Europe’s betrayal of women

by Gramfan on January 16, 2016

in Denmark, European Union, France, Germany, Gramfan (team member), mob violence, phony refugees, sex offenses, Sweden, UK, women's issues

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Published on Jan 15, 2016 by Pat Condell

Mass sexual assault at Cologne train station on New Year’s Eve

Female mayor of Cologne offers “code of conduct” to women assaulted and raped by Muslim migrants

The Muslim war on women comes to Germany

Migrant rape fears across Europe. Women told not to go out at night alone

German minister: Critics of migrant rape are as bad as the rapists

German police admit to immigrant no-go zones

Police crack down on vigilante groups

Germany clamps down on free speech to protect migrants

Mass sexual assault in Sweden covered up by the media.

Muslim sex crimes in Sweden covered up by police, media, and government

Migrants harassing women across Denmark

Launch of Pegida UK

Google, Facebook and Twitter yield to German government demand to censor “hate speech” towards migrants

Swiss army chief: Europe on the verge of civil war

Shocking sexual violence against women in France’s Muslim ghettos. This is what Europe is importing.

Female “No Borders” activist gang raped by Africans. Accused by fellow activists of reporting it out of spite.

Czech doctor in Munich. Hospitals overwhelmed by uncivilised migrants bring chaos, violence and disease.

Tiny German village forced to accept 1000 migrants. Officials mystified by complaints.

99% of Egyptian women have been sexually harassed

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Gramfan January 16, 2016 at 6:35 pm

Condell says half the population are female voters and that’s good.
But are we actually having proper elections or are they rigged everywhere?

2 Gramfan January 16, 2016 at 11:22 pm

Bet she does nothing.She has the backing of the EU and the UN.

Cologne sex attacks: party tells Angela Merkel to shut-out migrants
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The German chancellor Angela Merkel is facing an ultimatum from her party to abandon her “open door” migration policy as new figures reveal a huge influx of North African migrants into the country purporting to be refugees.

Senior members of Merkel’s Christian Democrat Union (CDU) and its Bavarian sister party the Christian Social Union (CSU) will send her a confidential letter early this week asking for the government to control national borders more stringently after it emerged that more than 50,000 people have requested asylum in Germany since the beginning of this month.

The move comes amid continuing recriminations over the handling by authorities of a New Year’s Eve rampage at Cologne railway station by migrants, many of them from North Africa.

The letter, signed by senior MPs, is expected to warn against Germany becoming “overburdened” with migrants. Its signatories have threatened to petition for a parliamentary vote on closing the country’s borders if their demands are not met.

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Such a vote could embarrass the chancellor and jeopardise her authority at a time when polls show 56 per cent of Germans believe she is handling the migration crisis badly, while only 39 per cent assess her policy positively.

More than 60 per cent believe Germany cannot handle the wave of newcomers, a steep rise from last month when 46 per cent had the same doubt.

Horst Seehofer, the powerful prime minister of Bavaria and head of the CSU, threatened last week to take the federal government to court if it failed to re-establish a “legal and orderly” situation along Germany’s borders.

Merkel’s critics are alarmed by polls that show support for the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party at more than 11 per cent — enough to become a considerable force in parliament. A big test could come on March 13 with state elections in Saxony-Anhalt, Baden-Wurttemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate.

The challenge comes after German authorities revealed that about 5,300 people from Morocco and Algeria entered the country last month. This compared with just 4,000 from the two nations in the whole of 2014. They have almost no chance of attaining asylum in Europe.

Many more are believed to be entering Germany pretending to be Syrians in order to secure preferential treatment when seeking asylum, officials say.

About 40 per cent of migrants from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia committed a crime within a year of arriving in Germany, compared with just 0.5 per cent of Syrians, according to a report by authorities in North Rhine-Westphalia — in which Cologne lies — that was leaked to the German press last week.

People smugglers operating in North Africa are now using cheap flights to fly people to Istanbul and then guide them to the coast from where they take boats to Greece to join the stream of genuine refugees from countries such as Syria and Iraq.

Moroccans who have made it to Germany posing as refugees are posting guides on the internet advising their compatriots how to obtain fake Syrian documents from the burgeoning black market in Turkey and Greece. In one YouTube video a Moroccan man claiming to be in Germany explains how he obtained a fake Syrian passport in the Turkish port city of Izmir and then paid smugglers to help him cross into Greece.

“You can pay the smugglers and they do the rest,” the man says, adding: “Don’t forget to burn your Moroccan papers.” He also gives tips on how to trick border police.

At the migrant camp in Idomeni on the Greek border with Macedonia this newspaper spoke to a number of Moroccan migrants seeking to buy Syrian passports.

Hamza Seladin, 26, and his brother, Yassin, 20, from Casablanca, were denied entry by the Macedonian police but claimed they would go back to Athens to seek fake Syrian passports, or find a “capable smuggler” who could get them across the border.

Hamza, who walks with crutches because of a muscle disease, wants to claim asylum in order to get access to medical treatment in Europe.

Fake Syrian documents are sold for a few hundred pounds; the more sophisticated fakes are nearly impossible to detect by normal checks performed by Macedonian and other police units along the so-called Balkan route.

Most of the migrants who travel without documents but who claim to be from Syria are suspected of deliberately faking their identity to become eligible for asylum, border officials say.

Macedonian officials, who now only allow entry to migrants from Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, say they identify up to 150 fake Syrian passports each day and send their holders back to Greece where authorities allow them to seek other ways to get in.

“From countries upstream we get political messages that economic migrants will not be admitted,” complained Nikola Poposki, the Macedonian foreign minister. “Greece, on the other hand, measures success by how quickly migrants landing from Turkey reach Macedonia.”

Despite the winter conditions and the selection at the border, between 1,000 and 2,000 people are being allowed into Macedonia each day on their way to the EU. Others are believed to slip across unregistered.

Walid Salihi, who was shot when he attacked police in Paris on the anniversary of the massacre at Charlie Hebdo magazine, was a Tunisian who lived in a German refugee shelter pretending to be Syrian.

In Germany more than 5,500 asylum seekers from North Africa were earmarked for deportation during the first half of last year. Owing to administrative problems just 53 were actually sent back.

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