Commenter ‘Kristo’ makes the following observation on this story:
Notice that even as they expose some shocking parts of the story (cover-up of an event two months before Koln) the media still skip over what to me is the worst part of the story: the organizers repeatedly called out in Arabic for the men to stop harassing women, but they never called out in German for the women to look out for harassers. Everyone at the event (organizers, attackers) knew what was going on except the potential victims themselves.
The core issue in all of this “cover-up” outrage is that future victims are being actively denied the information that they need to protect themselves
This is a major point. No matter how long these muslim organizers lived in the host state, whether they were born there or immigrated to it, they never identified, first, with the original members of that host state, but with the muslims who they were welcoming into the country.
Anger is growing in Germany over suspicions of a migrant sex attack cover-up
Police and victims have furiously demanded to know why organisers did not warn them that refugees had committed abhorrent sexual harassment amid speculation such information could have helped avert the sickening attacks on New Year’s Eve.
Young women had to flee the welcome event in terror after being groped by gangs of migrant men, even though organisers repeatedly interrupted the music with messages in Arabic urging them to stop their harassment.
The revelations have raised the ugly prospect that some of those refugees were free to go on and commit the twisted sex crimes on New Year’s Eve because politically correct council officials did not report them to the police.
Angela Merkel’s government is under increasing pressure to come clean over the true numbers of sex crimes linked to migrants after it emerged that authorities deliberately withheld the nationalities of the Cologne attackers for several days.
They also “covered up” similar incidents in other cities including Dusseldorf and Hamburg, Munich and Berlin.