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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Some questions about the attacks in Cologne

The American Interest relays a report on the New Year’s Eve assault of a large number of German women by Middle Eastern men in the middle of downtown Cologne.

Migrants Molested Women in Cologne on NYE
“A mob men (sic) of reportedly North African and Arab origin assaulted women in downtown Cologne on New Year’s Eve, in attacks Mayor Henriette Reker characterized as “monstrous” and “lawlessness.”
 “Some 90 criminal complaints, including one allegation of rape, have been brought to the Cologne police department after women said they were molested by a crowd of men who had gathered in the city’s famous square between its central train station and towering Gothic cathedral.” (emphasis added)
Further details...
“City police chief Wolfgang Albers said the crowd was composed of up to 1,000 heavily intoxicated men who gave the appearance of being “Arab or North African” in background.”
But recall also that on that day there was other news concerning famous German cities, train stations, and crowds:  New Year's Eve attack planned in Munich: police

So on New Year’s Eve, all of Germany was preparing for attacks on crowds in public places such as, say, train stations.  All things considered, it is not unreasonable the authorities should have considered that the famous cathedral in Cologne might also be a potential jihadi target.  Knowing this, we are now told that a crowd of 1,000 frick’n Arabs sexually assaulted scores of German women in those very places.  Considering the security concerns in Germany that night, I don’t see how it is reasonable that there were no police around.  Cops were there.  They had to be.  They were waiting for terrorist attacks in every major city in Europe.  Is it even possible that police in Cologne did not see these sexual assaults carried out by Arab mobs?  Did these attacks not occur right in front of the police's eyes?

Scores of German women being assaulted in front of them, and no  mounted troops charged in?  No water cannons, no tear gas?  Not even a couple beat cops swinging batons to protect women who were being attacked wholesale right there in front of them?

Here are the real questions:
  1. Did German police witness these attacks as they occurred?
  2. If not, where the hell were they?
  3. If, as is far more likely, they were indeed there, who was the officer in charge?  What is his name?
  4. How is it he did not order this men to start kicking ass on the spot? 

I would really, really like to know the answers to these questions, and I’ll bet there are a whole lot of German citizens who want to know those answers as well.

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