Teachers’ Union accused of racism

A teachers group in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt has garnered criticism after saying girls should be encouraged to stay away from male – often Muslim – refugees. Politicians have accused the group of fear-mongering.

No they are actually doing their job which is to keep their students safe. Nothing they have said is untrue. The Muslim men are from a vastly different culture and they do  view women very differently. ‘Misunderstandings’ will occur and when a misunderstanding could lead to rape it is one that any sensible girl would want to avoid.

“An immigrant invasion is spilling over in Germany,” said an article in a recent teachers union magazine, which went on to recommend girls stay away from “often attractive Muslim men.”

The statement from the “Journal of the Philologists’ Association of Saxony-Anhalt” that young women should be dissuaded from relationships with Muslims drew ire from state politicians on Saturday.

Do they not think that Muslim families dissuade their daughters from relationships with non-Muslims? Of course they do but no one gets offended about that.

According to a report by German daily “Mitteldeutsche Zeitung,” the original article by the teachers group, signed by leaders Jürgen Mannke and Iris Seltmann-Kuke, told instructors to warn their students of the risk of being molested by refugees and to resist the temptation to engage in “a superficial sexual adventure with the often attractive Muslim men.”

The newspaper also reported that the article alleges that these “young, strong, mostly Muslim … often uneducated men” are entering the country “under dubious pretenses.” Mannke and Seltmann-Kuke then go on to describe how innocent conversations in public transportation and in supermarkets can lead to sexual assault.

As a record number of people seeking asylum come to Germany, many escaping violence in their homelands, Saxony-Anhalt’s education minister, Stephan Dorgerloh, took exception to the union’s implication that the safety of female students was threatened by the refugee crisis. Speaking to the “Mitteldeutsche Zeitung,” Dorgerloh accused the group of “amplifying rumors, spreading half-truths and exploiting its value as a union.”

Yes let’s just pretend it’s not happening and hum a happy tune. How dare the Teachers’ Union step out of the politically correct line being held by the government. If the truth gets out that the Government has recklessly and knowingly endangered its citizens with its open door policy they might not get voted back in next election.

“The content [of the article] is completely base, it serves prejudice and the far-right fringe” of the political spectrum, state leader of the Green party Claudia Dalbert told the newspaper….


I have heard it all now. A Teachers’ Union being accused of having far-right views because it is facing facts and trying to protect the students in its charge. It would be funny if the situation wasn’t so serious.

The Teachers’ Union are not alone in their fears for their students’ safety. Earlier in September this year a German Grade school sent a letter home telling its students to cover up so that they wouldn’t tempt the Muslim refugees in the gymnasium next door.



A school in Bavaria has sent a letter home to parents warning them not to let their daughters wear revealing blouses or short skirts, because emergency accommodation for refugees has been set up next to the gym.

A week ago emergency accommodation for 200 Syrian refugees was erected right next to the gym of Wilhelm-Diess-Gymnasium in Pocking, Bavaria, Die Welt reports.

The gym has been closed as a result, and PE lessons have been relocated to a nearby primary school, but the school is still worried about the refugees interacting with students.

So worried in fact that the headteacher recently sent out a letter to parents to give reassurance about extra security measures.

“For the refugees, access to the school gardens and buildings is strictly forbidden. The same goes for the school grounds during the day. The number of teachers on duty during breaks has been increased,” read the letter from headteacher Martin Thalhammer.

The letter goes on to give students instructions on how to deal with the situation:

“The Syrian citizens are mainly Muslims and speak Arabic. The refugees are marked by their own culture. Because our school is directly next to where they are staying, modest clothing should be adhered to, in order to avoid discrepancies. Revealing tops or blouses, short shorts or miniskirts could lead to misunderstandings.”

The letter has not been met favourably by some parents, but a local politician, who did not want to be named, told Die Welt the move was “absolutely necessary”.

“When Muslim teenage boys go to open air swimming pools, they are overwhelmed when they see girls in bikinis,” he said.

“These boys, who come from a culture where for women it is frowned upon to show naked skin, follow girls and bother them without realizing. Obviously this is concerning for us,” he continued.

– pamelageller.com

For a video example of one of these ‘misunderstandings’ between a male muslim immigrant and a Dutch girl click here.

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