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One of the Africans in Ashausen filmed. YouTube

A thousand Africans arrive in small German town

Ashausen is a district with 3 800 inhabitants in the unitary municipality in the district of Harburg, Lower Saxony. The place is connected by a train station to the train route Hannover-Hamburg. A YouTube video that went viral shows a stream of about 1000 black Africans pouring from a train into the station.

Published: July 13, 2019, 10:28 am

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    The endless column of people set off on foot towards an initially unknown destination. The scene is similar to the images of waves of immgrants arriving in Germany in 2015. The mainstream media has not reported on the latest arrival

    A local woman documenting the arrival with her mobile phone, was promptly harassed by one of the migrants: “Erase that, wipe that out!”

    The woman then loudly protests: “What do you want from me? I want to know what you want from me! Go ahead! ”

    The African ignores her and the courageous woman continues to document the never-ending stream of migrants. Her comments clearly indicate how shaken she is by what’s going on right in front of her eyes.

    PI-NEWS wanted to find out more about the arrival and contacted the local police. The explanation: The black Africans are employees of Amazon, who arrive regularly at the train station Ashausen and are then driven by a shuttle bus to their workplace.

    This information is now also available on the Facebook page of the police, provided with the following notice: “It is also correct that we investigate because of a violation of the Art Copyright Act, as the video was supposedly published and distributed without the consent of the depicted persons.”

    “I do not understand all that anymore,” a recently retired a geriatric nurse told the conservative online outlet.

    The oath of office, which the German Chancellor and the Federal Minister swear to, sound like a mockery these days: “I swear that I will devote my strength to the good of the German people.”

    Meanwhile, in the German city of Mülheim an der Ruhr, foreign adolescents once again committed a sexual offense. The four Syrians aged eleven to 17 years and a 16-year-old Lebanese sexually harassed a German girl on Sunday evening, reported Bild newspaper, citing the prosecutor in Duisburg.

    At a bus stop, the suspects surrounded the 15-year-old German girl, and tormented their victim. Only when witnesses of the sexual assault hurried to her rescue, the perpetrators fled.

    With the help of a witness, the police have been able to find and arrest the young migrants. After their interrogation, everyone was however released, except for an eleven-year-old Syrian.

    The city in the Ruhr area was in the past few days in the headlines because of a gang rape, for which foreign adolescents were also reportedly responsible. The incident sparked a debate about reducing the age of criminal responsibility in the German media.

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