EUROPE: Muslim ‘youth’ mobs loot train wreck corpses in France, attack police in Germany

When you see a story about ‘youths’ anywhere in Europe now, it’s a good bet they are talking about young Muslim thugs, thieves, and general troublemakers.

france-train-crashGOV This French news video provides a follow-up to yesterday’s post about the looting of injured people and corpses by Muslim ‘culture-enrichers’ after the wreck of a passenger train on Friday in Brétigny-Sur-Orge. There were too many witnesses to the robberies and the stoning of police, so the media couldn’t entirely ignore what happened. But, as you’ll see from this report, the reporters downplayed, minimized, explained away, and generally whitewashed the incident.

Many thanks to Bear for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

For three nights in a row there have been heavy Muslim riots in Hamburg-Altona. A mob attacked policemen on the first night and the next night, they burned cars and hurled stones. About 150 young Muslim rioters gathered Friday night, where they went from lighting firecrackers to torching cars.

hamburgaltonariot GOV In Karl Wolff Street a car was completely gutted. Another car was set on fire in Hospital Street, but was able to be extinguished. Some time later the tires of another car were burning. More than 100 police officers were out in force. They used pepper spray against the rioters. In response the mob hurled stones at the officers. A 21-year-old man was arrested.

The riots started on Thursday night when a group of youths blinded car drivers with a laser pointer. The police moved in – and suddenly saw a group of over 150 people moving towards them. 16 rioters were detained. There was an aggressive mood and the situation escalated. In the media, not much was said about the cultural background of the rioters, but in the photos and videos it can be seen: There are Muslims and women with headscarves. Also, the battle cry “Allahu Akbar” can be heard in the video.

Many thanks to Oz-Rita for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling