New Year’s Eve Sex Attacks in Germany

At least 129 nonwhites posing as refugees were arrested across Germany over New Year’s Eve as a massive German police presence struggled to contain thousands of invaders who converged on the streets of Cologne, Frankfurt, Essen, Dortmund, Hamburg, Hannover, and Düsseldorf.
A massive police action prevented further attacks as mobs as big as 4,000 (in Cologne) and 1,900 (in Frankfurt) swarmed into the city centers.
Working according to intelligence-driven plans, police just managed to contain the worst of the attacks.
The Bild newspaper reported that despite the police’s efforts, sex attacks by nonwhite invaders still took place, and at least 14 German women aged between 18 and 26 were attacked on New Year’s Eve.
Police spokesman Timo Zill described the perpetrators as “southerners, Arabs, or North Africans.” The “southerners” (südliches) description is used by German police to describe North Africans.
Zill said that in total, about 4,000 “migrants” gathered in Cologne, and their “mood was aggressive.” Many attacks had taken place right in front of police officials, he added.
Police in Cologne were heavily criticized by race-denying leftists after using the term “Nafris” on Twitter to describe the opening stage of their action to stop a repeat of the previous year’s mass sex attacks. “Nafris” is short for “North African intensive offenders.”
The Cologne police tweet included a photograph of hundreds of nonwhites hemmed in by police with the comment “At the main train station, several hundred Nafris are checked. Information follows” (Am HBF werden derzeit mehrere Hundert Nafris überprüft. Infos folgen).
The police also sent out tweets in Arabic, aimed at invaders planning to come to the city center, telling them in their own language that the authorities were in place to ward off criminal activities.
Cologne police also confirmed to the Focus news service that “more than 1000 search-relevant persons” had arrived at the Cologne main railway station simultaneously at 10 p.m., and had obviously been organized as a group.
Wolfgang Wurm, President of the federal police department responsible for North Rhine Westphalia, said that police monitoring of cell phone communications had revealed that “groups of people” had planned to meet in Cologne in New Year’s Eve.
This intelligence allowed police to be prepared, and a large contingent of officers was immediately on hand to contain the invaders as they arrived at the station.
Wurm confirmed that not all of the nonwhites had achieved their aim of getting into the city center. For example, he said, one train with about 300 invaders on board had been stopped at the Deutz station outside the city center.
They were forced to leave the train and were barred from making their way to the city center.
Wurm added that the police had only concentrated on suspects already known to the authorities for criminal behavior, and that the preventative action was taken “to avoid expected crimes from occurring.”
According to Focus, the same “phenomenon was also observed in other German cities: North Africans were particularly aggressive in Hamburg and Hannover. In Frankfurt am Main, the police counted up to 1,900 people who had been in small groups, but also in cities like Essen, Düsseldorf, and Dortmund.”
At least 14 sex attacks were reported in Hamburg, with the attackers being identified as Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, and an Eritrean.