Culture-Enriching Robbery at the Platform in Herborn

Here’s another report of culturally enriched crime from Germany, this one a daylight robbery in the train station at Herborn.

Many thanks to Egri Nök for translating this article from from

Herborn — Presseportal Blaulicht

Schoolgirl robbed on the platform / important witness is urged to contact police

March 21, 2017

Herborn: After an assault on a 14-year-old schoolgirl yesterday afternoon (March 20, 2017) on platform 2 of the Herborn train station, the criminal police ask for cooperation.

They are also looking for a man who helped the victim and chased the two robbers. This important witness is asked to contact the investigators.

At about 3:40pm, the girl from Siegbach withdrew €30 from her bank account using an ATN, and walked to the train station holding the money in her hand. Shortly before she sat down on a bench at platform 2, she put the bank notes into the rear pocket of her trousers. At this time, the would-be perpetrators were already standing on the platform and must have watched the pupil putting away the money. First, they shouted something in her direction, which she did not understand. Then the pair approached her, and immediately one of them forcefully pushed down her shoulder to prevent her from getting up from the bench. His accomplice simultaneously reached into her pocked and took out the money and her bank card. The 14-year-old resisted in vain, and kicked one of the attackers on the shin. The two released her, ran into the underpass, and then fled in the direction Pumpenfabrik.

The commotion caught the attention of a man on the opposite platform (1), who ran into the underpass and chased the attackers. After a few minutes he returned to the victim and said he had lost sight of them. He asked if the schoolgirl was all right, but she did not want any help at all.

Police are looking for this important witness, who yesterday afternoon (March 20, 2017), around 3:40pm, was standing on the platform of track 1 and chased the attackers. The witness was approximately 25 years old, 170 cm tall, and of strong build. He had short black hair, a full beard, and wore spectacles. He wore a black bomber jacket that had a red ribbon at one of the chest pockets. He is asked to contact Herborn police at tel. (02772) 47050.

The schoolgirl surmises that the two robbers are from Syria or Afghanistan, and appear to be refugees or asylum seekers. She describes the men as follows:

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Make July 1 International Burn Hijab Day

Sandra Solomon is an apostate from Islam. She was raised in Saudi Arabia, and now lives in Canada.

In the following video Ms. Solomon talks about the oppression of women under Islam, and especially the requirement that they wear hijab. She proposes that July 1st be declared “International Burn Hijab Day”.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for recording and uploading this video:

Your Phone or Your Life!

The following news stories describe two separate events that were very similar: both involve the theft of cell phones from German females by culture-enrichers.

Both articles were translated by Nash Montana. The first victim was a little girl, as reported by from

Trio robs 11 year old girl’s cell phone — Who recognizes the offenders?

With the photo from a surveillance camera the police are now on the lookout for three alleged robbers. The crime happened last Sunday (March 19th) around 12:45pm at the subway station Essen-Steele.

The 11-year-old student had her cellphone in her hand when she was spoken to by a stranger. He asked her if he could use her cell phone to make a call. But after the girl had denied his request several times, he kicked her in the knee. At the same time the young man pushed her back, took the iPhone SE from her and ran away.

A witness (16) placed himself in the path of the fleeing man and managed to hold him for a short while. But when two other men, probably partners in crime, came to help the first one, the 16-year-old had no chance.

Report to the police in Essen

The trio took the stairs towards the bus terminal, and then they ran towards Steele’s Innercity [district]. While they were fleeing this picture was taken by a surveillance camera.

The investigators are asking: Who knows these young men? Who can give any information as to where they live? Tips may be phoned in to the youth investigative division at 0201/829-0

The second incident occurred a few days later in Cologne, and the victim was older. From PolitikStube:

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Islamic Blasphemy Laws Enforced in Europe and America

When Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was in California a couple of weeks ago, she and Bosch Fawstin were interviewed by Democracy Broadcasting about the growing repression of free speech in Western Europe and North America whenever Islam is the topic under discussion:

For previous posts on the “hate speech” prosecution of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, see Elisabeth’s Voice: The Archives.

Ungläubigenschubsen verboten!

The above graphic refers to the incident in Dresden last week when two culture-enrichers pushed a local Dresdener onto the tracks at a railway station when the train was coming (see the translated articles here and here).

The German authorities are convinced that they only need to improve their educational outreach to the “refugees”, to help the newcomers understand which behaviors are considered unacceptable in Germany. To that end, they keep producing new signs with pictograms instructing the “New Germans” about what they must not do — don’t grope the girls, don’t urinate in the flowerpots, don’t defecate in the showers, etc.

So the pictogram above is designed to be placed on the pillars along the platform at the railway station in Dresden. (Yes, it’s satire — but only just barely.)

Egri Nök provided the title for this post. It means “Pushing unbelievers forbidden!” But she notes that schubsen, which means “push” or “shove”, has a nuanced overtone that minimizes the action, making it more like “nudge”. As she says, “This is this obnoxious downplaying word the media use all the time.”

The Plight of Female Migrants in Germany

The following video and article describe the experiences and living conditions of women who live in some of the thousands of German asylum centers.

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:

This is how refugee women live in Germany

Lack of privacy, post-traumatic stress and bad living conditions: For the first time a study shows the difficult living circumstances of women refugees, and the study shows some clear solutions.

Bad living conditions, psychological stress, add to that violence and discrimination: female refugees have many negative experiences in Germany. This is shown now in a study by the Charité that was introduced last Tuesday in Berlin.

The study gave first insights into the lives of fleeing women, and shows how the potential for integration could be utilized more, Integration Minister Aydan Özoguz (SPD) said in a foreword to the study.

For the project, 639 women from five cities and counties in reception centers were studied. They were asked about their experience of their flight, as well as their living circumstances once they arrived in Germany.

Tension due to not enough room

The large majority of refugee women in Germany are between 17 to 39 years old and come from Syria, Afghanistan or Iraq. They feel stressed due to the bad living conditions in German reception centers. Their most prominent claim is that there are too many people living in too small a space, and therefore there is no privacy, which often leads to tensions among people.

More than two-thirds of the women are married or in partnerships. 81% say they have children. About 60% of the Syrian and the Afghan women were accompanied by their children when they fled. About every third or fourth woman from Eritrea and Somalia came alone to Germany.

They primarily fled from war, terror and danger to their lives, but also out of hunger or fear of abductions, violence and torture. Post-traumatic stress caused by what other people have done to them weighs especially heavily, the authors write. Much more heavily than natural catastrophes or a lack of nutrition.

Along with these problems, according to the study, there are specifically female reasons for fleeing that add to it, such as sexual violence, fear of honor murder, or forced marriage.

In Germany the women therefore first and foremost seek safety and stability. But this desire is not fulfilled most of the time: “Repeatedly women report experiencing discrimination in refugee centers, but also elsewhere.”

A climate of no respect

More than one quarter of the women, 26%, say they are being discriminated against due to language, the way they look or religion. Especially the hijab as an obvious symbol is often a point of animosity.

Furthermore, there is a climate of lack of respect, as 21% of the women report. They report of violence in the refugee centers. “Often women do not feel safe in the refugee centers,” one author writes in the study.

Often their direct surroundings are a problem “Women in various centers tell us of severe abuse from their husbands in Germany,” the study states.

About half of the women evaluated their living conditions in Germany as mediocre. More than half of the women said their living conditions were poor, or very poor. And hygienic conditions are also deficient.

Many of the women said the separation from their children causes severe psychological stress. And many women also expressed the worry that in Germany families aren’t as valued as where they come from.

Less than 10% receive psychological treatment

The survey shows more than one third of the women lament about poor medical treatment in the centers. Less than 10% report they’re receiving psychological treatment. At the same time most women say that they do not seek psychological treatment or help and that instead they withdraw.

The majority of the refugee women have received a little bit of education, and about every sixth woman is assumed to be illiterate. Only 6% of the women in the survey have a professional education, and about 9% are post-graduates.

Their willingness to integrate themselves into the jobs market is high. Over one third of the women, 38%, reported that they want to study or work within the next five years.

“With that they see an independence from the government as well as from men as well as a relief from their roles as ‘submissives’,” the authors write.

Special protection for women is necessary

In light of the results of this study, the researchers gave a few recommendations. In order to push integration into society and the jobs market forwards, access to language courses has to be made easier. And psychological counseling should be made more accessible as well, with more offers.

An improvement of the psychological well-being of the women would lead to a faster family reunification.

Furthermore, the women should be supported more by translators who speak their mother tongue and through other helpers. In the worst-case scenario, life-endangering diagnostic assessments could be made because of lack of adequate translations. Especially with languages that aren’t very common and rare, a telephone or a video translation could help.

Also women who are in special need of protection should receive more attention. For instance single mothers, victims of torture, or heavily traumatized women. And women who travel alone should be housed separately.

The translator appends this afterword:

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Gates of Vienna News Feed 3/25/2017

In the North London borough of Islington, two men carrying knives rounded a corner at high speed in a car and ran down a group of pedestrians waiting in line to enter a pub. At least three people were injured, and the two men were arrested. Police said the incident was not connected with terrorism.

In other news, a man went on a shooting rampage on a bus in Las Vegas, firing indiscriminately at passengers. One person was killed, and a second wounded. The gunman, who is thought to have mental problems, surrendered to police after a four-hour standoff. Police said the incident had no apparent connection with a nexus of terrorism.

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A New Police Fortress for Rinkeby

As we reported earlier this month, for a while it seemed that there would be no new police station built in Rinkeby, a notorious culturally enriched suburb of Stockholm. The neighborhood was just too dangerous — no contractor was willing to submit a bid. The risk of vandalism and assault would, at the very least, have required armed guards on the site 24/7.

However, in the past two weeks these difficulties have apparently been overcome. A new heavily armored police station will be built, but for their own protection the police officers who work in it may have to be driven to and from the building, rather than take public transportation.

Many thanks to Linda Andersson for translating this article from Fria Tider:

The new police building in Rinkeby

Police officers may get a lift to the new police station in Rinkeby

Published March 21, 2017 at 20:30

DOMESTIC. The new police station in Rinkeby is going to be built after all. But police officers are worried about how the working environment should be in the violent immigrant area. Therefore, they may be offered a lift to the station.

The planned police building in Rinkeby sounds more like a military installation. Bulletproof windows, walls reinforced with sheet metal and fencing around it. This is what it will look like, the newspaper In the Middle of Stockholm reported.

In addition, the building is classified as protected, which means that you can get a year in prison if you so much as photograph it.

According to In the Middle of Stockholm, however, there are problems. Police officers are worried about what the working environment will be like.

Those who will be working in Rinkeby do not want to use public transport and take the subway. It’s too dangerous. One suggestion is secured parking for the private cars of police personnel. Another is that the police will be driven back and forth from work. Local Police Area Manager Niclas Andersson hopes, however, that it will not be needed.

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Culture-Enriching Lunacy With a Hammer

More madness yesterday in Hamburg. Many thanks to Egri Nök for translating this report from Die Welt:

Hamburg hammer attack: smashes cyclist on the head

March 24, 2017

Shock for a cyclist in the Bergedorf district of Hamburg: Friday morning, the 59-year-old was attacked by a man who may have been mentally ill.

Friday morning, 7 o’clock: A 59 year old is cycling down the Curslacker Neuer Deich street towards Bergedorf, when suddenly a man approaches him. According to Hamburg Police, this man, a 31-year-old Afghan, briefly addressed the man — and then unexpectedly smashed a hammer against his head.

But the cyclist was able to flee and notify police. The investigators found the alleged attacker in his apartment. The trail of blood led the officers there. The man was arrested, and the suspected weapon was discovered under a kitchen cabinet in the apartment and secured. Additionally, the clothes of the 31-year-old were blood-stained, and moreover the cyclist’s description of the attacker fit him.

“The suspect is possibly suffering from a mental illness,” a police spokeswoman says. The injured cyclist was taken to the hospital, but since then was able to be discharged. The Afghan will be arraigned to the committing magistrate. Investigations are ongoing.

Paul Weston on the Westminster jihad attack: “Our politicians are on their knees before Islam”

Paul Weston is a British-based writer who focuses on the damage done to Western Civilisation by the hard left’s ongoing cultural revolution, which seeks to destroy the Christian, capitalist and racial base of the West. He is the leader of Liberty GB. His website may be found here, and his political Facebook page here. For links to his previous essays, see the Paul Weston Archives.

Gates of Vienna News Feed 3/24/2017

President Donald Trump approved the final stage of the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which will bring crude oil from Canada to the United States. Mr. Trump’s action reverses the 2015 decision of the Obama administration to halt construction of the pipeline.

In other news, the latest reports on the London jihadi Khalid Masood — who was a convert to Islam himself — say that he strongly pressured his teenage daughters to follow their father’s example and convert to Islam.

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Meet the Face of the AfD in Kiel

The head of the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany) in Kiel is an immigrant from West Africa named Achille Demagbo. That must make heads explode amongst the Gutmenschen in Germany. In the U.S.A. he would be called an “Uncle Tom” or a “traitor to his race”.

Many thanks to Egri Nök for translating this article from the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung:

Mr. Demagbo of the AfD

The head of the AfD party in Kiel deems multiculturalism a failure. Not an unusual opinion for his party. But Mr. Demagbo is from West Africa. How is that compatible?

by Philip Eppelsheim
March 19 2017

[photo caption: Achille Demagbo says, orderliness and discipline have been second nature to him from childhood on.]


  • a dark skinned immigrant from Africa is chief of the AfD in Kiel. How is that compatible?
  • Conservative right and dark-skinned. A contradiction? Visiting the chief of the AfD in Kiel, Achille Demagbo.

Achille Demagbo is 36 years old. Born and raised in Benin in West Africa. He has been living in Germany for 13 years now. He came to study. Linguistics. Meanwhile, he became a German citizen, and works as an interpreter. Demagbo is also a founding member and head of the AfD in Kiel. What does a black African want with this party?

Demagbo believes that his political viewpoints have always been part of his personality. “Certain values” have been part of him since childhood, “particularly orderliness and discipline.” His parents both worked as teachers; they worked their way up from the humblest beginnings. They raised Demagbo, his sister, and his three brothers strictly. Very strictly.

Demagbo says he became interested in the humanities when he was still a student, especially philosophy and sociology. “I noticed back then that the German thinkers, the German philosophers, are particularly rational, particularly systematic in presenting their ideas.” Demagbo fell in love “with German thinking”. With Immanuel Kant and also with Friedrich Nietzsche.

Political reality simply had been “pushed to the left”

Speaking of his start in Germany, Demagbo says that people helped him a lot. Teachers, fellow students, even strangers to whom he spoke in the pub to have conversations in German. To learn the language, to come closer to the culture. “I met many people who were very open-minded.” This moulded him in a positive way. He felt like a German; he was glad to belong. “Germany is my second homeland,” says Demagbo. He never had problems with racism here. On the contrary: “Germans are not xenophobic. They admire everyone who comes here, acknowledges German culture, and complies with the norms of society.”

But right from the beginning, he noticed that people in Germany are being misled. The first political information he was given was: “You are a foreigner. Be careful. Everyone to the right of the Social Democrats is against foreigners.” Demagbo says he rapidly noticed that it wasn’t true. He also noticed that “political reality” was simply “being pushed towards left”. Thereby, “a vacuum” is forming, “because a large part of the population does not feel they are being represented anymore.” The opinions of the citizens are not being integrated into the political process anymore. As an example, Demagbo cites German entry to the EU: “contrived somewhere behind the scenes”. He speaks of the achievements “which we have, in Germany, being sacrificed on the political altar in favour of leftist political experiments”. “I am against that. The EU is failing, the euro is failing. And multiculturalism has failed, too.”

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Leave Our Mosque Alone!

The following video shows the reaction of Muslim residents in Clichy-la-Garenne (a northwestern suburb of Paris) when police enter their mosque and evacuate so that it can be closed.

From the notes accompanying the original video:

FRANCE — CLICHY — Street prayers and a demonstration after the tense evacuation of a mosque in Clichy-la-Garenne

Occupied illegally since 2015, a place of worship that is to be transformed into a media library was evacuated by the police, despite the presence of the faithful who tried to intervene. The protesters then gathered in front of the town hall.

After the morning prayer on March 22, dozens of CRS [Republican Security Company] began the evacuation of the mosque of Clichy-la-Garenne.

Some 50 people tried in vain to intervene before being forcibly removed.

Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:


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