Germany: Muslim migrant children bully and beat up non-Muslim boy for eating pork – an ambulance was needed

This is the poison fruit of Merkel’s suicidal immigration policies. She will go down in history as the worst German Chancellor since Adolf Hitler. Native Germans increasingly are living in fear in their own countries. Muslim migrants, including these schoolchildren, clearly believe that they can act with absolute impunity and the German authorities will do nothing. Like authorities in Britain when they were for years confronted with the activities of Muslim rape gangs, the German authorities are likely most afraid of appearing to be “racist” and “islamophobic.” And so incidents like this one will multiply.

“Migrants bully and beat up German boy for eating pork – an ambulance was needed,” Voice of Europe, April 19, 2018:

After German daily newspaper “The Tagesspiegel” asked their readers to tell about incidents of school violence and bullying, they received a lot of replies.

“Our son is in fourth grade at a middle school and has been bullied since the first year. He was abused, beaten and kicked because he is German. Classmates call him ‘German pig’, ‘pig’ and ‘German potato’. At his school are mainly children with a migrant background. Most are Muslims,” one family says.

The boy and his family live in Berlin-Mitte, which is a multicultural neighbourhood, according to them. “We like to live there, we have a motley circle of friends. But our son being bullied and attacked for allegedly eating pork is simply unbearable for us. He does not even eat any, we are vegetarians.”

“In addition to countless insults that he has to listen to daily, our son was kicked down a staircase and beaten several times in the schoolyard – sometimes in front of the teacher. He was picked up from school by the ambulance more than once”, the family continues.

The boy once had to stay in a hospital for a weekend because a classmate had kicked him in the stomach and it was unclear whether any organs were injured, the family tells The Tagesspiegel. “There have been six incidents so far in just one year. We do not want to take this anymore”….

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