Open border activist STABBED by migrants he advocates for; can’t understand why

Julius G
Photo credit Morgenpost.

A pro-open borders activist was brutally attacked by the very people he is fighting for, but that didn’t change his mind.

Police responded to a call of a stabbing at a pizzeria in Dresden, Germany on Saturday and found the victim to be pro-refugee, open borders activist, Julius G.

The 29-year-old, who has also campaigned against the group Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of Europe, said he’s “very sad” about the attack but he doesn’t want it to be politicized.

“I don’t know why I was attacked,” he told Bild. “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”.

He said he wasn’t robbed by the North Africans and had no idea why he was attacked, but “it makes me very sad that I was attacked by precisely this group.”

Perhaps he ought to look into a German doctor’s email about how the clash between the refugees and European cultures has resulted in “horrifying” conditions.

How long will it take for Europe to realize the grave mistake they are making?

And will Americans stop it from hitting U.S. shores before it’s too late?


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