By The Power Of The Pamphlet: Cologne Carnival Organizers Remind Refugees Not To Rape Women

Posted: Jan 29, 2016 12:00 PM
By The Power Of The Pamphlet: Cologne Carnival Organizers Remind Refugees Not To Rape Women

Katie wrote about the rampant sexual assaults on European women by Syrian refugees over the New Year's Eve holiday. Over 500 German women were attacked by hordes of Muslim men, which drew an appalling silence from the political left who seem incapable of doling out criticism out of fear of looking politically incorrect. Norway has even offered a course manual instructing new arrivals that rape is wrong. That should be a huge red flag. Nevertheless, as Germany prepares for its Carnival celebrations in the Rhineland, organizers are reminding refugees not to rape or urinate in public. These celebrations occur in Bonn, Cologne, and Dusseldorf and are generally larger than the festivities held on New Years (via Daily Mail):

A million people are expected on the streets of Dusseldorf alone next Monday when the party gets underway.

A massive police presence, both uniformed and undercover, will be deployed to try to ensure there is no repeat of the scenes which marred the last day of the year in Cologne and in several other German cities

In Bonn, carnival organisers have now printed leaflets welcoming migrants - provided they behave themselves.

Printed in several languages including Arabic, the flyers read: 'People dress up to celebrate, sing and dance together. In the carnival time everyone must deal respectfully with one another and observe the laws.

'Bützen - that means kisses on the cheeks. Sexual approaches are not allowed! Women and men must always be in agreement. No means no!

Dancing to the music is also a way to celebrate carnival. Many people also celebrate with drinks and alcohol. Please - only in moderation!

'Urinating in public is forbidden!'

In all, there are 820 reports of sexual assault have been reported after the New Year's Eve attacks. Let’s hope we don’t see a repeat of such depravity during these carnival celebrations.