K. from Germany, who translated the article below about the current state of Modern Multicultural Germany, includes this brief note:
This article by M. Sattler just appeared at PI News. The author doesn’t mince words, yet this time to an extent that could be used against us when quoted out of context. I take it as a sign of increasing awareness of the uncomfortable truth that it can appear at all, even in these circles.
The translated article from Politically Incorrect:
Today: The Day of the Victims of the Multicoloured Republic
by M. Sattler
[Photo (not shown): Family Father Thomas K. of Bergisch Gladbach, beaten to death for no reason by Turks one month ago]
On the first Sunday of October we remember the victims of the Multicoloured Republic. The number of the dead and raped, the beaten, threatened and humiliated has increased yet again this year. As always, the victims are almost without exception Germans, the perpetrators almost without exception invaders from the Middle East and Africa settled here by the state. What has become of Germany?
The Day of the Victims of the Multicoloured Republicis a day of commemoration, but also a day of protest against a dangerous, irresponsible social experiment, which demands its blood toll every day anew. The “Multicoloured Republic” project is no longer just an airy-fairy reverie of stoned hippies. In many places in Germany, it has become the gruesome, bloody reality whose extent is still carefully hushed up by the propaganda press.
Listing the names of all of past year’s dead and raped, beaten and humiliated, is hardly possible anymore — they are too many. The death on the way home as happened a few weeks ago in Bergisch Gladbach, the rape out in the road in broad daylight as occurred recently in Höhenkirchen near Munich, rape and death while jogging in the city park as was the case just now in Leipzig — all of this is a somber everyday routine in the new, multicoloured Germany of today. When have there ever been such violent, anarchic times in the history of Germany?
Not to be forgotten are the victims of emotional distress: All those who have to bear the invaders’ insults and abuse, who have to lower their heads in silence when being called “dirty pork eaters” or “German slut”. The female teacher standing in front of a class of bawling invader children who curses her profession, which she practiced once with much joy. The young woman opting for long pants instead of a skirt in summer out of fear of being groped by some random Middle-Eastern ne’er-do-well with his oily fingers. The young German applicant not getting the job in public service, because there is an invaders’ quota to fill, and our criminal state has returned to judging people by their race rather than their achievements. These people, too, are victims of the Multicoloured Republic.
About all these realities in Germany the propaganda remains silent. Of the German casualties of the Christmas Market attack in Berlin, which an Arab piece of filth is accountable for, we still have to cumbersomely gather the names from the internet. No mayor will ever name a street square after them — they are just dead Germans and not dead Turks*. The criminals in the chancellor’s office, the criminals in the cartel parties, the criminals in the publishing houses — they all are organizers of the great silencing, when the somber reality doesn’t fit into their jubilant, multicoloured propaganda.
Everybody may find his or her own way to remember the victims of the Multicoloured Republic today: A moment of silent contemplation, a thought towards their loved ones, lighting a candle in the window. Or less tolerant, less meek: An angry email to the Migration Office’s fine people who settle the invaders in our country. A sign of protest to the dear preacher’s daughter who preaches every Sunday about her Arab gold treasures, but never has a word to spare for their victims. This doesn’t make the dead come back to life, nor help a raped woman overcome her defilement. But the victims of the Multicoloured Republic deserve that at least one day a year we take the time to show: We have not forgotten you, we will never forget you, we know who the perpetrators behind the perpetrators are, and we accuse!
|*||Refers to the now widespread renaming of public streets and places after foreign victims of crime and violence, and the fact that certain ethnicities enjoy elevated representation through this practice, which really is nothing other than virtue signalling by local politicians.