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Shock video sparks police hunt in Munich for migrant men who 'beat up two pensioners who tried to stop them from groping a woman on the subway

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...ubway.html

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2016 Feb 02 19:38
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MAYOR’S RESPONSE TO CHILDREN BEING SEXUALLY HARASSED BY MIGRANTS: “DON’T PROVOKE THEM”

A Mayor in the German town of Bad Schlema prompted fury when he responded to a grandfather’s concern about young girls being sexually harassed by migrants by responding; “don’t provoke them”.





The exchange occurred during a raucous municipal council meeting last week which ended with residents demanding the Mayor step down over his comments.
With public opinion on the 1.1 million migrants Germany has taken in over the last year souring after the mass molestation of women in Cologne, a grandfather stood up at the council meeting to ask Mayor Jens Müller, of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union party, whether measures would be taken to stop the harassment.

“I have a question regarding the school… about Physical education in the school gym”, the man stated . “My Granddaughter, she’s under ten — and it’s also happened in a nearby town, that’s right — the girls have been harassed by the refugee ‘children’, the ‘asylum seekers’.”

“They get harassed from the windows [of the shelter] and things like that. How will this be in the summer? When the School girls wear less clothing?” he asked.
“That’s easy; just don’t provoke them and don’t walk in these areas”, the Mayor responded.

The rest of the attendees immediately began booing, but the Mayor subsequently doubled down on his idiocy, suggesting that Germans were equally to blame when he commented, “Do you think this [sexual harassment] doesn’t exist among Germans”.

“You’re not allowed to walk in your own city anymore. Go home, boy. Who the hell elected you,” shouted the grandfather. “The migrants come here and we’re not allowed to walk here any more!”

Another woman called for the Mayor to step down as the crowd became increasingly more irate, leading Müller to threaten to call the police and “evacuate” the building.

“It seems that the mood has shifted,” Müller subsequently acknowledged, labeling the incident “scary”.

As we reported back in September last year, schools in German have been sending letters to parents asking them not to let young girls wear shorts or short skirts so as not to provoke “attacks” by migrants staying in nearby “refugee” centers.
One wonders what the next piece of advice German officials will suggest in order to prevent sexual attacks – maybe telling parents to dress their children in a full Burka?

The Mayor’s comments are outrageous but are nothing out of the ordinary when it comes to how some prominent German officials have responded to criticism.
German Interior Minister Ralf Jaeger asserted that conservatives who criticized the wave of migrants flooding into the country on Internet chat rooms were “just as awful” as the migrants who sexually molested women in Cologne.

Last month, feminists in Cologne responded to the mass molestation by predominantly Muslim migrants that occurred on New Year’s Eve by visiting the city’s largest refugee center and handing out roses as a “gesture against xenophobia”.

Another feminist group in Cologne responded to the attacks by denouncing “German born men”.

http://www.infowars.com/mayors-response-...voke-them/

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2016 Feb 02 23:01
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Homeless people to be forced out to make way for "refugees".

Quote:A Berlin home that has housed homeless people for 20 years is in danger of being cleared. The owners have seen a new opportunity: the city pays 50 euros a night to house refugees.

"Ha! That makes me happy," says the old man, staring at a letter pinned to the notice board in the dilapidated groundfloor hallway. The letter, dated January 31, was from local district councilman Stephan von Dassel and it assured the 32 inhabitants of the "Moabit Guest House" that they would be able to stay - at least for now.
"We are firmly convinced that you can continue to live legally in the Berlichingenstrasse," von Dassel wrote. "You moved in there legally and with the knowledge of the owner and you have always paid your living costs via the district authority punctually and in full."

The old man reading the letter (with no small degree of schadenfreude) was not a tenant, but worked for the previous manager of the property, a home for the homeless in the Moabit district of Berlin that he had helped run for the past 20 years - until the end of last month. Some of its inhabitants have been there for many years, and some of them are sick with alcohol addiction, which is why the fact that they each have their own room is seen as important. "Of course you grow close to them, over the years," the man said, still reading the councilman's letter.
http://www.dw.com/en/berlin-homeless-fac...a-19025492
2016 Feb 04 10:41
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81% of Germans say refugee crisis 'out of control' under Merkel govt – poll

Published time: 4 Feb, 2016 07:32
Edited time: 4 Feb, 2016 11:41

More than four in five Germans believe Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government isn’t controlling the refugee crisis, and welcome tougher measures to deal with it, a poll by ARD Deutschlandtrend has suggested.

The vast majority of the country's citizens disagree with Merkel’s refugee policy, according to the poll conducted last weekend. Asked whether “the federal government has the refugee situation under control,” 81 percent of Germans answered “No,” with just 18 percent saying “Yes.”

Those answering “No” also included members of Merkel’s Christian Social Union, with a notable 67 percent of the party’s voters unhappy with the chancellor’s policies.

Voter support for Merkel’s government dropped from 57 percent in July 2015 to 38 percent on February 2016 – “the worst estimate during the current government’s term,” the pollster said.

Germany’s right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) which advocates an anti-immigrant agenda became the third most influential party. It was projected to get 12 percent of the vote if the federal election were held this Sunday.

Most Germans also think more restrictive measures towards refugees and asylum seekers must follow.

A remarkable 88 percent believe the government should curb benefits for refugees who fail or are unwilling to integrate into German society, with 10 percent saying “No” – a measure previously announced by Germany’s Labor Minister Andrea Nahles.

Introducing tougher border control on the EU’s external frontiers and a more detailed processing of asylum seeker applications, debated over the past months in Germany, was also widely supported. Some 63 percent said “Yes” to install the EU’s external border, while 33 percent were opposed.

Consequently, 53 percent of Germans said border controls within EU countries – seen as threatening the Schengen border-free zone by many in Brussels – should be introduced as well.

According to 77 percent of respondents Europe must also set up refugee centers at the EU’s external borders to process migrants’ applications and send back ineligible asylum seekers.

The poll came alongside the so-called “Asylum package II” (Asylpaket II) – the newest set of measures by the German government designed to toughen refugee policies. The package includes putting limits on the number of asylum seekers admitted to Europe, and also an attempt to integrate those who have already reached Germany. Refugees will have to take integration courses, costing €10 a month.

Merkel’s government has come under fire for the chancellor’s “welcoming policy” towards refugees, who have recently arrived in Germany in overwhelming numbers. Although she says Germany can cope with the 1.1 million who have come in 2015 – and potentially more in 2016 – nearly 40 percent of Germans believe Merkel should step down over her refugee policy, according to January’s Insa survey for Focus magazine.

https://www.rt.com/news/331232-merkel-re...isis-poll/


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Poland steps up police patrols on border as Germany overflows with refugees

Published time: 4 Feb, 2016 11:56

Polish towns located near the German border are strengthening security in an attempt to stop asylum seekers coming from the west. Refugees granted permission to stay in Germany can cross the border unrestricted thanks to the Schengen free travel zone.

Refugees are attracted to Poland due to a number of factors, including lower prices than in Germany, a favorable currency exchange rate, and sometimes simple curiosity. But according to Wladyslaw Dajczak, governor of the Lubuskie province, their presence poses a security risk for Poland.

“We have received alarming news from western towns about a number of incidents that involved migrants that used to live in a refugee camp near Frankfurt. They are idling around the streets in groups of five to eight people, making noise at nights and disturbing local residents,” Dajczak said in an interview to local newspaper Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.

The governor suggested that local authorities should step up police and town watch patrols and coordinate with border guards to address the issue. In addition to legal border crossings, a number of asylum seekers have entered Poland illegally, he said. The beefing-up of security would require reconsideration of the budget and a reversal of the current trend to downsize the police force.

Dajczak added that the refugees receive generous social aid from the German authorities, but the lower cost of living in Poland attracts them.

Poland is a champion among the Eastern European nations objecting to Brussels’ plans to redistribute the large number of refugees arriving in the EU from the Middle East and North Africa among members of the union. The conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party won the parliamentary election in October on a Euroskeptic platform, which includes criticism of the refugee policy.

The new government, however, last month confirmed its predecessors’ commitment to house about 7,000 refugees – a decision it had previously sharply criticized. Warsaw said it would stick to the roadmap while simultaneously trying to challenge the quota system in court together with other nations opposed to the idea.

The residents of towns where the refugees are to be housed are not thrilled by the future arrivals, either. Two towns have already successfully torpedoed plans to open refugee centers through mass protests.

Europe is enduring the biggest inflow of refugees since the Balkan wars, receiving over a million people last year. The influx is polarizing not only EU politicians but also European populations. Right-wing parties across the continent have enjoyed a surge in popularity as refugee-associated problems overshadow the initial welcoming response shown to migrants.

https://www.rt.com/news/331260-poland-re...e-patrols/


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Around 5,000 refugee kids missing in Germany, police say some could be victims of crime – govt

Published time: 3 Feb, 2016 19:21

The German government says nearly 5,000 child and teenage asylum seekers have gone missing from refugee homes since the start of 2016. Police believe that figures could be distorted but have not ruled out that some might have been the victims of crime.

A spokesman for the German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) told the German newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau that a total of 4,749 unaccompanied children and teenagers had been reported missing since entering the country, The Local reported.

Around 10 percent of those who have disappeared are under the age of 13 and 4,387 were between the ages of 14 and 17.

Speaking to The Local, the BKA said that some of the children will turn up again, and that the figures could be misleading if a child has been reported missing at a number of different locations. However, the organization did not rule out that some of the minors could have been the victims of crime.

Heinz Hilgers, the president of the German Child Protection Agency said that lone children could be “easy targets” for criminal gangs.

"These perpetrators are not necessarily pedophiles," Hilgers explained, speaking to the Frankfurter Rundschau, as cited by The Local. "They have a disease that many people around the world have: that for them it totally does not matter how they make their money."

Meanwhile, Niels Espenhorst, a representative from the German Association for Unaccompanied Underage Refugees put the blame on the registration process in Germany.

"It is not only the system of how refugees come to Europe, but also the registration process in Germany,” he said.

The news comes as Europol announced in January that 10,000 minors have gone missing since they entered the EU and that human traffickers are taking advantage of the refugee crisis to find sex and labor slaves.

At least 5,000 children have gone missing in Italy alone, Europol’s chief of staff, Brian Donald, told The Observer, adding that another 1,000 have vanished in Sweden.

“It’s not unreasonable to say that we’re looking at 10,000-plus children. Not all of them will be criminally exploited; some might have been passed on to family members. We just don’t know where they are, what they’re doing or whom they are with,” he said.

UK charity Save the Children estimates that at least 26,000 lone refugee children entered Europe in 2015. It has recorded multiple cases of sexual abuse, violence, and extortion involving child refugees and is calling on the UK to resettle 3,000 of them as soon as possible.

“These children need and deserve our help and protection. Left to fend for themselves, lone children are extremely vulnerable along the refugee route. Children report having been beaten, extorted, and sexually abused on their journey,” Save the Children CEO Justin Forsyth said.

Meanwhile, Europol estimates that 27 percent of the refugees that arrived in Europe in 2015 were minors.

“Whether they are registered or not, we’re talking about 270,000 children. Not all of those are unaccompanied, but we also have evidence that a large proportion might be,” said Donald, signaling that his estimate of 10,000 missing child refugees is likely much too low.

In January, Norway was shocked after a three-year-old boy was allegedly raped at a housing center for asylum seekers in the city of Stavanger.

The police did not disclose the nationality of the boy, but Norway’s TV2 reported that the boy had been living in the center with his family. He was driven to a rape crisis clinic with his mother and then to the children’s ward at Stavanger University Hospital, The Local reported.

https://www.rt.com/news/331188-germany-r...-children/


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(2016 Feb 04 15:13)Phlegethon Wrote:  Around 5,000 refugee kids missing in Germany, police say some could be victims of crime

For once, I salute the Albanian mafia.

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German Govt Begins Migrant Propaganda Campaign, Urges Citizens To Overcome Their ‘Dark Side’

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/02/...-campaign/

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(2016 Feb 11 20:16)Aptrgangr Wrote:  German Govt Begins Migrant Propaganda Campaign, Urges Citizens To Overcome Their ‘Dark Side’

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/02/...-campaign/

Disgusting.

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