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Immigrant and Refugee Rape Crisis in Europe

Europe: Don’t let your feminists grow up to be politicians


By —— Bio and Archives--January 10, 2016

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The feminist activist cry of ‘Take Back the Night’, raised in protests in North American cities has been walked all the way backwards to ‘Do Not Go Out Alone at NIght’ as migrant rape fears fan out across Europe.

“Migrant rape fears spread across Europe: Women told not to go out at night alone after assaults carried out in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland amid warnings gangs are co-ordinating attacks.” (DailyMail, Jan. 8, 2016)

“Following criticism of the police’s handling of the violent clashes in Cologne, the police chief of Cologne has been relieved of his duties today.

“Police chief Wolfgang Albers, 60, was informed by the state interior minister Ralf Jaeger that he would be given early retirement, a source told Reuters.”

It’s not likely that Albers had anything to do with the epic influx of migrants into Germany where Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes them with open arms, and has launched a passionate defence of her dangerous migrant open door policy.

Facing plunging poll numbers and rising violence that police identify as “co-ordinated” and mostly coming from “organised Arab or North African gangs”, the German Chancellor now promises to reduce the numbers of migrants coming into Germany, and has the gall to lecture the masses that if migrants were not cut back in numbers the country would eventually be ‘overwhelmed’.

Talk about politicians stating the obvious!

From the ‘True Life is Stranger than Fiction Department:

Mayor Henriette Reker, known for her pro-immigration stance for being the victim of an assault in 2015—elected one day after the attack—as the first female mayor in Cologne’s history after gaining 52.66% of the votes,  offered this advice to German women under danger of being raped and sexually harassed:

...So, when a reporter recently asked the mayor how women could protect themselves in the future, Henriette Reker proposed a kind of code of conduct for women “so that such things do not happen to them.” (The Atlantic, Jan7, 2016)

“There’s always the possibility of keeping a certain distance of more than an arm’s length—that is to say to make sure yourself you don’t look to be too close to people who are not known to you, and to whom you don’t have a trusting relationship,” she said Tuesday.

“Reker’s suggestion that women could avoid being sexually harassed (or raped, as two women reported they were on New Year’s Eve) by keeping potential assailants at “arm’s length” drew immediate backlash. On Twitter, the outrage—much of it alternating between shock and sarcasm—amassed under #einarmlaenge, or “an arm’s length” in German.”

This code of conduct should be immediately forced on politicians like Merkel and Reker: Quit with the phony rhetoric and put real action into the protection of the citizens you were elected to protect.

Nor are Germany’s weak and wobbly women leaders the only examples of zero leadership in migrant beleaguered Europe, where it is now the fault of the citizens that they are being attacked.

“Norway is offering asylum seekers courses in how to interpret morals in a country that may seem astonishingly liberal to them. (DailyMail, Jan. 8, 2016)

“It is hoped the course will help prevent violence against women. 

“Questions are also being raised about how to integrate men from patriarchal societies into Europe, where women dress skimpily, drink alcohol and party.”

How about not integrating men from “patriarchal societies” into Europe—where women dress skimpily, drink alcohol and party—in the first place?

These weak and ultra politically correct leaders seem to rate women dressing skimpily, drinking alcohol and partying in the same category as sexual harassment and rape by those men from “patriarchal societies”.

‘Our aim is to help asylum seekers avoid mistakes as they discover Norwegian culture,’ explained Linda Hagen of Hero, a private company that runs 40 percent of Norway’s reception centres for asylum seekers. (DailyMail)

‘There’s no single cultural code to say what is good or bad behaviour because we want a free society,’ she said.

‘There has to be tolerance for attitudes that may be seen as immoral by some traditional or religious norms.’ 

‘The proper reaction is for us all to work together to fight problems like this,’ Ms Frauenberger said.

“The country’s Interior Ministry Johanna Mikl-Leitner also waded into the debate saying: ‘The police will make sure that they tackle every sex assault case with zero tolerance. We women will not allow ourselves to see our freedom to go where we want when we want reduced by even a millimeter’.”

Your freedom, or what was left of it, has already flown out the window, Ms. Mikl-Leitner,  and talking about not wanting it reduced “by even a millimeter’ won’t bring it back.

Meanwhile, the barriers of human decency seem to have been knocked down in EU-controlled Europe, where leaders have allowed politically correct mores to let a genie out of the bottle that can never be forced back without the sudden return of moral courage.



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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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