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“The police are not interested in stigmatizing but rather in educating the public. The impression that we are engaging in censorship is devastating to the public’s confidence in the police. Sharing information about suspects is also important for developing prevention strategies. We must be allowed to talk openly about the problems of this country.” – Arnold Plickert, director of the GdP Police Union in North Rhine-Westphalia, quoted by Soeren Kern in “Germany’s migrant rape crisis: Where is the public outrage?” – Gatestone Institute, Oct. 26th, 2016.
“It’s time we stop ignoring children who are being beaten and threatened at a place where they should feel safe… It’s time we stop making exceptions for abuse against Canadian girls, just because the perpetrators are from a particular part of the world… And, it’s time we stop allowing political correctness to put our children in harm’s way.” – Faith Goldy, RebelMedia, “Migrant violence uncovered at MORE schools across Canada” (part of a series) – Oct. 3rd, 2016.
“An example of how the Press Council’s restrictions distort reporting on migrant crime can be found in the October 2 rape of a 90-year-old woman outside a church in downtown Düsseldorf. The Hamburger Morgenpost reported that the perpetrator was a ‘homeless 19-year-old’ (obdachlosen 19-Jährigen). Düsseldorf Police described the suspect as ‘a Southern European with North African roots.’ The newspaper Bild later revealed that he is actually a Moroccan with a Spanish passport who is well known to German police as a serial shoplifter and purse-snatcher.” – Soeren Kern, “Germany’s migrant rape crisis: Where is the public outrage?” – Gatestone Institute, Oct. 26th, 2016.
“Nothing better describes the present state of Germany than the sad fate of Maria Landenburger, a 19-year-old girl, murdered at the beginning of December. A member of a refugee relief organization, Landenburger was among those who welcomed migrants in 2015. She was raped and murdered by one of the people she was helping. Her family asked anyone who wanted to pay tribute to their daughter to give money to refugee associations, so that more refugees could come to Germany.” – Guy Milliere, “The suicide of Germany” – Gatestone Institute, Dec. 26th, 2016.
“Public spaces in Germany have become increasingly perilous. Migrants have assaulted German women and children at beaches, bike trails, cemeteries, discotheques, grocery stores, music festivals, parking garages, playgrounds, schools, shopping malls, taxis, public transportation (buses, trams, intercity express trains and subways), public parks, public squares, public swimming pools and public restrooms. Nowhere is safe.” – Soeren Kern, “Germany’s migrant rape crisis: Where is the public outrage?” – Gatestone Institute, Oct. 26th, 2016.