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Germany: New Years Eve sexual assaults much worse than previously reported; involved Syrian refugees

Posted by Ann Corcoran on January 7, 2016

Invasion of Europe news…..

The news is slowly coming out about the horrific events of one week ago as New Years revelers in Cologne, Germany were assaulted by 1,000 men of “immigrant backgrounds.”  Our first story on the events of that evening is here (Merkel: Don’t blame refugees).

Who hushed all this up (we know why!), and who is now leaking police reports that describe the drunk and lewd men as “immigrants” including some from Syria and Afghanistan?  We were earlier told that there were no arrests, but apparently some were detained so the authorities do know who is responsible.

Could this be it for the German people—time for Merkel to go?

refugee with photo of Merkel

They love Mama Merkel!

The UK Telegraph has a lengthy and revealing report:

Some of those involved in a series of sexual assaults against women in the German city of Cologne on New Year’s Eve claimed to be Syrian refugees, according to a leaked police report.

The outbreak of violence was also far more serious than previously thought, and at one point senior police officers feared “there could have been fatalities”.

Two publications have released what they claim is an internal report by a senior officer who was at the scene.

If confirmed, the report could have far-reaching consequences for Angela Merkel’s government as it tries to deal with the aftermath of the assaults.

Ministers have said there is no evidence asylum seekers were involved in the violence.

But the leaked police report, published in Bild newspaper and Spiegel, a news magazine, claims that one of those involved told officers:

“I am Syrian. You have to treat me kindly. Mrs Merkel invited me.”

Continue reading here—many details and photos.

Friend Cathy asked this probing question:  Where were the German men while all of this was happening?  Weren’t they coming to the defense of their women?

We live in interesting times and one of the great mysteries of history will be what possessed Angela Merkel to precipitate the suicide of Germany?  Oh, they could still turn this around by beginning to deport thousands upon thousands of invaders, but Germany’s leaders don’t seem to have the will to live.

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  2. Ben Novick said

    Have the German people given up on their lives? I hope not. If this sort of thing ever happens in America, the headlines will read “1000 men in rape gang attack. 1000 men killed by patriotic gun owners and their carcasses buried at a pig slaughter house.”

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  5. Ann bowman said

    Ann

    Please post this so everyone will know there is hope. This was posted in our local newspaper but it has big implications for the publicity it will provide and the education it will give to the public. We are becoming a pocket of resistance. YEAH Craven County in North Carolina. GO Duke Ann

    http://www.newbernsj.com/article/20160106/NEWS/160109502/?Start=1

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  6. “what possessed Angela Merkel to precipitate the suicide of Germany?”

    Good question, although I would say, what possessed Angela Merkel to be the leader of the murder-suicide of the West?

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  7. Hate mongering at it’s finest!

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    • justus1210 said

      How is reporting this, hate mongering?

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    • 7delta said

      Phillip, maybe you could be more specific about how the truth about vicious sexual attacks on women makes us hate mongers…that is, unless you don’t have a problem with gangs of men engaging in a war on women. Do the women in your life know how insignificant they are to you, that your social ideology and fear of not adhering to the narrative is all that matters?

      Please, tell us why we should ignore or excuse these attacks on women? Why kufar women shouldn’t be concerned about what Islam says itself about the acceptability of raping and enslaving infidel women and children for sex? Why it won’t happen again there and here and everywhere this ideology goes? Rape and enslavement of the infidel is legitimized in Islam’s holy books and in Shariah law. Are you calling Mohammed and Allah liars? By your apparent standards, isn’t that hate speech?

      Seriously, I want to know why you think it’s hate mongering to protect women from violence, when we know certain demographics approve of it and engage in it as part of their political, religious and cultural dogma? Why do you get to make such an important decision, without input or regard for the women being attacked or at risk?

      Just curious.

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      • Ann Corcoran said

        7delta! What would I do without your willingness to engage people like Philip. Thanks and let’s hope he can come back and provide some answers!

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        • 7delta said

          Thanks, Ann. I’m willing to engage the narrative parrots, because I’ve done my homework. I let Islam tell me what Islam is. I know when the parrots drop-in with drive-by name calling and accusations that they don’t have a clue about Islam, what it believes or what obligations Islam demands of its adherents (or they’re Islamic taqiyyaologists).

          My hope is that they’ll either be interested enough to do their own homework or be annoyed enough with me to go to Islam’s own “holy” sources to prove me wrong. I’m not, but if they do their homework, it might just save their lives and the life of someone they love. I want people to know the truth and to be safe.

          I realize that there are people who believe the narratives like it’s religious doctrine, but I think they’re worth the effort to try to get them to do what it takes to seek the truth. They think I’m a hater. They’re mistaken about that too. I do this because I love all people, including Muslims. Love doesn’t mean you must agree with wrong and submit to it. It just means you love people even when you disagree, but refuse to enable or tolerate destructive beliefs and behaviors, especially not in your own home.

          All beliefs are not the same, no matter how much they may want to believe it. Some people will not return the respect you may offer them. When someone tells you they intend to subjugate you or kill you, it’s wise to believe them. Just because you say “no” doesn’t mean you hate them or are fear mongering. It just means NO and that you will back up your refusal in order to protect yourself and others.

          Thank you, Ann, for all your hard work and for enduring the parrot abuse regularly heaped on you. We can only hope and pray that one day soon they will realize that you stood alone for years in a concerned effort to protect them, their loved ones and yours. One day, they will regret not sending you a fruit baskets instead of a insulting posts.

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        • 7delta said

          Just came by to see if Phillip had explained his perspective. Maybe he’s busy reading the Qur’an, the Hadith and the Sira.

          Hope springs eternal.

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  8. sidefxny said

    Like Ann said, Merkel has decided that Germany should commit national suicide by allowing these barbarians to come into Germany and do what they always do which is to rape and pillage with impunity. Instead of men or officials coming forward and promising to protect their women, the victims are being told that it was THEIR fault for inciting the rapists. What about all the feminists out there who are supposed to be standing up for women’s rights? Isn’t the idea that it was the victim’s fault something that they abhor? If I lived in Germany I would try to get a gun or at the very least carry mace or pepper spray. I would also learn self defense or some martial art to protect myself because obviously, nobody from the Government is going to help and in fact, they will probably end up arresting the women who are complaining about the “immigrants’ for thought crime. Merkel should be removed from office and tried for crimes against humanity for encouraging this thuggery against her own people.

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  9. Shouldn’t make any difference whether it was refuges or German citizens , crime is crime . The raped girls should have their day in court , the groped women also should be able to get help . I agree that the refuges should be deported back to Syria , they come in under the reason seeking help and once they get there they abuse every law that countries have . If they continue to do so they need to be executed or firing squad . We should stand our ground period .. No more refuges at all.

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    • 7delta said

      Theoretically, I agree with you, David, that crime is crime, as well as with your other points. I would also say that even with well-vetted immigrants with compatible belief systems, there will also be some bad eggs that go on to commit crimes. Native populations also suffer from people who engage in the worst of human nature, too. Like James Madison said, “If men were angels, we would need no government.”

      However, of all the issues concerning unchecked massive immigration, the most important is Islam. We should not be surprised by jihadist attacks or the current migrant crime spree. They’re not just predictable events, they’re certain to occur. Raping, attacking, enslaving and murdering infidel women is not a crime under Shariah law. Of course, there’s more we can expect too. The inverse ideology of Islam is so foreign to Westerners, it’s hard for us to get our heads around it…maybe a bit too literally.

      Until I studied Islam’s own works and laws, listened to their esteemed leaders when talking to Muslims, not infidels, there were many bizarre things I heard about Islamic doctrine and practices that I thought could not possibly be true. They were too farfetched…degrading, perverse and horrific. Now, I can say that I don’t recall any that didn’t turn out to be true. Sure, there are governing laws in Shariah about when, where and how, but the existence of these beliefs is irrefutable, if we are to believe Islam’s own holy books, true and accurate scholarly consensuses and their clerics.

      The folly of our ignorance about Islam, the ideologies of relativism and multiculturalism, without regard to the compatibility of cultures and beliefs, is what we’re seeing in Germany today. Islam in its most true and accurate form is ISIS. There is no radical or moderate Islam. There is only Islam. The very small number of Muslims who call for reform or do not practice Islam in accordance with Islam’s settled law are, according to Shariah, apostates. Islam is what it is. We can deny the truth, but it won’t change Islam or the outcome of allowing massive migration of adherents of Islam.

      What happened in Germany, France, here or anywhere else Islam has brought havoc and violence should not be happening. We used to know the truth about Islam, but political and educational corruption, as well as the obsession with political correctness, has made us vulnerable to not even knowing we must look at Islam through Islam’s world view, not ours. Speaking the truth is now attacked as hate, islamophobia, fear mongering, xenophobia, etc. As annoyed as these contrived narratives make me, I feel sorry for the people who mindlessly and ignorantly repeat them. Reality is going to find them soon and it will be traumatic, physically and emotionally. I wish no harm on anyone, but I do wish the truth on everyone.

      “In a time of universal deceit, the truth is a revolutionary act.” ~George Orwell.

      The Truth Revolution is here.

      Good post, David.

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      • Can you suggest good resources to find the information you studied?

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        • 7delta said

          I rarely give links to people about sources, because the people in most need to learn will take issue with the source as an excuse for not going any further. So, I encourage people to find sources on their own. I realize I risk them going to sources that are inaccurate or mere propaganda, but if they do and want to use Islamic apologist arguments, they only harm their own argument. You don’t appear to fit that category at all, so I can give you a few I’ve found reliable, plus you can easily find the basics online through non-partisan, usually academic sites. I don’t want to make anything harder. I just want people to be confident in their sources, because they looked at what is available and chose for themselves.

          It’s important to view Islam through the lens of all three of its “holy” books, the Qur’an, the Hadith (Sunna) and the Sira. There is no standard English spelling of Arabic words, so you may see the Qur’an spelled Koran, Quoran, Quran and probably many other phonetic spellings. A search on Koran and Quran will probably turn up plenty of results. Try to stay away from sites run by Islamic apologists. Look for university or non-partisan sites that offer online copies of multiple religious works, including copies of Islam’s holy trilogy.

          We usually think of the Qur’an as being like the Bible, but it’s more like the 10 Commandments, in that it’s considered the direct word of Allah. The Hadith (Sunna) is the story of what Mohammed said and did, so it’s more like a Bible. Since Mohammed was considered the ideal man, Muslims are obligated to model after him. The Hadith is especially important because we can see this concept in practice with ISIS. ISIS hasn’t done one single thing Mohammed didn’t do. The Sira is the story of Mohammed’s life.

          Shariah law is a vast collection of scholarly works, so you can’t just pick up a book that covers it all. It’s unnecessary to try to read it all anyway, but do look at some of the most revered or “sahih” (true and accurate) sources, like Sahih al-Bukhari and Sahih Muslim, for starters.

          A few concepts to understand:

          The two main sects of Islam are the Sunnis (80-85% of all Muslims) and the Shia (15-20%). The split occurred after Mohammed’s death over who would be his successor. Among the two main sects, there are at least 73 different subsects. Each views the other as infidels or apostates, so they blow each other up too in accordance with their beliefs, which, btw, vary little, since they use the same holy books. They disagree on justifications for laws, but pretty much end up in the same place. This is important because it explains the inter-Islamic conflicts and because it makes clear that just because one sect runs from another doesn’t mean the refugees don’t believe the same thing and that when the tables turn that they won’t do the same thing to the other side that’s being done to them. As far as we, the infidels, are concerned, they agree, within their own sectarian system, that we’re the enemy.

          That said, not all Muslims want to live under Shariah or to kill us. The problem is that they’re an aberration, so there is no way to determine who’s who, especially considering that lying to the infidel is not only acceptable, but obligatory to protect oneself when a minority, to advance Islam and to gain entry into the enemy’s camp. I try to stay focused on the ideology, not the humans who are trapped in this barbaric totalitarian ideology of conquest and control veiled as a religion to support political Islam, but the devout Muslim is consequential, in practice, to understanding Islam.

          The Qur’an was written over two distinct periods: The Meccan, where we find the more poetic and warm-fuzzy-can’t-we-all-just-get-along suras (verses). The Median, where Islam was actually born after Mohammed and his few followers “migrated”–the first hizrah–to Medina. Mohammed’s “revelations” from Allah became decidedly about political conquest. The concept of “abrogation” was introduce when he started to contradict himself. The Qur’an states that if there is a conflict two suras, use the latter one, so the Meccan suras were abrogated by the later violent Median ones. They don’t throw out the earlier ones, since they are useful under certain circumstances, but the one that will be followed in the end is the latter one.

          Apostasy, leaving Islam or altering/reforming it in any way, is punishable by death.

          Jihad is defined by Shariah as fighting the infidel until they convert, are killed or submit to Shariah law as a dhimmi, (an unbeliever in submission to Shariah) and pay the jizyah, a tax that is usually a large percentage of the dhimmi’s Income. Dhimmis have few rights and labor under severe restrictions. Jihad as an inner struggle is a relatively new interpretation and does not abrogate the original.

          When you read the Qur’an, don’t be discouraged because it’s nonsensical. You’re in good company. After reading the Qur’an, and having dealt with the Barbary States for over two decades, Thomas Jefferson called Islam “irrational.” Then he sent the Marines “to the shores of Tripoli.” The Qur’an is not ordered chronologically or by subject. When it was finally put into the form it’s in now, the suras were arranged from longest to shortest.

          Read “Milestones” by Sayyid Qubt, “Reliance of the Traveller-Manual of Islamic Sacred Law Umdat a-Salik” by Ahmad ibn Naqib al-Misri, “The Explanatory Memorandum: On the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America” (Muslim Brotherhood).

          I read through a lot of these works before I found online sources that are in alignment with the original Islamic works or provide access to some of the sources I’d read. You can access to a few of these works and basic overviews of Islam at the links below.

          http://unconstrainedanalytics.org/resources/

          http://www.jihadwatch.org/islam-101

          I also recommend reading “Catastrophic Failure” by Stephen Coughlin. I’ve found it to be an excellent resource book. Also watch Coughlin’s “Red Pill Briefs” he gave to the Pentagon, other military members and to lawmakers…before the Muslim Brotherhood front, CAIR, protested Coughlin telling the truth and he was removed from the position. He’s not the only expert on Islam that was silenced. Fortunately, Coughlin offered this important and thorough lesson in Islam to the public in this book and on video.

          The “Red Pill Briefs” video:

          http://vladtepesblog.com/stephen-coughlin-red-pill-brief-all-10-videos/

          I know that’s a lot to digest. I would suggest doing the reverse process of what I did. Read Islam 101 first at the link above. It’s short and introduces terms and concepts. Then watch the “Red Pill Briefs.” The hardest part for me was learning a new vocabulary…Arabic. It helps to get them in context to start with. Then read the Our’an, the Hadith and the Sira. They’ll makes more sense..or as much as they can considering…

          It’s especially important to remember that every word in Islamic works and that is said by Islamic apologists must be defined according to Shariah law, not Webster’s Dictionary. The peace part of the Religion of Peace is not an absence or rejection of conflict. In Islam, peace will only come when the entire world is in submission to Shariah law.

          Don’t get overwhelmed or think you have to become an expert to understand Islam, because you don’t need to be to understand the core concepts. Don’t let anybody tell you that you must speak Arabic to understand Islam’s holy trilogy. If that’s true, Islam needs to clean up their own house’s misconceptions, because the majority of Muslims do not speak, read or understand Arabic and nobody is correcting them. And remember, it doesn’t matter what you or I some other non-Muslim apologist believes Islam is. All that matters is what Islam says it is and what its followers believe. That’s what I want to know.

          Just start with good sources that explain, then move on to where your interest leads you.

          Good luck.

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          • Thanks for the information. I believe we share the same view on these issues and that’s why I asked. I have and will continue to research and find my own accurate sources as well. When I see someone knowledgeable and wise I try to glean what I can from the work they have done as well.

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  11. Unless or until the police, and men defend females, they need to learn to defend themselves, ASAP, avoid certain areas, at certain times, and/or move elsewhere…rather that remain exposed to these assaults

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