Another attack on a homeless man by ‘asylum seekers’

Thank you MissPiggy for this video and the explanation below:

This Berlin subway station “Schönleinstraße” was the focal point of an attack on Christmas Day 2016. A homeless man was maliciously assaulted and burned by Arab “protection seekers” from Syria and Libya in an insidious murder attempt.

This video shows how another homeless man was brutally attacked in Schönleinstraße station this time with a knife. (Feb. 2019)

The man laying on the platform is attacked by another man again and again. What is difficult to see in the video, but confirmed by the police: The attacker is not only using his fists. He has a knife in his hand. Investigators reported the man had ‘several stitches on the buttocks, arms and thighs’. The whole thing happened in broad daylight in the subway station Schönleinstraße.

According to the Berliner Zeitung, the 29-year-old homeless man got into a quarrel at the subway station with two completely unknown men – or probably vice versa! The reason for the dispute “is still completely unclear”. On the “shocking video” you can see and hear how the two dark-clothed ethno-invaders of a peaceful religion roar and insult the 29-year-old (wearing a woolen hat and a backpack) in Arabic.

Then one of the Arab aggressors suddenly goes on the rampage: He runs towards his victim and attacks the homeless man with the knife. A heavyset Berliner in beige trousers, courageously and fearlessly tries to separate the opponents putting himself protectively before the attacked 29-year-old, becomes so involved in the “stabbing” (according to Focus magazine). He shouts loudly: “Dude, put the knife away!” And then with all his might again: “Put the knife away!” But the knifey migrant continues to chase the homeless man trying to flee in panic. He then stabs him ice cold and without hesitation.

As some other very courageous witnesses intervene, the knifey migrant and his accomplice leave the severely injured 29-year-old alone. He drags himself on a few meters further, pulling a trail of blood behind him and finally remains “completely exhausted and apathetic” sitting on the platform. Alerted rescue workers take the man to a hospital. There the homeless person is “taken care of” – probably by a life-saving emergency operation in the intensive care unit.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

5 Replies to “Another attack on a homeless man by ‘asylum seekers’”

  1. Berlin, once a safe city except for the Turkish quarter. After the Wall went down, it was still safe except for an increasing Turkish area in West Berlin where the Turks started hanging out in the tourist areas. We felt less safe.

    I traveled extensively through Germany. Dusseldorf was so safe. Today, forget it.

    I saw it over the course of 25 years where country after country became less safe because of Muslims.

    Of all the countries and cities, Madrid was the worse for theft. See Moroccans. The Police told me 5 major thefts per hour, back then. I saw a couple of Japanese tourists arrive at the hotel and their passports had been stolen.

    I’m just grateful, although sad, that I visited so many European countries before the Islamic plague set in.

    If you want to visit Europe, go to Central Europe and Portugal. Muslims don’t seem to have an interest in learning Portuguese.

  2. I’m just grateful, although sad, that I visited so many European countries before the Islamic plague set in.

    You aren’t the only one. As a child, my Scandihoovian relatives taught me to hate the Germans (I’ve gotten over it). Regardless, after visiting pristine idylls like Bautzen in Saxony, seeing these once-bastions of Caucasian culture fuxated like some Detroit suburb simply boils my blood.

    • Detroit and its suburbs were _fantastic_, way back when. A glorious, cosmopolitan city that was also all-American. (With a substantial number of Canadians commuting across the Ambassador Bridge to work in the auto factories.)

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