Women Do Not Feel Safe in Germany

The following video talk about the current state of affairs in Modern Multicultural Germany was recorded by Ulrike Trebesius, a German member of the European Parliament.

Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:


0:00   Katrin Göring-Eckardt [member of the Green Party] said sometime in 2015
0:03   that Germany will change and that
0:06   she is looking forward to that.
0:09   Now, Germany has changed,
0:12   and the Greens may find this enjoyable,
0:15   but the citizens’ feeling of safety is suffering under it.
0:18   58% of the women who were asked in a recent survey
0:21   for Bild am Sonntag declared that
0:24   they don’t feel safe anymore on Germany’s streets
0:27   and cities, and that they have adjusted their behavior accordingly.
0:31   Our chancellor said, ‘Fear is not a good counselor.’
0:34   This coming from the broad who, even when she goes swimming
0:37   in the sea, she is accompanied by trained fighter-divers.
0:40   But for all others who don’t have their own personal security service
0:43   when they go out, reality looks somewhat different.
0:46   I’ll describe my own example.
0:49   Shortly before Christmas I had an appointment as a delegate
0:52   in Hamburg city. In order to avoid parking issues
0:55   during the Christmas excitement, I decided to take the subway.
0:58   The subway station that I’ve been using for years
1:01   was filthy and foul like I’ve never really seen it before.
1:04   On my way to the train platform there were Arab-looking men
1:07   who stood around in groups, asking me if I wanted to f***.
1:10   When I arrived on the platform, I realized that
1:13   as far as I could tell, I was the only European woman there.
1:16   After the ‘friendly’ greetings by the stairs,
1:19   this did not significantly help my feeling of safety.
1:22   Later in the subway I noticed how many women
1:25   sat and stood in a way that they were able
1:28   to keep an eye on the doors and walkway in the train,
1:31   Nothing in all of that is really actionable, but
1:34   it shows how Germany has changed, at least for us women.
1:37   We are on guard.
1:40   After my appointment a colleague and I decided that we would
1:43   go drink a mulled wine at the Christmas market by the town hall,
1:46   to celebrate Christmas and the coming new year.
1:49   The ambience was… different. For men as well. Germany HAS changed.
1:53   One day after the terror attack in Berlin,
1:56   the Christmas market was surrounded with “Merkel Legos”:
1:59   Big concrete blocks that were meant to prevent the someone with a vehicle
2:02   from deliberately driving it into the crowds of people.
2:05   ‘An arm’s length’, that was last year.
2:08   Now we had better hold a truck’s length of clearance.
2:11   Some of these concrete blocks were painted colorfully.
2:14   Red, yellow, blue and green, because Hamburg wants to remain colorful.
2:17   Whatever that means when one tries to navigate between blockades
2:20   and police armed to the teeth in order to
2:23   enjoy the end of one’s work day.
2:26   Germany will remain Germany, the chancellor told us.
2:29   I don’t believe her. And someday she’ll have to admit
2:32   that this was as much an empty phrase as her ‘we can do it’.
2:35   The chancellor and the federal government have no plan,
2:38   because that would involve foresightful action.
2:41   Instead they now talk about more video surveillance,
2:44   and how to deal with ‘threateners’.
2:47   The Cologne Dom [Cathedral] plaza became a maximum security zone.
2:50   That will not give us women back the feeling of safety
2:53   that we once had in our cities.
2:56   Admittedly, even before the past two years, we rarely
2:59   walked through the park by ourselves, but since then
3:02   most women have started carrying pepper sprays; many get
3:05   the small weapons certificate; they avoid some areas completely;
3:08   when they’re jogging they wear special pants that
3:11   give off a loud alarm when they are cut up.
3:14   And maybe we generalize a little too much
3:17   unjustly because of our fears when we avoid all people who match
3:20   a certain picture of members of what is categorized as a “critical” group,
3:23   for instance, in a case of a well-integrated person
3:26   with migration background who has been living here for a long time.
3:29   After Cologne the chancellor said that the offenders would feel
3:32   the full strength of the rule of law, but that has shown itself to be incorrect.
3:35   Rather in the most recent Silvester Night [New Year’s Eve] our experience was that
3:38   the exact same groups of people decided to have
3:41   a showdown with our rule of law.
3:44   As long as we don’t crack down with full strength,
3:47   the feeling of safety for us women will not get better.
3:50   In retrospect, the discussions about gender-equal toilets
3:53   and quotas for supervisory committees
3:56   in our economy sound like
3:59   the lingering sound from the good old days.

13 thoughts on “Women Do Not Feel Safe in Germany

  1. Where were the hundreds of thousands of “women’s rights” protesters in Germany this day? Which imaginary injustices were they whining about? Did they have the support of their American “sisters”?

    • Germany is being softened up by Merkel for sharia law, in the next 10 years she will achieve what Hitler could not, the destruction of Christian Germany with France and Britain in the same boat. Read David Vincent’s brilliant book “2030: Your Children’d Future in Islamic Britain” (Amazon and Kindle).

      • Oh for goodness sake, what is it with the constant nazis were anti-christian schtick? Most high ranking nazis were married in the church as were the vast majority of regular people.
        The nazis were friendly with moslems sure, but they never pushed moslem religion on the mostly christian population of Europe, they used what they could.
        It wasn’t that long ago that various christian churches were apologising for their relationships with the nazis.
        Himmler was an occultist, I think the rest of the famous ones were christian or non-religious.

  2. Do you still think the women’s rights movement was organic?

    The whole point was to destroy white culture.

  3. “they don’t feel safe anymore on Germany’s streets and cities, and that they have adjusted their behavior accordingly.”

    – Soft Sharia.
    – We will see if they change their behavior at the voting booth. Highly unlikely as the recent Austrian elections have shown.
    – Decades from now, men will once again die. But keep marching against your own men. Good luck!

  4. As a mild mannered straight young white kid who endured unbelievable racism, rejection, insult and physical injury in early sixties London I look with disbelief on the shrinking violet response to more of the same from the muslim savages. Funny old world. I will be moving on soon maybe to be sent right back sgain. Who knows.

    • Morbid Merkel is going to be so revved up soon enough she won’t have time to change her kneekers.

  5. “Women do not feel safe in Germany anymore”, no kidding?

    B-b-b-but I thought I saw pics of them holding up ‘Welcome!’ signs?

    The next German election will decide everything for Germany. Want to save your country? Do a ‘TRUMP!’

  6. Merkel is as evil as George Soros, and doesn’t give a fig about the safety and happiness of German citizens (the real ones, not the fake ones). She just wants them to submit, Muslim style to dhimmitude. Not a path to “making Germany great again”!

  7. merkel came from communist east Germany. islam is as totalitarian as communism, hence the alliance between the two.

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