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15.02.16, 11:53 #13241
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Da wird Schweinefleisch schnell mal als ungesund gebrandmarkt; nur damit man nicht merkt das man sich den Muslimen anpasst.
Vom Speiseplan verbannt: Immer mehr deutsche Kitas verzichten auf Schweinefleisch - aus zwei Gründen - FOCUS Online
15.02.16, 12:17 #13242
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nachstehende die Gewaltorgien Januar 16 in Deutschland verursacht durch illegale Sozialschmarotzer aus sicheren Drittlaendern kommend :
In January 2016, the German public appeared finally to wake up to the implications of their government's decision to allow 1.1 million — mostly male — migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East to enter the country during 2015.
After more than a thousand Muslim migrants 5exually assaulted hundreds of women in cities across Germany on New Year's Eve, Chancellor Angela Merkel began to face a rising voter backlash to her open-door migration policy.
Merkel's government has responded to the criticism by: 1) attempting to silence critics of the open-door migration policy; 2) trying to "export" the migrant problem to other countries in the European Union; and 3) announcing a series of measures — branded as unrealistic by critics — to deport migrants accused of committing crimes in Germany.
What Merkel has steadfastly refused to do, however, is reduce the number of migrants entering the country. Despite snow, ice and freezing temperatures across much of Europe, a total of 91,671 migrants — an average of around 3,000 migrants each day — entered Germany during the month of January 2016.
The following is a review of some of the more notable stories about the migration crisis in Germany during January 2016.
January 1. More than a thousand migrants 5exually assaulted hundreds of German women in the cities of Cologne, Hamburg and Stuttgart. The government and the mainstream media were accused of trying to cover up the crimes, apparently to avoid fueling anti-immigration sentiment.
January 1. As Muslim migrants were causing mayhem on German streets, the Minister President of Baden-Württemberg, Winfried Kretschmann, said he could not understand public concerns about the "alleged Islamization" of Germany. In an interview with Die Welt, he said: "If you look at the facts, this fear is unfounded. We have a stable democracy and a free society. State and religion are separated. How should Muslims, who represent a minority, Islamize our society?" When asked why Germans are afraid, Kretschmann replied: "People are afraid of strangers they do not know."
January 1. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimated that 1.3 million asylum seekers would enter the European Union annually during 2016 and 2017.
January 2. A fight between children as young as 11 at a refugee shelter in Stockach near Konstanz turned into a mass brawl after parents of the children joined in the fighting. Police were deployed to restore order. Seven people were injured.
January 3. A 16-year-old Moroccan migrant went on a rampage after a judge in Bremen ordered him to be jailed for stealing a man's laptop at knife-point. On the way from the courthouse to the jail, the Moroccan seriously injured a police officer by kicking him in the face. Once inside the jail cell, the migrant ripped a toilet from the floor and smashed it against a wall.
The chairman of the Bremen Police Union, Jochen Kopelke, said that migrants were attacking city police with increasing frequency: "The tone has become extremely aggressive; sometimes the police must apply massive force to get a situation under control." According to Bremen Senator Ulrich Mäurer, "the excesses of violence against police officers show that these people have no respect for our constitutional order and its representatives."
January 3. More than 50 migrants were involved in a mass brawl at a refugee shelter in Ellwangen near Stuttgart. Police said migrants attacked each other with fire extinguishers, metal pipes, rocks and stones. According to local media, mass brawls have become commonplace at migrant shelters in the area.
January 3. Hans-Werner Sinn, one of the best-known economists in Germany, cited estimates that German taxpayers could end up paying 450 billion euros ($500 billion) for the upkeep of the million migrants who arrived in Germany in 2015. This estimate would presumably double to nearly one trillion euros if another million migrants arrive in Germany in 2016.
January 4. An internal report written by a senior federal police officer revealed chaos "beyond description" in Cologne on New Year's Eve. The report, which was leaked to the news magazine Der Spiegel and published in full by the newspaper Bild, said that women were forced to "run a gauntlet" of drunken men of a "migrant background" to enter or depart the main train station. "Even the appearance of the police officers and their initial measures did not stop the masses from their actions." One migrant told a police officer: "I am Syrian; you have to treat me kindly! Mrs. Merkel has invited me."
January 7. A charity called Refugees Welcome Bonn, which organized a Rhine River cruise as welcoming party for migrants in Bonn, apologized after it emerged that migrants groped and 5exually harassed some female guests during the event.
January 8. The Interior Ministry revealed that of the 32 suspects identified in the Cologne assaults, 22 were asylum seekers. Cologne Police Chief Wolfgang Albers was fired for withholding information about the assaults from the public.
January 9. A vigilante group began patrolling the streets of Düsseldorf to "make the city safer for our women." Similar groups emerged in Cologne and Stuttgart.
January 10. Three teenage migrants from North Africa tried to stone to death two trans5exuals in Dortmund after they were seen walking around in women's clothing. The victims were saved by police, who happened to pass by in a car. One of the victims said: "I never could have imagined that something like this could happen in Germany."
January 11. A 35-year-old migrant from Pakistan 5exually assaulted a three-year-old girl at a refugee shelter in Kamen.
January 12. In an interview with Bild, Frank Oesterhelweg, a politician with the center-right Christian Democrats (CDU), caused a scandal when he said that police should be authorized to use deadly force to prevent migrants from raping German women:
"These criminals deserve no tolerance, they have to be stopped by the police. By force if necessary, and, yes, you read correctly, even with firearms. An armed police officer has a duty to help a desperate woman. One must, if necessary, protect the victims by means of force: With truncheons, water cannons or firearms."Police union leader Dietmar Schilff was irate: "These statements are outrageous and do not help the police at all. There are clear rules for using the service weapon. What would have happened in Cologne if the police had used clubs and guns?" According to Bild, many German police officers are afraid of using lethal force "because of the legal consequences."
January 12. A YouGov poll showed that 62% of Germans believe the number of asylum seekers is too high, up from 53% in November. According to the poll, the growing resistance to immigration was being driven by the hardening of attitudes by German women.
January 13. An Interior Ministry report leaked to Bild warned that jihadist attacks like those in Paris could take place in Germany "at any time." The report said that attacks would likely be spread over several days and against "various target categories."
January 13. A 20-year-old migrant from Somalia was sentenced to four years in prison for raping an 88-year-old woman in Herford. His defense attorneys argued for leniency because, according to them, the man was traumatized by his flight from Somalia. In Gelsenkirchen, four migrants attacked a 45-year-old man after he tried to prevent them from raping a 13-year-old girl.
January 14. The Bundestag, the lower house of the German parliament, approved a plan to provide all refugees with identity cards that will contain information such as fingerprints and country of origin. The cards will be linked to a centralized refugee data system. The plan may be too late: the German government has lost track of the whereabouts of hundreds of thousands of migrants who entered the country in 2015.
January 14. Prosecutors in Cologne said they were offering a reward of 10,000 euros ($11,000) for information leading to the arrest or identification of those who committed the 5exual assaults and robberies on New Year's Eve.
January 14. A Bavarian politician sent a bus carrying 31 refugees on a seven-hour journey to Chancellor Angela Merkel's office in Berlin to protest her open-door refugee policy. Merkel sent the migrants back to Bavaria.
January 14. City officials in Rheinberg cancelled this year's carnival celebrations. Local police said that in wake of the 5exual assaults in Cologne on New Year's Eve, they were unable to guarantee the safety of female revelers.
January 15. A 36-year-old migrant 5exually assaulted an eight-year-old girl at a public park in Hilden near Solingen. A 31-year-old migrant from Tunisia was arrested for attempting to .... a 30-year-old woman in Chemnitz. A 31-year-old migrant from Morocco appeared in court for raping a 31-year-old woman in Dresden. A migrant 5exually assaulted a 42-year-old woman in Mainz. A migrant 5exually assaulted a 32-year-old woman in Münchfeld. An African migrant 5exually assaulted a 55-year-old woman in Mannheim.
January 15. Male migrants were banned from a public swimming pool in Bornheim, near Bonn, after they were accused of assaulting female patrons at the facility.
January 16. Norbert Röttgen, chairman of the foreign affairs committee in the German Bundestag and a lawmaker in Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU), called upon the government to create a Ministry for Migration, Integration and Refugees. He said the migrant crisis had developed into a "primary and permanent task for the state" and is of "decisive importance for the future of our country and Europe."
January 16. A 19-year-old migrant from Afghanistan 5exually assaulted four girls between the ages of 11 and 13 at an indoor swimming pool in Dresden. The migrant was arrested but then set free. A migrant from Syria 5exually assaulted a 12-year-old girl in Mudersbach. A 36-year-old migrant 5exually assaulted an eight-year-old girl in Mettmann.
January 16. A group of between six and eight African migrants ambushed three people leaving a discotheque in Offenburg. The migrants were ejected from the discotheque after female clients complained that the men were 5exually harassing them. After they left, at around 4AM, the migrants attacked them with metal rods, street signs and garbage bins.
January 17. In an interview with Bild am Sonntag, the president of the federal criminal police, Holger Münch, said that the number of crimes in refugee shelters had increased "significantly" since 2015, when the migrant influx began. He said that the migrants mostly responsible were from the Balkans and North Africa, especially Algerians, Tunisians and Moroccans. He added that half the offenses at the refugee shelters were physical assaults, but that there was also a growing number of homicides and 5exual crimes.
January 17. In an interview with the Süddeutsche Zeitung, former Bavarian Prime Minister Edmund Stoiber warned that Chancellor Angela Merkel will "destroy Europe" if she refuses to reduce the number of migrants entering Germany.
January 17. Berlin clergyman Gottfried Martens accused German politicians and church leaders of ignoring the persecution of Christians by Muslims in German refugee shelters. He said that the Christians were facing "verbal threats, threats with knives, blows to the face, ripped crucifixes, torn bibles, insults of being an infidel, and denial of access to the kitchen because of uncleanness."
January 18. A 26-year-old Algerian man was the first person to be arrested in connection with a string of 5exual assaults during New Year's celebrations in Cologne. He was apprehended at a refugee shelter in the nearby town of Kerpen. Cologne's chief prosecutor, Ulrich Bremer, said that nearly 500 women had come forward with allegations of 5exual assault, including three cases of .....
January 18. A 24-year-old migrant from Sudan was released after being held for questioning at a police station in Hanover. After crossing the street, the man, who receives 300 euros ($335) a month in social welfare benefits, dropped his pants and exposed himself in public and shouted, "Who are you? You cannot do anything to me. Whatever I cannot get from the state, I will steal."
January 19. Addressing the European Parliament in Strasbourg, European Council President Donald Tusk warned that the European Union had "no more than two months" to get control over the migration crisis or face the collapse of the Schengen passport-free travel zone.
January 19. A poll published by Bild showed that support for Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc was down 2.5 points at 32.5%, its lowest result since the 2013 election. The poll showed that support for the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) was up 1 point at 12.5%; support for the Social Democrats was up 1 point at 22.5%.
January 19. A 28-year-old migrant from Iran pushed a 20-year-old woman onto the tracks of an oncoming train in Berlin. She later died.
January 20. Bild reported that migrants invaded female changing rooms and showers at two public swimming pools in Leipzig. Migrants, dressed in their street clothes and underwear, also jumped into the swimming pools. According to Bild, the city hall had tried to keep the incidents quiet, but details were leaked to the media.
January 21. More than 200 migrants have sued the German government for delays in processing their asylum applications.
January 22. Facing political pressure over the migrant crisis, Chancellor Angela Merkel met in Berlin with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu to discuss ways to stem the flow of Syrian and other refugees from Turkish shores. She renewed a pledge to provide Turkey with financial support. In November 2015, EU leaders pledged 3 billion euros ($3.4 billion) to Ankara to help care for an estimated 2.5 million Syrian refugees in Turkey; the deal has been delayed by a dispute among EU member states over who will pay.
January 22. A report by municipal authorities in Zwickau that was leaked to Bild revealed that migrants were defecating in public swimming pools. Security cameras also filmed migrants harassing women in the public sauna and attempting to storm the female dressing room.
January 22. Police in Hanover investigated four nightclub bouncers for allegedly beating an 18-year-old Algerian migrant after he tried to steal the purses of two teenage girls. Two days before the incident, the migrant had been sentenced to one year in juvenile detention for robbery, but he was free to roam the streets until his sentence began.
January 22. A migrant attempted to .... a 16-year-old girl in Feuerbach district of Stuttgart, and in downtown Stuttgart, four migrants 5exually assaulted a 23-year-old woman.
January 23. The Süddeutsche Zeitung reported that migrants had attacked women in 12 of Germany's 16 states on New Year's Eve. In addition to the attacks Cologne, 195 women filed complaints in Hamburg; 31 in Hesse; 27 in Bavaria; 25 in Baden-Württemberg; 11 in Bremen; and six in Berlin.
January 23. Two migrants 5exually assaulted an 18-year-old woman in Wiesbaden, and a 35-year-old migrant 5exually assaulted a woman in a restroom on a train in Düsseldorf.
January 23. The Stuttgarter Nachrichten reported that dental work for migrants could end up costing German taxpayers billions of euros.
January 24. An official police report leaked to The Huffington Post showed that Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière was not being truthful when he said that between 100 and 200 migrants are being denied entry into Germany each day. The report stated that since September 14, border police had prevented 7,185 migrants from entering the country — or only about 60 migrants turned away each day.
January 25. A 30-year-old migrant from North African exposed himself to a 19-year-old woman on a public bus in Marburg, and then to passersby at the main train station.
January 26. In an interview with the German public radio, Deutschlandfunk, retired public media personality Wolfgang Herles admitted that public broadcasters receive "instructions from above" when it comes to reporting the news:
"We have the problem that we are too close to the government. The topics we cover are determined by the government. But many of the topics the government wants to prevent us from reporting about are more important than the topics they want us to cover...
"We must report in such a way that serves Europe [the European Union] and the common good, as it pleases Mrs. Merkel. There are written instructions ... today we are not allowed to say anything negative about the refugees. This is government journalism, and this leads to a situation in which the public loses their trust in us. This is scandalous."
15.02.16, 14:52 #13243
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15.02.16, 14:58 #13244
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das ist die Wahrheit ueber das importierte Pack :
Focus Online vom 14.02.2016 – auszugsweise:
[…] Die Polizei in NRW kommt im Jahr 2015 auf fast 78.000 Einsätze allein in Zusammenhang mit Asylunterkünften des Landes. Dabei handelte es sich in rund 90 Prozent der Fälle um Präsenz vor Ort, präventive Aufklärung und Information von Bürgern. Die übrigen zehn Prozent umfassten „insgesamt 7.759 außen veranlasste Einsätze“, bei denen die Polizei „aufgrund eines konkreten Anlasses“ vor Ort war, wie zum Beispiel Hilfeersuchen, Straftaten, Brandmeldungen oder politisch motivierte Straftaten, erklärte ein Sprecher der NRW-Innenministeriums gegenüber der „Welt“. Der weitaus größte Anteil der polizeilichen Einsätze hatte „daher präventiven Charakter, um die Präsenz und Ansprechbereitschaft der Polizei deutlich zu machen“.In dem der „Welt“ vorliegenden Bericht wurden im Dezember 2015 insgesamt 576 Strafverfahren eingeleitet. Bei den Straftaten handele es sich in fast der Hälfte der Fälle um Diebstahl und Körperverletzung. „Festzustellen ist, dass die Taten vornehmlich unter den Flüchtlingen verübt wurden“, heißt es im Bericht. […]Sind doch gerade mal 213 Einsätze am Tag, denn wie wir ja alle wissen, sind „Flüchtlinge“, die in Deutschland Schutz suchen und die vor dem Krieg und Hunger geflohen sind, niemals nicht krimineller als Deutsche. Wer was anderes behauptet, gehört zum Pack. Wie viele Polizeieinsätze waren es deutschlandweit im vergangenen Jahr? Also weiter geht es, Merkel schafft das, und holt täglich noch weitere tausende „Flüchtlinge“ unkontrolliert ins Lager.
15.02.16, 15:09 #13245
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15.02.16, 17:07 #13246
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Ich mag Boris Palmer ziemlich.
War in BW, habe auch einen AfD-Flyer mitgebracht, den ich später einscanne.
In einem kleinen Ort, wo ich war, wird gerade eine Zeltstadt für Dutzende alleinstehender Syrer gebaut. Bezug demnächst. Die schwäbische Volksseele schäumt, wirklich!
15.02.16, 18:59 #13247
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Afghanistan dominiert seit mehr als zehn Jahren den Weltmarkt für Opiate. Im Jahr 2009 stammten knapp 90 Prozent des weltweit gehandelten Opiums aus dem zentralasiatischen Staat. Obwohl in Afghanistan selbst Opiate konsumiert werden, wird der Großteil der Profite außerhalb des Landes erzielt. Die Haupthandelsrouten verlaufen über die Nachbarstaaten nach Europa oder nach Rußland.17 "
Afghanistan | Drogen Macht Welt Schmerz
Ab den Flüchtlingen jemals einer z.B. in den A.fter schaut ??
15.02.16, 22:22 #13248
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Man Google mal Messerstecherei und informiere sich weitergehend, wenn die Täter nicht bereits eindeutig benannt werden. Täter ausschließlich Südländer, Asylbewerber, Großfamilien, rivalisierende Gruppen.
Zwischenzeitlich kann man wohl fast sicher deutsche Täter ausschließen.
16.02.16, 03:55 #13249
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16.02.16, 04:07 #13250
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Zahlen sind nüchtern deshalb sagen sie mehr aus als die 'emotionalen' Beiträge in diesem Thread.
Deshalb ganz interessant die Langzeitstudie bzgl. Arbeitsfindung von Flüchtlingen in der Schweiz:
So viele arbeiten, diese Nationalitäten sind am besten integriert: Flüchtlinge und Jobs ? der grosse Check - Blick
- 54107 Personen mit Flüchtlingsstatus oder vorläufiger Aufnahme befinden sich derzeit in der Schweiz. Doch von 35280 Erwerbsfähigen gehen nur 9194 Flüchtlinge und vorläufig Aufgenommene einer Arbeit nach.
- Wie gross die Job-Lücke bei der Flüchtlingsintegration ist, zeigt folgender Vergleich: Seit Januar 2015 kamen rund 40 000 Asylsuchende in die Schweiz. Im selben Zeitraum haben nur 955 zusätzliche Asylpersonen einen Job gefunden.
- Besonders schwierig ist die Job-Situation für Personen, die noch auf einen Asylentscheid warten. Auch, weil bei ihnen die rechtlichen Hürden für die Annahme eines Jobs am höchsten sind. Das spiegelt sich in der Erwerbsquote wieder. Von 25 803 Asylsuchenden im erwerbsfähigen Alter hatten im Januar nur gerade 290 eine Arbeit. Das sind sogar 102 Personen weniger als noch vor einem Jahr.
- Bei der Arbeitsintegration von Asylsuchenden machen vorab die Kantone Zürich und Aargau eine schlechte Figur. Von 3741 erwerbsfähigen Asylsuchenden im Kanton Zürich gehen nur gerade 4 einer Arbeit nach. Absoluter Minusrekord unter den grossen Kantonen! Ähnlich finster sind die Zahlen im Aargau: Von 2175 erwerbsfähigen Asylsuchenden hatten Ende Januar nur 5 einen Job. Zum Vergleich: Beim Musterknaben Graubünden haben 47 Asylsuchende eine Arbeit.
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