Flags Of Imperial Germany Waved As Protests Against Migrants Intensify Post Cologne

Finally, after constant criticism of her pusillanimity in the wake of the attacks on women in Cologne, the pro-migrant German Chancellor Angela Merkel has spoken up strongly against the New Year’s Eve attacks that shocked the world.

Coming under fire for her myopic secular stand that overlooks criminal actions committed by refugee groups in her country, the Chancellor has turned away from her earlier “we will manage this” stand to accepting that those breaking the law will be deported.


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German anti-migrant demonstrators at Cologne’s train station. ROBERTO PFEIL/AFP/Getty Images

Germany is now home to over 1.1 million refugees who are seeking asylum in the country after fleeing war-torn areas in the Middle East. Among the refugees are high numbers of North Africans.

An overwhelming majority of these refugees are males, yet the Liberal-Secular media is trying to put the notorious consequences of having an all-male group of migrants from a polar opposite culture under the rug.




It was particularly distressing when a leaked police account of the Cologne violence came out.

Compiled by North Rhine-Westphalia’s Federal Criminal Bureau, the report said that the “attackers stuck their fingers through the tights and the underwear of their victims, they were surrounded on all sides, grabbed and fingered.”


Merkel has now stated that any refugee handed a jail term – even if it was a suspended sentence – should be kicked out of the country.

“If the law does not suffice, then the law must be changed.”

The police, too, tried to initially suppress the incident but now says that they have filed close to 516 complaints related to the New Year’s Eve incident, of which 40 per cent are allegations of sexual assault.

“Cologne has changed everything, people now are doubting,” said Volker Bouffier, vice president of Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party.

But the police has made no arrests further infuriating anti-migrant groups in the country.

As videos of that horrific attack on women surface, angry Germans have started waving flags from the era of the German Empire.




Nationalistic Germans identify more with the Reich War Flag, which looks like this:


War Ensign


Justice Minister Heiko Maas said that the violence was organised. “For such a horde of people to meet and commit such crimes, it has to have been planned somehow,” he told Bild am Sonntag newspaper.

Merkel’s open door policy is now being censured severely by her own party members. Those condemning the Cologne assault on women are pointing at the civilizational disconnect between Europe and countries of Middle East and North Africa.


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A man holds up a sign reading “No violence against women”. ROBERTO PFEIL/AFP/Getty Images


Nazir Afzal, former Chief Crown Prosecutor of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) for North West England, pointed out that the unusually high number of single male refugees is a problem that will result in similar cases in European countries giving them refuge.

Most importantly, he points at the ideological and cultural difference between the two societies and warns:

“If they come from a country where women do not enjoy the same rights as men, or where homophobia is rampant, they will bring those moral codes with them. We have to be prepared for that — to acknowledge it, and to fight it. We can’t just pretend it isn’t happening.”

A very angry social media has called for the immediate deportation of all migrants. Some pointed at the disconnect between the civilizations.


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