May 03, 2016

COVER UP: German government tried to ERASE TAPES of Cologne Muslim sex assaults

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator
 

The Local reports: 

Officials 'tried to erase rape' from Cologne NYE report

Shortly after the attacks in many cities in 6 countries where Muslim molestation, rape, robbery and groping took place, it was revealed on Polish TV that the German government had ordered CCTV video of the Cologne train station, where the worst attack too place, to be ERASED

Today, from The Local, this has surfaced:

  A chief superintendent in the Cologne police told the investigative committee established in the wake of the attacks that the interior ministry in North Rhine-Westphalia had sought to influence the investigations.

The officer explained that an official from the ministry had called about a rape charge mentioned in an internal police report.

"That isn’t rape. Get rid of it. Delete the report," the ministry official said, according to the chief superintendent.

The rape report was made by a young woman who alleges she was surrounded by a group of around 50 men, some of whom pushed their fingers inside of her.

When he complained about the caller’s angry and abrupt tone, the official replied "these are the orders from the ministry. I’m simply passing them on."

The 52-year-old chief inspector said that he had never in his career experienced an intervention of this nature from the ministry.

 The rest is equally damning. 

One of the questions that might be asked in cases like this is what constitutes a totalitarian government? Does it have to be black uniforms and Siberian reeducation camps? Or can it be forcing the public to make bad choices for its own interests based on information control.

Reeducation can be done via state TV and workplace, as well as social ostracism as we see in Canada as well as Germany.

The second form of soft totalitarianism is actually far worse.

It doesn't leave marks that can drive people to revolution. But when the state media is used to push a narrative by careful edits, invention of details or more commonly, the deletion of crucial facts of an event, you have a more effective kind of totalitarianism that tends to cause less outrage. 

 Today in Germany, Lutz Bachmann, the leader of PEGIDA Germany, was fined  9,600 EUR (11,516.00 USD/14,016.00CAD) for saying things the German state didn't like. A translation of part of an article about the conviction and fine from Die Welt:

Pegida-Founder Bachmann convicted for incitement of the people/hate speech ("Volksverhetzung")
Pegida-founder Lutz Bachmann was sentenced to a fine of 9,600 EUR (11,516.00 USD/14,016.00CAD) for "Volksverhetzung" (incitement of the people/hate speech) by the district court Dresden on tuesday.
Pegida-Gründer Lutz Bachmann has been sentenced by the district court Dresden for "Volksverhetzung" (incitement of the people/hate speech) to a fine of 9,600 Euro (or 120 daily fines in lieu of jail time of 80 Euro). The head of the islam- and refugee-adversed association is said to have denigrated refugees, and to have incited hatred towards them, in comments on facebook.
So the German government knowingly and deliberately falsified data in order to preserve one side of a narrative on mass Muslim migration they know the German people would hate if they knew the truth of it, while levying large fines on a German citizen for saying things about the other side of an important issue, one which is central to democracy.
Even though what Bachmann said may have been true.
Keep an eye on Parliament Hill. A tactic this powerful and effective cannot go unnoticed by someone who thinks doing pushups is the way to present the office of Prime Minister. 
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commented 2016-05-04 21:27:10 -0400
The second video: News Report from the ZDF (a state media). And so not only the crass and vulgar prosecution (hunting down) of the Founder of PEGIDA continues and intensifies, but the subtle character assassination too. From memory, Lutz Bachman was a little wild in his youth (from memory the delicts he committed… were very light/minor and I think committed when he lived in South Africa?)…but the systematic bringing them out again and again in the so-called SERIOUS and MAIN GERMAN NEWS BULLETINS are meant to hammer away at that image Erdogan’s B*tch, Merkel and her gang want to give every dissenting voice, especially strong ones like that of Lutz Bachman.
commented 2016-05-04 16:53:55 -0400
The German people are soon going to get a STRONG MAN to replace merkel, and then they are going to go the " other" way , then we’d better watch out !!
Remember they have over 100 of our nuclear bombs set up over there
commented 2016-05-03 23:24:33 -0400
Deny the facts & enable them instead. Again, left wing thinking, always on the wrong side & it never makes sense.
You can’t count on the CBC to be fair & balanced when it comes to conservatives, although being publicly funded they should be there reporting all sides of a news story but you always get half, the half that makes the left look good & that will never change.
commented 2016-05-03 22:05:12 -0400
Victor – you are politically well adjusted when you equate Jeffersonian politics with classic liberalism. It shows us the grotesque fraud of malefic statism which cloaks itself under the political banner of liberalism these days
commented 2016-05-03 21:09:05 -0400
Victor Laszlo wrote “If we want to preserve classical liberalism … we are going to have to fight for … [it]. Again.” Quite right, unfortunately. There is also a quote from (I believe) Ronald Reagan along the lines of “Society is always just a generation away from losing freedom” (I’m paraphrasing from memory.) I think people keep rediscovering to their chagrin how fragile freedom truly is.
commented 2016-05-03 21:02:48 -0400
You can only push for so long.

Then you get lampposts.
commented 2016-05-03 20:38:53 -0400
I thought we had irradicated German Fascism last century only to see it resurface as EU hegemony.
commented 2016-05-03 20:38:53 -0400
I thought we had irradicated German Fascism last century only to see it resurface as EU hegemony.
commented 2016-05-03 20:33:01 -0400
VICTOR LASZLO/JIM CLARK:
Also in that link was this:
"…in 1948, Saudi Arabia abstained from the ratification vote on the Declaration, claiming that it violated Sharia law.31 Pakistan—which had signed the declaration—disagreed and critiqued the Saudi position.32 In 1982, the Iranian representative to the United Nations, Said Rajaie-Khorassani, said that the Declaration was “a secular understanding of the Judeo-Christian tradition” which could not be implemented by Muslims without conflict with Sharia…"
See ‘Criticism’, ‘Islam’: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Declaration_of_Human_Rights
commented 2016-05-03 18:54:57 -0400
Jim Clark:

No. We do not always win in the end. Most of the world is under totalitarian rile. The idea of individual human rights is rare and precious. The notion that the government is to serve the governed is also rare. Thomas Jefferson was probably the greatest man who ever lived in terms of defining the role and limits of political power and rightly said that the people must have freedom of speech and that the right to bear arms is necessary for that freedom of speech to be preserved.

This would explain why ONLY the USA seems to have any political freedom of speech at all and that is only vestigial.

If we want to preserve classical liberalism, the kind Jefferson gave the Americans for a little while, and the kind that Eleanor Roosevelt wrote for the UN Human Rights committee, we are going to have to fight for them. Again.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Declaration_of_Human_Rights
commented 2016-05-03 16:36:15 -0400
I think another example of state-controlled messaging is the CBC’s refusal to allow comments on its website on certain “sensitive” issues.

The publicly funded CBC is supposed to be a place of discussion for our geographically and culturally diverse country. By repressing public comments, it fails miserably in its main role.
commented 2016-05-03 16:25:17 -0400
No surprise – the libs are winning
commented 2016-05-03 16:14:46 -0400
darcy

Which is why there must be a rifle behind every blade of grass, and sympathizers of liberty in every military unit.

We are The People. We always win, in the bloody end
commented 2016-05-03 15:51:16 -0400
I personally think Jack, that this is the agenda. Willful ignorance to Islamic jihad will force the suppressed public to start pushing back. Once it breaks, there are measures that have been put into place that will allow Martial Law. Not just a local thing….this is a world wide shift of power from local governments to the UN.
So many people refuse to take off the rose colored glasses to see the truth. And it will be too late when those glasses are confiscated.
commented 2016-05-03 13:58:09 -0400
Shocker. This could lead to vigilantism. What happens when the authorities are not there for you and me. Oh, right, High River.