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Nov. 29, 2016
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Cologne will be transformed into a police state this New Year's Eve to prevent migrants from playing taharrush "rape games" as they did last year.
Cologne authorities may deploy helicopters, better CCTV cameras and mounted police during the upcoming New Year celebrations in order to prevent a repeat of the mass sexual assaults that rocked the city on New Year's Eve last year.
The report proposes the deployment of helicopters and mounted police "for regular assessment of the situation" during celebrations. Limiting the number of visitors in certain areas during New Year events can also help prevent crimes, it adds.LOL!
They're saying they need more of those "pick-up" training classes.
It's really quite simple, folks. In order have a somewhat functioning society after importing millions of migrants from countries with actual rape cultures, society must be transformed into a police state.
Just think of all the money spent in the US and Europe to spy on Muslims to try and prevent them from blowing stuff up. Think of all the liberties we've lost in the Western world just to try and stay safe in the face of this existential threat. Mass rapes like those in Germany, terror attacks like the one yesterday by a Somali "refugee" in Ohio, these are the predictable results of our insane immigration policies.
Fortunately, President-elect Donald Trump understands this threat and is preparing to change it.
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