Germany’s Migrant Rape Crisis Protests Hits All 16 Federal States

8th December 2016 / EU
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Germany's Migrant Rape Crisis Protests Hits All 16 Federal States

By Graham Vanbergen – At the heart of Chancellor Merkel’s project to soften her image after heavily contributing to the destruction of Greece and abuse of Greek people was her ‘humanitarian’ response to the wave of refugees coming from the Middle East and Africa. One big problem being replicated over many parts of Europe was the native’s response – a much bigger rejection of immigration than was being reported.

There was also another reason for Merkel’s actions. She knows as many economists and corporate business leaders do that Germany’s population is heading into negative territory. With current manufacturing output the factory workforce will be in huge decline without immigration within a decade. In short, immigration is needed by the economy – not wanted by its citizens.

There are now daily reports coming from Germany where local citizens are turning nasty and even getting violent toward refugees. In one incident a mob of about 50 youths went “hunting” for refugees in the eastern German city of Bautzen where they were throwing stones and chanting.

Then there were 1700 people protesting in the city of Cologne when riot police were called in earlier in the year after allegations that refugees had been raping local women on News Years Eve.

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It got a lot worse when a leaked document clearly demonstrated just how embarrassed the government were with their decision to allow over one million refugees into the country.

Washington Post – July 2016: “But numbers that are now emerging are likely to shock a country still coming to terms with what happened in Cologne more than half a year ago. According to a leaked police document, published by Germany’s Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper and broadcasters NDR and WDR, the previous estimates have to be dramatically revised — upward. Authorities now think that on New Year’s Eve, more than 1,200 women were sexually assaulted in various German cities, including more than 600 in Cologne and about 400 in Hamburg. More than 2,000 men were allegedly involved, and 120 suspects — about half of them foreign nationals who had only recently arrived in Germany — have been identified. Only four have been convicted”.

Tens of thousands rallied Monday in Dresden in support of Pegida, a group that opposes immigration. The poster reads, “Mrs. Merkel here are the people!

Tens of thousands rallied in Dresden in support of Pegida, a group that opposes immigration. The poster reads, “Mrs. Merkel here are the people!

This story has not abated even though the mainstream press have not reported it. Germany’s migrant rape crisis has continued to spread across to cities and towns all the way across the entire country –  in fact all 16 of Germany’s federal states have now witnessed protests. Those in government are feeling the crisis.

“It’s not good for our people, not for our culture, not for our life,” said one protester at a recent rally in Dresden, Germany.

In a 360 degree U-turn, Merkel has reportedly said she would support a nationwide prohibition of the modest Muslim dress, which features a veil over the face, adding: ‘The full-face veil must be banned, wherever it is legally possible.” Merkel stressed her determination to ensure there is no repeat of last year’s huge migrant influx.

In Sweden it is now reported that “77% of rapes are committed by 2% of the Muslim male population – Crime statistics show” described by the Gatestone Institute as a “Summer Inferno of Sexual Assaults”.

Political leaders are beginning to fear the number of refugees as a strong reason for their own demise as ‘Conservative’ or more right-wing parties emerge and get elected or at least have a say in the political narrative.

In may this year, Poland stated it would not be accepting a single refugee “because there is no mechanism that would ensure safety”, the most powerful politician in the country said.

French demonstrators blocked access to the Channel Tunnel and the Calais ferry terminal a few months back, causing severe transport disruption, to protest at the government’s failure to deal with the refugee camp known as the Jungle.

Throughout 2016, there have been reports from all over the European Union of protests about immigration such as Portugal, Belgium, Greece, Hungary, Italy and even Holland. Britain’s exit from the EU was centred almost entirely around immigration and an EU Commission that sought no permission for its actions.

Mrs. Merkel’s decision was one that clearly shows how out of touch she and her administration really are. Opening the doors to refugees and migrants without any debate and worse without any verification has undermined the entire security of Europe.

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On that basis LePen will likely fight to the wire for the top job in France. Once again, we see opinion polls backing her opponent such as this headline in The Independent yesterday “Francois Fillon would crush Marine Le Pen“. But then The Independent thought that Remain would win the EU referendum right up to the last hour with this headline on the 23rd June: “EU referendum: Final polls show Remain with edge over Brexit

 

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