Migrants' War on Women In Occupied Germany
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Something tells me you won't see any feminists protesting this.

The German government Tuesday condemned dozens of apparently coordinated sexual assaults against women on New Year's Eve in the western city of Cologne blamed on Arab men but warned against anti-migrant scapegoating.

Justice Minister Heiko Mass called for a thorough investigation of the rash of attacks, ranging from groping to at least one reported rape, allegedly committed in a large crowd of revellers during year-end festivities at the city's main train station.

[Germany stunned by rash of New Year's sex assaults, Yahoo News, January 5, 2015]

This is what a real "rape culture" looks like.

Women were robbed, groped, and had their underwear torn from their bodies, while couples had fireworks thrown at them.

Police have received 90 criminal complaints, around a quarter of them for sexual assault, including one case of rape.

Police in Hamburg say there was a series of similar incidents in the city’s Reeperbahn red-light area. Witnesses described groups of five to 15 men of who “hunted” women in the streets.

In Cologne, the attacks took place around the main station, opposite the cathedral, a traditional gathering spot to see in the New Year.

[Video: German women report string of sexual assaults by 'Arab and North African men,' by Justin Huggler, Telegraph, January 5, 2016]

Is anyone surprised by this? German women have already been told to cover up because it is obviously racist and ethnocentric to expect Muslim immigrants not to sexually assault every European woman they see. But an even worse cover-up may be underway, as the German government and its lying press are doing their best to pretend this isn't happening.

The several day delay of confirmation of the attacks from officials roused suspicions of a cover-up. Anabel Schunke wrote on Huffington Post’s German language site Monday accusing police officials and public media outlets of covering up the issue entirely.

The attacks appeared to be coordinated, according to a report by German news outlet The Local. One group of men allegedly threw firecrackers into a large gathering of people celebrating near a famous cathedral located in the heart of Cologne, while another group of men allegedly began sexually assaulting and robbing women while the crowds were distracted by the firecrackers. It is not confirmed, however, the two groups were working together.

Five arrests were made in response to the allegations, however it is unclear if anyone was charged.

[German officials accused of covering up mass sexual assaults by Arab Mob, by Russ Read, Daily Caller, January 4, 2016]


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