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Rape of Germany

New Year’s Eve is a time for many things: joy, celebration, gifts, even forgiveness for some people. But...

...this one would be remembered as the one that brought rape into the mix. And rape itself was brought by mobs of North African and Middle Eastern men, who openly hunted German women in the night. They surrounded them, groped them, robbed them and raped them - Ross Douthat reporting for The New York Times.

Yet, despite how horrifying this is, at first the authorities decided to downplay this issue. And all because of the fear to tarnish already not so shiny Angela Merkel’s policy of mass asylum for refugees. 

What’s worse, it seems that German authorities are more interested in policing Germans who protest, than solving what might be the biggest crime in recent German history. The crime against all German people. What do I mean by this? You’ll find out soon enough.

Just last week Angela Merkel rejected a proposal to cap refugee admissions (which topped one million last year) at 200,000 in 2016. That fact alone made me remember how for decades conservatives on both sides of the Atlantic have warned Europe against its generous immigration policies, often pursued in defiance of ordinary Europeans’ wishes, threatening to destabilize the continent.

But, what was talk then, will turn into a bloody fight in the near future. And the rape of German women is a perfect candidate for a role of the breaking point in European society.

Let’s look at the bigger picture here. Migration is a normal and even a healthy process for many countries. It helps to tie nations closer to each other in political, sometimes racial and almost always in cultural sense. However, that process of ethnical ingestion is deadly if left unchecked. Any country will choke on a demographical bone sooner or later if you allow millions of people with completely different cultural heritage, most of whom are young men, to come inside. The natural assimilation takes time and time is what Merkel has denied Germany so radically for the past 5 years.

Such a transformation promises increasing polarization among natives and new arrivals alike. It threatens not just a spike in terrorism but a rebirth of 1930s-style political violence. The still-imaginary France Michel Houellebecq conjured up in his novel “Submission,” in which nativists and Islamists brawl in the streets, would have a very good chance of being realized in the German future.

These sexual assaults on New Year’s Eve are simply pieces of a bigger crime I mentioned above. It’s the rape of all the Germany. And not by hoards of some barbarians, but by own political figures such as Angela Merkel and her supporters.

If a saying ‘The history repeats itself’ is true, then Europe will fall like the Rome of old, shall people like Merkel decide its fate in the near future. That’s the only reason why she and others like her must go — so that her country, and the continent it bestrides, can avoid repeating history and paying too high a price for her high-minded folly.

EXPERT OPINION

Joshua Tartakovsky

So let’s see. We have already seen the arrival of one million Muslim migrants, many of them men without families, and that already is resulting in mass rape throughout Europe. Now Merkel wants to bring around a few more million.

The few possible explanations for this which makes any sense are that either she really needs cheap labor, but then this does not really explain, since more sexual attacks are not good for anyone, or she is seeking to turn the state even more authoritarian, to render it into a full out police state responding to a crisis and street violence, while a declining middle class will focus on ethnic issues and civil strife will ensue - rather than focusing on the awful state of the economy.  In other words, the migration crisis serves as a distraction from the social issues and gives the state an excuse to become more authoritarian and place police on the streets, besides the fact that there are profiteers who will benefit from clashes and small  (or big?) wars. With China stagnating, more wars and crises mean more profit for some. Added to this is the fragmentation of the German and other European people and their atomization which serves well for the market.

But whatever case it may be, with her pro-migration stance, and her insane policies of not even screening fully who comes in, Merkel is turning against her citizens, especially of the female sex. And that she is doing this, despite all political and common sense, means we need to work harder to understand why and what Europe may turn to in the coming years.

It’s an urgent time to raise tough questions and not be suppressed by political correctness. There is no time to lose.

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