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  • Tahrir Square, Germany: 60 women sexually assaulted by 1000 strong immigrant mob

    http://www.thelocal.de/20160104/refu...ult-in-cologne

    Around 60 complaints have been made to the police in Cologne after a group of around 1,000 men attacked revellers in the city centre in a brutal and “completely unheard of” way, Wolfgang Albers, Chief of Police in the Rhineland city said at a press conference on Monday afternoon.
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    “There was a very large number of sexual assaults there - and in a massive way. Women were grabbed and attacked,” said Albers, adding that in one case the alleged crime fitted the legal definition of rape.
    “The crimes were committed by a group of people who from appearance were largely from the north African or Arab world,” the police chief added.
    Addendum: For now, all identified suspects are asylum seekers from Algeria and Morocco. What a way of showing gratitude. (That's another massive problem in the ongoing crisis by the way: two-thirds of the asylum seekers who roam Europe largely unchecked aren't refugees from war.)

    Wir schaffen das. Well, Merkel can honestly tell us that it ain't a problem.
    For none will rape her…
    …maybe. Last week, in a village near the Austrian-German border, a 74 year old woman was raped by an Afghan teenager.

    I can't eat as much as I should want to throw up. What is more, it took the mainstream media "only" 4 days to pick up the subject at last. And even now they, the police and politicians are mostly busy trying to tell us not to "place all asylum seekers under a general suspicion", instead of tending to those who they swore (and failed) to protect. I'm not quick to judge and yell 'conspiracy', but that is suspicious — I daresay they tried to cover it up indeed.
    Soon we gonna have our own Rotherham, just you see. Damn Merkel; damn the Libtards who have made these outrageous outbursts of barbarism possible in our lands; damn us for not doing anything about it.

  • #2
    What a way to show gratitude you say? Why should they? It is, apparently, normal for them to have been allowed to go in Germany.
    They don't have to show gratitude at all, it was their humane right.

    Or, at least, this is what the PC brigade keeps telling us.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by muck View Post
      damn us for not doing anything about it.
      No, more like you're damning your youth and those yet to be born, it is they who will pay for your folly and weakness.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by LAworkerbee View Post

        No, more like you're damning your youth and those yet to be born, it is they who will pay for your folly and weakness.
        And, unfortunately, we're doing the same thing to ourselves on this side of the pond too. It seems that the whole western world is hell bent on self destruction anymore.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by JimHPTN View Post

          And, unfortunately, we're doing the same thing to ourselves on this side of the pond too. It seems that the whole western world is hell bent on self destruction anymore.
          'Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytising faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity were sheltered in the strong arms of science – the science against which it had vainly struggled – the civilization of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome."

          Winston Churchill, 1899.

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          • #6
            If they commit a crime while seeking asylum, then they should be immediately deported after their sentence is up. Simple as that.
            You come to a new country, you abide by their laws.

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            • #7
              Death to rapists.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by CourageAboveAllValues View Post
                If they commit a crime while seeking asylum, then they should be immediately deported after their sentence is up. Simple as that.
                You come to a new country, you abide by their laws.
                How horrible! Sending them back to a war/poverty torn country? How can you be so inhumane?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ivan le Fou View Post

                  How horrible! Sending them back to a war/poverty torn country? How can you be so inhumane?
                  Or deport them to a country that will take them. If you go to a country, you abide by the laws of that country..no if's or buts.

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                  • #10
                    In old mp.net i was for years repeatingly saying things will get worse until outrage from common people will lead to ......"pogroms"... eventually.

                    But even I did not expected a muslim raiding party in the heart of Germany.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by CourageAboveAllValues View Post
                      If they commit a crime while seeking asylum, then they should be immediately deported after their sentence is up. Simple as that.
                      You come to a new country, you abide by their laws.
                      First you need to catch them. According to the article they only caught 5 that were "possibly" involved in NYE incident.

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                      • #12
                        And every one of them will have dozen of pals vouching that he was nowhere near when the attacks happened.

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                        • #13
                          It seems that same, shameful events occurred in Hamburg and Stuggart aswell.

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                          • #14
                            trying to tell us not to "place all asylum seekers under a general suspicion"
                            Because it needs to be said when the attackers are part of a minority group. What happened was intolerable, but so is what happens when minorities are demonized by politicians. It should be a given that they come out and ensure the safety of innocent minorities when someone from their group commits a well publicised violent crime.

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                            • #15
                              Reporting that kind of incident is racist anyway.

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