Shocking news reached us a few days ago from France.But we don’t have to have a closer look to Paris to make the sad observation: “People with a Mediterranean appearance”, who enrich us with Muslim morals and African customs, prefer to solve problems with their neighbours in a terminal way. Because whoever is dead is no longer disturbing!
According to a special evaluation of the Police Crime Statistics (PKS) published by the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), almost every seventh person urgently suspected of manslaughter or murder has been an asylum seeker, person entitled to protection, quota refugee or tolerated person since 2015. For other “crimes against human beings” (serious or dangerous bodily injury), it is more than one in eight.A justified question, because the Office confirms in its statistics what many people from the common-life camp. repeatedly perceive: People with non-white skin colour and Muslim faith are more willing to solve problems by using violence.Since the German government and almost all elected representatives of the established parties consider this to be an anti-human assertion – in other words, the worst kind of racism – it must be assumed that, in addition to the police and the German Armed Forces, the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) has now also become part of the “fascists”.95,000 of 750,000 serious bodily injuries and almost 14,000 people suspected of murder or manslaughter since 2015.95,000 of 750,000 serious bodily injuries and almost 14,000 suspects of murder or manslaughter since 2015. How dare anyone publish such a statistic? This will play into the hands of the political right. Time to abolish the BKA, right?Then the advice from the framing manual of the public broadcaster ARD will work better again.After all, how can one credibly demonstrate how racist the German political right-wingers are, and accordingly how great the danger these subjects pose to “our democracy”, as long as BKA statistics become public which prove that Germans are more often victims of asylum seekers than vice versa?
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