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Salami tactics in Germany

Salami tactics

I have some contacts in Germany that I recently e-mailed when trying to confirm the truth of something I had been told by another source. I had been told that the German government and media are covering up one of the aspects of the Muslim migrant gang rapes of German women and girls that are regularly occurring. I was told that the gang rapes not only included a brutal rape but also a brutal beating after the rape. This in some cases has become public knowledge but my source told me that many of the women were also being mutilated and that that fact was being covered up.

Neither of my contacts was able to verify what I had been told but they both had some interesting things to tell me.

Contact One:

so.. regarding your question: no, I have not heard anything about “mutilate”. Yes, there are a lot of rapes and sexual assaults.. so I stopped counting. I guess, if you really watch out for stuff like that, you’ll find some new horror-news nearly every few days.. and of course government policy and mainstream media are trying to cover up all that stuff as good as they can, like for example Silvester in the city Frankfurt.. with up to 900 (!) aggressive Arabs looking out for trouble. humiliating women.. searching for fights.. well. yes.. shit like that happens for sure.. but mutilating?.. certainly not unimaginable.. but I don’t know..

Contact Two:

I do not know anything about mutilations. So I will not state if this is true, or if this is wrong. What I can say for sure is that the media AND the officials were downplaying A LOT of what happened in Cologne on New Years Eve 2015/2016. It’s what we call salami tactics.

To give you an example. The first official police report was that New Year’s eve has been, except for some usual minor disturbances, absolutely peaceful.

An initial press release described the evening as “relaxed” before stories of the chaos emerged in local media, and Mr Albers later admitted the “statement was incorrect”.

Salami slice one: New Year Eve was peaceful, ” relaxed”

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Guest Post: Of Golden Showers and Errant Quokkas

Guest Post: Sylvester Connor is main editor for the ConnorPost.com – Besides that’s he’s an entrepreneur in California and a legendary birder.  You can reach him at: vesconnor@gmail.com

 

 


A “quokka selfie” taken on Rottnest Island in September 2016.

Of Golden Showers and Errant Quokkas

 

Which is more quaint—supposed intelligence agencies hawking fake tabloid trash, or Kiwis worried about a rare mammal? And is there any common ground here?

The Quokka story on Stuff is far more quaint; it involves an interesting animal, whereas the American story is just grotesque. But the common ground is newsreaders’ desire for something relatively light and breezy, rather than relentless news about politics and immigration.

Americans and New Zealanders have much more in common: they are both ex-British colonies that have established independence across the world from their ancestral lands. They are both historically white, European and Christian. And they are both under attack.

So once the quokka is found, and the American press finds another hoax to scandalise about, it will be time to return, as unpleasant as it is, to the pressing matters of the day, which are indeed: politics and immigration.

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The Medieval Chastity belt is back and has sold out in Germany

Remember these? While some historians claim they did not actually exist in medieval times that has not stopped modern versions being invented. The so-called myth about chastity belts was that Knights would put their wives in them to ensure that they were not unfaithful while they were gone. Looking at the ones on display in museums with all the protruding teeth around the openings they also look well designed for preventing rape. In Germany rape has become a serious concern for German women thanks to Angela Merkel welcoming in men from a culture that actually has a gang rape game called Taharrush.

Ultimately, the chastity belt’s existence as a legitimate historical artifact should be relegated to the category of myth, experts say. However, a recent tech innovation, designed to protect women from sexual assault, has been criticized as a modern reimagining of the chastity belt. AR Wear, “a clothing line offering wearable protection for when things go wrong,” developed underwear and other garments that would be difficult, if not impossible, for an attacker to remove.

The controversial product, which was accused of placing the burden of rape prevention on victims rather than perpetrators, gained notoriety in 2013 after the company launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. AR Wear claimed the garment fabrics could not be ripped or cut, “so that women and girls can have more power to control the outcome of a sexual assault.”

AR Wear reached their funding goal and finalized a prototype in 2015, but currently their products are not commercially available.

-livescience.com

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My secret interview with a German academic: Part Two

“Konrad” answered my interview questions via an encrypted e-mail service

My latest interview subject is from Northern Saxony and he has an M.A in History with an interest in politics, current affairs and theory. He contacted me via a secret encrypted e-mail service called Tutanota in order to keep our communications private. The fact that he felt the need to protect himself like that says a lot. He said that although the epicentre of the problem I’m tackling in my interview lies in the western metropolis, it’s starting to happen in Northern Saxony as well.

My contact, who I will call Konrad (a German name that means Brave counsel), gave me comprehensive replies to my questions so I divided the interview up into two parts. One of the excellent points that he made in this second part of the interview is one that has been totally ignored by mainstream media. Konrad said that helping refugees should be about temporary protection not about permanent settlement. The media always seemed to make it a binary choice that either we help them by taking them into our countries or we do nothing to help them at all. Clearly, there is a third option.

Konrad’s final statement to me was the most hard hitting thing he said and touches on the German psyche.

The problems lie much deeper inside the German people, and without a complete solution to them, something like the current situation is very likely to happen again.”

World War II has damaged the psyche of the German people. I have often speculated that support for Merkel’s open borders comes from a desire to show the world that today’s Germans have nothing in common with the Nazis.

Do you think the average German feels free to openly express disapproval of Angela Merkel’s open border policy or will they be accused of racism or Islamophobia if they express their disapproval publically?

There actually is no thinking about this, because it is clearly evident. There is no such thing as a free public debate about the open border policy, let alone the question of foreigners in total. To be precise: Of course, the topic can and will be discussed in between friends, at bars and the like, but the public political debate is clearly circumscribed and aggressively controlled.

Recent attempts to revise the immigration policy from the so-called conservative parties (CDU/CSU) must be seen in the context of the upcoming federal election in 2017 and can be safely seen as nothing but lip service to prevent the AfD, which is at least moderately against immigration, from gaining, even more, support. Talk is cheap.

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My secret interview with a German Academic: Part One

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My latest interview subject is from Northern Saxony and he has an M.A in History with an interest in politics, current affairs and theory. He contacted me via a secret encrypted e-mail service called Tutanota in order to keep our communications private.The fact that he felt the need to protect himself like that says a lot.He said that although the epicentre of the problem I’m tackling in my interview lies in the western metropolis, it’s starting to happen in Northern Saxony as well.

My contact who I will call Konrad, (a German name that means Brave counsel) gave me comprehensive replies to my questions so I will be breaking this interview up into two parts.While he was writing his reply the terrorist “truck attack” happened at the Berlin Christmas market so Konrad included a comment about how authorities handle photos of suspects in the media. His detailed answer about violence against women in Germany is nightmarish in its descriptions of brutality.

Which German political party did you vote for last election?

I do not vote. I see the German multi-party system as a stitch-up with no chance to actually institute change at the ballot, since nowadays all big German parties by and large stand for the same with only gradual differences. The only “wildcard” party, the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD), still has no consistent overall policy and, after entering the Bundestag in the 2017 elections (which is very likely), will most likely be swiftly absorbed into the system and submit to the  “Iron Law of Oligarchy ” devised by Robert Michels in 1911. I refuse to grin and bear it.

Has your community where you live had refugees or migrants move into it since Angela Merkel opened the borders?

Yes, every single community I lived in during the 29 years of my life (which sum up to five in four different federal states).

Was your community welcoming to the new arrivals and how did you personally feel about their arrival?

When the ongoing immigrant tide broke loose, I lived in Hamburg. Being a genuinely left-liberal-green city state, it, of course, welcomed the “traumatized refugees” with open arms and produced various refugee camps out of thin air. I felt very uncomfortable with this since Hamburg already had a massive problem with illegal aliens, many of them homeless, and a staggering migrant crime rate. I was proved right in a minimum of time and more than happy when I was able to move away.

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The Future of Energy: Nuclear, Gas and Coal-based Generation

Nuclear power plant with yellow field and big blue clouds

GUEST POST

Today’s guest post by Whaleoil reader Bruce Alan Forbes is part of an article he wrote called The Future of Energy with predictions for 2040. As it is an in-depth analysis I divided it into six posts so that we could discuss each part separately.

Nuclear, Gas and Coal-based Generation

Nuclear power stations operate at high capacity factors and generate large amounts of CO2 – free electricity. They have enormous potential for achieving major reductions in emissions of CO2. Unlike intermittent and unreliable renewable sources, they do not need the inefficient, fossil-fuel burning, backup power stations to maintain output when the wind does not blow or the sun does not shine. Statistics show convincingly that nuclear power is by far the safest form of large-scale electricity generation.

In contrast, coal-fired power stations are responsible for the deaths of thousands of miners worldwide each year and hydropower stations have also killed thousands of people.

At present, nuclear power is typically more expensive than gas or coal-fired power generation in the U.S. and Europe. This is due to the long construction times resulting from bureaucratic regulatory hurdles. Eventually, nuclear power stations will become the main source of clean, low-cost electricity; particularly in non-OECD countries.

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The Christmas song that Islamic terrorists are singing this year

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The Christmas song that Islamic terrorists are singing this year.

On the first day of Christmas,  the kindergarten bomber gave to me, a nail bomb next to a tree.

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Did Merkel just “read out Germany’s suicide note”?

 

Published on Sep 16, 2015
Ezra Levant of TheRebel.Media reports that Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany, said there should be no limits for immigration from the Muslim Middle East to Germany. With that, she started the stampede. No application forms, no proof – anyone who can make it gets thousands of dollars plus access to Germany’s existing welfare state.

But you have to see this incredible video of a German woman who looks like a progressive liberal, and she’s asking: Aren’t you putting our own country at risk?

If you dare to ask questions like that, you’re called a Nazi — which, in Germany, tends to shut people up.

Merkel’s logic seems to be: Sure, jihadists are evil, but who are we to speak? Don’t forget how evil we were in the past.

But that’s not a sound public policy. That’s personal therapy.

This is Angela Merkel’s world view: Germany doesn’t belong to the Germans. Germans don’t deserve Germany. Foreigners fresh off a train do and just shut up if you disagree — don’t you know that Germany is guilty, guilty, guilty?

I disagree. I’m a Jew. Hatred for the Nazis was taught to me from childhood but I know that Germany today is not Nazi; they’re liberal.The grandchildren of the Nazis are not guilty by birth. And even if they were, the solution, the punishment, would not to be to let in a million Muslim men, including amongst them today’s Nazis, those from radical Islam.

Angela Merkel just read out Germany’s suicide note. The fact that this video is so under-reported tells me that most media, frankly, agree.

-Youtube Rebel Media

A supporter of the NPD tells us what he thinks about Merkel’s Germany

The National Democratic Party organised a demonstration against Germany’s asylum law after the U.N. refugee agency reported that more than 158,450 people, including over 50,000 in July alone, had arrived on the shores of Greece last year

Before you read today’s interview here is some background on the National Democratic Party of Germany.In March this year Germany’s highest court was asked to consider banning it as a political party. The NPD is fighting for the right to exist and it may be removed from the election race altogether if the court rules against it.This not the first time a court has been used to try to destroy a political party.In the Netherlands, the Party for Freedom (PVV) leader Geert Wilders was forced into a political trial three months out from an election that his party may win. In both cases, the rise in popularity of the parties has been fueled by unrest due to the flood of refugees and migrants into both countries because of Angela Merkel’s open door policies.

 

Which German political party did you vote for last election?NPD

NPD (National Democratic Party of Germany)

Has your community where you live had refugees or migrants move into it since Angela Merkel opened the borders and was your community welcoming to the new arrivals?

They held a party without Germans only with refugees to welcome people.

If your community has migrants and refugees, did your community ask to take them or did the government make the decision for your community?

They did not ask the people.

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I ask a German gentleman what life is like since the borders were opened

photo-Whaleoil.co.nz

Whaleoil may not be big enough yet for me to fly to Germany to interview the locals but thanks to social media platform Gab I tracked down the local #DeutschFam and asked if any of them would be interested in doing an e-mail interview with me about life in Germany since Merkel opened up their borders. The first person to complete my e-mail interview was EndtimesGerman who went out of his way to prove to me that he was a genuine German by sending me two photos. Endtimes like every other person who agreed to do the interview did not want to give his real name. You will find out why not when you read the whole interview.

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