The cultural enrichment news didn’t abate just because I went on vacation for two days. Below are translations of six recent German-language migration-related news articles.
First, from PolitikStube, a culture-enriching rape in Munich, translated by Hellequin GB:
Munich Luitpoldpark: Arab-looking man raped 57-year-old
On Sunday, March 14, 2021, around 7:40pm, a 57-year-old from Munich was walking in Luitpoldpark. In her testimony she said that she was jostled, grabbed and dragged to the ground by an unknown perpetrator. Although she tried to defend herself against the stranger’s actions, he pulled her pants and underpants down and performed sexual acts on her. The 57-year-old drew attention to herself with calls for help and so the unknown perpetrator abandoned further plans when a passerby approached. The unknown perpetrator was able to flee in an unknown direction. Search measures for the unknown perpetrator were negative. The 57-year-old was slightly injured on her hands and knees.
The unknown perpetrator can be described as follows: Male, 170cm-175cm [5’9”] tall, 20-30 years of age, Arab appearance, black-brown eyes, slim, black, strong, straight hair, parted on the sides, sideburns, big nose; dressed in a dark or black jacket, silver-colored zippers, dark or black jeans Has anyone witnessed anything in the Luitpoldpark during the specified period that could be related to this incident? People who can provide relevant information are asked to contact the Munich Police Headquarters, Kommissariat 15, Tel. 089 / 2910-0, or any other police station.
Insanity is becoming normal. Migrants celebrated with a campfire in the middle of Stephansplatz, directly in front of the Cathedral, and danced for hours without [Interior Minister Karl] Nehammer’s “Corona hunters” intervening.
“Persian New Year”: Migrants light bonfire undisturbed in the middle of Stephansplatz.
On Sunday, hundreds of migrants celebrated the Persian spring festival on the Stephansplatz of Vienna. At the end of the event, there were riots.
Immigrants provoke with a celebration in front of St. Stephen’s Cathedral
In the night between March 20 and 21, for more than 3,000 years in several Oriental lands, the day and night “Nouruz” marking the beginning of spring has been celebrated. In Austria, up until now, there has been no public Persian New Year’s celebration. That changed, however, last Sunday. The migrants are becoming more and more self-confident and drove from the urban districts into the center of the city, so that the rest of the local population could participate in their activities.
Police do not intervene in spite of Corona violations and campfire
On the same evening, numerous videos were spread on different social media platforms, in which loud shouts, music, and scenes of violence could be viewed. The migrants danced in close embrace and often without masks, and lit a fire in the middle of Stephansplatz. The police at no time intervened. Where were the strict distance-monitors and mask enforcers, where there were thousands of reports for exactly the same offense?
Omnipresent was the flag with the emblem of the banned Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) and a portrait of its founder, Abdullah Öczalan, sentenced to life in prison. Once more, Vienna is a venue for foreign differences.
Turks against Kurds: Celebration escalates into fighting
No wonder that after a while passersby, presumably of Turkish origin, began to disturb the reported “demonstration”. According to witnesses, homophobic statements were made, as the “tweet” of an activist who was present shows below. The Revolution eats its own children.
Rise up 4 Rojava Wien tweet:
Toward the end of the Newroz celebration, there were attacks against LGBTQ comrades. They were carrying a rainbow flag and were thus subjected to homophobic insults and were physically attacked.
We stand against heterosexist attacks and express our solidarity to those affected.
Nehammer’s police, however, were satisfied with how the evening went.
“The demonstration was basically peaceful. At the end of the gathering, there was just a short disruption. This. however, could be rapidly pacified without further incident by the intervention of police. After the end of the demonstration, a man attacked a police officer in the course of his duties and was provisionally arrested on suspicion of attempted resisting of the police.”
This article from PolitikStube concerning the notorious Sea-Watch 3 was translated by Hellequin GB: