Udo Voigt addresses the exploding migrant violence in Germany in the EU Parliament
The concentrated media hype surrounding the events in the German cities of Chemnitz and Köthen shows that politics and lying press are not able to accept the truth. This is the same in the European Parliament in Straatsburg. There, NPD MEP Udo Voigt has called for a minute of silence for “all victims of the multicultural terror”, quoting “all victims of the migrant violence”, citing Parliament’s Rules of Procedure, as recently two Germans were brutally murdered in Chemnitz and Köthen by immigrants.
The background to this is that at yesterday’s resumption of parliamentary session after the summer break, President of Parliament Tajani commemorated numerous victims of natural disasters and traffic accidents during the summer months, including the victims of a bus accident in Romania. By contrast, Tajani did not say a word about the now almost daily victims of migrant violence in Germany. Yet they are a direct consequence of the EU’s completely failed “refugee” policy and are the responsibility of many EU politicians.
The vast majority of established immigrant parties did not want a minute’s silence for the victims of everyday immigrant violence, and some left-wing parliamentarians raised loud cheers and boos for his initiative. It was a clarifying moment: the EU has plenty of money and hollow phrases for almost everything, but when it comes to Europe’s exploding immigrant violence, which now drives people into the streets not only in Chemnitz and Köthen, the European Parliament remains silent.
Even the German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) had to admit in June in the “Federal Situation Picture 2017” that last year there were almost 40,000 German victims of crime by supposedly immigrants who are “seeking protection” – that is more than 100 each day. And in the 90 days of the first quarter alone In 2018, 89 attempted murders were committed by alleged “refugees”, statistically speaking almost every day.