German neo-nazi arson


This video says about itself:

The Truth Lies in Rostock – 78 minute documentary – trailer

21 June 2011

What began with a small group of youths hurling stones at a refugee hostel quickly escalated into the worst mob attack ever seen against foreigners in post-war Germany.

Rostock-Lichtenhagen: August 1992.

Over the course of just a few days, disaffected residents, fascist sympathisers and Neo-Nazi leaders joined together to express a collective hatred towards the rising presence of asylum seekers in the neighbourhood.

The level of physical and verbal assault from protesters was extreme; with little to no protection from police authorities, it was a miracle there were no fatalities. Through careful study of amateur footage from that day, as well as interviews taken by those who were present at the riot — active participants, locals, refugees, anti-fascists and police — The Truth Lies in Rostock attempts to understand how and why the violence occurred. More importantly, it questions why the events were allowed to take place despite numerous warnings received by the authorities.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Saturday 13th December 2014

Arsonists attack refugee housing

Germany: Security at asylum sites in Bavaria was stepped up yesterday after fires broke out at three empty buildings earmarked to house asylum-seekers.

Anti-foreigner slogans and swastikas were painted at one site. The fires broke out late on Thursday evening in Vorra, in southern Germany, and police said they were treating it as arson.

A spokeswoman for Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned any potential racist motives for the attacks as “abhorrent.”

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