Many thanks to JLH for translating this article from Michael Mannheimer’s website:
Germany Sentences Refugee to 11 Years in Prison for Attack on and Rape of Chinese Students
(Pressure From China Causes German Judges to do What They Ordinarily Refuse to Do)
For justice to be done in Germany, the intervention of a world power is required. A Muslim invader (code name “refugee”) sexually assaulted two Chinese female students in Bochum. That was last year. The incident had wide media exposure among the 1.6 billion people of China.
It is known that Chinese diplomats personally intervened to demand a severe punishment. And that happened. This is indirect proof that our system of justice is not independent, but directed from “above.”
We may be sure that if the victim of this Muslim invader had been a German woman, he would have gotten off with a light sentence. Examples of this can be found by the hundreds.
Only the fear of international loss of face caused this stern and just sentence against the rapist.
Germany apparently feared that its image would suffer among one-quarter of the world’s population. That alone was the cause for a comparatively just sentence.
On the occasion of German state visits to China, the precarious condition of human rights there is routinely noted. In the future, German politicians can save themselves the trouble of these remarks. Now the Chinese know very well how basic rights in Germany are: not much better than in China.
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