09 January 2017

Mass Sexual Assault by 'NAFRIS' Prevented by German Police

German Police
Police authorities in the German city of Cologne were overwhelmed last year by a wave of sexual assaults on New Year’s Eve committed by black and Arab migrants. This holiday, they deployed teams for preemptive sweeps.

The result set off the latest political clash at the intersection of Germany’s struggles over migration and security as authorities questioned hundreds of North African (NAFRIS) men. They took nearly 100 people into custody.

After the deadly 19 December truck attack on a Berlin Christmas market by a Tunisian immigrant, Germany is more determined than ever to teach these asylum misfits that they will not be welcomed in Germany, including many sex-starved men from the Middle East and North Africa.

The New Year’s sweeps in Cologne, about 300 miles southwest of Berlin, became the latest flash point, with police being hailed and praised for deploying newly aggressive and extreme tactics to deal with scumbags.

Over the New Year weekend, police deployed thousands of officers in Cologne. Videos showed a large group of men, apparently North Africans, corralled for questioning.

"Hundreds of Nafris screened at main railway station," the Cologne police tweeted on New Year's Eve.

Millions of voices credited the police with taking measures to prevent a repeat of last year’s violent New Year’s Eve — when more than 1,200 women were sexually assaulted in various German cities, including more than 600 in Cologne and about 400 in Hamburg.

More than 2,000 men were allegedly involved. At least 120 suspects — about half of them foreign nationals who had recently arrived in Germany — have since been identified.

The government of Chancellor Angela Merkel — under fire over her former open-door policy toward refugees — backed the Cologne crackdown.