On November 18, 2020, an Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) politician, Alexander Arpaschi, was viciously stabbed by a the 23-year-old Syrian migrant who resided in an apartment he rents to students in Karlsruhe, Germany. In order to protect young women, Mr. Arpaschi came to evict the migrant after receiving several complaints from his female roommates that he was sexually harassing them.
When Mr. Arpaschi, who was accompanied by two people, want to inform the migrant of his evictions, the radical took a sharp object and nearly killed him. Arpaschi severed his biceps muscle, severed the artery in his left upper arm, dislocated the joint on his ring finger and tore his ligaments. He was left with abrasions, bruises and another cut in his right forearm. He was rushed to the hospital and had to undergo emergency surgery from the near deadly attack.
The 50-year-old politician was a candidate in the last city council election and currently works for the party in the Brussels office of MEP Joachim Kuhhs. As with many criminal migrant, the Syrian is already known to the police. Instead of authorities holding the dangerous migrant, the Karlsruhe Prosecutor’s Office set him free. The migrant was released from police custody around the same time that Arpaschi awoke from anesthesia after his emergency surgery.
The German left-wing justice system has repeatedly shown they do not take serious measures to protect their citizens from acts of violence by migrants. Instead, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government seems more interested in prosecuting and harassing coronavirus lockdown violator and those who critique her suicidal open borer policies.
The attack of AfD politicians and their supporters have become common place in Germany. As previously reported at RAIR Foundation USA, the AfD has experienced thousands of criminal attacks against their institutions and members by the left and Islamic supremacists. The attacks range from arson, harassment, intimidation, doxing, incidences at their homes, burglary, assassination attempts, and canceling major political AfD conventions by threats and intimidations. Last year, an Antifa web site “Indymedia” even published “assassination instructions” for attacks on AfD members.
Despite the danger of attacks on the AfD, politicians like Merkel and her media have been sympathetic to these radicals and defended, downplayed and hidden their violence. Even more terrifying. as we see in the case of Alexander Arpaschi, they immediately release them back into the public where they could potentially attack more innocent people. Violent criminals are imported into Germany under the guise of seeking protection, and the authorities ignore their crimes while targeting those who expose the danger they pose.
Watch the following video released by Alexander Arpaschi detailing the violent attack on his life. Arpaschi took this film while laying in his hospital bed:
Many thanks to Miss Piggy for the translation:
My name is Alexander Arpaschi. I am 50 years old. Today is 18th of November 2020. I’ve been admitted to the Municipal Hospital in the city of Karlsruhe on Moltkestraße. Yesterday, on the 17th of November at 10:30, I arrived at a shared apartment with my building manager and maintenance man. I rent this apartment to students. I was there to deliver the immediate eviction notice to a Syrian occupant, because he was harassing the other female occupants of the apartment. The girls lodged complaints about him to me and I attempted to resolve the issue. During my visit, I was attacked. The Syrian came at me with a sharp object. The police have still not informed me what it was. It was either a knife or a shard. It severed my biceps muscle and it severed an artery. I had a finger joint dislocated along with several other abrasions and contusions all over my entire body. From this entire incident, what makes me most furious is the fact that while I’m being driven to the hospital with a tourniquet that nearly made me lose my arm, and then having to go through an emergency operation and wake up sometime later in the afternoon, I find out that the Prosecutor’s Office of Karlsruhe ordered the police to release my attacker. I don’t what kind of system it is that we’re living in, but it is guaranteed to be the wrong one.