Chemnitz, Germany: Fake “Refugee” Convicted of Murder that Sparked Protests
A fake refugee from Syria living off German taxpayers in the city of Chemnitz has been convicted of a 2016 murder in the city - an attack which sparked off major protests against the ongoing nonwhite invasion of Germany - and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison.
According to German media reports, Alaa S. a 23-year-old Syrian “asylum-seeker,” was sentenced for killing of “Daniel H.” - who himself was a Cuban living in Germany. Large crowds of Germans, sick and tired of the endless crime and violence caused by the flood of nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees, took to the streets in mass protests after the murder, demanding an end to the “invasion flood.”
The controlled media claimed that “gangs of neo-Nazis” had chased and attacked nonwhites in the streets during these protests - and this lie was repeated endlessly by the controlled media in Europe and America.
However, as Michael Kretschmer, the premier of the state of Saxony, where Chemnitz is located, pointed out shortly afterward, “there was no mob, nobody was chased, and there were no race riots” and he specifically “rejected media reports that claimed far-right extremists had chased foreign-looking people through Chemnitz.”
The results of the city council election in May this year gave the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party 18 percent of the vote, a close second to the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU). The Pro Chemnitz group, which, unlike the AfD, actually does contain some nationalist elements, and which organized the original demonstrations, took another 8 percent and has five of the 60 seats in the city council.
* Alaa S. was put on trial after the main suspect, 22-year-old Iraqi “asylum seeker” Farhad A., fled Germany and is believed to be back in Iraq - once again exposing the hoax that is the “asylum” racket. Clearly it is safe enough for an Iraqi to hide in his home country from Interpol, and therefore there is no reason for any of them to seek “asylum” in Europe.