Germany: 15-year-old pregnant after gang rape by Muslims

It’s a case that leaves you speechless: In December 2017, four men raped a schoolgirl at a party in Hanover and videotaped it. The victim Samantha B. was only 15 years old at the time. Two of the four accused were sentenced in Hanover today: Ivan M. will be imprisoned for two years and five months, Feyzel S. for two years and three months.Samantha and her alleged torturers celebrated together at a party. There the then 15-year-old had sexual relations with several men. However, during the night so much alcohol is said to have flowed that the schoolgirl was completely defenceless and dazed.Four men then raped the then 15-year-old jointly. “The four men are said to have taken advantage of the victim’s inability to resist and sexually abused her”, court spokesman Koray Freudenberg said in an interview with RTL television.The four perpetrators recorded the gang rape on film. According to the court, this video was a decisive factor in the conviction of the men. The footage proves that Samantha B. was completely disoriented by the alcohol and had no chance to defend herself against the sexual abuse.

“The video shows my client being raped by four men in a row. They patted her in the face and she did not react,” said lawyer Björn Nordmann.

Only two of the four suspected men were convicted today in Hanover. Muhammed A, who is now 19 years old, lives in Austria and was sentenced there last year to a suspended sentence of six months.

Mostafa E. is still a resident of Lebanon and therefore could not appear in court today. According to the court spokesman, he visited his sick mother there. Since there are no flights from Lebanon to Germany at the moment, he could not appear at the court hearing. He will probably have to stand trial in July in another court case. The schoolgirl became pregnant by one of the men. She moved with her child into a mother-child facility. At the court in Hanover, the meanwhile 18-year-old appeared as a joint plaintiff. “I can only hope that the relationship between my client and her daughter will be as good as possible in the future and that the little one will have the best possible future ahead of her,” said her lawyer in an interview with the television station RTL.

Obama admits it: Riots and protests are ‘tailor-made’ for electing Joe Biden

By Monica Showalter

Joe Biden is hiding in his basement, but maybe that’s because the rabid-left looters, rioters, and protesters are carrying out his presidential campaign just fine for him.

What else can be concluded but that, given that President Obama has cynically admitted that the civil unrest covering the U.S. is “tailor-made” for electing Joe Biden?

Here’s a report from National Review:

Former President Barack Obama told aides this month that the nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd are “a tailor-made moment” to help his former vice president Joe Biden defeat Donald Trump in November.

According to a New York Times story based on interviews with more than 50 Obama confidants, the former president was made anxious after riots and looting rocked many American cities in the days following Floyd’s death and Trump began trumpeting “law and order” in response.

“Let’s not excuse violence, or rationalize it, or participate in it. If we want our criminal justice system, and American society at large, to operate on a higher ethical code, then we have to model that code ourselves,” Obama wrote in a Medium post earlier this month.

But Obama’s confidence has since grown as the protests have continued and Trump’s polling numbers have dipped

So in other words, more riots, more votes for Biden.  Perhaps the idea is to beat the public down to such an extent that it feels that only a Democrat can solve it.  Perhaps he sees in the polls that the public is blaming Trump.

The New York Times reported just a couple days ago that Obama is obsessed with ousting President Trump.  That being the case, it’s not unlikely that he will continue with his old Alinsky training, to oust Trump by any means necessary.

If riots will do it, Obama and his Democrats will be happy with more riots.  Even the New York Times admitted that the riots excited him:

That calculus, though, may be changing in the wake of George Floyd’s killing by the police in Minneapolis. As America’s first black president, now its first black ex-president, Mr. Obama sees the current social and racial awakening as an opportunity to elevate a 2020 election dictated by Mr. Trump’s mud-wrestling style into something more meaningful — to channel a new, youthful movement toward a political aim, as he did in 2008.

Opportunity?  Elevate?  That sounds a lot like “tailor-made.”

This ought to be a wake-up call to voters, who are the only ones who can stop this cynical, diabolical plan on property-owners.  Obama has a stake and interest in perpetrating riots and lootings, regardless of the cost to the little guy, because it advances his political aims.  That’s in characters, from the words of his former chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, to “never let a crisis go to waste.”

It’s also amazingly cynical, given that nobody should be rooting for rioters as a means of benefiting politically.  Yet here we are, and Obama is being lionized.  It calls to mind that the Obama legacy can’t be hosed out soon enough by Trump in his second term.

Stuttgart riot: ‘Antifa was there’

Police officers who were on duty during the Stuttgart riots have voiced suspicion that left-wing extremists were also involved in the riots. “It reminded me of the G20 summit in Hamburg. My colleagues and I are pretty sure that Antifa was there.

Otherwise it would not have escalated so much,” an official told regional daily the Badischen Neuesten Nachrichten.

The police noticed shopping trolleys full of stones and other projectiles. “And there were bottles that were filled with paint. No normal party goer has something like this with them,” the paper quoted a police officer. In addition, hooded people with crowbars were noticed during the operation.

The deputy state chairman of the German Police Union, Jürgen Engel, shared this assessment. “According to what my colleagues have reported to me and what you can see on the videos, it can be assumed that the riots started within the so-called event scene, but were then supported and fueled by left-wing autonomists.”

The Stuttgart police leadership initially suspected the authors of being part of the Stuttgart “party and event scene” in order to hide the fact that mostly migrants were part of the urban violence.

They received criticism for this ridiculous assessment, and have now said that it could not be ruled out that “individuals from the left spectrum” also participated in the riots. However, those responsible did not want to confirm the officials’ observations.

The German domestic intelligence agency, known as the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, had already warned of a growing willingness among leftists to use violence. However, there is no information yet about the “participation of violent left-wing extremists in the riots”, emphasized a government spokesman.

During riots last weekend, rioters in downtown Stuttgart attacked police officers and ransacked shops. 19 officers were injured.

Churchill down, Lenin up? The loss of historical memory is the loss of the instinct for self-preservation: opinion

If someone in the 1990s, when we had a difficult time dealing with our communist past and becoming part of the West, would have told me that young people in Central Europe would later spray derogatory inscriptions on Winston Churchill’s statues while a statue of the mass murderer Vladimir Ilyich Lenin would be ceremoniously erected in Germany, I would not have believed him. And yet, it is our reality today.

According to current thinking, Churchill was a racist, imperialist and war criminal and, therefore, supporters of the radical left demand the removal of statues honoring him. At the same time, in Germany, specifically in Gelsenkirchen in North Rhine-Westphalia, a two-meter-tall statue of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin has been recently erected.

So up goes a statue of a mass murderer and the creator of the Soviet Union – the “evil empire” that history tells us inflicted such incredible suffering on so many people and left tens of millions dead. To top it all off, the statue was cast in 1957 in former communist Czechoslovakia.

Behind the initiative aiming to install the statue in Gelsenkirchen is the far-left Marxist-Leninist Party of Germany (MLPD), founded in 1982 by members of the Communist Workers Union of Germany (KABD). This political party openly advocates for the “dictatorship of the proletariat” and the creation of a “classless society.” In addition to honoring the founding fathers of communism, i. e., Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, and Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, it also proudly upholds the legacy of two of the three greatest criminals in modern history, Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin and Mao Zedong.

Although the Gelsenkirchen City Hall tried to prevent the installation of the statue, pointing out that “Lenin is the embodiment of the violence, oppression, terror and immense human suffering that engulfed the Soviet Union after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917,” the court did not accept its objections.

Gabi Fechtner is the fanatical head of the MLPD: a freelance publicist and, among other things, the author of a 60-page pamphlet entitled “The Most Beautiful Thing in the World: Fighting for the Liberation of Humanity” (“Das Schönste auf der Welt: Der Kampf um die Befreiung der Menschheit”). Fechtner said that installing the statue of Lenin is appropriate, as he was “a world-famous progressive thinker and fighter for freedom and democracy for the masses.”

Does it sound unbelievable? The mass murderer Lenin, a “progressive thinker and freedom fighter”? It seems that even the general knowledge of his crimes does not prevent some from celebrating and glorifying him. They also do not mind that in the name of Marxism-Leninism, tens of millions of people were murdered, not only during Lenin’s and Stalin’s era, but also during the rule of Mao Zedong in China, Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, Pol Pot in Cambodia and Castro in Cuba.

However, not only historians have tried to warn people of the dangers behind this ideology. Numerous authors, including prose writers such as Alexander Solzhenitsyn (The Gulag Archipelago and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich), Arthur Koestler (Darkness at Noon), George Orwell (1984 and Animal Farm) and Artur London (The Confession), could still be writing today, and it would not change a thing for certain people.

Some might say that the German “Leninists” are really a negligibly small group that is not even worth commenting on. But that would be inaccurate. Although members of the radical left are not numerous, they are increasing – not only in Germany but also in other mainly European countries – by luring in the younger generation. Leftists often appeal to youth via popular initiatives such as climate protection in order to legitimize their school of thought.

Defaming Churchill and other significant historical figures and installing a statue of Lenin – this is just the beginning. As soon as we shrug it off, there will be statues of Stalin for “defeating fascism.” There might also be attempts to fundamentally reinterpret our modern history. Indeed, it is easier for the leftists to appeal to the younger generation, as its knowledge of history is not that great.

So what should we do about this? First of all, we must be precise and consistent in how we name figures and ideologies. We must say that Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and his comrades belong to the same category as Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. We must be clear that communism is an evil completely comparable to Nazism and Fascism and that if the latter two cannot be tolerated, we cannot tolerate the former.

Being quiet and just letting it be is the worst thing we can do.

Chancellor Kurz complains that Turkey is trying to sow discord in Austria

After the riots in Vienna district of Favoriten during demonstrations, the atmosphere between Austria and Turkey remains anything but relaxed. While Vienna and Ankara had summoned the ambassador of the respective other country to the Foreign Ministry, Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz ( Austrian People’s Party, ÖVP) now found sharp words directed at the Bosporus. On Tuesday, Kurz accused Turkey of “sowing discord” and of ” stirring things up” in Austria for its own interests. From the Chancellor’s point of view this is an ” misuse of the people with Turkish roots living in Europe”. Furthermore, Kurz once again identified shortcomings in integration policy and announced his intention to prevent “uncontrolled immigration” in future.The Turkish ambassador had had to report to the Vienna Foreign Ministry on Monday. The ambassador had been summoned to make it clear “that Turkey must stop trying to influence the people here in Austria and instrumentalising them for their own interests”, Kurz explained to journalists on Tuesday. Kurz finds it “unbearable” that Turkey talks about police violence against Austro-Turks, he could only “reject this in the strongest terms”.Kurz does not expect deescalating statements from Turkey: “I do not expect a great deal of support from Turkey,” he said in response to a question. “Because I know exactly what Turkey is trying to do here: Namely, using Turks in Europe to sow discord and here and there to create a mood mainly for Turkey’s own interests. In his view this is an “abuse of people with Turkish roots living in Europe”.Kurz emphasized that he was outraged by what had happened here in the middle of Vienna.”People who live in the Favoriten district are being deprived of their homeland”, the Chancellor used drastic words. “These conflicts, they are imported from Turkey,” criticised Kurz. “Those who have a need for street fighting should do it in Turkey, but there is no place for it in Austria.”He had asked the Minister of the Interior to pursue a “policy of zero tolerance”, Kurz said. There were 11 arrests, including one suspected ringleader. Now it was time to check “which contacts and strands of contacts exist here with Turkey and with various Turkish associations in Austria – and these relations must be broken off”.In short, the incidents were the result of not only a lack of integration, but also of unrestricted immigration. In this respect, he also sees his strategy in migration policy vindicated.

German–Iranian dissidents urge MP to resign from antisemitic BDS NGO

Three prominent German-Iranians who have gone to great lengths to oppose the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel urged Green Party MP Omid Nouripour on Monday to resign from a BDS group due its antisemitism and racism.Nouripour is on the advisory board of the German-Palestinian Society (DPG), a hardcore BDS group.

“Mr. Nouripour should immediately resign from the DPG for two reasons. First, because of the moral obligation toward Jews and for political reasons because the Bundestag defined BDS in 2019 as antisemitic,” Nasrin Amirsedghi, a publicist who fled the Islamic Republic of Iran due to persecution, told The Jerusalem Post.She added that “if he does not do this, he is violating the basic democratic order of the Bundestag and thus legitimizing the Iranian regime’s antisemitic stance, which Hezbollah supports.”The US and German designated terrorist entity Hezbollah supports BDS, along with its chief proxy, the Iranian regime.In 2015, Nouripour co-authored a pro-BDS Green Party initiative that mirrored a neo-Nazi party resolution to sanction Jewish products from the disputed West Bank territory.Saba Farzan, a publicist and Executive Director at Foreign Policy Circle, a strategy think tank in Berlin,  told the Post: “As a member of the German Bundestag, Mr. Nouripour must immediately resign from his post in the DPG. He also has to do this against the background of his Iranian identity: there is only one dictatorship in this world that has an antisemitic state doctrine, namely the Islamic Republic.”

“This Islamic Republic is financially and politically closely linked to the terrorist groups Hamas and Hezbollah as well as Islamic Jihad. Mr. Nouripour has two responsibilities to implement here: Those who are politically committed as German-Iranians have a historical responsibility and an up-to-date approach to tackle raging antisemitism. You don’t do that by continuing to be a member of a questionable organization that legitimizes antisemitism. It would be nice and valuable for a change to watch some political civil courage from Mr. Nouripour,” she concluded.Dr. Kazem Mousavi, the spokesman for the Green Party of Iran in exile, told the Post that “a member of the democratic Bundestag must not promote and support the worst racist campaign of our time, BDS. The membership of the Iranian-born member of the Bundestag Nouripour on the advisory board of the anti-Israeli DGP, which poses a security threat to Germany, not only harms German politics, but supports, first of all, the Holocaust-denying regime in Iran.”Mousavi, who has campaigned for years for a ban of the pro-Hezbollah and pro-Iranian regime rally al-Quds Day in Berlin, added that “the policy of the DGP, which practically supports the BDS call, is in line with the Iranian annihilation doctrine, which systematically pursues the deforestation, isolation and extinction of the Jewish state of Israel. The mullah regime also bans Israeli products in Iran by law.”He said that “for Nouripour, it should not be unknown that the regime was actually the original initiator of the racist BDS campaign. In 2000, the current Iranian Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, chaired the Asian preparatory meeting in Tehran for the so-called UN World Conference against Racism in Durban, South Africa, which was marked by antisemitic incidents. The goal was to promote the boycott of Israeli products worldwide.In this sense, there are also well-known Iranian and non-Iranian regime lobbyists who, under the guise of supporting the Palestinians, are directly or indirectly involved in anti-Israel BDS institutions in the West and  in Germany.”“As an Iranian  dissident, I urge Nouripour to distance himself immediately from the DGP,” Mousavi noted. “He is also – whether he likes it or not – keenly opposed by the Iranian regime opponents because of his longstanding efforts to promote Germany’s ‘good’ friendship with Iran’s clerical fascism and his apparent position with which he argues against US sanctions and regime change in Iran.”Nouripour did not immediately respond to numerous Post queries about his alleged BDS activity and role within the DPG. In an interview last week with the Franfurter Rundschau paper, Nouripur said “we must be louder than the racists” when fighting right-wing extremism. All of Germany’s right-wing extremist parties support BDS.