Following the recent media reports of the Muslim ‘assaults’ in the German city of Cologne on New Years Eve, a number of Alternative Media websites, like VETERANS TODAY being one example, have expressed the view that the assaults on what are now believed to be dozens of women – were not only organised, but a ‘False Flag’ event.
Going on what has been reported upon, even by mainstream sources, on the surface it does appear as though these attacks were not random events, but were in some way ‘coordinated’ and planned in advance.
“Something like that does not come from nowhere, there must be someone behind it,” said the German Minister of Justice, Heiko Mass, who went on to say, “It seems like everything was planned in advance.”
Which, if taken on it’s own would be the view of one man only, and hardly qualifies it as a ‘False Flag’, at least not as most people perceive FF’s to be.
However, when non-official spokespersons and independent witnesses have claimed that during the attacks, the police were “standing around with their hands in their pockets, while nightclub bouncers came to the aid of the women being groped and robbed,” it does appear that something is not quite right with this picture.
With that in mind, would it be safe to assume that not only were the police standing around, apparently uninterested in more than a hundred separate incidents, but undercover police officers were likely to have been involved in the assaults as well?
And if that is true, which according to a number of witnesses is indeed the case, then what possible reasons could there be for this to have occurred?
Is it as simple as what is being alleged on various websites and social media accounts, that these events were staged by the police and coordinated with the media having full knowledge, simply to build on the already existing feelings of resentment towards refugees ?
Was it to build further on the hysteria that already exists, not only among the German people, but the whole of Europe, and not only against refugees, but Islam itself?
“The best protection is not an arms length, but the whole Mediterranean”
Now here is where it gets confusing, because for any or all of the above to be true, why then, were the same police force, less than a week later, being shown across the mass media using every available resource available to them, including water cannon, against groups of protesters who had gathered to voice their anger against the New Year sex attacks?
Officially, it was reported as being a response to “Far-Right Pergida demonstrators, who had been throwing missiles at the police and had refused to pull back”, which would not make any sense if the intention of the New Years sex attacks were to whip up anti-immigration (Muslim) feelings among Germans by the authorities ….
And wasn’t Frau Merkel herself visibly outraged over these disgusting attacks and sexual assaults?
Wasn’t she quoted as saying to the mayor of Cologne, Henriette Reker by phone, that: “everything must be done to find the perpetrators as quickly and comprehensively as possible and punish them, regardless of their origin and background?”
Since the attacks, women have made more than 90 criminal complaints to the police about harrassment by gangs of men at Cologne’s main railway station on New Years Eve.
Both witnesses and police have said that the men were of ‘Arab or North African appearence’, and upwards of 300 women demonstrated against the attacks near the scene holding placards which read: “Mrs Merkel! Where are you? What do you say? This alarms us?”
There is little doubt that these attacks occurred exactly as they were reported, not only in Cologne, but women were also targeted in Stuttgart and Hamburg the same night.
One woman was raped, and many more were assaulted, including a volunteer policewoman and a 15-year-old girl and her mother outside the railway station, although it must be said, that the majority of the crimes reported were of robbery.
Eight suspects were detained and it was reported that: “They were all asylum seekers, carrying copies of their residence certificates”.
Although the mainstream media are trying to play down the attacks, citing in one instance: “that the area has long been viewed as a notoriously dangerous area when it comes to pickpockets and theft”, but the sexual harrassment is a completely new element, and one that the media are finding difficult to cover up.
They do acknowledge however, that the attacks do appear to have been organised, agreeing that around 1000 ‘young men‘ arrived in large groups, seemingly with the sole intention of attacking local females.
If the attacks were confined to one country, then an organised ‘False Flag’ event could offer a possible explanation, but as the assaults occurred in a number of locations, and not only in Germany, but in Swedish Malmö, Katlstad and Kalmar in Sweden, and on the same night – the chances of it being a False Flag event are decreased substantially.
According to RT.COM, a number of similar incidences were reported in the Sydsvenskan newspaper, after reports emerged that Swedish police had been accused of ignoring sexual harrassment at a Stockholm music festival earlier that week.
Gangs of unattended young men, in groups of between eight and ten in number, and believed to be from Afghanistan, molested a number of women in Malmö, but dispersed and disappeared upon spotting police officers who had attended. Similar cases were reportedly prevented in other parts of the city before any real harm was done, and it has not been reported whether any of the women have filed official reports.
What was reported, however, was that this type of ‘Gang Harrassment‘ was previously unheard of in Malmö.
Gang attacks of this type have been recorded elsewhere though, in the Arab world it is now so prevalent it has become a phenomenon, and even has a name, ‘Taharrush Gamea’.
The name of this thoroughly unpleasant practice, translates as ‘Collective Harrassment‘, and is carried out by large groups of men who sexually assault lone, or small numbers of women, by groping, assaulting them, or in a number of incidences, raping them.
The group of men first surround their selected victim in circles. Some of the group then sexually assault them, while others, not directly involved, simply watch or divert outsider’s attention to what is going on.
So would that explain the ‘organised’ and ‘coordinated’ nature of the attacks as described by eyewitnesses?
And what about the witness reports that claimed: ‘the police were standing around with their hands in their pockets’, doing little to assist the victims or to arrest the perpetrators?
Would this report from RT.COM go some way to explaining that German law enforcement officers were unable to tackle crimes of this nature head-on, as they were wary of being accused of using ‘excessive violence or racism’ ?
Were a number of incidents perpetrated by migrants being played down purposely, or hidden altogether in order to maintain desirable crime statistics?
It would certainly appear to be that way, if a German federal police officer is to be believed, when he said: “One asylum seeker wanted to cut his fellows throat. But the crime scene report included only ‘severe injuries’ rather than a murder attempt.”
The officer went on to say that in his view the crime rate among refugees far exceeds that of the local population, and during the previous months, he had only secured a single criminal charge, and that was against a German, while the majority of criminal suspects were refugees.
Referring to the incidences of harrassment against women, similar to that that took place in Cologne on New Years Eve, the officer said that such cases were widespread in Bavaria as well.
“At the train station, women were sexually harassed and verbally offended on a regular basis. When we speak of an entry ban [to the area], they would shout at us: ‘You are not my police, you are a racist.'”
Whenever a refugee needs to be controlled, the police cannot arrest him, or even detain him for a short time, citing ‘superior orders‘ which prevented coercive actions. “Our rules [orders] are: “Better to let him run away”.
The sexual elements of these attacks are not even confined to Germany, as similar incidences in Sweden were recorded the same night, and there is too much available evidence, to dispute the simple fact, that much of Europe is now enduring what has been described as a ‘Rape Epidemic‘ and in the countries which have the highest populations of migrants.
So is it safe to assume, that although not new, are the recently reported sexual assaults on women throughout Europe a by-product of the high levels of immigration into Europe?
“You have to say it all when you say that Europe is now a place where women have lost their perennial fight for decency because the indecent alone live” Page 82: Catholic Digest, December 1945
The quote above is a reference to the horrors of the ‘8 to 80’ practice that was visited on the German population by the allies following the end of World War Two, where any female between those ages were systematically raped, many to the point of death.
“Many a sane American family would recoil in horror if they knew how our boys conduct themselves, with complete callousness in human relations over there” TIME MAGAZINE, October 2nd 1945
There are still Germans alive who can recall with clarity, not only the Second World War, but also its aftermath, which for many held far greater horrors than they experienced during the conflict, and horrors which were not only encouraged by the allied powers at the time, but were notably omitted by the mainstream historians, who like the authorities, and the mass media, effectively ‘turned a blind eye’.
Present day Europe of course, is not emerging from a worldwide conflict, where lines sometimes become blurred and conquered countries and their womenfolk are viewed as ‘spoils of war’, and are treated in the most dispicable manner as a result, so comparisons between the two may be unfair – but to increasing numbers of people in Europe, it is certainly beginning to feel that way.
Which is entirely understandable when the official response to the rape of a four-year-old boy, by an undisclosed number of adult men in a ‘Reception Centre’ for migrants in Norway recently was: “The aim of our [Private] Company (Hero) is to help asylum seekers ‘avoid mistakes as they discover Norweigan culture‘. There is no single cultural code to say what is good and bad behaviour because we want a free society. There has to be tolerance for attitudes that may be seen as immoral by some traditional or religious norms’.
Is it any wonder that increasing numbers of Europeans are rapidly losing faith not only in Politicians, but are becoming even more distrustful of the mass media, who are failing en masse to report on the true scale of the problem?
So I will leave this, if I may, with an (in)direct quote from an infamous Libertarian blogger and Twitter stalwart, who tweeted most eloquently:
“Welcome to Europe, where the collective decision has been made, that Mass immigration is of more importance to politicians – than women and children.”