Brutal attacks ok for the cause…..
Twenty-nine year old ‘Julius G.’ involved himself in political activism while reading his degree in industrial engineering Technical University of Dresden. Now he may have fallen victim to his own politics, as the refugee advocate was attacked while waiting for friends in Dresden’s Neustadt, known as the city’s ‘left wing’, or ‘alternative’ quarter.
Germany’s Bild-Zeitung reports police were called to Pizza 5 on Alaunstraße on Saturday after a group of six to eight men jumped the student in the early hours and stabbed him twice in the back, leaving him in a serious condition. A police spokesman said: “Several police vans searched the surrounding area, unfortunately without success. According to witnesses, the attackers were said to be North Africans”.
West-German ‘Julius G.’ who has been a student in Dresden for five years told Bild: “I don’t know why I was attacked.
“I waited opposite the pizzeria for two friends who were buying something to eat after we had left the pub and were on our way home”.
The student didn’t think the motivation was robbery, as nothing was taken after the stabbing. Explaining he campaigned for the rights of refugees, he explained: “it makes me very sad that I was attacked by precisely this group”.
Despite the apparently random violent attack by the migrants, the activist was adamant the stabbing shouldn’t be used for political ends.
Speaking to Saxony’s Sächsische Zeitung newspaper, the unidentified student said he had also campaigned against the Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of Europe movement (PEGIDA), which was founded and maintains its power base in conservative Dresden.
His reticence to allow his own negative experience damage the cause is redolent of another unfortunate recent case, as reported by Breitbart London, in which a fellow open borders activist decided to hush up her own gang-rape by African migrants.
Volunteering on the French-Italian border in a migrant camp, the woman was cornered in a shower block by a gang of Sudanese men, but kept the event to herself for a month because she and her colleagues feared it would slow the progress of their ideal of a world without borders.