Nonwhite invader rape and sex attacks are now so common in Germany that the events in Cologne on New Year’s Eve have become “every day,” according to a Google maps website set up to track the incidents.
The German Twitter account, @XYEinzelfall (“individual cases”), has created a Google map to track police reports of crimes committed by nonwhite invaders in the country. “Cologne was just the tip of the iceberg,” the page says. “Cologne is every day.”
The Gatestone Institute has compiled a shocking list of sexual assaults and rapes by invaders in Germany in just the first two months of the year.
Drawing only from German media reports, the list documents more than 160 instances of rape and sexual assault committed by the nonwhites in train stations, swimming pools, and other public places against victims as young as seven.
German police use terms such as “southerners” (südländer), men with “dark skin” (dunkelhäutig, dunklere gesichtsfarbe, dunklem hauttyp), or “southern skin color” (südländische hautfarbe) to describe the alleged perpetrators.
Most recently, three girls aged 15, 16, and 17 were assaulted over two hours by a mob of up to 30 invaders at a shopping center in the northern city of Kiel.
Since the attack, which began when two Afghan men began stalking the teenagers and sharing photos on social media, other women have come forward to report similar experiences.
“Groups of young men gather at the Sophienhof [shopping center] every evening,” a restaurant owner told the Kieler Nachrichten newspaper.
“What they do here is unacceptable. The moment they see a young woman wearing a skirt or any type of loose clothing, they believe they have a free pass. It is about time migrants are made to understand: things in Germany function differently than in their home countries.”
After the Cologne attacks, which German authorities and media initially attempted to cover up, a total of 1075 criminal complaints have now been filed from the New Year’s Eve attacks, including 467 alleging crimes of a sexual nature ranging from insults to rape.
Last month, prosecutors said most of the suspects were refugees. Cologne prosecutor Ulrich Bremer said 73 suspects had been identified, of whom 12 were linked to sexual assaults.
He said earlier reports describing only three of the suspects as refugees were “total nonsense.” He told the Associated Press that “the overwhelming majority of persons fall into the general category of refugees.”
Some entered Germany saying they wanted to apply for “asylum,” while others had formally filed an application. Among the 15 suspects in custody was a Moroccan “asylum seeker” who entered Germany in November.
One female police officer in the northern city of Oldenburg told local newspaper Nordwest-Zeitung she feared a breakdown of public order in summer, when women begin to wear more revealing clothing.