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originally posted by: Granite
a reply to: ElectricUniverse
I believe your OP is really on to something very sinister going on by NWO/Vatican....
But Mayor Reker urged people not to jump to conclusions about the Cologne assailants.
"It's completely improper... to link a group that appeared to come from North Africa with the refugees," she said, after crisis talks with the police.
originally posted by: ElectricUniverse
this thread is about the "cover-up" of what is happening in Germany.
ElectricUniverse Is correct, this thread is about a cover-up. So perhaps he can show proof of a cover-up or otherwise conclude that this is a HOAX, after all the burden of proof is his to make.
originally posted by: Siddharta
You even don't realize where we agree and where not. I don't make any excuses for criminals who destabilze my home town.
I still did not see any proof for a cover up but for the fact that the NYT did not mention the sexual abuses. So what exactly is covered up and why do you think they hide it from us?
ANALYSIS: Silence on sex crimes will make racism worse
Many people accused the national media of engaging in a cover-up due to the ethnic background of the criminals, with many pointing to the fact that it took days before the details of the story reached national attention.
One commentator wrote sarcastically that “it is fascinating that the event in Cologne on New Year made it through the media censorship.”
Faszinierend, dass es der Vorfall von #Köln in der #Silvesternacht mal über die #Medienzensur hinaus geschafft hat!
— FrannyFine (@Frannylicious79) January 4, 2016
Another person tweeted that “the public broadcasters aren’t reporting the events of Cologne… Says it all - educational mission and all that!”
#Köln Die GEZ Sender melden die Vorfälle der Silvesternacht nicht ... Sagt ja alles, Bildungsauftrag und so! #ARD #ZDF
— Simon Menz (@Oberbuxe) January 4, 2016
Other Twitter users worried that the attacks would lead to a backlash against refugees, writing “it makes me sad that the refugees who really need protection will bear the brunt of the hatred because of Cologne. We need to be able to tell the difference.”
Refugees in Germany: Arsonists destroy refugee hotel in 'model' migrant town Schwabisch Gmund
A citizen stands proudly in the centre of Germany’s ‘model’ migrant town. But a week before, arsonists tried to shatter this picture of civic harmony by burning down an asylum hostel. Tony Paterson reports from Schwäbisch Gmünd
Tony Paterson Schwäbisch Gmünd
Monday 4 January 2016
But, on Christmas Eve, suspected far-right supporters set fire to a brand new, and as yet empty, architect-designed asylum hostel for 120 people in the south German town’s suburbs. Although no one was hurt, the attack rendered the building uninhabitable. Hopes that refugees could move into the complex in early 2016 were crushed.
Merkel Urges Germans to See Migrants as ‘an Opportunity,’ Not a Threat
By ROBERT MACKEY DEC. 31, 2015
As Germans prepared to ring in 2016 alongside at least a million migrants who were registered as new residents in 2015, Chancellor Angela Merkel dedicated a New Year’s Eve address to what she said her nation could gain from the refugee crisis.
“I am convinced that, handled properly, today’s great task, presented by the influx and the integration of so many people, is an opportunity for tomorrow,” she said in a televised message.
Munich police warn of 'imminent' terrorist attack and evacuate two train stations
Munich police say on social media that according to 'serious information, there will be an attack tonight'
Thursday 31 December 2015
Police in Munich warned of a "serious, imminent threat" by Islamic State group suicide bombers wanting to commit a terror attack in the city on New Year's Eve and asked people to stay away from the city's central train station and a second train station in the city's Pasing neighborhood.
Munich police said on social media that according to "serious information, there will be an attack tonight".
The police tweeted to say the city's main station and Pasing station had been evacuated, and trains would no longer be stopping there.
originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: Siddharta
So a week later? Kind of odd.