Dean left this comment on that post:
I think the real question is, why was this allowed to happen? Why were these predators allowed into Germany without proper vetting?The underlying question to me is this: Who are the German authorities protecting here? Clearly, it's not the German women. They were instantly dismissed when it came time to draw conclusions about the attackers who were "North African or Arabic men." The media rang with cries of "No, no, no! We must not generalize!" from the authorities. Instead, there were recommendations to German women on how to not provoke sexual assaults in the future.
Just in case you haven't been following along, here's a decent summary with these key grafs:
Dozens of women trying to see in the New Year in the centre of Cologne found themselves trapped in a crowd of some 1,000 men, who groped them, tore off their underwear, shouted lewd insults and threw fireworks at them.Returning to the main point, I would suggest that the authorities aren't protecting the Muslim immigrants, either. It's all well and good to grope the fraus when you've got numerical superiority, but even with mass immigration and fertility rates that are triple the Germans', the Muslims are still a minority. How long can you whack a nest of post-modern, effete, metrosexual, German hornets before they re-discover the glories of the Reich?
To make matters worse, a series of sexual assaults that would normally make headline news went almost completely unreported for five days - and the scale of what happened that night in the western German city is only now emerging.
|I'm guessing this guy and his buddies wouldn't have put up with mass sexual assaults on the fraus by foreigners for very long.|
Multiculturalism, feminism and subjective morality are religious beliefs that the post-modern left clings to with all their strength. To make the reasonable conclusions from the data in Cologne, Malmo, Rotherham and elsewhere would smash the spiritual foundations of the academic, political and cultural elite. The cries to avoid cultural generalizations and the failure to suggest that men have value as protectors (men and women actually being physically different) are simply them shielding their eyes from reality in an effort to defend their theology.
Just to be clear and repeat something I've said before - to recognize cultural incompatibilities is not the same as hating the "other."
I'd suggest that it ought to be a lesson on just how different our cultures are. If you don't respect those differences, if you don't understand and appreciate them, truly terrible things can happen.