Germany Gives 150,000 Free Condoms to "Refugees"

To tackle "negative" perceptions about migrant sex attacks
Paul Joseph Watson

Mar. 25, 2016

In an effort to tackle "negative" perceptions about sex and asylum seekers, Germany has handed out 150,000 free condoms to "refugees" living in migrant camps.

Back in October, the AIDS Hilfe (DAH) organization encouraged German condom manufacturers to donate free condoms and distribute them to migrant camps in order to "give people what they need most".

Four companies heeded that call and have now produced 150,000 condoms which will be sent to refugee camps across Germany.

According to a report by Kronen Zeitung, the project was an attempt to tackle "negative" perceptions held by German citizens about migrants and sex following the mass molestation of women in Cologne on New Year's Eve and incidents like last month's brutal rape of a 10-year-old boy by an Iraqi migrant at a swimming pool in Vienna.

Apparently, the idea of not allowing potentially hundreds of thousands of people who are infected with HIV and other diseases into the country in the first place didn't cross the mind of German officials. According to studies, four out of ten people living in Europe diagnosed with HIV are migrants.

In addition, given the innumerable examples of migrants in Germany raping citizens, other migrants and children, the notion that they might not be too fussed about wearing condoms anyway wasn't a consideration.

This isn't the only example of Germany making sexual education a centerpiece of its migrant welcoming policy.

As Breitbart's Oliver Stone documented, the German government is also funding a website for newly arrived "refugees" that, "gives life lessons in sex, including different positions, prostitution, and how to engage in causal sex."

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