Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Germany Shocked about Muslim Sex Gang Attacks but does absolutly nothing about it!

Women gather in Cologne in protest.

Women in the German city of Cologne say they're now living in fear after gangs of men carried out sex attacks on New Year's Eve. 
More than 100 victims say they were targeted by groups of up to 30 men at once, outside the city's main station.
It's believed around 1,000 young men were involved. Two women say they were raped.

Fact is that now both Women of any nationality or age and Jews are fearing the same people.
How many parts of society does it take to live in fear before Merkel wakes up?

All we can say as a fact is that now the woman safety has entered the disgusting so called, "politically correct" status where no muslim profiling is not  allowed and its wrong to assume that people from Morocco, Algeria Libya. Iraq and Pakistan are generally Muslims.
In Germany its also prohibited to even mention a ongoing Christian genocide in the Middle East.
So here we are with the so much awaited outcome  of this sort pf policy.

We have now experienced only the beginning of whats going to be the norm a security expert on Islamism and intelligence told us at SDR.

One young woman Jenny told media a firecracker was put inside her jacket pocket and it "burned everything".   Jenny said: "The scars will stay. I was lucky that it didn't explode.  
"My mobile phone was gone afterwards."

One woman described how a firecracker put in her hood has left her scarred for life

On Tuesday night hundreds of women took to the streets to protest and police are being criticised for their handling of the attacks.

The men allegedly involved in the attacks were said to be of Arab or North African appearance, according to police and witnesses. Many were "drunk and aggressive".

Crowds gather around Cologne station on 31 December
Crowds gather around Cologne station on 31 December

Police intervened and made arrests on the night

Police make an arrest on New Year's Eve but there has been widespread criticism of the slow response by city authorities

Twenty-year-old Selina Hemp, who lives in Cologne, tweeted about how she felt passing through the station in the days since. She told media: "I'm a little bit scared when I'm going through Cologne and I'm looking around all the time. "It's an awful feeling to know that it could happen to myself too.  The atmosphere is really heavy.  "There are more police at the central station and on the streets around."

Protesters are demanding action from the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. 

One placard read: "Mrs Merkel! 
Where are you?
 What do you say? 
This alarms us!"

Women holding placards insisting the German Chancellor to take action.

Some protested in other parts of Germany too.

The chancellor has since voiced outrage over the attacks saying everything must be done "to find the perpetrators as quickly and comprehensively as possible and punish them, regardless of their origin or background". Insinuating that when it comes to the so called politically correct she is not going to follow up on what the people have said about the attackers being Arab Migrants mainly from North Africa .  

It has come the tome for Merkel to pack her bags and leave before the German people will get more mad as they have shown more than enough tolerance towards her idiocracy already.

One woman told the media: "Where did 1,000 people suddenly come from? Where did they come from all of a sudden, in such a large amount?"
Political leaders have said that no link should be made between the violence and the increase of more than one million refugees and migrants in the past year.

Police were there but failed to stop attacks

Witnesses said police officers in Cologne appeared to be surprised and overwhelmed by the attacks.
Rainer Wendt, head of the German Police Union, said there were simply not enough officers deployed on the night.
But Cologne police chief Wolfgang Albers has insisted they were well prepared, with 70 federal officers in the station, and about 140 Cologne police officers around the cathedral area and city centre.
Whatever the staffing numbers, however, it is clear officers on duty failed to stop the attacks.  Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere accused police of waiting for complaints rather than taking preventative action.
Meanwhile Mr Albers was forced to say the initial police assessment - describing a "relaxed atmosphere" in the city on New Year's Eve - was wrong.
And, almost a week after the incident, no arrests are thought to have been made despite reports of hundreds of men being involved. Irmgard Kopetzky from Cologne rape crisis centre told the media that more action was needed to provide more security for women.
"It is still being clarified how something like this could happen when the police already had so many personnel there," she said.
"Going forward it is vital that the police get more staff - something that has long been a requirement - and that attackers are prosecuted and punished."

Is there a taboo about the perpetrators?

Soon after reports emerged that the men involved were of Arab or North African appearance, anti-immigration campaigners seized on the incident as an example of Germany's failed asylum policy.
Some suggested Germany's media had been hesitant to report on the attacks for fear of stirring far-right sentiment, after the arrival of more than a million migrants and refugees in the past year. This media silence has also directly helped to let this situation grow so much out of proportions!
Real life estranged Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere stressed there should not be any general suspicion towards refugees. SDR wonders if the minister has lost his mind?  An old Russian saying should be told to him; If to barks like a dog wiggles the tail like a dog and bites like a dog. The we must assume it is dog!
"But if North Africans were the perpetrators, for which there is some indication, there should not be a taboo and people should not gloss over it."Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker said "people from other cultures" needed to be given "a better explanation" about appropriate behaviour during street celebrations.
However, experts stress that sexual violence is an issue for people of all ethnic origins. 
Figures show the majority of people carrying out sex attacks in Germany do not come from an immigrant background. In two-thirds of cases, the perpetrator is known to the victim, Ms Kopetzky says..

Attitudes need to change

Following the Cologne attacks, Mayor Reker has been criticised for urging young women and girls to adopt a code of conduct that meant keeping an "arm's length" distance from strangers.
Social media mocked the comments online using the hashtag #einearmlaenge, while Justice Minister Heiko Maas wrote on Twitter: "It is not women who bear responsibility, but the perpetrators."
As well as the incident in Cologne, women were targeted in Hamburg and Stuttgart.
Ms Kopetzky from Cologne rape crisis centre said there was a clear need for a change in attitude and more public awareness of sexual harassment and assault across the country.
"Women's groups like ours have been doing what we can for many years, but many people only recognise the subject when they are affected personally," she said.
Meanwhile Barbara Steffens, equality minister in North Rhine-Westphalia, told the Media there needed to be greater recognition of the issues women faced on a daily basis, and more "social condemnation of male abuse of power".
"It is still the case that women who have been raped are often not believed, abuses are trivialised, lewd jokes and sexist comments are tolerated, and women are reduced to their bodies.   Ending the interview with the idiotic sentence: "We need to work on that, to create a tangible culture of respect."
SDR thinks this is utterly incorrect and disrespectful towards the victims to give such a clip service we all know wont lead to anything this century!
Should we really work on it?  How about being honest for at least once and say: They the Muslim migrants should work on it.
To do nothing at this point is unacceptable Mrs Merkel!  And to give the usual lip service wont make the future any safer, or make the threats goo away ...