One of the notable aspects of this year’s New Year’s Eve in Cologne, Dortmund, and other German cities was the apparently organized manner in which crowds of up to a thousand culture-enriching young men gathered to grope women, shoot fireworks at police, and engage in various other forms of urban mayhem.
The following video and article discuss this aspect of what happened on Silvesternacht in Germany. Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Below is the accompanying article from Die Welt, also translated by Nash Montana:
They really wanted to show these European wimps
Brutalized men from North Africa provoked in a purposeful manner on Silvester 2016, believes Alice Schwarzer.
Without the intervention of the police the situation would have escalated, says the women’s rights activist. “One has to assume that their appearance was a statement,” a seasoned detective agrees.
The women’s rights activist Alice Schwarzer is convinced that the young North African men wanted to provoke in a purposeful manner. “The same sort of men as those who last year were determined to ‘celebrate’ Silvester 2016 in Cologne their way. they were uprooted, brutalized and Islamized young men mostly from Algeria and Morocco. If the police as a consequence hadn’t intervened from the get-go, once again hundreds of women would have been chased off with sexual violence, and the ‘helpless’ men at their sides would again have been humiliated,” Schwarzer told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
Initiated and organized by a handful of shadowy men in the back, these young North African men, formed by patriarchal traditions, their minds poisoned by political Islam, gathered like locusts on Silvester 2015.
This was a test of strength
“In 2015 the purpose was to prove to those western ‘sluts’ and their men, these European wimps, just who was the boss,” says the women’s rights activist.
“It was a test of strength. A challenge to the state. Because those men, who again traveled to Cologne, had to know that they would meet resistance by the police.”
Dietmar Kneib, the chief inspector of the organized crime division of the police headquarters in Düsseldorf, said he was surprised at the massive number of young North African men who showed up in Düsseldorf, Cologne, and other cities.
“One really has to assume that this was a statement. The discussion of the past year couldn’t remain unknown even within their circles. But then to show up again in that quantity, equipped with a bold aggressive basic mood coupled with the corresponding demeanor, that really made me think,” the seasoned criminal investigator said.
The young North Africans were connected extremely well using the social media — “and I’m not talking Facebook, but those that we can’t monitor.”
|0:00||Despite a huge contingent and new security concepts,|
|0:03||the police did not reckon with the fact that over 1,000 North Africans|
|0:06||came to spend Silvester Night in Cologne.|
|0:09||The police reacted fast, but are still left puzzled as to|
|0:12||how the North Africans colluded with each other.|
|0:15||Within the frame of the possibilities available for us|
|0:18||we of course are monitoring various social media sites.|
|0:21||We can determine some movement there,|
|0:24||but it is rather difficult.|
|0:27||Although only 2% of all immigrants in Germany come from|
|0:30||the North African states Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria,|
|0:33||they commit roughly 22% of all crimes committed by immigrants.|
|0:36||according to the federal criminal police office (Bundeskriminalamt BKA).|
|0:39||A Sociologist tells us that this disproportionately high share is explained by,|
|0:42||among other things, the low prospects for a residency permit in Germany.|
|0:46||Moroccan Sociologist Abderrahmane Ammar: They know that they don’t have good chances for residency permits,|
|0:49||they have to support their families,|
|0:52||and in order to make money they sell drugs|
|0:55||or commit robberies,|
|0:58||and sometimes it comes to,|
|1:01||or often it happens that they become aggressive.|
|1:04||And this is the kind of behavior that is essentially significant,|
|1:07||and not, as the criticized Cologne police have reiterated,|
|1:12||how they look and their country of origin.