This is a book anyone interested in the current Refugee politics in Germany should read. Already in the Preface, the author traces important parallels between the 90’s and the 2015’s, when respectively 400 thousand and 1 million refugees arrived in the country. In 1992, there was the attack in Rostock-Lichtenhagen:
And in 2015, there were attacks in Tröglitz, Heidenau and Freital. Below the attack in the city of Clausnitz, in 2016 , when a 100-strong group chanted ‘We are the people’ and ‘Go home’ at a bus carrying refugees to an accommodation. whilst one protester was showed threatening the group inside the bus with a cut-throat gesture. (The book doesn’t mention this specific event as it was published before it happened).