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Cologne Mayor Blames Victims Of Sexual Assault

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We know that #NotAllMuslims committed dozens of sexual assaults on New Year’s Eve in front of a train station in Cologne, Germany. We know that for some strange reason, the incident wasn’t reported in the media for several days. And we know that somehow the Cologne police don’t have any leads whatsoever, disproving the stereotype of ruthless German efficiency.

What we didn’t know until now is this: Why did it happen?

The mayor of Cologne knows why it happened. Rachael Revesz, The Independent (UK):

The Mayor of Cologne said today that women should adopt a “code of conduct” to prevent future assault at a crisis meeting following the sexual attack of women by 1000 men on New Year’s eve.

Mayor Henriette Reker attended an emergency meeting with Chief of Police Wolfgang Albers and Wolfgang Wurm to discuss how to deal with the attack, where dozens of women were repeatedly touched and groped, with one case of alleged rape in the center of town…

The crisis management team said prevention measures should include a code of conduct for young women and girls, and Mayor Reker said the existing code of conduct will be updated online.

The suggested code of conduct includes maintaining an arm’s length distance from strangers, to stick within your own group, to ask bystanders for help or to intervene as a witness, or to inform the police if you are the victim of such an assault.

In other words: You’ve just been sexually assaulted in a public place by a mob of men. Don’t you think you should’ve conducted yourself properly?

Unfortunately for these women, whenever a Muslim does something awful, the real victims are… Muslims.

If you’re going to be raped, ladies, make sure the rapist is a white Christian. Preferably a member of a fraternity, but any other white male will do. That way, you’ll be taken seriously as a victim, rather than some sort of co-conspirator.

Now we’re learning that there were similar mob assaults that night against women in Hamburg and Stuttgart:

Investigators are examining whether there is a connection between the assaults in different cities, officials said.

If you think you know the connection, you’re a racist.

P.S. Good call, guys.


P.P.S. “Nothing new.”