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Duisburg, located in the Ruhr metropolitan area of the western German state of North-Rhine Westphalia, has 490,000 inhabitants. Around 20% of them are foreigners, naturalized citizens not included. In the northern part of the city, where that percentage is even higher, on May 19th, 2020 an 18-year old “New German” of Lebanese descent and a well-known serial offender was filmed by a video camera.

Police was dispatched to the area to enforce a warrant of arrest against the young criminal, who fled into a residential building when he saw the officers. Very quickly, about 50 people connected with the criminal clan to which he belongs confronted them, pretending that the sought person wasn’t there.

Nevertheless, the thug was arrested on one of the upper floors. On their way downstairs the police was forced to use pepper spray, as more and more supporters of the delinquent tried hard to free him. Somehow the agents managed to form a corridor to their patrol car through a crowd of approximately 200 people, and the detainee ended up in custody.

According to investigation files leaked to the press, it didn’t take the milieu long to react to the perceived intrusion. On May 22nd, police headquarters received a clear email, written in perfect German.

“Subject: Allahu Akbar, Duisburg-Marxloh is our district. (…) We prohibit all unbelievers from entering it. We will drive away or kill all police officers, journalists and other unbelievers by force of arms. For us, only radical Sharia law applies. We obtained 2,000 AK-47 assault rifles from Turkey and Russia with enough ammunition. Allahu Akbar, kill all unbelievers.”

The message was sent using a platform that hides addresses and identities. Although according to official statistics the crime rate in general seems to have been declining since 2017, last year the number of homicide cases, including murder, reached historic highs in Duisburg. Therefore, local law enforcement agencies including the competent public prosecutor’s office, are taking this threat very seriously.

The development of no-go areas, where mostly foreign criminals openly intimidate the police, is a serious problem not restricted to Germany, and the consequence of the false tolerance long practiced by the Left against presumed victims of Western society. Combined with their deep hate of traditional values like law and order, Europe’s doom seems inevitable.

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