January 6, 2016 - San Francisco, CA – PipeLineNews.org – Less than a week after a coordinated New Year’s Eve attack by over 1,000 Muslim immigrants against women in Cologne, Germany, the city’s mayor Henriette Reker is blaming the victims, essentially saying that those who were sexually assaulted by North African asylees were, “asking for it.”
“Reker proposed a "code of conduct" for young women and girls, "so that such things do not happen to them." An updated version of the current code will soon be available online, the mayor said. Among the guidelines was the suggestion to maintain an arm's length distance from strangers…” [source, Twitter storm as Cologne mayor suggests women stay at 'arm's length' from strangers , Deutsche Welle]
Though Reker was immediately subjected to a withering attack on social media, as of this writing the mayor hasn’t apologized or attempted to further explain her controversial comments taking the side of Muslim sex jihadists over their victims.
Given the state of European politics, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to find out that Reker’s outlandish suggestion is actually somewhat moderate by Continental standards, with the leader of Germany’s Green Party warning citizens not to blame the perps for the crimes they commit.
According to Roth, Europe deserves to be held liable for the “refugee crisis” because it hasn’t sufficiently kowtowed to the demands of the Islamists.
“Claudia Roth, member of the German parliament for the Green party, sees Europe in a deep crisis, not because of the numbers of refugees, but because many member states are trying to shirk their responsibilities concerning those refugees.” [source, Deutsche Welle]
Though Europe is arguably farther down the road towards cultural dissolution than is the United States, the entire governing structure of the West speaks with a single voice on this and related issues, siding with subversive aliens over those of native birth in pursuit of the mad pipedream of multiculturalism.
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