SHOCK COVER: ‘Islamic Rape of Europa’ – Polish Mag Shows Brutal Attack by Migrants
Posted by addisethiopia on February 17, 2016
My Note: Battle of Vienna: September 11th – 12th, 1683 – it was Ethiopia’s New Year’s Day – in an open battle before Vienna, the Ottoman Turks were defeated, The Chief Commander of the army that rescued Vienna was the Polish King, Jan Sobieski. As Europe’s refugee crisis is escalating from tragedy to farce, could Poland once again save the wicked Europeans? Notice, they will use force in the Mediterranean to block “Black Africans” from reaching Europe, but they will send money and vessels to pick up Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans in the Aegean Sea. It’s obvious that their agenda is to import only Asian Muslims or non-Christian Africans. Number of years between Tuesday, 11 September 1683 (Julian calendar) and Sunday, 11 September 2016 (Gregorian calendar) is equal to exact 333 years. 666 = evil, hence 333 = half evil. Note this coming date!
One of Poland’s most popular weekly magazines has splashed a graphic depiction of the rape of Europe’s women by migrants on its front cover. The image may be one of the most politically incorrect illustrations of the migrant crisis to date.
While Poland is generally much more relaxed about expressing itself than the self censoring tendencies of western and northern Europe, the cover of the latest wSieci (The Network) conservative magazine has already prompted reaction just 24 hours after release, being beamed around the continent by social media.
Featuring a personification of Europa being pawed at by dark hands — what the German media would perhaps euphemistically term “southern” or “Mediterranean” — the headline decries the “Islamic Rape of Europe”.
Making perfectly clear the intention of the edition, the edition features articles titled ‘Does Europe Want to Commit Suicide?’ and ‘The Hell of Europe’. The news-stand blurb declares: “In the new issue of the weekly Network, a report about what the media and Brussels elite are hiding from the citizens of the European Union”.
Opening the cover article, Aleksandra Rybinska writes: “The people of old Europe after the events of New Year’s Eve in Cologne painfully realised the problems arising from the massive influx of immigrants. The first signs that things were going wrong, however, were there a lot earlier. They were still ignored or were minimised in significance in the name of tolerance and political correctness”.
Outlining the fundamental differences between eastern Islam and western Christianity — “culture, architecture, music, gastronomy, dress” — the editorial explains these two worlds have been at war “over the last 14 centuries” and the world is now witnessing a colossal “clash of two civilisations in the countries of old Europe”. This clash is brought by Muslims who come to Europe and “carry conflict with the Western world as part of the collective consciousness”, as the journalist marks the inevitability of conflict between native Europeans and their new guests.
The collapse of the West in the face of this “Islamic rape” was not inevitable though, as Rybinska quoted British historian Arnold Toynbee: “Civilisations die from suicide, not by murder”.
Underlining the element of choice Europe has had in accepting the migrant crisis, the article cites the early signs of extreme violence perpetrated by migrants — in this case on each other. Recalling an asylum centre riot in Germany also reported on by Breitbart London in August where inmates part-demolished their own taxpayer funded homes because of a dispute over the Koran and attacked police officers while screaming “Allahu Akhbar”, Ms. Rybinska also recounted the fates of Christian asylum seekers beaten by their Muslim counterparts.
The article lists dozens of recorded sex attacks from the past few weeks, often visited upon under-age Europeans, but it is not just migrants who come in for criticism from wSieci. The magazine also had strong words for German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who it accuses of listening more to the German industrial lobby which it claims campaigns for cheap labour from outside the European Union.
As a feature begging the question ‘Does Europe Want to Commit Suicide’ concludes, “There is concern that European leaders have too late drawn the obvious conclusions, and some of them feel self-loathing”. “Europe is an oasis of prosperity and peace” compared to Africa and the Middle East, it contends, but the arrival of “millions” of cultural Muslims will “shock and undermine Europe”. The blame for this, the article lays firmly at the feet of Mrs. Merkel.
FAZ Caricature Mocks Cologne Sex Victims
On the front page of the February 13, 2016, edition of “The Frankfurter Allgemeiner Zeitung” a caricature of “Greser &Lenz” can be seen there with the headline “Day of the Lovers” context taken from “Valentine’s Day”.
In the caricature, a couple in love on a sofa can be recognized in a heart-shaped golden frame, she is blond and sitting on his lap, he is dark-haired with a black mustache – apparently a bi-national couple, as the names Chantal and Mustafa also imply. This is not especially funny, and could also be understood with a little good will as a lightly ironic play on the “culture of welcome.” However, there is unfortunately a speech bubble tied with the couple with the following content: “We met each other on New Year’s Eve in Cologne and want to get married”!
I am afraid that the caricature duo couldn’t laugh enough over its cynical incidence. And apparently, this “serenity” was apparently shared by the FAZ editors responsible for the textual and visual formation of the front page. Wasn’t anyone who took part in this moral low aware that this bubble text is a slap in the face of all those women who were sexually abused in Cologne and elsewhere on New Year’s Eve night, who were unwillingly groped, offended in their dignity and most basely humiliated? New Year’s Eve in Cologne was no market for nuptials but rather a horror for hundreds of women, whether blonde or brunette.
Man Arrested in Scotland for Facebook Posts About Refugees
The Facebook posts in question, which were not released to the media, allegedly concerned comments about Syrian refugees from Rothersay, on the Scottish Island of Bute, where several refugee families have settled as part of the UK government’s settlement program.
A spokesman from the the Dunoon police station in Argyll said, “I hope that the arrest of this individual sends a clear message that Police Scotland will not tolerate any form of activity which could incite hatred and provoke offensive comments on social media.