German Police Tell Women 'Wear Sneakers' to Outrun Migrant RapistsChris Menahan
Sep. 12, 2016
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German police finally came up with a solution to the migrant rape crisis: tell women to wear sneakers so they can outrun their migrant rapists -- even though they're all young men.
From Freie Zeiten (translated with Google):
GERMANY. Last year alone, came over a million immigrants from the Third World to Germany, almost exclusively men. Since then, the number of sexual assaults has exploded. Now is the Federal Advice to German women how to protect themselves against rape.After suggesting the women scream for help from passersby and police comes these suggestions:
"Wear sneakers instead of high heels, so you can run away."
Travel in groups of at least "two or three" people.
Avoid "alcohol and drugs."
"Drink only from bottles" with bottle caps which can't be tampered with or removed.
Don't only look at your phone, "but actively observe the area."
Don't act "as a victim, but act as an opponent," target assailants "genitals, joints, eyes, nose select and ears... because there the sensation of pain is the strongest."
In short, German women and girls now need to live in a constant state of fear because Merkel's beloved "refugees" are always on the hunt.
In Sweden, police recently handed out "don't rape" stickers to girls at public swimming pools and handed out similar "don't rape me" wrist bands.
In Finland, police recommended women "use the force."
Rather than simply not invite these migrant rapists into our countries, our women and children just need to learn to outrun them.
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