Ethnic Conflict Leads to Brawl at German Police Academy
Last week, a fight broke out between at least two students at a police academy in Berlin. Several people were injured, including a number of officers who intervened.
The two students in question – one Arabic, the other Turkish – began arguing before they eventually decided to settle things physically.
This incident is actually quite tame compared to previous instances of interethnic violence in Germany. Since opening its borders to the third world, this once-proud European country has become somewhat of a battle royal between foreign groups.
One particularly alarming example occurred in September of 2015 at a migrant camp in Calden. The camp, home to an array of ethnic groups, erupted in violence as over 400 Albanian and Pakistani migrants brawled for hours until finally being quelled by the police.
The worst part of all of this, of course, is that it is completely unnecessary. The West stands to gain little-to-nothing from third world immigration; as such, every downside to the ongoing invasion only appears more glaring.