to brake and stop three meters in front of the victim!
Frankfurt, May 2017
Unknown, according to witnesses probably “Eastern Europeans”, pushed a young man in a railway station in Frankfurt/Main on the tracks and seriously injured him.
Gerlingen, October 2017
A 21-year-old Algerian who fled to Germany in 2014 and had already been on trial in the past for bodily injury and other crimes, beat and kicked his “friend” from Gerlinger. Unable to move, he was then pushed into the track bed of the express train. The victim was seriously injured!
Berlin-Charlottenburg, November 2017
A 28-year-old Iranian ran up to and kicked a 20-year-old woman entering the subway; the victim was run over and died at the scene of the accident. The perpetrator had been known to the police since 2002 and his criminal record is long. At the age of 14 he stabbed a man.
Basel, November 2018
A fugitive “dark-skinned perpetrator” pushed 73-year-old in front of the tram, victim slightly injured!
Nuremberg February 2019
Of the three German youths who were pushed onto the track bed of the S-Bahn by “youths with a migration background”, two were killed!
Blaubeuren, April 2019
Two male persons of the “black African type” without a ticket pushed a railway employee onto the track bed after an altercation that had taken place previously on the train. The railway employee suffered a concussion as well as bruises on her back and thighs.
Vienna, May 2019
A 20-year-old Iraqi pushed the 36-year-old man, unknown to him, directly in front of the arriving train. Despite emergency braking, the driver was unable to prevent a collision. The victim was caught by the train and seriously injured.
Voerde, July 2019
A 28-year-old man from Kosovo, well-known to the police and the judiciary, whose danger to the public had been known for a long time, pushed a 34-year-old mother directly in front of an arriving train! The victim died immediately at the scene of the accident.
Essen, July 2019
A 20-year-old was brutally pushed into the subway tracks, victims slightly injured, by “youths” (according to photos probable migration background). The case is still being investigated.
|*||That’s a bitterly ironic fiction on my part — there are no such signs; I made up the graphic all by myself.