*GERMANY IN CRISIS AS ILLEGAL MIGRANTS THREATEN INTERNAL SECURITY
*CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, THEFT AND RAPE REACH 653 IN COLOGNE ALONE
The former President of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, Hans-Jürgen Papier, has warned that a lawless vacuum is being created in Germany by Angela Merkel’s unilateral decision to suspend EU laws on immigration.
He said Merkel’s decision had resulted in a politically “steered” inflow of illegal migrants.
The former head of Austria’s Office of Protection of the Constitution, Gerd Polli, said the Cologne sex attacks showed that security situation in Germany is out of control.
Polli said that the scale of the crimes in Cologne meant they could no longer be covered up by police and media as before.
The coordinated wave of sex assaults by illegal migrants in cities across Germany on New Year’s Eve, and their cover up by the police and media, indicates that the illegal migrant army coming from Greece and ushered into the country by Merkel in the past few months, has already been allowed to carve out autonomous structures of power and operate with impunity from prosecution.
The number of criminal complaints filed by women in Cologne alone has, in the meantime, risen to 653.
A report by the Ministry of Nordrhein Westfalen includes 13 pages detailing individual cases of assault, rape and theft committed in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.
Women victims filled police stations, trying to file charges, it has emerged.
Even though the regional broadcaster WDR had reporters in the centre of Cologne to cover the New Year’s celebrations as it does every year, the reporters failed to report on the scale of the assaults.
Christian Nitsche, senior news editor at ARD, claimed that there was no evidence of the mass assaults citing police reports.
He overlooks the fact that if mass assaults are happening all around reporters and they are not in the police reports, it is called a cover up. The fact that the police do not report on them, does not mean the assaults did not happen and are not worthy of news coverage. Reporters are also supposed to investigate and find out what is going on around them. If they see chaos, crying women, shocked children on a huge scale, they are supposed to ask some questions and, then, file a report.
It is not clear if Nitsche is cynical or a useful idiot when he claims the ARD did not know about the mass assaults because the chose to make their only source of information are the official police reports. But how this man can be allowed to be a senior editor of the national broadcaster’s main news programme is beyond comprehension. With his lame excuses, Nitsche will just erode what little confidence there is left in the ARD.