“We are in a serious situation and there is a high risk that there could be an attack. But the security agencies, the intelligence services and the police authorities are very alert and our goal is to minimize the risk as best we can.”
That’s from Hans-Georg Maassen head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency and it certainly doesn’t inspire much in the way of confidence.
In an interview with ZDF television, Maassen said the BfV has “repeatedly seen that terrorists … have slipped into [Germany] camouflaged or disguised as refugees.”
And that’s not mere speculation. “This is a fact that the security agencies are facing,” he added. Continue reading »
04/02/2016 – LUDWIGHAFEN, Germany – Police enquiries after girl approached
Police are seeking a Turkish speaker described as having “short curly dark hair” and a “brown complexion” after he approached a 13 year old girl at a railway station and asked her to follow him, which prompted her to run away. He followed her into a shopping centre, repeating his demand, and then gave up following her, according to the police report.
04/02/2016 – STUTTGART, Germany – Police called to camp brawl
A major police operation was but into place when migrants at a government cap started to brawl on Monday. When officers arrived, they discovered there had been an internal dispute among the predominantly Iraqi inhabitants of the camp had violently disagreed over how to “deal” with a group of Syrian “newcomers” to the camp.
Police are seeking a “North African appearance” man speaking “broken German” after he grabbed a woman in the early hours of Sunday. The 26 year old was touched on the “breasts, buttocks, and private parts”, and he later opened his trousers and “fumbled his member” in front of her, according to the police report.
A Syrian postgraduate student has been arrested after he expressed his support for Islamic State in an hour long YouTube video. The video was uploaded in January in Arabic with English subtitles, but was only brought to the attention of the German authorities when fellow students recognised the man from a shortened version made by the Middle East Media Research Institute.
Tobias Huch, a politician with the Free Democratic Party of Germany told n-tv: “This case not only shows that ISIS is already among us, but also that it’s Salafist supporters will continue to be active in our inner cities for as long as their ideology remains unopposed. The public authorities must act quickly and consistently deport ISIS supporters.”
A 23-year-old man of Afghan origin has been sentenced to three years in prison after assaulting a 27-year-old Ugandan man and threatening him with a knife in a hotel used as an asylum centre in Bavaria.
According toBR24, the men were involved in a fight when the Ugandan migrant fled the scene and locked his door. The Afghan man pursued him, however, and broke his door down while wielding a knife. Another resident at the centre had to help subdue him before taking the knife.
The defendant was cleared of attempted murder, although the state prosecutor may appeal the decision.
Police are seeking an unidentified man who shouted a blank-firing pistol in the air and fired it at least four times while shouting “Allahu Akhbar” at the weekend before driving off. Shell casings have been recovered, but there has been no developments in tracking the man or his car.
A Professor has interrupted German Chancellor Angela Merkel during the opening ceremony of a new Fraunhofer Institute for Microsystems and now fears for his teaching position. He said he is scared about the future of his 2, 4 and 9 year old children and that Merkel is conducting an experiment whose outcome nobody can predict. He urged her to be responsible and reasonable as she is a physicist herself.
Merkel shrugged him off and said she is already doing the best she can for the future of Germany. This may be because she has no personal investment in the future, no children, no relatives and has recently been spotted in South America hunting for real estate where she can spend her retirement.
As Europe struggles to cope with a migrant crisis that’s already the worst refugee catastrophe since World War II and which threatens to spiral even further out of control once the weather turns in the spring, officials have offered a variety of possible “solutions” to the various refugee-related “problems” that have cropped up. Continue reading »
“On Tuesday we got the latest evidence that officials across the globe are preparing to institute a cashless “utopia” when Handelsblatt reported (in a piece called “The Death of Cash”) that the Social Democrats – the junior partner in Angela Merkel’s coalition government – have proposed a €5,000 limit on cash transactions and the elimination of the €500 note. Berlin is using a familiar scapegoat to justify the plan: the need to fight “terrorists” and “foreign criminals.””
It was just two days ago that Bloomberg implored officials to “bring on a cashless future” in an Op-Ed that calls notes and coins “dirty, dangerous, unwieldy, and expensive.”
You probably never thought of your cash that way, but increasingly, authorities and the powers that be seem determined to lay the groundwork for the abolition of what Bloomberg calls “antiquated” physical money. Continue reading »
A brawl happened on Monday evening in which young men of various national backgrounds went at each other with iron bars, stones, fists and even a broom. The altercation started after a dispute in the dining room according to security sources.
60 police rushed to the scene and ended the fight. A 15 year old was charged for throwing stones and breaching the peace. No one was seriously injured reportsTagesspiegel.
Shocking footage claims to show a group of migrant men ‘attacking two pensioners who stood up for a woman they were harassing on the Munich subway’
Video is said to have been recorded in the middle of the day on busy Metro
Filmed moments after German woman spurned asylum seeker’s advances
Claims to catch the moment ‘Arab’ men grapple with elderly commuters
One bald man can be seen held by the arms while another grabbed by neck
Shocking footage has surfaced online appearing to show a group of young migrants attacking two German pensioners after they stood up for a young women the men were harassing on a subway train.
Recorded on a mobile phone, the disgraceful video shows the men – of Eastern European or Arabic origin – holding one man by the arms as they verbally abuse him.
The second victim is seen grappling with one of the migrants, before he is held up by the neck and threatened.
Munich man Tom Roth uploaded the disgraceful video to his Facebook page. He caught the footage while travelling from Sendlinger Tor station to the Metro’s city centre terminal.
He said the fight broke out after one of the asylum seekers was rejected by a woman who he had placed his hand upon on the train.
In response, the man smashed his hand against the carriage’s glass window – an aggressive act of defiance the train’s other passengers requested he desist.
However, when they did, one elderly German man was patted mockingly on the head by one of the migrant group.
That act of disrespect sparked an angry exchange.
Germany is preparing to allocate tens of billions of euro for migrants’ accommodation, integration and language lessons in 2016-2017. This year, Germany could let in some 1.5 million refugees, compared to 1.1 million in 2015.
A new forecast prepared by the Cologne Institute for Economic Research estimates the incoming asylum seekers will cost the federal budget about €50 billion (US$54.3 billion) in 2016-2017. Continue reading »
Joseph Koroma does not understand to this day why he was deported to Nigeria – a country in which he had never before set foot. When he fled to Germany in 2006, he applied for asylum and told his escape story: He had been persecuted in Sierra Leone, by supporters of the Poro secret society that controls whole regions in West Africa. They killed his father and threatened also to murder, unless he would join the Confederation him. Continue reading »
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says that most of the refugees entering Germany from Syria and Iraq are expected to return home once conflicts in their countries have ended. The statement comes as Merkel facing mounting pressure over her open-door policy.“We need… to say to people that this is a temporary residential status and we expect that, once there is peace in Syria again, once IS has been defeated in Iraq, that you go back to your home country with the knowledge that you have gained,” Merkel told a regional meeting of her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania on Saturday, Reuters reports. Continue reading »
Großeinsatz in Bümmerstede erfolgte zeitgleich mit Aktionen in Rastede und Bremen
Zur Mittagszeit erfolgte der Zugriff: Dem Landeskriminalamt (LKA) Niedersachsen ist möglicherweise parallel in Oldenburg, Rastede und Bremen ein Schlag gegen den internationalen Waffenhandel gelungen.
Handel im „großen Stil“
Während in Rastede und Bremen polizeiliche Spezialkräfte der BFE (Beweissicherungs- und Festnahmeeinheit) Privatgebäude durchsuchten, konnte das Sondereinsatzkommando (SEK) zeitgleich in Oldenburg wohl eine Waffenübergabe vereiteln und zwei Tatverdächtige festnehmen, wie zu hören ist. Sie sollen aus dem Krisengebiet im Nahen Osten stammen.
Large-scale operation in Bümmerstede coincided with actions in Rastede and Bremen
Two suspects were apparently men arrested during the action. The prosecution wants to agree on Friday.
Oldenburg – Took place at lunchtime access: The State Criminal Police Office (LKA) of Lower Saxony may be parallel in Oldenburg, Rastede and Bremen managed a blow to the international arms trade.
Trade in “grand style”
While police in Rastede and Bremen Special Forces of BFE searched (arrest unit) private buildings, the Special Operations Command (was SEK) at the same time probably frustrate in Oldenburg a weapons handover and two suspects arrested, as can be heard. They should come from the war zone in the Middle East.Continue reading »
A famous German social worker has broken his silence on sexual abuse and theft committed by migrants in Germany, going so far as to say thatwhat happened in Cologne on New Year’s Eve is happening in German towns every day.
Ercan Yasaroglu (54), a social worker who also runs Café Kotti – a hub of “freedom, tolerance, and equality” in Berlin – has said that gangs of North African men are trafficking drugs and engaging in violent, sexual behaviour against the women of his city.
Mr. Yasaroglu is perhaps the last person you might expect to speak out on the issue. An avowed left-wing campaigner and a refugee himself in the 1980s, he once described his Cafe as “like a living room… A meeting place for people from all around the world to interact, discuss and feel comfortable.” Continue reading »
Major Rudolf Moser bezeichnet die österreichische Bundesregierung als die „dümmste Schlepperbande“ und erklärt in diesem Interview, aufgenommen Anfang November in Spielfeld, warum Österreich kein souveräner Staat mehr ist.
Rudolf Moser war rund 20 Jahre Kompaniekommandant der 2. Jagdkampfkompanie des Jagdkampfbataillons 522 und anschließend bis 1995 Baonskdtstv. des Jagdkampfbataillons 522. Mit Wirkung vom 4.12.2015 Versetzung in den militärischen Ruhestand – Major a.D.
Die 2. Jagdkapfkompanie hatte eine Einsatzzone von Spielfeld bis Mureck und nördlich bis Jagaberg mit dem Auftrag in der ersten Phase den Schutz der Österreichischen Staatsgrenze gegen unbefugt Eindringende auf Österreichisches Staatsgebiet sicherzustellen.
One of Germany’s most senior statesmen has ended years of political silence to warn the German chancellor that she must get a grip on the immigration crisis—and do it soon.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has until the end of March to change her mind about the nation’s approach to refugees or her position as chancellor could be under threat, according to one of Germany’s senior statesmen. “Angela Merkel must now change her position; otherwise there will be disastrous consequences for Germany and Europe,” he said. Continue reading »
Cologne-style sex attacks and thefts happened on New Year’s Eve in 12 other German states, according to a leaked federal police report cited by media. German investigators said the assaults represented a “new form of criminality.”
Local broadcasters WDR and NDR, and the newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, reported that the attacks were much more widespread than earlier thought, citing a confidential document prepared for the Interior Ministry by the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA).
The suspects were men aged 17-30 who were of Moroccan, Algerian or Tunisian origin, and the victims were nearly always female, the document stated. Continue reading »
Christian refugees from Syria claim they saw a former Islamic State member living in Frankfurt, and that this is not an isolated case. Police investigated but refused to file charges because the alleged terrorist has done nothing criminal in Germany.
On his last visit to the Saarland region of Germany, on the border with France, RT’s Peter Oliver met with a group of Assyrian Christians who had been held hostage by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).
They recalled that while being held in IS captivity, the only thing they prayed for was to be shot instead of being beheaded.
The same community, now living in the city of Saarlouis, say the horrors of that experience have followed them all the way to Germany, after they found out that a man they say had ties to Islamic State is living among them. Continue reading »