The German Government is taking swift action after identifying the rapist and killer of a young medical student to ensure no one knows who the criminal is.
A 17-year-old Muslim asylum-seeker from Afghanistan — who has been in Germany illegally for two years because he was an unaccompanied minor — was arrested on December 2, 2016 for the alleged rape and murder of a 19-year-old medical student in Freiburg, which had taken place in November.
The woman was viciously raped and thrown into a river where she drowned.
The Muslim immigrant was identified by his DNA.
The victim’s father is a senior European Union (EU) official and a vehement supporter of the migrant policy that has seen over a million “refugees” pour into Germany over the last year.
The aftermath of the murder was made even more bizarre by the fact the victim’s parents used her funeral to raise money for charities that are working to bring even more “refugees” into Germany. The victim herself was also a “refugee activist”.
As if the story couldn’t get any more disturbing, the German Government’s response was to warn German citizens, who had expressed their anger over the incident on Facebook, that they would be on the lookout for any Islamophobic hate speech.
Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel asserted the murder should not be used to stoke anti-migrant sentiment.
“Such horrible murders already happened before the first Afghan or Syrian refugee arrived here,” Gabriel told the Bild newspaper. “We will not allow incitement after such violent crimes, no matter who commits them.”
One of the major reasons why European countries support getting out of the European Union is because quasi-government agencies insist those member countries take in Muslim refugees.
The flood of Islamic refugees has led to ever increasing violent crime in areas where they are grouped.
But the EU is working hard on the crisis – by making sure no one knows about it. For example, with a case in Austria, a woman waiting for a train was raped by three Syrian refugees. But the judge ordered the nationality and status of the perpetrators not be released to the public, in order to prevent any negative feelings toward the refugees.
One of the problems regarding withholding this information to the public is some people are not on guard.
Take the strange case of Pippa Bacca, an Italian artist, who decided in 2008 to hitchhike through Muslim countries to show that Muslims were not violent.
Unfortunately, she was found dead after being brutally raped.
Despite the government crackdown on reporting the realities, German public opinion shows more and more citizens are worried about the threat of violence.
According to a recent YouGov poll, over 68% of Germans are now concerned about violence and fear for their lives and property when they are in public.
The problem is not just in Germany.
Sweden has the dubious distinction of being the rape capitol of the world.
Since Sweden’s Parliament made the decision to allow more Muslim immigrants into their country, reported rapes have increased 1,472% according to the Gatestone Institute report last year.