I reported yesterday on the actions of rebellious “youths” at an asylum facility in the German city of Suhl in Thuringia. After one of the inmates was confirmed to be infected with the Wuhan Coronavirus, the entire facility was quarantined, and the inhabitants prevented from leaving. Needless to say, the “refugees” didn’t take kindly to the new limits placed on their freedom, so they revolted. The resulting violent disturbances required a large police presence to contain.
The Thuringian police have now solved the problem: a SWAT team stormed the refugee facility and dealt with the mischievous rascals who had been making trouble. A water cannon and a riot control vehicle were required to accomplish the mission. The members of the assault force in their hazmat suits looked like Imperial Storm Troopers from Star Wars.
Once again: considering how many police were required to contain the revolt, what would happen if multiple facilities in the area experienced the same sort of insurrection simultaneously?
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
|00:00||Police removed troublemakers from refugee facility with a large contingent including|
|00:03||a water cannon and a riot control vehicle. In the city of Suhl in Thuringia, Germany police were|
|00:07||on a Corona mission. In the refugee facility, several asylum seekers barricaded themselves off.|
|00:11||Their building was under quarantine following a confirmed case of the coronavirus.|
|00:14||Since then no refugees have been permitted to leave the premises.|
|00:18||Thuringia: Coronavirus in the refugee facility — SWAT team mission in Suhl|
|01:43||SWAT team dispatched to refugee facility because of Merkel guests with an ISIS flag.|
|01:46||Water cannon, riot control vehicle and police in Hazmat gear|
|01:49||enter buildings around 5pm. The battle of Suhl 2020 A.D.