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Germany: Migrants Contribute 90% Increase in Violent Crime

Germany Violent Crime Migrants Increase

A new study published in Germany suggests that 90% of the increase in violent crime taking place in the state of Lower Saxony is directly attributable to recent immigrants.

As we all know, Germany took leave of her senses in 2015 and flung open Europe’s borders to the hordes of third-world migrants pretending to be refugees. Since then, we have witnessed a massive increase in violent crime, particularly rape.

The study in question looked into the causes for a 10.4% increase in violent crime at the height of the so-called migrant crisis, and found that the vast majority of the increase can be attributed directly to newcomers.

Of course, the original reporting of said study makes the typical excuses regarding the rate at which native German crimes are reported, as well as a lack of cultural understanding amongst recent immigrants.

But the truth of the matter is, as we all know, these migrants are bringing crime. In the words of President Trump, ‘they’re bringing crime, they’re bringing drugs, they’re rapists – and some I presume are good people!’

How fitting this sentiment truly is, however poorly delivered.

When the figures mentioned above are broken down into individual crimes, a much more frightening picture emerges.

In June 2017, a report published by the Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA) showed that there had been a 500% increase in sexual crimes committed by migrants between 2013-16, i.e. a comparison before and after the epicentre of the “migration crisis”.

We are truly living amongst the ruins of a dying society.

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