In Duisburg and Berlin, the Kids Are All Right… NOT!

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the online news portal Nius. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

In Berlin and Duisburg: elementary school student slashes his friend’s arm, ten-year-olds mistreat animals!

Two serious crimes committed by children: Serious crimes committed by young people occurred independently in Duisburg and Berlin. In Berlin, an 8-year-old girl cut the arm of a 7-year-old classmate with the blade of a pencil sharpener.

As the police announced, “Neither he nor his parents showed any remorse when the matter was clarified. The boy was initially suspended from school for several days.” The police are investigating. [I guess he’s a jihadist in training.]

Mistreatment of animals in Duisburg

In Marxloh in the Petershof in Duisburg, children tortured animals in a brutal way. As WAZ and Der Westen report, three children between the ages of 9 and 10 broke into the social pastoral center in Duisburg’s problem area [is this the same as a “sensitive zone”?] and stoned a chicken to death. They then attacked a goat.

As the portals report, the break-in is the climax of a series of break-ins in recent weeks. Animals keep disappearing. In response, Petershof installed a surveillance camera. The recordings from last weekend were “unbearable”. Killing the chicken and torturing the goat amounts to a “real excess of violence”.

Accordingly, the children are said to have thrown paving stones at the chicken and abused the goat with spades, stones and sticks. The offense is said to have lasted 45 minutes before the Duisburg police caught the children in the act. At that moment, the children were about to use electric hedge trimmers.

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Senegalese Culture-Enricher Runs Wild With a Knife in Saxony

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the online news portal Nius. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Drunk Senegalese in Saxony harasses women and attacks passers-by with a knife

In the community of Gelenau (population 3,000) in the Erzgebirge region of Saxony, a drunk Senegalese man attacked passers-by with a knife on Saturday. As Bild reports, a 41-year-old was wounded and taken to hospital. At around 8:40pm, local police received an emergency call after witnesses saw the man attacking another man with a knife. At the scene, officers found the victim had severe cuts. The attacker was able to escape.

As a police spokesman told Bild, the suspect returned to his home address, an asylum accommodation in the Spinnerei district of Drebach. There the drunken Senegalese was overpowered by a special unit around 9:30pm. Because he was mentally disturbed, he was taken to a psychiatric hospital. [Well, isn’t that a surprise for a change?] The suspected weapon, a knife with a large blade, has not yet been located.

The 36-year-old is now being investigated for grievous bodily harm. The police are also examining evidence that the Senegalese man is said to have harassed several women in the area of a supermarket before the attack.

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Culture-Enriching Arsonist Can’t Be Deported

I posted yesterday about an Algerian culture-enricher who tried to burn down a synagogue in Rouen, and was shot dead by police for his efforts. The unfortunate youth had been ordered to leave France, but could not be deported because he had appealed the order.

Below are three news videos from French TV about events in Rouen. Many thanks to HeHa for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling.

Video #1:

Video #2:

Video #3 (remarks by Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin):

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Liberal Hegemony

Karl-Olov Arnstberg is a Swedish writer, ethnologist, and retired university professor. His essays are posted at his blog, Invandring och mörkläggning. Below is today’s installment of his “Sunday Chronicle”. Many thanks to our Swedish correspondent LN for the translation:

Sunday chronicle: Liberal hegemony

by Karl-Olov Arnstberg

At the international level, the liberal order is characterised by economic openness, i.e. low barriers to trade and investment, relations between states being regulated by laws and institutions such as the United Nations, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and multilateral alliances such as NATO.

At the national level, the liberal order is synonymous with:

  • Democratically elected leaders
  • The rule of law
  • Market economy
  • Religious and social tolerance
  • Human rights

Proponents of a liberal world order do not believe that this dream society arises spontaneously or automatically sustains itself. On the contrary, they believe that the liberal order requires active leadership. They also agree the United States, as the only superpower, is uniquely qualified to take the lead. Because it faces no threats in the Western Hemisphere and is shielded from the rest of the world by two vast oceans, it can intervene in distant countries without jeopardising its own survival. The two fundamental beliefs of liberal hegemony:

  • The United States must remain far more powerful than any other country.
  • It should use its superior military power to defend, spread and deepen liberal values around the world.

In the 1990s, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, history seemed to be moving in the US direction and it was considered easy to spread the American version of liberalism. The victory in the Cold War, the so-called Velvet Revolutions in Eastern Europe and a wave of democratic transitions in Latin America convinced many that liberal democracy was the only logical end point for modern or even postmodern societies.

US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright called the United States ‘the indispensable nation that sees beyond what others do.’ The Washington Post hailed US foreign policy as ‘the landmine that protects civilisation from barbarism.’ Only so-called rogue states, led by dictators and international troublemakers, opposed the exercise of US power, but they were comparatively weak and politically isolated. In any case, they were assumed to be heading for the dustbin of history.

The political scientist Francis Fukuyama captured the zeitgeist perfectly when he argued that the great ideological battles of the past were now behind us and that humanity had reached the end of history. In the future, he said, there would be no struggle or conflict over major issues and consequently no need for generals or statesmen. Fukuyama warned that boredom could be the greatest danger of the future.

The enlargement and deepening of the EU in 1992, and the introduction of the euro as the single currency, fitted into this optimistic narrative. The EU was further proof that democracy, and the gradual development of international institutions, could bring lasting peace between countries that had previously fought bloody wars with each other. Overall, the future seemed bright not only for the United States but also for much of the world. Liberal values were on the rise and seemed to be inexorably pulling the world in the direction American leaders wanted it to go.

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“I Am Afraid to Be an Israeli in Belgium”

An Israeli Jew and his daughter were physically attacked by angry Hamas supporters in the Belgian city of Brugge (known in French as Bruges).

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from the Flemish daily De Morgen:

“It is dangerous to come here.”: Serious violence against Jew who took down anti-Israel poster in Brugge [Bruges] station.

On social media and in the Israeli press, images appear of 64-year-old Israeli, Amnon Ohanah, who was attacked by youths in Brugge. He tells his story.

by Bruno Struys
May 17, 2024

“It is not just verbal abuse or spitting, but now there are also physical attacks, which can end in disaster,” Rabbi Menachem Margolin, chairman of the European Jewish Association (EJA), told the Times of Israel.

The images of a man who was kicked and beaten in the Brugge station have been commented on in the Israeli press and widely circulated on social media.

“Anti-Semitism!” says Antwerp City Council member Andre Gantman (N-VA) on X. “The result of continuous, rabid Israel-bashing!”

“Free Palestine”

The images spread predominantly on Friday, but the incident turned out to have happened on Monday. The 64-year-old Amnon Ohanah had been living in Belgium for seven years and had his 29-year-old daughter for a visit. He was eager to show her our country. On Monday, he took her to Brugge for a tourist visit.

It went well until on the way back in the station, Ohanah reportedly took down a “Boycott Israel” poster.

“A group of people began to shout, “Free Palestine,” he says. “I paid them no attention and wanted to leave. And then someone came up to me and broke my jaw. I was able to grab him so that he couldn’t escape. Then the rest of the group came and were kicking me.”

Video was recording

The police arrived, interviewed the man, and took a statement for intentional assault and battery. The police advised Ohanah to go to a hospital for an examination.

The next train was delayed, and while Ohanah and his daughter were waiting, they were again attacked by youths. At that moment, his daughter decided to film the violence.

A medical report shows that his jaw is, indeed, broken, his ribs bruised, and he has abrasions to his legs and arms. Ohanah is unable to work for a week.

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More and More Migrants go on the Dole in Germany

According to the latest government statistics, the proportion of migrants among welfare recipients in Germany is now well over 50%. It seems that the “New Germans” are adept at extracting the jizyah social benefits from their hosts.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit:

Migration into the social systems

The proportion of welfare recipients with a migrant background is growing

The number of migrants of German citizenship is constantly increasing. Three federal states particularly stand out. But Germany is not only changing in terms of its social system.

Berlin

The vast majority of citizens’ benefits recipients in Germany have a migration background. Last year their share was 63.1%, reports Welt am Sonntag, citing information from the Federal Employment Agency. According to it, 2.48 million of the total 3.93 million recipients of guaranteed citizens’ income had a migration background. The authorities understand by this to mean people who were themselves or whose parents were born without German citizenship.

According to the federal authority, of those with a migration background receiving the citizens’ allowance, 1.99 million were “with their own migration experience”, 427,000 were “without their own migration experience” and 61,000 were “with a migration background without further details.” 1.83 million people with a migration background did not have a German passport. Accordingly, foreigners made up 46.56% of citizens’ benefit recipients.

One in three people has a migration background)

The proportion of employable people with a migration background, as they are called in the official language, is particularly high in Hesse (76.4%), Baden-Württemberg (74.1%) and Hamburg (72.8%). In addition to the classic unemployed, the category also includes “top-ups” who receive benefits because of an income below the legal subsistence minimum.

The data were collected from a survey of all benefit recipients. 73% took part. Nevertheless, according to the Federal Agency, “a reliable statement about the migration background can be made for the population”.

Over the past decade, the number of people with a migrant background in Germany has increased dramatically. While in 2013 around one in five people had a migrant background, in 2023 it was almost one in three. The number of people without an immigration history fell by 8% to around 58.6 million. During the same period, the migrant share of those eligible for benefits rose from 43% (2013) to the current 63% (2023).

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Culture-Enricher Tries to Burn Down a Synagogue in Rouen

An Algerian culture-enricher tried to burn down a synagogue in the French city of Rouen, but was shot dead by police before he could consummate his heart’s desire.

I haven’t yet seen a name for the alleged would-be perpetrator, so I can’t assign a Mohammed Coefficient to the incident.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from France Bleu:

Attempt to set fire to the Rouen synagogue: “A particularly serious anti-Semitic act,” denounced by Gerald Darmanin

For the Interior Minister, the attempted arson of the Rouen synagogue by a man shot dead by police Friday morning is “obviously an anti-Semitic act,” Gerald Darmanin announced that he was going to decorate the police officer who fired the shot.

Rouen

May 17, 2024

A few hours after the attempt to set fire to the Rouen synagogue by a man shot dead by police, the Minister of Interior, Gerald Darmanin, traveled to the Norman city to address his “support to the city of Rouen, to the Jews of Rouen and of France.” For him, it is “obviously an act of anti-Semitism, which took place at a sacred place for the Republic, a place of worship.”

Gerald Darmanin declared that “this act touches all of us deeply,” expressing regret for the disgraceful, unacceptable violence against French Jews. He stated that “Rouen was not the object of any particular threats.”

The officer who fired the shots will be decorated

The minister wished to salute the work of the firefighters and police who intervened Friday morning and who faced “an individual who was particularly dangerous and violent.”

“This individual, with a large knife, rushed at a young deputy police officer, age 25, who was extremely courageous and professional,” Gerald Darmanin emphasized, who stated that he (the officer) had reason to use his weapon. For that, the officer, placed on limited duty within the framework of an investigation being carried out by IGPN [National Police General Inspection Service], will “be decorated by the Republic for his support given to the protection of places of worship.”

“Personally, I am fed with this criticism of the police. I have decided to decorate this officer because I believe he did his job,” said the minister.

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A Rightly Guided Caliphate in Hamburg

I posted last month about a demonstration mounted by Muslim culture-enrichers in Hamburg, demanding a caliphate in Germany.

The video below was recorded at the same event. A young journalist from Nius attempts to ask some of the demonstrators questions, but is met with a uniform wall of “no comment”. Her job is made even more difficult by the fact that the organizers of the demo want to keep female journalists out.

Many thanks to Brunhilde for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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All Your Gold Are Belong To Us

If there’s one thing that politicians are good at, it’s voting themselves salary increases. However, in the case of the German Bundestag, the raises occur without any need for voting, since the process has been automated.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Without voting

The parliamentary allowances of members of the Bundestag are increasing significantly

Members of the Bundestag can be happy: from July they will receive hundreds of euros more. Some people can be particularly happy. There will be no vote on the increase of the parliamentary allowance.

Berlin

The 734 members of the German Bundestag have received an increase in their diet. From July 1st, their gross compensation will increase to €11,227.20 per month, according to an announcement from the Bundestag Presidium. Accordingly, parliamentarians will receive €635.50 more — plus 6%.

Members of parliament with other tasks, such as Bundestag President Bärbel Bas (SPD), particularly benefit. As compensation for the extra effort, she receives another parliamentary allowances increase. Her five deputies — none of whom belong to the AfD — each receive half an additional parliamentary allowances increase.

Chairmen of committees receive 15% of the monthly €11,227.20. Members’ pension entitlements also increased. As a result of the adjustment, the Bundestag’s expenses will suddenly increase by at least half a million euros.

AfD is against increasing the parliamentary allowance [How dare they, these, these undemocratic racists?]

There was no vote on the parliamentary allowance increase. Since 2014, they have been rising annually with the nominal wage index. The automatic process saves parliamentarians from having to vote on their own wages.

But not all MPs agree with this. The AfD politician Stephan Brandner criticized the “enormous injection of money”. Every taxpayer must fight for a salary increase. His group wants to abolish automatism. “With us taking responsibility, this behavior will come to an end!” [And that’s the crux of the matter, that’s exactly why they want to ban the AfD, besides all the other skeletons they want to keep buried and out of sight while busily digging more mass graves for the natives.]

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Exterminate the AfD!

A man called for the extermination of the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany), and it wasn’t a criminal offense, because it is covered by freedom of speech. However, to say, for example, “Mass Islamic immigration is destroying Germany” is definitely not covered by freedom of speech, and most likely will gain the person who utters it a conviction, and possibly even a jail sentence. So go figure.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit:

Man calls for the AfD to be eradicated — court proceedings discontinued

A man in Augsburg is calling for AfD members to be exterminated. In court, his defense lawyer argues about freedom of expression. The public prosecutor’s office and the judge object, but the proceedings are nevertheless discontinued.

Augsburg

The Augsburg district court has conditionally closed proceedings against a man who had called for the eradication of the AfD. The defendant had to pay €3,000 to a charitable organization and escaped conviction, the dpa news agency reported.

Last year the 33-year-old commented on a post by the AfD Saxony on the short message service which featured a machine gun and the words “defend equality.”

Defense attorney argues with freedom of expression

The public prosecutor saw this as a call to kill AfD members and accused the man of rewarding and endorsing crimes. The district court agreed with this assessment, and initially issued a fine with a penalty order. Since the defendant did not want to accept this, a court hearing took place.

There his defense attorney argued that the comment was covered by freedom of expression. Their client did not want to incite an act of violence. Since both the public prosecutor and the judge saw the posted picture of a firearm as a contradiction of this view, those involved in the trial agreed to discontinue the proceedings under certain conditions. The man now has to pay the original fine of €3,000 not to the state, but to a charitable organization. In this way he avoids conviction.

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Gendarmes Mobilized to Track Down The Fly

As I reported yesterday, a young “French” independent entrepreneur named Mohamed Amra was sprung from penal custody by accomplices on Tuesday and is now in the wind. Two prison guards were killed during the liberation of “The Fly”, and four others were wounded.

The incident has a Mohammed Coefficient of 100%.

Below is a video report about the flight of The Fly. Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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Palestinian Culture-Enricher in Germany Sentenced to Life For Double Murder

Last year a Palestinian migrant in Schleswig-Holstein went on a stabbing rampage on a train, killing two people and wounding four others. He has now been sentenced to life in prison. His lawyer told the court he has PTSD.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the online news portal Nius. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Palestinian killed teenager on regional train near Brokstedt: Life imprisonment for the murderer of Ann-Marie and Danny

In the trial surrounding the fatal knife attack in Brokstedt, Schleswig-Holstein, the Itzehoe regional court sentenced the defendant Ibrahim A. to life imprisonment on Wednesday for murder and attempted murder. The chamber considered it proven that the 34-year-old stabbed two people and seriously wounded four on a regional train in January of 2023.

On January 25, 2023, the 34-year-old stateless Palestinian Ibrahim A. stabbed passengers in a regional express from Kiel to Hamburg near the small town of Brokstedt. The attack killed 17-year-old student Ann-Marie and her 19-year-old boyfriend Danny. Four other people were also wounded, and a 54-year-old later took her own life.

In their plea, the public prosecutor’s office demanded a life sentence and a finding of particular gravity of guilt. The defendant acted out of frustration over an unsuccessful appointment with the immigration authorities in Kiel.

Psychiatric expert: “Ibrahim A. fully responsible”

The trial, which lasted more than ten months and lasted 38 days and involved 97 witnesses and experts, also dealt with the question of whether the defendant was responsible. The defense attorney believes the 34-year-old is not guilty due to a psychotic disorder and is demanding that he be admitted to a forensic psychiatric facility. If the court would not allow this, he pleaded for a prison sentence of ten years for two counts of manslaughter and four counts of dangerous or serious bodily harm. [Where do they find these type of humans, these so called “defense attorneys”? In Do-Gooders Digest?]

A psychiatric expert had denied that Ibrahim A. had psychosis. He is fully responsible. The expert Arno Deister said he saw psychotic symptoms, but no psychosis. There is severe post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The presiding judge Johann Lohmann has already stated that the chamber assumes that the defendant had PTSD at the time of the crime, but not psychosis.

Ibrahim A. grew up in the Gaza Strip and, according to the findings, came to Germany in 2014. He initially lived in North Rhine-Westphalia and later moved to Kiel. Until a few days before the crime, the defendant had been in custody in Hamburg for another crime [Imagine my shock… NOT]. There and later in custody in Schleswig-Holstein he was observed to be unruly. Several doctors reported in court about the suspected diagnosis of psychosis. [It’s called ISLAM. As simple as that.]

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The Head Spook in Thuringia Vows to Stop the AfD

Stephan Kramer is the head of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz, BfV), Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, in the state of Thuringia. I hardly need to tell you that Mr. Kramer’s job description doesn’t include interfering in politics. However, everything is politicized in Germany these days, and the BfV is no exception. Like its counterparts in the USA, it is tasked with doing whatever it takes to prevent “right-wing extremists” from gaining any political power. In Germany, that means stopping the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany).

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Thuringia

When the head of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution becomes the first election campaigner

Thuringia’s President for the Protection of the Constitution, Kramer, is abandoning all mandatory neutrality: “Until election day” he will do “everything” to “defend” against an AfD election victory.

Berlin/Erfurt

The President of the Thuringian Office for the Protection of the Constitution, which is committed to neutrality, Stephan Kramer, has declared himself an important election campaigner for his country.

In the ARD “Report from Berlin”, the 55-year-old said on the question of possible AfD government responsibility that he would “do everything to defend myself against this extremist attack within the scope of my legal possibilities and civic duties” until election day.

The senior official, who is a member of the board of trustees of the left-leaning Amadeu Antonio Foundation, also explained why he was spreading his assessment of the party as right-wing extremist: “We made this public because it is one of our tasks to make voters aware of this danger so that those at the ballot box will hopefully help with their decision to ensure that extremists do not come into government responsibility.” [What I see here is an EXTREMIST, busily helping to destroy a country and people, calling those that want to save the country, its people and culture, extremist. Now that’s what I’d call “calling the kettle BLACK.]

First non-lawyer to be head of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution

Although Kramer is not a lawyer, which is actually a requirement for the office of head of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, the red-red-green state government appointed him to this post in 2015. Kramer was already known for his politically polarizing statements in his previous role as general secretary of the Central Council of Jews in Germany. [Why does a character like Beria come to my mind here?]

Thuringia is governed by a left-wing SPD-Green cabinet led by Minister-President Bodo Ramelow, which has been voted out of office five years ago [after Merkel called from South Africa]. There were never any promised new elections. The CDU tolerates the minority alliance. Regular state elections are scheduled for September 1st. The AfD is clearly ahead in the polls.

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The Fly Has Flown

A culture-enriching “French” entrepreneur nicknamed “The Fly” was sprung from police custody by associates equipped with automatic weapons. Two police guards were killed in the process, and several others were wounded. The Fly is now at large.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from Le Figaro (including late updates):

Prison van attacked in Eure: What we know about the deadly attack

by Esther Paolini
May 14, 2024

The attacked van was transporting Mohamed Amra, nicknamed “The Fly”, a criminal who was closely guarded, most notably convicted of “attempted homicide”. A manhunt is underway to find him.

A major manhunt is in progress to locate several fugitives, including Mohamed Amra, a particularly dangerous prisoner, who escaped in the fatal attack on the prison van that was transporting him near Évreux in Normandy.

At this stage, the attack, carried out with heavy weapons has left at least two dead among the corrections officers, according to a statement from the judicial tribunal in Paris. According to our information, the officers, one born in 1989 and the other in 1972, were working in the court transport center in Caen. “One of them leaves behind a wife and two children, who were to celebrate their 21st anniversary in two days,” stated Eric Dupond-Moretti. “The other leaves behind a 5-months pregnant wife, relatives and friends.” Three other officers are seriously wounded, one of whose condition is critical, and two are hospitalized in relative urgency.

In total, the escort was comprised of five officers, divided between a van and a utility vehicle, a prison source informs us. In a video disseminated on social media, we see at least five men dressed entirely in black firing military weapons at the two vehicles.

Attack on prison van in Eure: Two officers killed, one prisoner escaped

Tuesday, 14 May, the transport van between Évreux and Rouen, the prisoner escaped

The attack took place shortly after 11:00 at the Incarville toll stop.

Not a “particularly notable prisoner”

The attack happened as the prisoner, born in 1994, and sentenced on May 10, 2024 by the Évreux court for burglary, had been removed from his cell at the Évreux Detention Center to appear before an investigating judge at the Rouen Judicial Tribunal in connection with a criminal procedure in which he had been charged for attempted murder. The escape occurred at 10:57 on return from this hearing, at the Incarville toll station. The van was struck from the front by a stolen vehicle, which had passed the same toll station a few minutes earlier, according to a statement by the Paris Prosecutor’s office. Several armed persons came out from a second vehicle that was following the convoy, thus blocking all possibility of escape. The thugs then opened fire with several rounds at the two prison vehicles, the prosecutor’s office states.

The man was not a particularly high-profile prisoner (DPS), but his profile “necessitated a level 3 escort,” stated the Paris national prosecutor.

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