2015/2016 New Year celebration

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2015/2016 New Year celebration

Postprzez yoshin » Wt sty 05, 2016 12:29 pm

I went to celebrate New Year to the popular place in Brisbane center – Southbank.
I have not been to this place for celebration for few years and after the dinner we decided
to go for a walk along the river where people usually congregate waiting for the display
of fireworks.
I remember that place from few years back during such celebration – families with children,
friendly atmosphere, well behaved crowds and always majority were so called ‘white people’.
This year I was astounded – 90% of people were not white – blacks from Africa, Arabs and Indians
were the majority. Not even many Chinese.
You had to look hard to find a white face!
Seems like many 'whites' avoided that place, may be they knew what to expect.

We saw a group of black African youths behaving very loudly, 2 of them were banging on
the display sign. And we saw 3 policemen watching them. Just watching!
If it was a group of white teenagers they would not hesitate to intervene and ask them
to cool down – but it appeared that they already contracted new disease – look the other way because
if you do something you could be labelled ‘racist’.

Among few groups of 6-10 black teenagers we saw single, slutty looking white teenage girls.
Must be very compassionate, charitable and welcoming ‘refugees’ not only with open arms but
legs as well.

Officially, it is said that we accepted only ‘few thousands’ of Blacks and Arabs – they ALL
must have come to this place!
They like the City and surrounding area, possibly because it is so clean and nice, but… for how long?
I have seen in Brisbane few times before, displays of Blacks behaviour as I remember from States.
They always congregate in large groups and tend to behave in intimidating way, feeling that nobody
would dare to say or do something as they outnumber a passer-by.

I did not realize the severity of the problem Australia is facing until now.
Somehow, I was looking at the invasion of Europe as the number of one million ‘refuges’,
in the last year alone, is chilling looking at the fact that the ‘majority’ of ‘citizens’
remain silent and allow jewish stooges to destroy countries.

This a ticking time bomb – in few years time Australia will be on the level of Zimbabwe.
The only solution would be to decorate lamp posts with ‘decision makers’.

Ostatnio edytowano Pn sty 11, 2016 12:03 am przez yoshin, łącznie edytowano 1 raz
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Dołączył(a): Wt lip 08, 2014 9:59 pm

Re: 2015/2016 New Year celebration

Postprzez libertarian » Śr sty 06, 2016 11:50 pm

RE: Sexual assaults by Arabs on women in Cologne and other German cities.

They gave them shelter, they gave them money but now they do not want to give them their women.
That`s ’persecution’!
Did not Germans knew that arabs just like jews are semites with killing whoever, raping, robbing
and stealing a part of their traditional culture?
Arabs are the same as jews – if you do not give them what they want (for nothing) you are ‘persecuting’
and ‘discriminating’ against them.

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Dołączył(a): Wt sie 23, 2011 9:07 am

Re: 2015/2016 New Year celebration

Postprzez caretaker » Cz sty 07, 2016 11:31 pm

‘Mrs Merkel invited me’
: Cologne assailants’ ‘shameful’ acts detailed in police report

A new German police report has described the situation during the mass assaults on women in Cologne
on NYE as “chaotic and shameful.” It outlined the highly inappropriate behavior of perpetrators,
described as migrants, who demanded respect from police.

Groups of men bombarded police with fireworks and pelted people with glass bottles while officers
unsuccessfully attempted to prevent mass assaults against women in Cologne on NYE, a new
police report revealed.

The new police report outlined by Der Spiegel and Bild newspapers on Thursday described the situation
in Cologne on New Year's Eve as “chaotic and shameful” as the police became too overwhelmed
to prevent the "fights, thefts, sexual assaults against women.”
The author of the report said that at some point police feared there could be fatalities.

Masses of “heavily intoxicated men” which were described by witnesses as migrants bombarded police
with fireworks and pelted with glass bottles, the report said.
“When we arrived, our vehicles were pelted with firecrackers,” the author of the report said.
“In the forecourt and on the cathedral steps were a thousand people, mostly males of an immigrant
background who were indiscriminately throwing fireworks and bottles into the crowd.”

The perpetrators reportedly tore up residence permits in front of police saying: “You can't touch me.
I'll just go back tomorrow and get a new one."
The author of the report also cited one of the men engaged in the unrest as saying: "I'm a Syrian!
You have to treat me kindly! [Chancellor Angela] Merkel invited me."

A police officer anonymously told The Express newspaper that his squad had detained several people
who had "only been in Germany for a few weeks.”
“14 were from Syria and one was from Afghanistan,” he said.

The level of disrespect towards police was “like I have never experienced in my 29 years of public service,"
the author concluded.
The author of the report said that police officers who had been trying to reach people calling out for help
were prevented from pushing their way through. Orders to leave the premises of the train station
were ignored as well.

A lack of resources prevented security representatives from taking repeated offenders into custody
as well as promptly registering all of the complaints at the scene, the report says.
Witnesses were reportedly threatened when they tried
to help identify the perpetrators.

Cologne police were not prepared to deal with the mass sexual assaults, the city’s police chief
told RT on Wednesday."Eventually we had a situation where a large group of men were going after women.
We did intervene and help.
But I'll admit that we were totally bewildered by it all. We have never encountered incidents like this
before and we weren't prepared for it," Cologne Chief of Police, Wolfgang Albers, said.

German media said that police were “frustrated at their inability to help.”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in turn, announced on Thursday that she would consider increasing
police numbers and amending relevant laws.

"What happened at New Year is completely unacceptable," Merkel told a news conference in Berlin.
"The feeling women had in this case of being completely defenseless and at mercy is for me personally
intolerable and so it is important that everything that happened must come out into the open.”
Merkel stressed the necessity to continue reviewing deportation policies and “send a clear signal
to people who do not want to stick to our legal framework."

The initial police report following the attacks in Cologne described the situation as “relaxed.”
Local authorities later admitted the report was incorrect.

Police said in a statement on Thursday that about 121 criminal cases have been reported,
including two cases of rape, while 16 suspects have been detained.

Merkel has been criticized for her open-armed migrant policy; in 2015 Germany was the EU country
to welcome the highest number of refugees. In her New Year’s address, German Chancellor Angela Merkel
called for unity and solidarity across generations, social and ethnic backgrounds, and termed
the ongoing refugee crisis an opportunity for the country.

European Studies professor, Laslo Maracs, told RT that the incident in Cologne stems from the fact
that authorities couldn’t be further from tackling the refugee crisis.

“We see often in such cases that the victims are blamed: the victims should follow a code of conduct,
and not the people who have been committing crimes taken responsible for the things they have been doing!”

“It shows me that we are very far from solving integration puzzles, from building a society where
more cultures could be accommodated or adopted. It shows that there is a lot of panic among city
and regional governors.
The situation is not under control,” he said.


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