An interview with the German sociologist Gunnar Heinsohn was one of the first translations posted here, almost nine years ago. Dr. Heinsohn returns in this report from Unzienzert.at, in which he is extensively quoted.
Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation:
“Welcome to the unbelievers: Your women will be our whores, your children our slaves”
The global trademark which propelled Germany’s train stations to fame in the summer of 2015 — downright dances of joy for the arriving refugees and helpfulness without limits — is gone. The attacks of Muslim men on women during Cologne’s New Year’s Eve celebrations has become a watershed moment in Germany’s Willkommenskultur (Welcoming Culture). And many are asking themselves the question: Was that scenario just the beginning?
Trafficking of women among young combatants
The sociologist and economist Gunnar Heinsohn, who teaches at the NATO Defense College in Rome, has drawn a dismal picture in the Neuen Zürcher Zeitung of what is coming the citizen’s way in the near future. Heinsohn flew to the Caliphate-home of the newcomers, of which he heard nothing good: the mass rapes of Yezidi and Christian women, the trafficking of women among young combatants, the beheading of European men, and over and over the proclamation directed at the kuffar, the unbelievers: “Your women will be our whores, your children our slaves!”
Youngsters in roam-and-loot mode
While in traditional societies a wife is gained through the earning of an income which can provide for the family, many unsuccessful youngsters, according to Heinsohn, are permanently stuck in a “roaming-and-looting mode”. In other words: When one hundred well-to-do men each have four wives, then there are three hundred men left with empty hands.
Therefore it is not the war, but more the lack of women in their own country that has driven these youngsters to Europe. For better or for worse, Germany and Austria have therefore to prepare for “aggressive migrants with reasonable basic primary care, and time without end on their hands, who — very well-connected with their smartphones — will hunt for females within their vicinity, who in turn cannot defend themselves and are left without protection,” says Heinsohn in the Neuen Zürcher Zeitung.
Lower class girls brutally abused
As Unzensuriert.at already reported, this is exactly what the town of Rotherham near Sheffield in England went through. The town has 250,000 citizens, of whom 8,000 are Pakistanis. The sociologist Heinsohn presented to facts again to NZZ readers:
Great Britain is still nurturing a Welcoming Culture without any consideration of the component of instinct and aggression. And so it finds its way naturally and uninhibited. And in this manner the city has pretty much approved that between 1997 and 2013, about 1400 girls from age eleven and up, most of whom grew up in Britain’s underclass, were brutally abused.
They had been made submissive for gang raping with alcohol, drugs and beatings. Since 2002, reports weren’t completely suppressed. But still, until 2013, everybody from the mayor to the janitor stuck together in this cover-up. If anything fell through the net, the talk was never of Pakistanis, but always of Asians. To avoid having to point out young Muslims, an entire continent was blamed.
Heinsohn knows why the police didn’t listen to mothers, and why feminists remained ironclad silent. The fate of the girls, according to Heinsohn, wasn’t as important as the progressive nimbus of these Ideologists. The Worker’s Party with 57 of 63 seats in Parliament was of course on the same boat with such internationalism. Professional social workers did not bring up these crimes into the public, “because that’s where the media people sit, that will portray them as neo-Nazis and therefore destroy their existence,” Heinsohn says to the NZZ. And the blanket statement was: “Only phobics could claim that 3,2 percent of the entire population could be a threat.”
State authority surrenders female citizens to their doom
That is why 18 years passed until, in December of 2015, Muslim offenders finally stood before the court. Therefore, what the women of Cologne so painfully experienced has been a long known fact in Britain. Heinsohn’s analysis about the events of Cologne:
State authorities, afraid of being accused of racism as well as being afraid for their own lives, had surrendered its female citizens to their doom. Public institutions concealed the situation for as long as possible. High ranking officials went along with it. But the more or less free internet destroyed the conspiracy. And still, the people from the Zweiten Deutschen Fernsehen (ZDF) got away with their omission of facts by claiming it was a misjudgment.
An arm’s length distance from foreign men
“At the same time they started campaigns against citizens who just waited for the chance to increase anti-Muslim sentiments based on the behavior of only a few Muslims,” repeats Gunnar Heinsohn in the NZZ. But he failed to mention this peculiarity: Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker’s publication of a behavior manual for women. According to it, women should always keep an arm’s length distance from foreign men. So it should come as no surprise to anyone that women in Germany no longer dare to light-heartedly move around in public spaces.