Two rapefugees—a Nigerian and an Afghani—have been arrested in two separate sex-attack rape incidents in Germany during the first day of the North West Rhine’s (NRW) famous street carnivals, police have admitted.
According to the Focus news service, “Police have arrested an immigrant from Africa,” after a 24-year-old woman was raped at the street carnival in the NRW city of Gütersloh.
The woman was attacked and raped in broad daylight by an African, and was able to immediately file a complaint with a complete description of her attacker.
Two hours later, Focus reported, a 29-year-old “asylum seeker” from Nigeria was arrested. The police were unable to say at this early stage exactly how long the nonwhite invader had been in Germany.
The Bild newspaper reported that a “refugee” raped a 22-year-old woman in Cologne during the first day of the carnival in that city.
The victim, who works as a waitress, was accosted by a nonwhite invader in the street at 3 A.M. while she was going home from work, police said.
“The young woman was approached by the offender who showed her pornographic video material on his cell phone. He then suddenly struck her so brutally in the face that she lost consciousness,” police spokesman Ralf Remmert told Bild, adding that the nonwhite had made it clear to her with the pornographic material what he wanted from her.
When the woman finally came to, she realized she had been raped and went to the police to report the attack. Based on her description, the police swooped on a local “asylum center” and arrested a 17-year-old nonwhite invader from Afghanistan.
The BBC has reported that there were twenty-two sexual assaults in Cologne on the first day of the carnival, but that the police “are refusing to discuss the ethnicity of those arrested at the street festival.”
* The Rheinische Post newspaper reported that in “view of the continuing influx,” the German government now expects at least “two million more refugees are on their way to Germany.”
This means that an extra 400,000 will be allocated to the NRW province, Städte- und Gemeindebund Nordrhein-Westfalen (Towns and Municipalities Union of NRW) chief executive Bernd Jürgen Schneider said.
Obviously panicked at the prediction, Schneider took the unusual step of demanding of the central government that it implement its laws: “We should reject those who do not qualify [for asylum] or who come from safe third countries, as it is regulated in the Dublin agreement,” he said.