Victims ‘Provoking’ Criminals

Andrew Bolt blogs about an outrageous incident involving Jens Müller, a German town Mayor who gave some interesting practical advice to locals:

The Mayor of a small German town has caused outrage, telling concerned residence their children must stay away certain areas and “not provoke” migrants to avoid sexual harassment, as well as suggesting they need not worry because German men are a “problem” too.

“It’s technically not necessary for the girls to walk near the refugee shelters, there are alternative routes”, he explained, echoing the Mayor of Cologne who suggested that women adopt a “code of conduct” and keep an “arm’s length” from migrants after they attacked hundreds of women on New Year’s eve.

And when the locals expressed their displeasure at the ‘advice’?

The Mayor even threatened to call the police to silence the furious citizens.

Sadly, Müller’s behaviour is consistent with the ongoing pattern these days where society seems more willing to blame and reform the victim rather than dealing with the criminal.

The above disgrace also begs for answers to the following questions:

  • Does anyone still think that what happened in Cologne on New Year’s Eve had ‘nothing to do’ with the recent unchecked influx of ‘refugees’ into Europe? (I use the term refugees loosely here as the real ones are still sitting in squalid camps around the world).
  • According to the Müller, was the town centre of Cologne also too close to the nearest refugee camp? Should an alternative location have been chosen to celebrate New Year’s Eve?

What a joke.

 

 

 

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One thought on “Victims ‘Provoking’ Criminals”

  1. Outrageous doesn’t even begin to describe Muller’s advice 😡 What is worse that the main-stream media is not reporting this!

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