— Stan (@StanM3) March 14, 2018
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— Stan (@StanM3) February 27, 2018
Meanwhile in Frankfurt….
Germany- Social housing not for refugees in Frankfurt! Instead of homes for the old, refugees are to be put into brand new homes with a worth of around 600.000 Euros. They even have a caretaker.https://t.co/IXnXsKMuYv pic.twitter.com/zybC5q7Ugd
— Stan (@StanM3) February 25, 2018
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Germany- Unknown man pushed a police officer(32) dressed as a civilian in front of a tram in Cologne. The police officer died. A suspect(44) pretending to be a witness has been arrested.https://t.co/TWzj6mrZcP pic.twitter.com/0hPmErzkFd
— Stan (@StanM3) February 11, 2018
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NOT the Onion!
You really can’t make this stuff up!
The city of Cologne has announced they will be handing out “respect” wristbands to encourage understanding between individuals on New Year’s Eve and prevent the kind of sex attacks that occurred in 2015.
The wristbands are part of a new campaign called “respect” which is sponsored by the city government and controversial Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker. Many have slammed Reker and the campaign on social media likening it to comments she made shortly after the 2015 attacks calling on women to keep men at “arm’s length”, Kronen Zeitung reports.
At a press conference, Reker said that the campaign would focus on telling people not to sexually attack others or shoot fireworks at individuals, buildings or police. The wristbands themselves are meant to inform others to be respectful when approaching the wearer and prevent potential sex attacks.
So what if there will be a massive police presence in Cologne on New Years Eve to prevent a repeat of the mass rapes and sexual assaults by Muslim migrants that happened there two year ago. The rapists will just find another city where the police presence is small. Nowhere in Merkel’s Germany is it safe for women anymore, not as it used to be.
Kelle was banned from Facebook for 7-days because she said that the new Hijabi Barbie doll is not a sign of diversity, but a symbol of oppression of women. “Anyone who points out that this headscarf is a political symbol, that manifests women’s inferiority and inequality with men, is now considered a racist.”
H/t reader kevin a.
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German police officers in the city of Halle were attacked by a gang of “youths” on Halloween night, and police in Cologne were forced to call for reinforcements due to sex attacks and violence from young migrant men.
Police say that there were “numerous brawls and disputes” and “three women were sexually harassed”, with two men being arrested in connection with the sex attacks, reports German news magazine Focus.
Prominent British Green politics campaigner and former Green party leader Natalie Bennett has refused to accept that “anything significant had happened” on New Year’s Eve 2015/16 in Cologne, Germany, whilst speaking on British radio Tuesday morning.
Engaged in a conversation on mass migration to Europe with LBC host Nick Ferrari, Bennett was promulgating the repeatedly debunked notion that the majority of the millions of young men who had come to the continent over the course of the migrant crisis were “well educated”.
Challenging the claim, host Ferrari brought up the Cologne attacks, which Bennett dismissed as “entirely debunked… fake news”. When Ferrari countered in some amazement that the situation in Cologne had been so serious the police chief of Cologne had been forced out of his post over it, Bennet refused to back down, insisting “it’s fake news… there was no final account that anything significant had happened”.
Police in northern Germany have been forced to apologise after a draft email suggesting migrants should be kept away from carnival celebrations was leaked to migrant organisations, prompting accusations of racism.
Over the last few years, it has become common for the managers of residential homes for asylum seekers to take the migrants to carnivals to help familiarise them with German culture.
But an email by North Rhine-Westphalia state police, addressed to the shelters’ managers, suggested that the practice be put on hold for the safety of the migrants themselves.
German police said they screened hundreds of North Africans on New Year’s Eve at the main railway station in the western city of Cologne, where hundreds of women were sexually assaulted and robbed during celebrations a year ago.
Last year’s attacks in Cologne, where police said the suspects were mainly of North African and Arab appearance, fuelled criticism of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to allow over a million asylum seekers into Germany in 2015 and 2016.
As Germany’s fourth city prepares to field a massive police deployment over the New Year’s weekend following the migrant rape crisis of 2015, it is revealed many of those hired to assist the police were newly arrived migrants themselves.
While just 80 on-duty police were struggling to deal with hundreds of violent migrants terrorising party-goers in central Cologne, they found themselves being backed up by untrained migrants hired as security officers. A new report states those migrant helpers had been directly recruited from immigration camps and their only qualifications were owning warm clothes and having a “mediocre” command of the German language.
…. whereas German policewomen in Cologene do not need magazines to guard public areas ….
SNIPERS and armed police are patrolling public spaces in Spain amid increased fears of a Berlin-style terrorist attack.
Both the Cuervo Nacional de Policia – the national police – and the Civil Guard have launched a high profile, visible presence on the streets of the country, armed with sniper and assault rifles.They will also operate increased surveillance work in order to prevent a repeat of ISIS inspired attacks witnessed in Nice and Berlin.
After 12 months of migrant attacks which saw mass sex assaults in western city Cologne and the rape-murder of teenager Maria Ladenburger, Bavaria’s finance minister has warned the nation faces a homeland security crisis and is losing control of its streets.
Speaking as Germany approaches the anniversary of the migrant sex attacks which saw over 1,000 victims, hundreds of sex attack victims, and dozens of rapes, the foreign minister of Germany’s conservatively minded Bavarian region has called for the government to act with resolve to solve the immigrant problem.
The mass sex attacks on New Year’s Eve 2015 in the centre of Cologne shocked Germany and the world. A year on and after more than 1,000 criminal charges, there have been few arrests and convictions.
The mass attacks topped over a thousand criminal complaints from young men and women who had been robbed, sexually assaulted, and even raped in the square of the Cologne cathedral and central train station.
The news took several days to make headlines and Breitbart London was the first English-language news outlet to report on the massive scale of the assaults, the accusations of cover-ups by the government, and the total inaction on behalf of the Cologne police.
As of December, the statistics show that 1,222 criminal charges have been investigated by the authorities, 513 of which were directly related to sexual assault.
A total of 1,310 individuals claim to have been victims of crime. Among them, 662 say they were sexually attacked and 28 claim they were raped. The discrepancy in numbers with the police investigations is believed to relate to the number of claims the police were willing, for whatever reason, to investigate.
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A new book dealing with the migrant rape crisis in Cologne on New Year’s Eve reveals police were ignoring emergency calls from the public following attacks for hours longer than previously thought.
Released in time for the first anniversary of the shocking migrant crime rampage in Cologne which was initially ignored by German national media but echoed around the world after being reported by Breitbart London, the new book claims police were made aware of migrant sex attacks early in the evening.
Titled ‘The Night That Changed Germany’, the book describes how young women attacked on New Year’s Eve approached police officers in Central cologne but were told to telephone the police to make a complaint because those on duty were too busy to respond. As Cologne regional paper the Express reports, the book describes how one of those young women — just 17 at the time of the attack — found no police willing or able to help her despite following that advice and calling the emergency line.
Events in Cologne on New Year’s Eve gained international attention as mobs of migrants robbed insiscriminately and launched group sex attacks on a scale previously unseen in Europe, but they failed to make any impact on police statistics.
Of the 500 attacks which were filed in detail with the police, only 17 appear in the Police Crime Statistics (PKS) — the best known and most often cited police statistics — and those that do appear are recorded for the months of April and June.