Friday, 25 March 2016


Anti Asylum right wing politician Stefan Jagsch from the National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) swerved off the road and collided with a tree in the German town of B├╝dingen.
It just happened that a coachload of Syrian refugees were passing the accident scene in a bus and rushed to the stricken man's aid, pulling the badly hurt politician from the wreckage and administering first aid.
Mr Jagsch who had recently been attacking Chancellor Merkel's laws on asylum for letting too many Syrian refugees into Germany, suffered two broken legs and a cut to the face as a result of the accident.
He must have also suffered a massive sense of conscience that the very people he tried so hard to keep out may very well have saved his life.
Don't you just love irony!


Samuel Guevara said...

I did read these news in Spanish media and then saw some comments, written by xenophobes as this guy. I saw someone claiming that moving a wounded person after an accident is very dangerous and so these stupid refugees could have caused serious permanent damage on his spine. Bad if they don't help, bad if they help.

Falling on a bruise said...

I do love these type of stories and as a bonus a right wing politician gets taken out of action for a while so everyone's a winner.