Germany has seen a stark rise in the number of violent crimes committed by antifascists. Between 2009 and 2013 there were a total of 1,523 proven acts, more than double the 2003-2008 period. “The vast majority of political crimes with violence come from the left-wing political scene,” said Senator Frank Henkel (CDU).
A new study, published by the German tabloid, bild.de, shows that 92% of left wing political criminals live with their parents. The study paints a further picture of the average antifa member. He is male, 21 to 24 years old, 9 our of 10 are single, and 1 out of 3 does not have a job despite being a grown adult.
Here’s some other details revealed by the article:
- 95 per cent of offenses are disturbing the peace, personal injury, arson, and resistance to law enforcement officers
- Between 2009 and 2013, left-wing assassins attempted eleven murders and two attempted homicides.
- 902 violent acts (59 per cent) are directed against persons. Four out of five against policemen.
- 15 percent of the victims are right wingers.
- In the case of violence against objects, car fires are the most common offense with 62 percent. In 58 cases police cars were lit.
Anti-fascists have a long history of plaguing Europe, but have recently become increasingly common in North America. The leaderless resistance (unless you count George Soros) has been showing up to protest speaking engagements by conservative pundits such as Milo Yiannopoulos, Gavin McInnes and Ben Shapiro, often with violent results.