Europe’s multi-culti nightmare: Kurds this time
Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 22, 2012
Kurds (they are Muslims) are making the news these days. We just had a report of a Kurdish refugee “welcomed” by Australia being found guilty of human trafficking. Then earlier this summer we learned that young Kurds in Nashville (little Kurdistan!) are chief promoters of gang violence. And, some European countries are deporting Kurds, here.
Looks like Kurds are scaring the ‘bejeezus’ out of Germany. This ‘event’ happened two weeks ago, did you read about it or see it on your favorite TV news programs? No! (I didn’t think so).
Here is the story at Frontpage magazine (hat tip: Judy):
“The festival gives expression to our demand for a peaceful coexistence of all humans with their different cultures, languages and traditions.”
- Proclamation of the festival’s organizers.
The beautiful, rosy multicultural paradise Europe’s leftists promised in the 1960s and ’70s manifested itself brilliantly again recently at a Kurdish festival in Mannheim, a German city in the south-western state of Baden-Wurttemberg. Almost as soon as the festival began, German police were set upon by hundreds of young Kurds who were encouraged “with words and applause” by thousands of others. When the shocking, hours-long savagery ended, eighty policemen were injured, one seriously, while “more than a dozen vehicles were destroyed” before order could be restored.
Martin Boll, a spokesman for Mannheim’s police, said he had never seen such violence in his 30 years of police service.
They had been allowed into Europe under the multicultural banner or asylum laws!
It was estimated 40,000 people, of whom 2,500 were regarded as “violent or violence-prepared,” attended the twentieth holding of this annual “multicultural” event. Most of the previous 19 Kurdish festivals had been held in the German state of Rhineland-Westphalia. An estimated 600,000 to 800,000 Kurds live in Germany, but Kurds had travelled from all over Europe for this year’s festival in Mannheim.
The riot began when officials of a security firm contracted by the festival’s organizers asked two policemen for assistance with a 14-year-old Kurdish youth who was refusing to give up a flag he was carrying of the banned Kurdish terrorist group, the Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK). Apparently angry at the police intervention, about 100 young Kurds “suddenly attacked the two policemen from behind and kicked them in the back.” The violence escalated from there as more police and thugs were drawn in.
Unfortunately, the Mannheim riot is not an isolated incident. Germans and other Europeans are becoming more accustomed to seeing their municipal police forces attacked by people who, for the most part, had been allowed into Europe under the multicultural banner or asylum laws. [Coming soon to a town near you?---ed]
Greatest worry for Germans? The Police lost control.
It is not surprising that Germans are wondering what is going on in their country today. Many realize that multiculturalism is a destructive, failed policy and that they are destined to experience many more such violent, “culturally enriching” moments in the future. They question why people are being let into Germany who actually belong in jail rather than on their streets. But what appears to upset Germans most about the Mannheim riot, even more than the lack of arrests, is that the police lost control of the situation and actually had to retreat to safety, leaving the rioters in control of the area for hours until police reinforcements arrived.
Due to this loss of control on the part of the Mannheim police, some Germans are now worried whether security authorities will be able protect them when such inevitable rioting occurs again in future.
Get a gun if you wish to survive in this beautiful multi-culti world!
And if the police cannot enforce law and order, another reader asked, what could prevent such a “violence-prepared” mob from “breaking into houses, plundering and pillaging?”
The answer is nothing. The politicians are also not going to help correct the situation by sending large numbers of these miscreants back to their country of origin. So the only option left is, like in America, for the ordinary citizen to arm him- or herself, if one wants to survive in the “beautiful, new multicultural world” Europe has become.
There is more on what is happening in Europe—read it all!
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