As is by now well known, very few of the millions of Muslims who have been arriving in Europe are true “asylum seekers,” though a great many claim to be; they are very rarely fleeing persecution and murder. They are, instead, economic migrants, eager to batten on the benefits that the generous welfare states of western Europe provide. These include free or greatly-subsidized housing, free medical care, free education (including vocational training), unemployment benefits (even without a work history in Europe), family allowances, and more. But for some Muslims, even that largesse is not enough. They want more, and they supplement their welfare benefits with the proceeds from street robberies and house burglaries. Muslims in France, though only 10% of the population, make up 50-60% of the prisoners. In the UK., Muslims are 4% of the population, but 25% of prisoners. In Germany, Muslims are 5% of the population, and 23% of prisoners. Muslims committing crimes of property often use violence to intimidate their victims. In one city in Germany, having lost faith in the police’s ability to adequately protect the population from this Muslim crime wave, older students, and parents, too, have organized patrols and self-defense groups. More on this development can be found here: “Germany: Students arm themselves in city of Halle as violent robberies soar, parents describe ‘broken police force,’” by John Cody, Remix News, September 22, 2023:
Organized gangs, many of them made up of foreigners, have targeted children in Halle’s schools for years, with the police recording hundreds of such cases. However, there is now a citizens’ initiative in the German city that has begun patrolling the area, and students are arming themselves for self-defense purposes as they lose faith in the police to protect the young victims.
The city, located in the state of Saxony-Anhalt, has seen highly troubling statistics emerge regarding the robbery of students, with Die Welt reporting that in just a matter of two years, there have been 203 such robbery offenses with 274 suspects.
The police noted that 40 percent of suspects have a migration background, and the proportion of those robberies committed by intensive [repeat] offenders features a “significantly higher” share of foreigners, according to police, although no exact figures were given.
Although the police have promised to be more present at schools, as parents raised concerns about their children being assaulted or being constantly on watch for gangs, the attacks have continued virtually uninterrupted.
The police forces in Germany are stretched thin because of the suddenness, and size, of the invasion by Muslim migrants. The numbers of police have not increased nearly enough to match the sudden upsurge, since 2015, in the number of Muslims, and thus of Muslim criminals, now in Germany. Nor were the German police prepared for the extreme violence that so often accompanies crimes of property by Muslims; finally, the street muggings by Muslim gangs, rather than by single offenders, are also on the increase.
Parents describe a situation bordering on extreme desperation, with one woman telling Die Welt outside the school that her 13-year-old son had already been robbed three times. Another mother told the paper that her son was blackmailed for money. Both mothers have now joined the “Safe Schools in Halle” initiative, which was formed earlier this month….
Parents have become so desperate that they have organized a citizens’ defense initiative, with the initiative describing a “broken police force” that has been unable to secure the schools for their children, especially during school breaks and after the school day ends when students are walking home….
It has come to this: the Muslim gangs in Halle have been robbing, threatening, terrorizing, and committing violence against young people, so that the victims have had to arm themselves with pepper spray, or in some cases, even with knives (though it would be dangerous for them to try to use such weapons against Muslim thugs who have knives and what’s more, know how, and won’t hesitate, to use them). Parents in Halle now feel the need to patrol the streets where their children walk to and from school. They are constantly worrying about their own, and even more about their children’s, safety. during this Muslim crime wave. There is a fear that the German police will become like the police in France, who recently arrested those taking part in a protest against light sentences for Muslim rapists. This is Europe today. What will Europe be like in ten years, when the percentage of Muslims in the population has doubled? What will it be like in twenty?