Migrants Cause Most German Violent Crime

Armed policemen stand outside a school in the Blankenese district of Hamburg, northern Germany, on November 8, 2023. Police evacuated students from the school over a “threat” after reports that two individuals with a firearm were in the building.

Migrants Cause Most German Violent Crime

Migrants committed 58.5 percent of Germany’s violent crime last year, despite accounting for only 13 percent of the nation’s population, numbers from the Federal Criminal Police Office showed on Tuesday.

  • Foreigners without a German passport made up 111,517 of 190,605 suspects in violent crime cases.
  • Suspected non-German violent offenders rose 14.5 percent from the previous year, contributing to an 8.6 percent rise overall.
  • Non-Germans comprised almost half of the 2.3 million suspected criminals in Germany last year.

“In concrete terms, this means swift proceedings and tangible penalties,” Interior Minister Nancy Faeser said. “Foreign offenders must leave Germany much more quickly. The strict deportation rules we have created must now be enforced.”

Seeking change: Many in Germany are demanding a response to the migration crisis, but the current government is unlikely to make meaningful changes.

The Bible prophesies that Germany’s government will soon experience a dramatic shift. A new leader will unite Europe, forming one of the largest empires in history and lead the world into World War iii.

Learn more: Read “Why a New Migrant Crisis Could Destroy Europe.”