The Emasculated German Police

Can Merkel dodge another refugee security scandal
Can Merkel dodge another refugee security scandal

The German police couldn’t muster the will necessary to protect German women from a mob of unruly immigrants on New Years Eve, but they seem to have no problem with turning water cannons on their own people:

Water cannons and pepper spray have been used to push back more than a thousand anti-immigration protesters in Cologne as anger mounted in a demonstration following attacks on New Year’s Eve.

Pegida (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West) called a rally demanding Germany closes its border for refugees for “protection” after women were assaulted by crowds of men including asylum seekers.

But they were met by a huge counter-demonstration against end of sexual violence, racism and Islamophobia, while defending the right for refugees to seek safety.

Germany used to be a strong nation. Maybe it will be again someday, but clearly it isn’t now. Angela Merkel is leading the country down the path to destruction and ruin.

So crippled and mentally shackled are the Cologne police that they at first insisted New Years Eve had been “largely peaceful,” this apparently out of a desire to avoid saying that which might be construed  as offensive to the millions of refugees flooding into the country. Only after it was revealed that sexual assaults had occurred on a wide scale did they admit that, yes, things may have gotten a little out of hand.

But even then, several more days would still need to go by before an internal police report could be leaked to the media, a report containing the candid admission that what had occurred on New Years Eve was “chaotic and shameful.”

And then finally two days later–what happens? Out come the water cannons–but not against the illegal immigrants, rather against German citizens protesting in outrage at what had occurred. And of course their anger was justified. Take a look at the following video. This is what really occurred on New Years Eve.

And according to this report, women were forced to walk a “pathway of punishment.”

The analyst interviewed states it very well at about 5:45 when he says, “The police weren’t backed by German politics.” That’s it in a nutshell. The German police have been emasculated by the corrupt politics of the German government.

Corruption weakens a nation. And anytime a country falls under the Judeo-Zionist influence, as has happened in Germany, corruption is bound to set in. That’s not anti-Semitism. That’s simply a law of nature. Whenever leaders place the interests of a foreign nation and a foreign culture above their own, corruption is bound to be the result. And not just on a limited scale. We’re talking about corruption of the entire political landscape. This is how nations fall. And this is what is happening in Germany.

But it isn’t just Germany, of course. What took place in Cologne and other German cities could just as easily have occurred in France, Britain, or even America. When countries lose their moral, ethical, and spiritual values they go down. It’s that simple. And this is the general direction in which things are headed in the West.

Notice in the above video, at about 4:30, where it talks about a church in Germany removing its crosses so as not to offend refugees. You won’t be surprised to learn that it isn’t just Germany where churches are engaged in such absurdities.

In Sweden, a bishop by the name of Eva Brunne, reputedly the world’s first Lesbian bishop, has advocated that churches in her diocese remove their crosses and put up markings showing the direction to Mecca for the benefit of Muslim worshipers.

This is the extent to which spiritual values have cankered in the West, and it has been done all, or for the most part, in the name of multiculturalism.  Multiculturalism is in fact the new religion in the West (along with a few other religions, such as worship of money).

And guess who its main advocates have been? The Judeo-Zionists. The following video has been around for a few years, but I’m going to include it here because it basically sums up what I’m saying:

“When crimes are committed, and people place themselves outside the law then there must be consequences for asylum claims,” Merkel is reported to have said in response to the New Years attacks. Empty words. It was the German Chancellor’s policies which created the crisis in the first place, and she has given no indication of a substantial change in direction.

“The chancellor of the free world” is how Time Magazine described Merkel just a month ago in naming her “Person of the Year.” As of Sunday, January 10, a total of 516 complaints had been filed with the Cologne police, 40 percent of them for sexual offenses.

The tearing down of nations, as well as religions, is a goal being pursued–consciously by some people, subconsciously by others, the latter most likely a little further down the pyramid from the former. This has been happening in the Middle East for a while, but now we see it in the West as well.

“We have worked here for more than 40 years. I have never experienced anything like this before,” said the elderly Cologne lady interviewed in the video above. “We don’t understand the law. Even if we identify them [the refugees] we can’t deport them if they’re endangering the home country. That’s where my understanding of our laws ends.”

Perhaps for this lady, as well as many other Westerners, underestimating the venality of our leaders has been one of our most consequential shortcomings.

In the unlikely event the West experiences a revival of its spiritual and moral values, it may recoup some of its former strength, cohesion, and equilibrium. Absent that, however, it will continue to decay.



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