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Neo-Nazi Attack!...uh wait...not quite...

I wouldn't be surprised if most if not all are "victim" initiated actions. So much fakery goes into being a victim, even here in the USA often Jews or blacks do the same thing. Some make it to the news, and then usually die the next day's news. Of course if one isn't a hoax, you never hear the end of it.


"MAINZ, Germany — A Syrian refugee set a shelter for migrants where he was living ablaze and tried to frame neo-Nazis by painting swastikas on its walls, according to authorities in Germany.

The 26-year-old alleged arsonist was dissatisfied with overcrowded conditions at the center, investigators in the western city of Bingen said.

The arsonist sprayed three swastikas on the exterior of the building in a bid to point police in the direction of far-right protesters.

Meanwhile, police in the northern city of Winsen arrested a 17-year-old Afghan on Sunday after he was allegedly seen setting a fire in the dormitory of another shelter for migrants. All 24 residents were evacuated safely after more than 200 rescue workers were sent. "

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