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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Storm Track Intimidation: Anti-Muslim Slogan in Germany Draws Criticism

The Right is getting restless in Germany which only proves that the common everyday citizen is getting fed up with the antics of their Muslim minority.

This time, a German youth organization is making it clear that they will not stand for Muslims "sexually harassing Western women."

Since the youth organization of the German extreme-right party the Republicans (REP) hit the state election campaign in the German province of Hesse toward the end of last year, the country's Muslim minority has been once again at the center of political discussions, albeit unwillingly.


The party has been using a poster across the province that shows a blond girl challenging the imagined viewer, saying "Don't hit on me Ali," an accusation extended to all Muslim males in Germany that they are "sexually harassing Western women."

Matthias Ottmar, head of the youth organization and a direct candidate for the REP in his electoral district, justified the campaign in a press release, saying the poster touches upon physical and verbal sexual harassment that is becoming widespread in Germany's night clubs, in which "the male representatives of the Muslim culture group" regard German women as "fair game."


Of course this attempt at bringing notice to the general population that German Muslim groups consider German women as “fair game” has not gone over well with the german dhimmis. They were bleating as usual.

Read the rest at The Gathering Storm.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous revereridesagain said...

So much better to fight this out now, when they are still in the minority, than to wait until the fighting has to be in the streets rather than at the polls because there is no alternative.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008 12:48:00 am  

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