Shocking Report On Germany/Failed-State Level 4GW Crime

Shocking Report On Germany/Failed-State Level 4GW Crime
June 20, 2017 Admin

There are some highly interesting pieces of information coming out of Germany right now. They refer to the growing problem of Middle-Eastern gangs, crime families, and ‘No-Go Zone’ communities essentially ceasing to acknowledge the authority of the police and even actively effecting power over them.

I have written about the situation in Germany with immigrant crime before, even comparing it to Mordor, however even I was shocked by the information below.

First we have info relayed via Zero Hedge but originally from the Gatestone Institute (bolding is my own):Ghettos 3

A court in Hanover has handed suspended sentences to six members of a Kurdish clan who seriously wounded two dozen police officers during a violent rampage in Hameln. The court’s ruling was greeted with anger and derision by police who said it is yet another example of the laxity of Germany’s politically correct judicial system.

The case goes back to January 2014, when a 26-year-old clan member, arrested for robbery, tried to escape from the magistrate’s office by jumping out of a seventh-floor courtroom window. The suspect was taken to the hospital, where he died. Members of his clan subsequently ransacked the hospital, as well as the court, and attacked police with rocks and other projectiles; 24 police officers and six paramedics were injured.

The judge said he was lenient because the defendants witnessed the death of the 26-year-old and were traumatized. The judge also revealed that he had reached a deal with the clan, which among other effects prevented police from testifying in court.

Dietmar Schilff, chairman of the GdP police union in Lower Saxony, said that the ruling had left many police officers shaking their heads in disbelief: “All police forces expect protection and support from the state.” He added:

“If we want to protect those who ensure public security, it must be clear that anyone who attacks police officers attacks the state — and has to fear appropriate consequences. It does not matter from which milieu the perpetrators come.”

Observers have surmised that the real reason for the judge’s leniency was that he feared Ghettos 5his family might be subjected to retribution from the clan.

Middle Eastern crime syndicates have established themselves across Germany, where they engage in racketeering, extortion, money laundering, pimping and trafficking in humans, weapons and drugs.

The syndicates, which are run by large clans with origins in Lebanon, Turkey, Syria, among other places, operate with virtual impunity because German judges and prosecutors are unable or unwilling to stop them.

The clans — some of which migrated to Germany during Lebanon’s 1975-1990 civil war and have grown to thousands of members — now control large swathes of German cities and towns — areas that are effectively lawless and which German police increasingly fear to approach.

Ralph Ghadban, a Lebanese-German political scientist and a leading expert on Middle Eastern clans in Germany, said that the Hanover ruling was a massive failure of the German judicial system. He added that the only way for Germany to achieve control over the clans is to destroy them:

“In their concept of masculinity, only power and force matter; if someone is humane and civil, this is considered a weakness. In clan structures, in tribal culture everywhere in the world, ethics are confined to the clan itself. Everything outside the clan is enemy territory.”

In an interview with Focus, Ghadban elaborated:Ghettos 1

“I have been following this trend for years. The clans now feel so strong that they are attacking the authority of the state and the police. They have nothing but contempt for the judiciary…. The main problem in dealing with clans: state institutions give no resistance. This makes the families more and more aggressive — they simply have no respect for the authorities….

“The state must destroy the clan structures. Strong and well-trained police officers must be respected on the street. It is a poor example if clan members are allowed seriously to injure 24 policemen and six others without having to fear real consequences. In addition, lawyers and judges must be trained. The courts are issuing feeble judgments based on a false understanding of multiculturalism and the fear of the stigma of being branded as racist….

“The clans adhere to a religious group, a kind of sect with an Islamic orientation. The Islamic understanding of their spiritual leader, Sheikh al-Habashi, who died a few years ago, justifies violence against unbelievers. He taught that there is only the house of ??war [Dar al-Harb], which justifies plundering unbelievers and possessing their wives….”

In Berlin, a dozen or more Lebanese clans dominate organized crime in the German capital, according to Die Welt. They effectively control the districts of Charlottenburg, Kreuzberg, Moabit, Neukölln and Wedding. The clans are committed to counterfeiting, dealing in drugs, robbing banks and burglarizing department stores. Experts estimate that around 9,000 people in Berlin are members of clans.Ghettos 2

The clans reject the authority of the German state. Instead, they run a “parallel justice system” in which disputes are resolved among themselves with mediators from other crime families. A classified police report leaked to Bild described how the clans use cash payments and threats of violence to influence witnesses whenever German police or prosecutors get involved.

The clans are now canvassing refugee shelters in search of young and physically strong men to join their ranks. State Prosecutor Sjors Kamstra explained:

“The refugees come here with no money. They are shown how inexpensive money can be obtained very quickly. Poverty makes this seductive. Many of them cannot speak German and are naturally vulnerable when they are addressed by someone in their native language. For the clans, the refugees are welcome newcomers, because they are new here and are not known to the police.”

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All of this is a classic illustration of the evolution of 4th Generation Warfare within a nation state. As William S. Lind has written about extensively, as the nation state’s official government loses legitimacy, either through ineptitude of through the lack of common culture among its citizens, that vacuum is filled by other entities and groups.

In this case, the very obvious fact that Muslim immigrants will never view secular Western governments as their own has caused these crime families to become mini governments separate and distinct from the official German one. muslim paedos 2

Also at this point the battle is halfway lost already, because for the German state to re-take legitimacy, they would need to demonstrate their power over the gangs. However, in order to do that they would almost invariably have to engage in ‘Goliath’-style actions that will make the gangs look like the victim, at least to members their own community.

Unfortunately the German government is actually GIVING the gangs additional power though, as we can see from the following facts:

The clans have also entered the refugee business by buying real estate and renting those properties to asylum seekers at exorbitant prices. Focus magazine reported that they are laundering dirty money while at the same time getting paid by the German state to house migrants.

Focus reporters visited a dilapidated apartment in Berlin in which five Syrian refugees were accommodated in 20 square meters (215 square feet). On the regular rental market the apartment would barely have yielded €300 ($335) a month in rent, but the clan collects around €3,700 ($4,125) per month from the German state, which pays landlords to house migrants. “Business with the refugees is now more profitable than drug trafficking,” said Heinz Buschkowsky, a former mayor of Neukölln.

The Berlin Criminal Police Office (Landeskriminalamt) confirmed that “proceeds from criminal offenses, including organized crime, were invested in real estate by the persons concerned or by third parties.” Tom Schreiber, a member of the Berlin House of Deputies, said the clans have exposed the moral bankruptcy of the German government: “The state promotes organized crime with taxpayer money.”

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Obviously if all these reports are true, Germany’s future is just as bleak as we all have believed it is. If this is what things are like when fighting-age native German men make up 50% of the nation, as they do now, what will things be like when they only make up 30%? Or 15%?

Some in Germany are beginning to realize this:

“Berlin is lost,” said Michael Kuhr, a well-known Berlin-based security consultant. “These clan structures have established themselves in all areas of organized crime. We will never go back to how things were 20 years ago. In addition, these people are highly dangerous and have lost all respect for the power of the state.”

In Duisburg, a leaked police report revealed that in the Marxloh district, the streets are effectively controlled by Lebanese clans that reject the authority of German police. They have taken over entire streets to carry out illegal business activity. New migrants from Bulgaria and Romania are contributing to the problems. Marxloh’s streets serve as invisible boundaries between ethnic groups, according to Die Welt. Residents speak of “the Kurdish road” or “the Romanian road.”

Police say they are alarmed by the aggressiveness and brutality of the clans, which are said to view crime as leisure activity. If police dare to intervene, hundreds of clan members are mobilized to confront the police. A local woman interviewed by Deutschlandfunk radio said she was afraid for her safety: “After dark I would not stand here because there are a lot of conflicts between foreigners, especially between Lebanese and Turks.”

A 17-page report prepared for the state parliament in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) revealed that Lebanese clans in Duisburg divide up neighborhoods in order to pursue criminal activities. These clans do not recognize the authority of the police. Their members are males between the ages of 15 and 25 and “nearly 100%” of them are known to police.

The report also described the situation in Duisburg’s Laar district, where two large Lebanese families call the shots: “The streets are actually regarded as a separate territory. Outsiders are physically assaulted, robbed and harassed. Experience shows that the Lebanese clans can mobilize several hundred people in a very short period of time by means of a telephone call.”Malmo 5

Peter Biesenbach of the Christian Democrats (CDU) said: “If this is not a no-go area, then I do not know what is.” He has called for an official inquiry to determine the true scope of the criminal clans in NRW.

NRW Interior Minister Ralf Jäger rejected that request because such a study would be politically incorrect:

“Further data collection is not legally permissible. Both internally and externally, any classification that could be used to depreciate human beings must be avoided. In this respect, the use of the term ‘family clan’ (Familienclan) is forbidden from the police point of view.”

In nearby Gelsenkirchen, Kurdish and Lebanese clans are vying for control of city streets, some of which have become zones that are off-limits to German authorities. In one incident, police were patrolling an area in the southern part of the city when they were suddenly surrounded and physically assaulted by more than 60 members of a clan.

In another incident, two police officers stopped a driver after he ran a red light. The driver stepped out of the car and ran away. When police caught up with him, they were confronted by more than 50 clan members. A 15-year-old attacked a policeman from behind and strangled him to the point of unconsciousness.

Senior members of the Gelsenkirchen police department subsequently held a secret meeting with representatives of three Arab clans in order to “cultivate social peace between Germans and Lebanese.” A leaked police report revealed that the clans told Police Chief Ralf Feldmann that “the police cannot win a war with the Lebanese because we outnumber them.” The clan members added: “This applies to all of Gelsenkirchen, if we so choose.”

When Feldman countered that he would dispatch police reinforcements to disrupt their activities, the clan members laughed in his face and said: “The government does not have enough money to deploy the numbers of police necessary to confront the Lebanese.” The police report concluded that German authorities should not harbor any illusions about the actual balance of power: “The police would be defeated.”

Another leaked police report revealed that the clans are the “executive body of an existing parallel legal system to self-adjudicate matters between large Kurdish and Lebanese families in the western Ruhr area.” These clans “despise the police and German courts” and “settle their matters on their own terms.”

For a specific example we have the following:Muslim-paedos2

In Naumburg, police confiscated the driver’s license of Ahmed A., a 21-year-old member of a Syrian clan, during a traffic stop. Almost immediately, police were surrounded by a mob of other clan members. The police retreated. The mob then marched to the police station, which they proceeded to ransack.

Ahmed A., a serial offender whose asylum application was rejected but who remains in Germany, said: “Lock me up. I have nothing to lose. I am going to put a bullet in the head of every single police officer. I will make your life feel like hell. Then I’ll just be a cop killer.” He also warned the police officer who seized his license: “I will destroy his life. I know exactly where he lives.” He then explained what he would do to the officer’s wife and daughter. Ahmed A. was allowed to walk free; police said there were insufficient grounds for his arrest.

Naumburg police have defended their weak response as being due to a lack of personnel, but regional parliamentarian Daniel Sturm pointed to the big picture: “We are talking about resistance to the power of the state.” The Interior Minister of Saxony-Anhalt, Holger Stahlknecht, said that it appeared as though the Syrian clan had established a “parallel society” in Naumburg. A local newspaper noted that the police’s failure to act “sounds like the capitulation of the state of law (Rechtsstaat).”

Rainer Wendt, head of the German Police Union (DPolG), criticized city officials for their lack of resolve. “Bremen has capitulated to extremely dangerous clans. The state’s monopoly of the legitimate use of physical force [Gewaltmonopol des Staates] is now becoming the law of the jungle. Security continues to go down the drain.”suicide of reason


It is interesting that Herr Wendt in the concluding paragraph uses the term ‘Law of the Jungle’. That is the exact phrase used by Lee Harris in his famous book The Suicide Of Reason: Radical Islam’s Threat To The West.

In that book Harris theorizes that the the modern secular West has forgotten ‘the law of the jungle’, and that because our Muslim opponents have not, we basically place our heads in the guillotine by inviting them in via mass immigration.

As he states in the book, the question that will define the West’s future is whether its people can reawaken to the law of the jungle, and learn to defend with blunt tribal ferocity and violence their lands and cultures.

That still remains to be seen, and either way Germany may already be lost, but as we saw yesterday in London (whether one likes the method or not) some Europeans are indeed re-remembering such concepts.

Comments (33)

  1. Rick 7 months ago

    I actually view these situations as much worse than !slamic terror!sm, People also need to stop deluding themselves (though i don’t think anyone who visits this site does) that Kurds are “the good guys” or we should accept Christians from the Middle East. They are all culturally incompatible. At this point turning the gangs on each other would probably be the best strategy.

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      Agreed. I use to think that way about Kurds, which is somewhat understandable, given that we normally hear about them fighting ISIS, and given that they tend to look more like us than most folks from that region (heavy preponderance of light colored hair and eyes, at least comparatively) but then I remember reading in Inside The Jihad about all the Kurd’s the author met in Afghanistan, who were all exactly the same as the rest of the jihadis.

      They are all absolutely culturally incompatible, and unfortunately the terror attacks are the least of the problem and do indeed take focus off the more serious demographic and criminal problems.

  2. shadowman 7 months ago

    The German people are pussies, as are the Swedes. Both countries will soon be Somalias in Europe.

    I can’t see either the German people or the Swedes mounting any resistance at all. Not even the military seem to be interested. What a pathetic couple of former countries these are.

    • Alexander Lund 7 months ago

      Hello shadowman,
      have you forgotten JCS 1067?
      Everything remotely connected to doing or supporting violence was eradicated from us Germans.
      Yes, I am one.

      Yes, it is the old “But the other ones…”

      You see, I will now ask the question that got me banned from at least four german forums:

      After WWII Germany lost the Eastern territories: Prussia, Pommeria etc.
      People living in those territories were expelled to West- and East-Germany.
      Those expelled people, among them were those who served in the Wehrmacht and some of them committed deeds of courage and guts that were rewarded with the Iron Cross, the Knights Cross etc.
      Those men stormed into enemy machine gun fire, attacked tanks singlehandedly – so they were MEN.

      But in the 1950 the german secretary of foreign affairs, Heinrich von Brentano, said that the Eastern territories were lost.
      All those men of Courage (who had lived in the Eastern territories) did nothing.
      Not more then ten years were needed to turn MEN into sissies.
      And now remember that the protection of politicians of the 1950 was laughable compared to today (German chancellor Adenauer had about ONE Police officer as Bodyguard)

      Do you think that the former MEN decided to ask Adenauer and / or Brentano why they turned traitor. Or punish them for turning traitor.

      And now go to the US.
      Among the 2nd AD crowd every second month you see a picture of Jane Fonda and the words: “I forgive Jane Fonda, when the jews forgive Hitler.”
      So, Jane Fonda is the arch-traitor to them.
      The same men that stormed VC machine gun fire, infiltrated VC strongholds, had unconventional warfare Training about improvised weapons and do you think they can get organized enough to pay Jane Fonda a visit?
      How long did it take for MEN to get turned into sissies?

      We have been brainwashed into individuals. We can trust nobody. If one of us would try to do something, you can bet that the other ones will first post it on Facebook and then run to the Police.
      And look at the battles on the streets. The left wing stays together and if they are in a court nobody rats out another. But the state attorney just Needs to look evil at one of us and before you can say “Cheese” we fall upon each other like hyenas.

      • shadowman 7 months ago

        Hi Alexander – thank you very much for your reply.

        It is very good to hear from those in Germany like yourself, and to hear how things ended up in the present-day situation. What you have said is both sobering and frightening.

        I apologise for my comment. It was made in a sense of frustration and despair, seeing what is happening in Germany and the other Western Europe countries.
        Welcome, and thanks again for your post.

        • Alex Lund 7 months ago

          Hello shadowman,
          you do not need to apologize because I feel the same despair as you.
          And on top of that I feel rage. Yes, contrary to many germans I can still feel rage and hate.
          I want to change something but wherever I look I see not people but zombies.
          The majority is not interested in their survival just in enough beer, football/soccer on tv etc.
          And those that say the are for survival are untrustworthy.
          So, I rage because I would like to change that but I cannot.
          How do you bring trust back?
          I do not know.
          On the one hand I despair because I have the feeling this is the swan song of the european people. Our dive into the cold embrace of the grave.
          On the other hand I hope for better times. (Yes, I read the Northwest quintology of Harold Covington. I know according to his standards I am too corrupted to live in the Northwest. But if I had a choice of either living on the fringe of the Northwest or Europe today – you know where I would be.)

          • shadowman 7 months ago

            Thanks for that, Alex.
            Yeah, I know what you mean – “materialistic zombies”, all over the place.

            I mentioned in a post here a while ago (I think it was here) that even *animals* feel anger and rage when their homes and territories are invaded. This kind of emotion is such a natural defense response that it is an essential trait and is found everywhere in nature. I contrasted it with the brain-dead fools who *welcome* their enemies into their “territories” (countries).

      • Author
        Admin 7 months ago

        I second the rage, my friends. It is the only logical response to such evils.

        Humans are malleable creatures though, I still think one day the men of Germany and Sweden will become more vicious than we could possibly imagine today.

        • Kadphises 7 months ago

          There is additional hope coming from a (for me) rather unexpected side:
          “As time passes, Ukrainian earners will displace Muslim immigrants as the cheap labor source in EU countries.”
          “Without a doubt, visa-free will create new opportunities for the expansion of Ukrainian political presence in Poland and the reinforcement of legal and illegal Ukrainian nationalist and Nazi networks.”
          “The experts whom I’ve consulted on the matter predict among other things an increase in arms experts [sic] from Ukraine to the EU. Belarus, a country with 10 million people and model border and law enforcement services, has already been hit with this problem. Even Belarus has turned out incapable of blocking weapon exports across its border from Ukraine. The country is increasingly awash with weapons from the “Anti-Terrorist Operation” that were used to shoot at the people of Donbass. As my partners in Belarus have reported, the cost of weapons on the black market has fallen dramatically as a result of such Ukrainian “exports” to Belarus.
          There is no doubt that EU countries whose purchasing power and market sizes are disproportionately higher than Belarus’ will become an attractive market for weapons from the ATO zone and a window of opportunity for Ukrainian criminals. ”

          Maybe German preservationists need to rethink their love of Putin and start networking with Ukrainian nationalists.
          And, although the article attempts painting a picture of imminent danger for Ukraine and the West, I think if it really happens what the author predicts, it would be good for Russia, for the Ukraine and for Europe:
          – Fewer young men in the Ukraine means pressure is taken away from the conflict in Eastern Ukraine and a stable peace can be reached more easily
          – Illegal Ukrainian workers will be cheaper and easier to integrate than legal Muslim workers, which will bring them into direct conflict with the Muslim lobby and Middle Eastern gangs
          – Hopefully virile Ukrainian White Nationalist fighters will extend their reach beyond the Visegrad nations and to the streets of Berlin, Vienna and Munich, where they would cooperate with German preservationists to reconquer our cities, instead of fighting their Slavic brothers in the Donbass region

          • Author
            Admin 7 months ago

            Hey Kadphises very interesting stuff.

            The Ukraine situation is always a conundrum to me. I just don’t know what to think. On the international stage I am pretty sympathetic to Russia and Putin, and it is always reported that their opponents in ‘Western Ukraine’ or whatever you would call it are getting paid by Soros.

            However, I am also aware that there are some very solid young fighting men on that side many of whom are very right-wing, etc.

            So yeah hard to so.

            I absolutely think that anything to do with increased cohesion and collaboration between the eastern european countries or between Preservationists in them is VERY good, and if that can reach into Germany and other Western European nations and provide additional advantages to Western Europeans opposed to civilizational-suicide that is a good thing.

            What are your thoughts on the Ukraine/Russia situation? Would welcome any additional perspective/clarity you can provide.


          • Kadphises 7 months ago

            I am also not really sure what to think about the situation in Ukraine and Putin’s long-term goals, either. But from my point of view as a European preservationists and a German nationalist, I think it would be fair to say that:
            – Putin wants to revive the Soviet Union in a geopolitical sense, as a Russian-dominated Eurasian “empire”, but probably not in an ideological sense (although he is a former KGB officer, so maybe I am naive?); I’m fine with his geopolitical goals, as I see Russian Slavs as brothers and I think they should be the ones to control the resources of Siberia, Central Asia and the Caucasus region. But I would rather see an alliance with Japan and the R.O.C. (Taiwan) in the Far East, than with the power-hungry Communist P.R.C.
            – He more than tolerates Soviet and Stalinist nostalgia among the Russians, does not acknowledge the Holodomor as a genocide, while prohibiting holocaust revisionism; every year the rape and destruction of Germany by the Red Army (and the Western allies) is celebrated as a “liberation from fascism”; obviously I see this as very negative aspects of his government, although it is still nothing compared to Merkel’s madness inviting and celebrating the next generation of rapist invaders in Germany…
            – Geopolitically, he wants to play a stronger role also in the Middle East and supports Assad’s Syria as well as Shiite Iran and Hezbollah in the fight against terrorists (Sunni jihadists). This is something which I see as very positive, because, if successful, it will stabilize the region, reduce the influx of migrants into Europe and build a counter-weight to the two main powers undermining the stability of the West (one of them being Salafist Saudi Arabia, the #1 state sponsor of terrorism and Islamist expansionism)
            – So, where does that leave Ukraine? Although I sympathize ideologically with the Ukrainian nationalists rather than with the Russian separatists, who are largely caught in the Soviet and Stalin nostalgia mentioned above, I see it as a conflict provoked by the West, and as a tragic brother-war, needless bloodshed which benefits only the (((establishment))) on both sides, but terribly harms the people. I hope that this conflict can be ended, a stable compromise can be found, and that the courage of Ukrainian nationalists can find a worthier cause than fighting against their Slavic brothers.

          • Kadphises 6 months ago

            Talking about networking between European preservationists instead of old-school nationalism: are you familiar with the 5th Political Theory, which, as I understand it, favors an adaptation to diaspora life and tribal networking for preservationist Whites over electoral politics but also over a direct involvement in violent conflict with Muslim invaders?
            It would be very interesting to hear your thoughts on these ideas.

          • Author
            Admin 6 months ago

            Thanks for the link Kadphises- that is a very well-written and fascinating site that I had never stumbled across before.

            I think I will write a post with my thoughts on the subject! Glad you linked to it.

  3. Unknown 7 months ago

    Political correctness: “In this respect, the use of the term ‘family clan’ (Familienclan) is forbidden from the police point of view.”
    Top priority is control over communication in order to avoid any kind of bad feelings of the soul. Citizens must absolutely be protected from any kind of bad word or image. The physical realities, however, must not be considered, as they are a source of evil feelings and thoughts.
    No, this is not my opinion. This is the continuation of a radical christian faith, one that neglects the body and similar resources, one that dreams of soul and peace and heaven. One that easily falls prey to humans with contrary goals. We have a backlash to the middle ages…

    • SteveRogers42 7 months ago

      The manipulation of language is less about protecting the feelz of the sheeple, and more about concealing the true state of affairs so that the sheeple will not awaken. Massaging crime stats to produce a more soporific picture is a practice at least three decades old in America:

      I know for a fact that a drive-by shooting of an unoccupied dwelling is classed as a “vandalism” in at least one medium-sized West Coast city…

      • Author
        Admin 7 months ago

        I agree with Lafond, it does seem as if violent crime is going up, and the reporting of it all seems increasingly obtuse and ambiguous.

        I am reading The Road To Ruin right now by James Rickards and while its on economics, he talks alot about the elites like Soros, et al, and the (purposeful) mechanisms through which they accomplish their goals.

        They have all studied deeply how best to affect society without raising notice and opposition. Soros was a following of Karl Popper in this regard, and Rickards quotes Rahm Emannuel repeatedly in his famous line of ‘Never let a good crisis go to waste’.

        On the other hand the books evokes some hope too because it shows just how in over their heads many of these elites are and that the things they think they control are actually far out of their grasp.

  4. Freddy 7 months ago

    The yearly growing no-go-areas in Germany are unfortunately not to be denied.
    At the moment, people with average income still have the opportunity to avoid these areas and live elsewhere
    The problems have (primarily) the so-called “socially vulnerable” and the police who have to deal with the gangsters.
    Of course the retreat into other areas is not a solution, but only a post-ponement of the problem.
    Nobody knows when the critical point will be achieved and the massive backlash comes.
    It still seems to last because in countries like the UK, France or Belgium they are some steps before us and nevertheless nothing happens.

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      That’s an excellent point Freddy, it is the same here in the U.S., the middle class and upper middle class liberals that love ‘diversity’ all live in 100% homogenous areas where everyone is wealthy and white, whereas the medicaid population is invariably mixed, with whites blacks and hispanics all living on top of each other. Sometimes the groups get along, but other times- especially when one of the minority groups becomes a majority within a given area, the opposite is the case.

      Overall, it is the poor whites who suffer the consequences of mass-immigration.

  5. SteveRogers42 7 months ago

    Alexander — serious question: Do German street cops carry guns, or are they disarmed like English Bobbies?

    I know about GSG 9, but I was wondering about the basic patrol officer on the beat.

    • Alexander Lund 7 months ago

      Hello SteveRogers42,
      every day I have to pass through one big trainstation (I know that the security Services know exactly who I am but I do not want to paint a bigger targetting cross on my back then necessary. Just say it is the main trainstation of one of the 16 capitols of the german federal states.).

      Yes, those police officers carry guns and sometimes SMGs, but those only if there is a higher alert or a Football/Soccer game.
      And the police officers in every town carry guns. They even have SMGs in their police stations (I know because I once had to file a report about a lawbreaker and was allowed inside and there was a box of about 10 SMGs and some magazines. But you could not see the box from the outside or the entrance area where you made your first contact with the police officers.).

  6. SteveRogers42 7 months ago

    Excellent comments, Alexander. Are you familiar with this post from Julian’s website?

  7. Dashui 7 months ago

    Remember my joke 2 weeks ago about if you go to Germany pack your chainmail?

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      Oh my God lol….

      You cast that into reality didn’t you lol.

      Is the article actually serious or is it satirical? Its presented seriously but I have never heard of anything like that in my life.

  8. SteveRogers42 7 months ago

    Aside from the criminal clans and the political terrorists, here’s the official word about the flotsam and jetsam that makes up the sea in which the guerillas swim:

    “German” commissioner Aydan Ozoguz…”The truth about the migrants’ lack of qualifications and language skills is now sinking in.”

    In other words, up until now, the ruling elite of Germany thought that the inbred 85-IQ’s who have been such a stellar success in heir own lands would magically morph into First World high achievers once they set foot in Der Vaterland?

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      That is very good too, the more people they have on the dole when all the Baby-Boomer retire the more swiftly the economy will collapse and the sooner the Merkelists will be deposed 🙂

      • SteveRogers42 7 months ago

        You are in a “glass-half-full” kinda mood!

        • Author
          Admin 7 months ago

          Yes guess it depends on how you think of it doesn’t it?

          There’s a real estate investor/entrepreneur guy I like who says that the key to success is ‘continually shrinking your glass so it always gets more full’.

          Guess that’s why mass European bank and pension defaults is 🙂

  9. Kadphises 7 months ago

    While police is unable to deal with Middle Eastern gangs, they are raiding the homes of those openly criticizing the invasion of our countries on social media:
    “Europe is under siege,” Nehlen said. “Intimidating and jailing the most vocal part of your populace isn’t going to stop the problem. Quite the contrary. What European nations are inadvertently telling their citizens is that they will, at some point in the very near future, need to physically engage the invasion force themselves. Speaking out against the invasion won’t result in help from your government, it will get you removed from the battlefield.”

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      Shoot man forget that wimply little rodent Paul Ryan we need Nehlen to unseat Theresa May or Angela Merkel… I didn’t know he was so up on all the Europe stuff that is fantastic…

      But yeah the one consolation about these evil scum arresting more of our compatriots is that it suggests they are getting worried, which is a good sign 🙂

      • Kadphises 7 months ago

        Yeah! Honestly, I didn’t know who Paul Nehlen is until I read the article I linked above. Great guy. We need more unapologetic patriots like him in Europe.

        • Author
          Admin 7 months ago

          Yeah Breitbart was backing him huge during the primary when he was running against Ryan but then Ryan one. I was thinking Wisconsin voters were hopeless at that point but then they voted for Trump and shocked everyone so I guess I was partially wrong at least!

    • Author
      Admin 6 months ago

      Agreed. 100%.

      I think as always Herr Donovan points a good way on this. We must ‘become barbarians’ again, since that is what society considers us and because we no longer live in a high trust society, but we must be barbarians within a Mannerbunde, rather than the ‘solitary western anti-hero’ motif. I think as the writer of the article correctly intimates, you still need that high-trust behavior, but just within smaller confines or in relation to a different group than ‘all society’.

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