However, a liberal German minister instead of introspecting their policies (which has been the basic reason for the attack on women) choose to allegate right wing politicians.
Ralf Jaeger, interior minister for North Rhine-Westphalia, said: “What happens on the right-wing platforms and in chat rooms is at least as awful as the acts of those assaulting the women,” and that is poisoning the climate of our society.”
According to the police chief in Cologne, the perpetrators appeared to be of “Arab or North African” origin, prompting right-wing groups to condemn the German government led by Dr Merkel for its stance towards unchecked invitation to refugees in Germany.
Dr Merkel invited migrants in Germany without any background check up and numbers already crossed 1 million as asylum seekers in 2015 as per the German Interior Ministry figures.
UKIP MEP Jane Collins is outraged by Mr Jaeger’s comments… https://t.co/T0hfLoDWW7
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However, Ralf Jaeger seems to have angered UKIP MEP Jane Collins who stated: “How dare this dreadful man make such a comparison? He is wrong and he should apologize”.
Ms Collins said, “The assaults committed this New Year’s Eve on hundreds of woman by packs of men who were of Arab or North African appearance, was like something out of the middle ages.
She added “It is sickening to think that Germany invited this type of disaster on it own women and are now having to ‘advise’ them to keep at least an arms length away from strange men. I am not exaggerating when I say I truly fear for the safety of women across the continent.
Liberal politicians in Germany such as Mr Jaeger are portraying migrants as harmless refugees and try to accuse anybody who speak out against them as racist or poisonous.
The German government were warned repeatedly by many UKIP politicians against inviting unchecked economic male migrants however it seems now that German politicians try and gag those who are highlighting the matter related to migrants.
Ms Collins also expressed her worries stating that “It’s worries me that the same thing will soon be happening on the street of Britain.”
Interestingly Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said: “You cannot draw a general suspicion against refugees from the indications that they were perhaps people who looked North African.” Interior Ministry spokesman Tobias Plate added federal police had identified 31 suspect in violence and 18 of whom were in the process of seeking asylum in Germany.