After days of attempted controlled media cover-ups, photographs and reports have finally emerged in German media admitting that the perpetrators of the mass sex attack on German girls in Cologne on New Year’s Eve were all nonwhite invaders from North Africa.
The Express newspaper was the first to break ranks and admit that the attackers were nonwhites.
In an article published on January 2, 2016—two days after the attacks took place—that paper reported that a police official had confirmed that the “perpetrators were a group of young North Africans who have already been noticed in the past through their pickpocketing and drug trafficking activities near the main railway station.”
Even though the Express admitted the attackers were nonwhite—the only controlled media outlet so far to do so—they continued to deny that the perpetrators were part of the recent “refugee” invasion—as if somehow hundreds of North Africans “appeared” at the station this year by chance.
In a second report, published on January 3, the Express said that so far some thirty-five German girls had come forward to lay charges, and that police expected the figure to “get much higher.”
Hundreds of nonwhite invaders gathered at the Cologne railway station entrance, near the city’s famous cathedral, and formed a “corridor” through which passersby had to walk on their way to the trains.
An eyewitness quoted by the Express newspaper, Katja L. (28), described what happened:
When we came out of the station, we were very surprised by the group that met us there. It was exclusively young foreign men. I linked with a friend [another young woman] and her boyfriend.
We then walked through this group of men, who opened up like a lane through which we had to go. Suddenly I felt a hand on my buttocks, then on my breasts, after all, I was groped everywhere. It was a nightmare. Although we shouted, and tried to defend ourselves, they did not stop. I was desperate and I think I was touched around 100 times in the 200 meters.”
The men shouted things like “Ficki, Ficki” and “sluts.” I was lucky that I was wearing trousers and a jacket. If I had been wearing a skirt, it would have been torn away from me. Another girl we saw at the police station had had her pantyhose and panties almost completely torn from her body.
I was devastated, angry, and scared at the same time. I hope that the police get to grips with these people, otherwise I will never go to a celebration in the city again.
In another article, the Express went on to report that the nonwhite invader crime problem at the Cologne railway station was so severe that even the police avoided the area after office hours.