Yet another German “refugees welcome” liberal activist has been raped by the “asylum seeker” to whom she offered accommodation in Cologne.
A 26-year-old Afghan “asylum seeker” was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for the rape last week.
According to the Kölner Rundschau newspaper, the victim, a 20-year-old woman, had offered to let the nonwhite invader stay with her in her apartment in the city.
The nonwhite criminal swindled his way into Germany by claiming to be a refugee, and had made contact with the woman through the internet group “Flüchtlinge Wilkommen” (Refugees welcome).
That organization, set up to encourage the Third World invasion, runs a website devoted to allowing liberal activists to make direct contact with the nonwhites and offer them accommodation outside of the state-run invader centers.
The woman and her brother—both enthusiastic supporters of the invasion—offered the use of a spare bedroom to the invader last year in October, the court heard.
On October 25, the nonwhite tried to make sexual advances to the woman, but she told him she was not interested.
Then, later that night while she was sleeping, he entered her bedroom, pinned her down, and raped her. The nonwhite fled the premises, and the victim fled to her brother’s bedroom.
The police were called and were able to arrest the invader shortly afterward. He claimed that the sex was consensual, but evidence presented in court proved he was lying.
It is not known if the woman is still an enthusiastic supporter of the “refugees welcome” movement or if she and her brother have offered their spare bedroom once again.
The woman is however “luckier” than many others who also made the mistake of offering up their houses to the invaders.
The many high-profile cases have included the rape-murder of an American liberal in Vienna by a Gambian “asylum seeker,” and a sex attack on a four-year-old child by an Afghan in Salzburg—after he was invited into a house by the child’s parents to work as a babysitter.
- Friday, 17 June 2016
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