Google translation (original article in German down below.):
This number does not appear in any periodical article, it has not been published anywhere yet it is correct. This is even an “official” number of the BKA. The problem is that the state police department has tried everything to hide this monstrous figure from the public. The author Stefan Schubert provides with this article explosive background information on his bookbills.
In search of my current book ” No-Go-Areas – How the State Capitulated Before Foreigner Crime “, I’ve scoured countless statistics and police papers, secretly talked to policemen and secrets, and I’ve seen public-like papers and probably the most recent one Lie of the elites pushed. According to this, “allegedly” refugees commit fewer offenses “, as, for example, the Süddeutsche Zeitung headlines in large letters. The ARD-Tagesschau sounds like this. And despite this, despite the fact that the facts are the opposite. Continue reading »
Udo Ulfkotte was a former editor of one of Germany’s main daily publications, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
Until his death he worked for the Kopp Verlag.
Kopp Verlag had been in some greater financial trouble and has been “saved” by the Bertelsmann Verlag and Bertelsmann Verlag is owned by ‘those’ who you are not allowed to criticize.
Article in German:
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The German government has taken in tens of thousands of migrants from North Africa over the course of the migrant crisis and of the 8,363 who have been rejected for asylum only 368 were actually deported in 2016.
The German government has released deportation figures for the first 11 months of 2016 and the number of North Africans that have been deported are a fraction of those who have come into the country in the last year. The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), the agency in charge of processing of asylum claims, has rejected many North Africans, yet they still remain in the country, Die Welt reports. Continue reading »
The enhancement of security measures in Germany on New Year’s Eve didn’t prove sufficient as 23 complaints about sexual assaults have already been filed by women in the police office in Berlin.Late December, representatives of the German police stated that increased security measures were taken on New Year’s Eve in Berlin and other German cities to ensure people’s safety. About 1,700 police officers should have ensured security during the New Year celebrations in the German capital.
However, it didn’t help much in terms of preventing cases of sexual assaults committed by migrants against women. According to recent information, the suspects have been identified as migrants, Der Tagesspiegel reported on Tuesday. Continue reading »
The German government has identified 62 dangerous Islamists that it wants to deport to their native countries but is having issues because many of them lack proper identification.
Germany has been having great difficulty deporting failed asylum seekers who come mainly from the North and West African regions despite many of them being convicted criminals. New revelations suggest that the deportation problem has extended even to known Islamists that the government sees as a threat.
German Police Union chief Rainer Wendt has warned of the possibility of “police free areas” in which police and other authorities will be unable to enforce the law.
Mr. Wendt has warned German politicians to get the criminal element in the country under control or risk “police-free zones in Germany”. He said that “2017 must be a year of prosecution”, demanding police be allowed to properly enforce the law and hard measures be taken against those “who do not adhere to the laws”, Die Welt reports.
The Police Union head said no-go areas could end up being ruled under criminal laws, rather than the German rule of law, and said this year “must be a year of law enforcement. And indeed there must be consistent law enforcement for those who believe they do not have to stick to the laws in Germany.”
In order to combat criminal elements, Wendt said the government must make more use of technology to boost police presence and capability. He recommended more CCTV cameras in public areas which could work with pattern and facial recognition software to register potential crimes thus allowing police to stop crimes before they happen or better help them identify suspects.
REJECTED asylum seekers in Germany’s capital Berlin may be allowed to stay if they have been beaten up by neo-Nazis.
Politicians see the bizarre offer of asylum as a way of way of sending a “strong signal” to hate crime perpetrators.
Berlin’s interior minister Andrea Geisel said the city is looking into the legal possibilities of such an exemption after nearby Brandenburg opted for the scheme. Continue reading »
You can’t make this stuff up!
The happy hookers union will be happy with this proposal: Germany Green Party pledges to pay for free sex with prostitutes for anyone who needs ‘sexual assistance’ and can’t afford it.
Sex with prostitutes will be paid for by the Government for anyone too poor for a hooker and deemed to need sexual assistance under German Green Party plans.
The party’s care spokeswoman Elisabeth Scharfenberg says doctors should have the right to issue the free prescriptions to their patients for ladies of the night. Continue reading »
Europe engulfed in blizzards and record breaking snows down to the beaches of southern Italy and Greece. Coldest Orthodox Christian Christmas Eve in 120 years, Bosporus Straight closed due to sea ice and high winds, Istanbul slammed with 2+ feet of snow. Eastern Europe’s roads impassable and the Danube River freezes over. Continue reading »
POLICE are today hunting five men of “African appearance” who lured a nurse into a park with fake cries for help then beat her unconscious and sexually abused her.
Officers in the German city of Hamburg are appealing for witnesses following the brutal attack on the female hospital worker, who was unconscious for so long that she developed hypothermia.
The 28-year-old was walking to her car from work at the nearby Asklepios hospital when she apparently heard cries for help coming from a nearby park.
But when she rushed into the dark space to offer assistance she was set upon by five men and was beaten unconscious and mugged. Continue reading »
A GERMAN father is being hailed as a hero by police after rescuing his daughter from a refugee rapist and then turning the suspect in.
The 57-year-old man raced to the crime scene in the town of Kleve after his daughter telephoned him to say; “There’s a man following me home dad…..”When he got there the man had punched his daughter almost unconscious, was on top of her and tearing at her clothes after dragging her from the side of the road into undergrowth. The 57-year-old raced to save his daughter after she called him to say she was being followed. Her dad, who arrived at the scene on a push-scooter, leaped off screaming, hauled the drunken attacker off his daughter and punched him several times. Continue reading »
Merkel and Gabriel are both elite puppets and notorious liars.
Calling for a ban on Islamist mosques could have nothing to do with the upcoming federal election in 2017?
I believe that Merkel will NOT be reelected and that the next elite puppet, coming from the SPD, has already been selected by TPTB.
GERMANY’S Vice Chancellor has called for a ban on Islamist mosques in the country.
Sigmar Gabriel, an outspoken critic of Angela Merkel, says the move will help prevent further ISIS terror attacks.He believes a “zero-tolerance” stance against radical Islam is needed to stop communities becoming “degenerate”. Continue reading »
Problem, reaction, solution …
“The use of ankle tags should not be only available for convicted criminals after release from prison, but for those identified as a general threat as well, …”
Suspected Islamic extremists could be forced to wear electronic tags without trial in Germany, under radical new proposals put forward by the country’s justice minister.
Heiko Maas said he wanted to extend the use of electronic ankle tags to those deemed a potential terror threat even if they have not been convicted of any crime. Continue reading »
George Soros, the Hungarian-born billionaire who has meddled in politics across Europe and North America for decades, is angry. The world he campaigned for is falling apart, and now he’s busy looking for leaders to indict.
According to Soros, liberal democracy is failing all across the western world. Apparently, this is because what he calls the “open society” is in crisis. Now, he may very well be right about this, but pinning it on Angela Merkel seems somewhat bizarre. Especially when she is painted as being inadvertently in league with Vladimir Putin. But, nevertheless, it’s the German chancellor he regards as most culpable for why voters have become disenchanted with modern democracy. Continue reading »
There was a time when even the merest hint of a breakup of the Eurozone was considered a taboo topic in Europe. Who can forget Mario Draghi’s response to a question from Zero Hedge readers who wondered if there is a “plan in place if a nation is forced to step out of the Eurozone” to which Draghi’s response was that “if the Euro breaks down, and if a country leaves the Euro, it’s not like a sliding door. It’s a very important thing. It’s a project in the European Union. That’s why you have a very hard time asking people like me “what would happened if.” No Plan B.”
In short: to demonstrate just how “cohesive” Europe was, even the mere possibility of a break-up was unthinkable, i.e., “no plan B“. Continue reading »
A REFUGEE who raped a grandmother in a park has claimed she wanted to have sex with him.
The 24-year-old offender – identified only as Ayoub L. – raped the woman in the German region of Saxony.
But he told a court the victim, 62, “wanted sex” because she “put her hand on my thigh”.
Speaking about the horrific attack, the pensioner said Ayoub L. grabbed her by the neck and dragged her into a bush.
She added: “Then he tore my pants down and pressed me with his weight to the ground. Continue reading »
Despite the closure of the Balkan route that saw the majority of the migrant traffic in 2015, German authorities say thousands of migrants were still able to use the route to reach Germany.
In a new report, Germany’s federal police, the Bundespolizei, say the Balkan route, which stretches from Greece through to Germany by land, is not closed and claim at least 6,850 migrants arrived via the route in 2016, Die Welt reports. Continue reading »
A special commission in the northern German city of Braunschweig will investigate over 300 cases of fraud committed by asylum applicants, who gamed the welfare system by using multiple IDs to claim benefits – and that may just be the tip of the iceberg.
The estimated total loss of taxpayer money in the state of Lower Saxony alone has been put at three to five million euros ($3.2-5.3 million), Regional German broadcaster NDR reported. Continue reading »
A 21-year-old Egyptian man has been arrested following accusations that he sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl in an asylum home despite the fact that he was rejected for asylum since 2011 and authorities have been trying to deport him for five years.
The sex attack occurred in an asylum shelter in Hamburg-Winterhude on the 22nd of December but details are only now being released. Authorities say that the 14-year-old girl was in the custody of the state and was a guest at the shelter when the 21-year-old Egyptian is said to have forced her to perform sex acts on him, Die Welt reports.
The attacker named Loai E, according to police, is said to have confronted the young girl in the toilet where “the suspect demanded the performance of sexual acts, which was rejected by the 14-year-old,” police officer Ulf Wundrack said. He added, “then the 21-year-old dragged her into a room and forced her to perform sexual acts against her will.” Continue reading »
A German federal state is considering forbidding the deportation of all migrants who happen to witness, or are victims of, “right wing” crimes when in Germany.
Brandenburg’s state parliament became the first in Germany to offer migrant victims of crime extra rights last year, after a rise in recorded “right wing” attacks. The new anti-deportation measure is being pushed by the Ministry of the Interior.
“In addition to consistently preventing and prosecuting criminal offences, special protection of the victims and special care are necessary if the victims are people of foreign origin”, proclaimed a decree of the Ministry of the Interior, issued in December 2016. Continue reading »
At New Year’s Eve celebrations in Dortmund a mob of more than 1,000 men chanted ‘Allahu Akhbar’, launched fireworks at police, and set fire to a historic church.
Already by 7 pm a man was hospitalised with first-degree burns to his face and hands after fireworks were hurled at a group of homeless people outside the city’s main train station. More than two dozen people were injured at festivities in Dortmund, some seriously.
Germany received more asylum requests in 2016 than the rest of the European Union (EU) combined. In response to the report, the Bundestag vice-president warned Germany’s migrant crisis was not over.
According to the European Commission’s statistical office Eurostat, of the 988,000 applications for asylum made in the EU in the first nine months of 2016 approximately two-thirds were made in Germany, reports Deutsche Welle.
The exact figure, however, cannot be agreed upon by Commission and German agencies with Eurostat putting the number at 612,000, while the Federal Interior Ministry puts it at 658,000. Continue reading »
While much of Germany was at relative peace on New Year’s Eve the Bavarian city of Augsburg was not, as migrants carried out random acts of violence and sexual assault.
Police in Augsburg say that migrants were responsible for several incidents on New Year’s Eve including a stabbing that left one man injured. Several other incidents involving fireworks used as weapons also led to several victims being injured, and a firework that was shot at a police vehicle caused an accident costing 50,000 euros’ worth of damage, reports Augsburger Allgemeine.
Amongst the reported stabbings, an Iraqi migrant stabbed a Syrian migrant with a pocket knife during an argument. The Syrian was stabbed in the thigh and is not reported to have suffered severe injuries. Another stabbing occurred at the main New Year’s Eve party in the city as one man of German origin attacked a young man in the torso resulting in severe injuries and hospitalisation. Continue reading »