December 13, 2014
A few hours before the Jew embassy in Athens got shot up, someone burned down three buildings earmarked for these vicious “asylum seekers” to occupy in Nuremberg, Germany.
Swastikas were spray-painted. The media is blaming “far-right extremists,” which is Jew codeword for “normal people who do not want their entire nation invaded and conquered by an oppressive foreign force.”
The renovated buildings were empty when the fires took hold on Thursday night. Firefighters quickly put out the blazes and no-one was seriously hurt.
Swastikas were daubed on one building with the slogan “no asylum seeker in Vorra” – the town where it happened.
Police in Vorra estimate the fire damage at 700,000 euros (£555,000; $872,000). The three buildings were a former restaurant, a barn and a vacant block of flats.
Bavaria’s Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann, of the conservative CSU party, said it was “obviously arson”.
“And these swastika graffiti raise suspicions that far-right activists could have been responsible,” he added.
Vorra’s Mayor Volker Herzog – from the Social Democrats (SPD) – said the activists were suspected of having met at a local house at weekends, though there was no pattern of far-right offences.
Bavaria’s Prime Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) said Bavaria “is distinguished by its citizens’ willingness to help and support those who seek peaceful refuge in Bavaria and protection from war and persecution”.
I know with these stories, people tend to say it is Jews doing it to make it look like people are against them or their pets, but I don’t see any reason to believe the people are not genuinely angry and lashing out.
I am against this type of violence, but I am also capable of understanding that people get to the point where they feel they have no other outlet for their righteous rage.
I am also not sure how burning down an immigrant housing complex helps the immigration agenda, at this point, especially since no one got hurt. Rather than “wow those poor immigrants,” a person is likely to read this story and think “wow people are really upset about these immigrants.”