New Year’s Day, 2017.
Syrian migrants recently accepted into Germany kicked a baby (1 year old) in the head while fighting on a bus.
When paramedics arrived on the scene to treat the injured parties (read: innocent infant), the migrants attacked the paramedics with belts.
Nothing says “Thank you Germany” like violently kicking a 1 year old infant in the face, and then attacking the paramedics who try to help
The violence started around 9 PM in Augsburg, after a total of 54,000 residents were evacuated because of the discovery of a World War II era 1.8-ton aircraft bomb. The bomb was later defused.
With info from Express, countless Syrian refugees “erupted with anger because of a pram taking up space on the bus” while evacuating.
Migrants hurled abuse at other passengers before a fight broke out, with four of the Syrian men using the handles on the bus to hoist themselves up and attack women and old people to try and drag them into the fighting
said an eye-witness who saw the conflict first hand.
This is when the one-year-old was indiscriminately kicked in the face.
As expected, the event continued to sour.
When paramedics arrived to care for the baby and the other people injured, they were assaulted by the belt-wielding refugees. Paramedics had to wait for police to arrive before they could even give medical assistance.
This is happening after Chancellor Angela Merkel admitted over 1 million refugees into her country in 2015. An investigation has been launched into the attacks, although I doubt it will lead to new information or solutions to the violence of Syrian refugees.