Asylum Seekers Attack Village Disco with Machetes in Germany
The incident occurred in the village of Trebbin in Brandeburg on Saturday
Afghan and Syrian asylum seekers reportedly attacked a small village disco in Germany armed with machetes after being removed by a bouncer.
The incident occurred in the village of Trebbin in Brandeburg on Saturday.
A group of 10 migrants attempted to break into the disco by hacking down the door to the building with their machetes, according to German tabloid Bild.
The bouncer said that the asylum seekers also tried to slash him in the neck.
He then described how he was able to fend them off and get inside before holding the door closes with three other colleagues.
The migrants then began to chop the wooden door with their machetes, which cause splinter to shoot out into the eye of a 25-year-old guest who was then rushed to the hospital.
“I fended off the blow with my forearm and pushed it back," the bouncer said.
"It fell against the other, who had also pulled a machete," he continued.
"We used the seconds to retreat and shut the door. They then hacked on the door. They had apparently planned to take revenge," he added.
"Otherwise, they would not have brought the weapons,” the bouncer concluded.
Owner of the disco, Frank Seifert, said of the attack:
“Two of them had been banned two weeks ago because they had climbed over the fence. We have nothing against asylum seekers, but whoever does not behave cannot go in.”
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Due to the low prices of alcohol at the disco, which offers a glass of liquor for just one euro after admission, it attracts many guests, including migrants.
Since 2015, similar incidents have taken place across Germany, including sex attacks on young girls at a local disco in the town of Plauen.
Sex attacks have become such a problem in Hamburg that one experienced bouncer remarked in 2016 that women were afraid to go out alone at night.
Last month Neon Nettle reported that the United Nations began flying migrants from Africa to Germany on charter flights as part of its new "refugee resettlement" program.
The UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) announced the "first-ever" flights to begin transporting migrants from Somalia directly into German airports ready for "resettlement."
IOM revealed that additional flights have already scheduled.
In September, IOM Ethiopia’s twitter account proudly posted a video showing 154 Somali migrants arriving at Kassel airport in the federal state of Hesse.