According to an editorial at the New York Times, it’s Germany’s fault that so many German women were sexually assaulted by Muslim migrants on New Year’s Eve.
Reports say that 18 of 31 suspects so far identified in New Year’s Eve attacks on women in Cologne, Germany, are there seeking asylum. But it’s really not their fault they committed the attacks. At least, that seems to be the take from contributing opinion writer Anna Sauerbrey, who wrote (emphasis added):
The real question we should be asking is not whether there is something inherently wrong with the refugees, but whether Germany is doing an effective job of integrating them — and if not, whether something can be done to change that.
Naturally, it didn’t sit too well with many.
— Countermoonbat (@CounterMoonbat) January 9, 2016
— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) January 9, 2016
@nytopinion What is this idiot proposing? That liberal societies should relax laws on sexual discrimination and assault? Smh.
— Chris Newton (@mrchrisnewton) January 9, 2016
Only if the alleged perpetrators are Muslim migrants….
@nytopinion The Jihadists don't intend to integrate anywhere. ISLAM PLANS TO OVERTHROW CONSTITUTION WITH SHARIA LAW.
— Jane DoeSmith Rogers (@doe_rogers) January 9, 2016
@nytopinion The cultural norm of most men from ME and N Africa is that women dressed in western fashion are prostitutes. Integrate that!
— klywilen (@klywilen) January 9, 2016
One person noted:
— Avi Woolf (@AviWoolf) January 9, 2016
It sure seems like it. Just think, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg told Chancellor Angela Merkel he was working on ways to stifle negative stories about these migrants. Wonder how he feels about that decision right about now?
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