In a brief interview with German mainstream-tabloid Bild, an unnamed member of the state-wide Federal police identified only as 22 year old ‘Bernd’ exposes a massive cover up. Deployed to Passau, a small city in south-east Germany on the Austrian border where thousands of migrants come by train and road every month Bernd revealed “95 percent of refugees are single men”.
Events are mis-reported by police to prevent outrage, the officer said and “should an asylum seeker cut another’s throat. In the report we would state it was grievous bodily harm rather than attempted murder. It looks better in the statistics”.
Bernd said in the past months, he had only once had cause to book a German citizen. The rest of his arrests and complaints were against migrants, who he said regularly “sexually harassed” women around the local railway station, the first stop in Germany after the railway crosses from Austria.
“If a refugee wants to escape our control, we can’t even detain him. This is dictated from above. To do so would be physical violence”.
The worst is yet to come, warned Bernd who said eventually there would be a “big bang”, should the situation not change.
Merkel has also shut down free speech. She has worked out deals with social media CEOs to squash dissent she deems to be “hate speech.” I guess she’s opposed to “hate policing” also.
Martin Schulz, the German president of the European Parliament, is afraid the 28-member EU will fall under the political unrest caused by the migrant crisis.
He said: “The worst nightmare for the European project is an outbreak of populism or political upheaval in Germany. Now it is looking like a real possibility.
“Nobody knows what we are facing this year. We are threatened as never before.”
Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, agrees: “The EU was tested to its limits [in 2015] and I cannot see anything to indicate this year will be any different.”