Tonight is Silvesternacht — New Year’s Eve — in Germany. Since 2015 it has also been Gropin’ & Rapin’ night in major German cities, thanks to all those culture-enriching “refugees” that the Germans have so earnestly welcomed into their collective bosom.
Tonight the city of Berlin is implementing a Silvesternacht strategy that was pioneered in Sweden a year or two ago: “safe zones” for women, no men allowed. I would have thought such a plan violated the country’s constitutional ban on sexual discrimination, but apparently that otherwise sacred rule is subject to flexible interpretation where the behavior of migrants is involved.
As Vlad Tepes said, “This means, of course, that any women not in a women-only safe zone are ‘asking for it’, and sharia is complete.”
A Polish woman named Olga posted the following tweet to tweak the Germans about their difficulties with cultural enrichment:
Polish authorities have set up a special “safe zone” for women in preparation for New Year’s Eve celebrations. pic.twitter.com/0s0eh5yup9
Other German cities are seeing a massively increased police presence tonight. North Rhine-Westphalia, a.k.a. “Moloch-am-Rhein”, is deploying 5,700 officers across the state, including an initial contingent of 1,400 in Cologne. Egri Nök said, “Cologne and the other towns like Essen have the largest police deployment ever.”
‘Safe Zone’ For Women Aims to Stop New Year’s Refugee Sex Attacks in Berlin
New Year’s Eve celebrations in Berlin will see a “safe zone” for women for the first time in the city’s history.
Organizers of the Brandenburg Gate party are hoping to prevent mob attacks similar to those that occurred in Cologne two years ago.
Hundreds of women were attacked by gangs of men with migrant backgrounds during New Year’s Eve celebrations in 2015.
The incident happened after Germany had accepted a record influx of more than one million migrants.
The German capital will this year have a “safety zone” where Red Cross helpers will look after women who feel harassed or threatened.
Additional safety precautions, including a ban on large bags, rucksacks, glass bottles and alcoholic drinks, will also be enforced.
Berlin police have issued advice to women attending the celebrations, encouraging them to seek help if they feel threatened and to avoid carrying a valuable bag.
About 500 security personnel will be at the Brandenburg Gate party, as well as more than 1,000 extra police officers patrolling the city.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to turn out for the celebrations.