A GERMAN WOMAN REGRETS: “Those people who ate with me, drank, danced, laughed — they talk about me as ‘stupid German whore’.”

Rebecca Sommer – German artist, journalist, photographer, documentary filmmaker, and a human rights, nature rights and climate justice activist – used to support Muslim “refugees” in Germany, and describes how her experience made her gradually change her mind over core issues. She states, “After looking back through the years of repetitive experiences and myself in my work environment as a volunteer, I had to admit to myself that when it comes to Muslim refugees, they have grown up with completely different values, into which they have been brainwashed and are indoctrinated by Islam, and have no intention of adopting our values — worse, they look at us, unbelievers with superiority and arrogance.”

The following report by Egri Nök was published earlier at Vlad Tepes in a slightly different form. Posted by Baron Bodissey for Gates of Vienna

“Those people who ate with me, drank, danced, laughed — they talk about me as ‘stupid German whore’.”

The following is a documentation of an interview with the German artist, activist for the rights of indigenous peoples, and UN advisor Rebecca Sommer, by the Polish website EuroIslam from January 18, 2018.

Rebecca used to support Muslim “refugees” in Germany, and describes how her experience made her gradually change her mind over core issues.

It is a long text but well worth the read. Please note that there is currently a mistranslation circulating, claiming that she said to she was moving to Poland. This is inaccurate; she said she knows Germans who are moving to Poland.

Thanks to Ava Lon for the translation.

Natalia Osten-Sacken: Rebecca, you’ve worked many years with refugees and immigrants, you’re a well-known human rights activist. Already before the big wave of immigration in 2015, you were well known for fighting for unlimited admission of these people to Germany. What influenced the change of your views?

Rebecca Sommer: I would like to point out that I have never fought for “unlimited” admission of migrants, because it is impossible for any country to adopt infinitely. I am a humanist and human rights activist. The first years I believed that people who come here are real refugees, happy that they will be safe now and that they will show a good faith in order to adapt here and to integrate. But with time, an unpleasant awakening came about step by step. The reasons for this were so complex that I just couldn’t ignore it anymore.

I believed that these medieval views would change over time. I placed great trust in our libertarian, equitable European values, and I naively thought that every person must delight in them and take them on.

For sure, one of the main turning points, as in many of us, was New Year’s Eve 2015 in Cologne. Then I finally had to admit to myself that this type of behavior describes the overwhelming majority of Muslims with whom I had to deal with in my life. It was the moment when I said to myself: “Rebecca, now you have to slow down, at least because you are women’s rights activist, with your responsibility to them as a woman.” I have tried to justify these constantly repeated patterns of behavior and thinking, their way of perceiving the world — which are based on their religion, Islam, and their culture — for example, in such a way that they are new here. I believed that these medieval views would change over time. I placed great trust in our libertarian, equitable European values, and I naively thought that every person must delight in them and take them on.

But after looking back through the years of repetitive experiences and myself in my work environment as a volunteer, I had to admit to myself that when it comes to Muslim refugees, they have grown up with completely different values, into wich they have been brainwashed and are indoctrinated by Islam, and have no intention of adopting our values — worse, they look at us, unbelievers with superiority and arrogance. I call it “headscarf in the head”. And additionally, after their arrival here, many of them fall into the tentacles of fundamental Imams, political Islam (imported from Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran etc.) who strengthen them in their fundamentalism, which prohibits them from mixing with us, infidels, and our way of life, prohibits the adoption of our perception of the world and our scientific achievements, which the German state unfortunately no longer has any control over.

An additional example, which helped me opening my eyes, happened in 2016, when I learned the truth about a certain group of refugees, whom I looked after for a long time. They had become my friends in the meantime, I helped them during the asylum procedures, I dealt with their official matters, I got them apartments, furniture, cell phones, computers, clothing, courses, jobs, scholarships and spent countless free hours of my private time on individual cases. However, at some point I noticed that these people play with me an unclean game, that is, they use on me taqiyya. I was lied to by these people, which disappointed me a lot. I myself, was constantly warned against this Muslim misleading strategy, by people from Arab countries and Kurds who did not only flee from war zones, but had to flee Muslims; however, I did not want to listen to them. And suddenly, it turned out that those people who dealt with everything who ate with me, drank, danced, laughed, did not pray, did not go to the mosque, did not observe Ramadan, mocked religion and deeply religious people, they, all while eating my food and sitting in my garden, they don’t talk about me other than “a stupid German whore”.

Those people who ate with me, drank, danced, laughed, who did not pray and did not go to the Mosque… — all while eating my food and sitting in my garden, they don’t talk about me other than “a stupid German whore”.

This not only hurt me a lot, because I was their help, their friend, their sister and their mother, and I really trusted them, but it became also an additional reason for waking up. They were my actual example of successful integration and friendship between people with Western views and people from the Arab-Muslim culture. I was helping them, protecting them, supporting them and I offered them a real friendship. I accepted them with open arms in Germany and for this I got disrespect by their words and deeds as a “thank you”.

In the meantime, I have set up the files of all the cases that I have ever worked on and I’m following the progress of my present and former protegés, much more critically and accurately. I also watch cases of other volunteers. Unfortunately, due to similar experiences, like mine, many people have quit their jobs and the new ones who are starting are as naive as I once was. But in contrast to what the media tell us, there are not so many willing volunteers, and others who have been as long as me, simply started to make money on it. From them you won’t hear about disappointment, it would not be in their interest.

And what has emerged from your tracking of the progress of immigrants?

Many still don’t work and barely speak German. They stay in their groups, they have few, if any, German friends. Others turned to crime. Or they have radicalized. Or later it comes to light that they were ISIS fighters or Al-Nusra, groups, which they are still admiring. Of course there are exceptions, they work, they speak German, but that so-called “head scarf inside the head”, the perception of themselves as a Muslim, as something better, this indescribable haughtiness towards us, remains in the majority of cases after all. Since then, I have lost all my commitment and willingness to volunteer with those Muslims obviously supporting the patriarchate.

Now I recognize how they function. Although I carry on with the open cases, I only accept new cases in which in my opinion, it’s about real refugees who have a reason to come to a secular state where women and men are equal before the law, where we eat pork, where they could even sunbathe naked on the beach. This freedom is very precious and very fragile, if we think about how many people are arriving here all of a sudden, with their “scarf in the head” and just because of their numbers everything changes here. We see it now. I became very cautious and extremely distrustful. I believe that those who really do not need asylum with us should seek asylum or seek a better life in Muslim countries, instead of trying to force their medieval values??over us and over time simply hurt us all.

A woman has no human value, she is perceived as a sexual object and not as a partner. She is a worker and a birthing machine. This is her job as a good Muslim woman.

That is why I am now helping primarily women and religious minorities who have had to escape from Muslim countries: political refugees, journalists, Muslims who have renounced their faith and are therefore persecuted. And as I said, I am particularly happy to help women. These are the ones who, due to their financial independence in Germany, can part with their husbands. They were forcefully married to these men and would have to spend their entire lives put the smile on their faces and serve the man they hate internally. In a Muslim marriage, we have a lot of violence and rape. A woman has no human value, she is perceived as a sexual object and not as a partner. She is a worker and a birthing machine. This is her job as a good Muslim woman. Just like most Muslims don’t respect us, they don’t respect their own women. Not everyone, I do know good couples, but most of them. This also applies to Muslims with German citizenship. Islam gives this right. That is why I am warning about it now. I saw, I heard, I lived through enough. I have my facts.

You used the word taqiyya. How do you understand it and how did you come across it?

Most Europeans don’t know the word taqiyya, and people who try to warn against this form of religiously justified behavior are immediately branded as racists, even if they come from the same regions and cultural circles as the immigrants, whom we call refugees. Taqiyya means “cheating”. Taqiyya [originally was supposed to protect Muslims against persecution — editor Euroislam], gives Muslims permission to be insincere to us, the non-Muslims, if this would protect Islam and Muslims. There are various forms of lies that are allowed under certain circumstances in relations with non-Muslims, and taqiyya is the best known one. This is about circumstances such as supporting Islamic interests or individual Muslim nations [Muslim community — ed.] — for example, when they can gain the trust of an unbeliever through lies — which makes him weak — to defeat him in this way.

Thanks to the existence of taqiyya Muslims are free from any responsibility towards the unbeliever — this is my warning for women who deal with them! But also especially for our politicians who enter into agreements with Islamic unions — no oath, even in the name of Allah, matters because of taqiyya, because Allah has dispensed his faithful from oaths towards unbelievers.

The undermining of trust is programmed here. Muslims can deceive and lie to an infidel, it is not ethically blameworthy if this tactic will bring some profit that will help him and the Ummah. He doesn’t have to be ashamed of it. In order to extract benefits from the unbeliever, they can pretend friendship or love as long as they don’t feel it in their hearts. Thanks to the existence of taqiyya Muslims are free from any responsibility towards the unbeliever — this is my warning for women who deal with them! But also especially for our politicians who enter into agreements with Islamic unions — no oath, even in the name of Allah, matters because of taqiyya, because Allah has dispensed his faithful from oaths towards unbelievers. The only condition: the lying one must deeply believe in the Koran and Allah. Taqiyya allows a Muslim to act as if he were not a Muslim. He can say and do everything as long as it is used to, for example, gain the trust of a person. Or of a country. Now think about what religious ideology we are dealing with!

Taqiyya, I think, comes from Shiism, but it is also used (even if it is denied) by Sunnis and even allows eating haram (impure) dishes or pretending to be an atheist. It is necessary to realize that saying untruth to non-Muslims is not considered to be reprehensible in Muslim countries. And such a gullible German volunteer comes into contact with a culture he completely misunderstands. After some time, you notice, however, that many refugees manipulate you to receive particularly much commitment and help from you, and above all conceal how fundamentally religious they are in reality and how much they reject our system of values??and our society.

These are similar stories: that they studied medicine, law or computer science, that their parents are dead, and that their minor brothers in Turkey are dying of hunger in the street and we have to help them bring them here, or even that the whole family died in war. And we have to help this man — presenting himself as secular and moderately modern — to bring his beloved wife (who would live here just as free as us) and children. And soon, aunts, uncles and parents suddenly appear in Germany, and suddenly the whole deceased family of 15 people is there and owns three apartments. A younger brother arrives who, unlike what you have heard, is not at all defenseless, but he was Al Nusra’s fighter, his parents are not dead at all, they live safely in Turkey, and the older brother is not a moderate Muslim. Or you find out that they bought their diploma. Or that the family is poor, but they lived in safe territory in Syria and came to us to have a better life. Or, you are being asked by that allegedly moderate Muslim, after successfully bringing his family, to help him get his next wife and children. This wife, presented as beloved and modern, arrives completely veiled and, according to her reports, is deeply unhappy, because he beats her and forbids her everything because he is a particularly deeply believing Muslim. From this I learned that in the eyes of Muslims, using someone’s naivety, whom they see as weaker, is not frowned upon.

I know many individual exceptions, but they confirm the rule

In this culture, what counts is strength and if you help someone just like that, out of a good heart, it does not fit in their understanding of the world. You are just stupid to them, which means weak. And so they perceive us — as fools, a fallen society of weaklings. Most Europeans can not understand this because it does not coincide with our reformed, enlightened, Christian-humanist values??on which our culture is based. Of course, I know many individual exceptions, but they confirm the rule. I consider it important in dealing with Muslims to be open to everyone, I am still open and I have Muslim friends. However, if there are discrepancies in what they tell or in their behavior, I recommend caution because of taqiyya.

You’ve also worked in refugee shelters. What caught your eye?

There, representatives of many regions, cultures and religions meet, mainly Muslim men, and next to them, people who were oppressed by Muslims, raped, tortured, entire villages murdered. There are many hot spots. Most often, however, there is persecution or at least contemptuous treatment of non-believers — infidels — by Muslims. Muslims constitute the majority in shelters. Many of them seem to believe that they are some kind of “superhumans” and all non-Muslims are subject to them. In a small space such conflicts are intensifying. For example, there are situations when “infidels” have no right to be with them at the same time in the kitchen or laundry room and are arrogantly and even aggressively chased away.

Of course, as always, we have opposite situations when women from different religious and language groups made friends with each other in the kitchen, for the sake of not being alone with the men in the shared kitchen. The situations of harassment of women by Muslim men are repeated, also sometimes harassing single Muslim women, and we have cases when protection with Turkish, Arabic or Muslim Roma roots is allowed. Here we have this phenomenon again — Muslims against “others”, no matter what country they come from.

In my experience, I myself have the case of a Eritrean refugee, harassed by security. We had to report to the police, but nothing was done about it.

The sexual molesting of volunteers happens all the time, but none of us has ever reported such a case to the police because none of us wanted to be seen as an opponent of refugees and cause problems for the center.

You mentioned the harassment of volunteers. However, no information can be found in the press. Why?

The sexual molesting of volunteers happens all the time, but none of us has ever reported such a case to the police because none of us wanted to be seen as an opponent of refugees and cause problems for the center. In this case, the same mechanism that worked for me is working for them — constant justification: he is new, he has no idea how to behave, he does not understand our culture. And this is how this behavior is justified, not associating it with the sense of superiority that these men have instilled by Islam towards unbelievers and women. And especially to the western “harlots”, because they come from their homelands looking for this idea of European women. In my group, harassment was repeated especially towards volunteers who teach the refugees German and have contact with a given immigrant several times a week.

For example, after a volunteer spent three months teaching German to a Syrian twice a week, she was convinced that everything was going well and that she was just trying to be kind and accepted the invitation for a meal together. She just thinks that he wants to thank her for help, and he thinks that the “whore” wants sexual encounter. These women do not realize that they are perceived by men from this cultural circle as infidel, immoral, and always sexually subordinate to the man, because at first the refugees seem very nice, polite and well-mannered — that is, they practice the aforementioned taqiyya. And then there was a very unpleasant surprise when a friendly — until now — immigrant dragged her by her hair into the bathroom at the moment when she wanted to say goodbye (with the highest probability — in order to rape her, a note with the permission of Rebecca). And the reason for this is that he cannot understand that she wants to go now, because why did the “whore” come alone to his room?

Then there was a very unpleasant surprise when a friendly — until now — immigrant dragged her by her hair into the bathroom at the moment when she wanted to say goodbye. He cannot understand that she wants to go now, because why did the “whore” come alone to his room?

How could you describe the attitude of immigrants to women and broadly understood human rights?

If immigrants are asked about their attitude to basic human rights, like equality, personal freedom and equality between man and woman, about 75% of those around me would admit that they disagree with them. That is why I am very worried when I see that more and more German girls and women enter in relationships with immigrants. They do not understand their culture and have no idea what immigrants say about them among themselves. They [the girls] do not know that many of them already have wives in their country of origin who will come to them as part of family reunification. Or that the cousin with whom his marriage was arranged waits only for permission to enter Germany. The truth is that at the beginning most young immigrants never show their religiosity: they drink and eat German dishes, taking advantage of all aspects and pleasures of such a relationship. And then these women think that their partner is unique, and that all the stories (she) heard are untrue.

Even if they are relatively moderate, who integrate and marry Germans or other women, I am afraid that their intolerance begins with their daughters. In the end, almost everyone wants to have a subordinate Muslim woman, of course, the best in a scarf, and who doesn’t wear revealing clothing, who is his servant, gives birth to children, who doesn’t say ‘no’ to him, who has no male friends, who can be commanded, who doesn’t leave the house without permission and who obeys him in every respect. In these marriages, it’s not about love. Love belongs to mother and family. The woman is always subordinate. Is an object with specific tasks. Western women are mattresses and a trampoline, and at the end they are still badly treated. For the very reason that they are “whores”, they are not good material for a wife. If, however, such a woman wants to part with such a man, it may happen that she is murdered for that. Just like recently in Kandel. Or they will do anything to harm her good name. And here I always say — exceptions confirm the rule. I know those too.

For now. We will see what will happen next.

What is the gender ratio and level of education among this new immigration? We have heard that women and children who were fleeing from the war, and highly educated specialists.

The overwhelming majority of the so-called refugees and immigrants, including those from before 2015, are men. However, in the last years we have already had many cases of family reunification and on this basis the refugee lobby creates myths about families, women and children fleeing to Germany from bombs. During my work, by 2015, they were almost exclusively young men; I helped them, in a few cases I still help, bring their relatives to Germany, and I know that such procedures are carried out intensively all the time. All the wives brought in are already either pregnant or gave birth in Germany.

As for the level of education of Syrian refugees, who form the main part of the Muslim refugees who came to us from 2012, unfortunately I must admit that most of them have no appropriate education at all. I know that at the beginning the press reported that they are highly educated people and specialists in various fields, but it is simply not true. I myself disseminated such information, because I simply believed what the immigrants told me. The truth is that this information was just repeated by everyone, but few journalists have ever seen these immigrants. An additional problem is that if these people really have some education, they are often not compatible with our system and need to start from the beginning. Most, like young people, have to learn something else, finish school. Some even study. It costs millions.

Most Syrians will not be able to support their family. People from Somalia, from Nigeria, are also a very difficult subject when it comes to education. Added to this is the fact that many are extremely aggressive, religious fundamentalists.

In many cases, I see that most Syrians will not be able to support their family. People from Somalia, from Nigeria, are also a very difficult subject when it comes to education. Added to this is the fact that many are extremely aggressive, religious fundamentalists. Refugees from Eritrea: the majority are friendly Christians, but there are also Muslims among them. People from Eritrea, however, are again quite different than those from the Middle East. In my experience, they have almost always insufficient education and are learning extremely slow German. I know cases where, after three years, they still do not know German, despite the many courses for which we all pay. Afghanistan, Pakistan — same thing. I took care of the refugees who had to start with ABC. Most live on welfare and I fear that it will remain so. Even if someone comes as a doctor or dentist from the Middle East, studies there are so different from ours that it will take a long time until they might be able to work here.

Of course there are also many positive exceptions. My Syrian friend finished the courses and works in pension insurance. The pharmacist has found a job. Another opened a restaurant. An educated Muslim architect from Eritrea found a job in a design office. There are also refugees who do not concentrate on education, only after completing obligatory German courses they are looking for a job to earn money. As security in a refugee center or help in Lidl. Others are passing their driver’s license and working as drivers. My protegée [female], a Syrian IT specialist, found a job very soon, currently earning 3,000 euros. However, it is worth mentioning that she is an atheist, completely cut herself off from others, religious [Muslim] immigrants. Because, she says, she has suffered her whole life as a modern and independently thinking woman under the yoke of Islam, and according to her, “all religious Muslims are the same.”

My protegée [female], a Syrian IT specialist, found a job very soon. However, she is an atheist, completely cut herself off from others, religious [Muslim] immigrants. Because, she says, she has suffered her whole life as a modern and independently thinking woman under the yoke of Islam, and according to her, “all religious Muslims are the same.”

I have heard that the influx of new immigrants from Muslim countries also poses a threat to the liberal Muslims living here?

We have especially many women in Germany with an Arabic, Kurdish and Turkish background, coming from Muslim families who have lived here for many years, [women] who have successfully fought for their right to self-determination within their Muslim family structures. I have friends and acquaintances who have escaped honor killings and live with a different identity and escaped from the family that would murder them. Here, in Germany, think about it! They are educated, they are doctors, artists, teachers, social workers, professors and they don’t cover their hair. They live with their boyfriends without being married. And they’re enjoying the freedom that is normal in our country. And they tell me that in the area where many Muslims live, and now many immigrants from Arab countries still arrive, their freedom is being limited again. If such fundamental Muslims recognize in them a woman from their cultural circle, they constantly aggressively approach her, criticizing her attire as too Western and even threatening her. Also female-refugees behave like that and instruct them to wear a headscarf and dress “modestly”.

The university of Hamburg recently had to create a ten-point rule on personal and religious freedom, because Muslim male students were terribly attacking Muslim females who didn’t wear headscarves, which disrupted the functioning of the entire university.

On the other hand, as a state, we pay often way too much for these benefits to those very people [rewarding them] for their lack of integration, and we watch helplessly as the integrated ones are being threatened and attacked. We also have a clear regression — many of these women who live here for a long time, are wearing nowadays their scarves again. In addition, the percentage of honor killings is constantly growing — let’s remember that in this culture a woman is a man’s property. Disturbing situations shook the university in Hamburg recently: the school had to create a ten-point rule on personal and religious freedom in early October because Muslim male students were terribly attacking Muslim females who didn’t wear headscarves, which disrupted the functioning of the entire university. In the meantime, other forms of aggression — such as requests to remove pork from the cafeteria or separate prayer rooms for different sexes are also taking place every day.

Political Islam in Germany is trying hard to get the foot in the door even deeper

Above all, political Islam in Germany is trying hard, as they say, to get the foot in the door even deeper. Muslims are constantly trying to portray themselves as victims, complaining that they are offended or discriminated against, that the West is to blame for everything, ultimately leading everyone to give way. Above all, our politicians. This is due to a false understanding of tolerance and their belief that nobody should feel persecuted in Germany. However, apparently no one notices that this is where our own values??begin to be discriminated against and we are discriminated against by Muslims. It makes me furious. I feel sorry for Germans, especially women. We have good intentions, but what we are harvesting is the loss of everything our grandmothers have fought so hard to obtain.

I have heard from Seyran Ates from the Liberal Mosque in Berlin that forced marriages are a very big problem in Germany.

I love Seyran Ates, she is a wonderful and courageous woman. Yes, by a sharp increase in the number of Muslims from Turkey, the Middle East and the Balkans, we have more and more forced marriages, and even the trade of girls and children. We have already reported such cases to the police, but the police and offices have a tough dilemma with such matters, there were even excuses that it “this is part of their culture”. So suddenly we have two legal systems functioning in one country! Sometimes the problem is also the fact that such a girl doesn’t want to leave her husband because she doesn’t know anything else than the culture in which she was brought up. This is what the government offices mean when they state: “That’s the way it is over there.”

The fact that girls are bought and sold is real. They live as sex slaves and work slaves, always controlled and robbed of their freedom. In one case known to me, the girl was bought for 8,000 Euros.

However, the fact that girls are bought and sold is real. They live as sex slaves and work slaves, always controlled and robbed of their freedom. In one case known to me, the girl was bought for 8,000 Euros. Another — a Roma child from Poland — was abducted. And despite this we have such — for me already criminal — politicians, who call for not to cancel marriages of minors, because it is not for the good of the spouses. This is their response to our growing problem, which also arose as a result of an influx of Islamic refugees, many of whom have been married on their own in their homelands and who already come as spouses. I demand the separation of such marriages, the girl should first have a chance to develop freely, go to school and when she is 18, she can decide if she wants to live with her husband or not.

In Germany, according to the law, no one can force it. We also have a case of a Pakistani who raped a six-year-old girl and was given a suspended sentence because of his “cultural background”. The next problem is violence in marriages. A typical anecdote, which I would like to tell, is this: newcomers with wife and children are warned by others not to beat their wife and children in front of the Germans, because it is prohibited here. Does this mean that it is allowed in their group? A man from Afghanistan, who was reported to the police by his wife because he had raped her many times, was not sentenced to prison, “because he was not aware that it was rape.”

Islam allows such treatment; in other words, the wife must sleep with him unless she has her period or she’s ill. In other cases, she cannot refuse. And there are, in the Koran, fragments in which the beating of disobedient women is permitted. The judge referred to this in his judgment as a mitigating circumstance. This means that even judges, through such false tolerance, undermine our legal system. It looks like we have more and more double standards. The courts here are rather leftist. Many judges are pro-immigrant and there are cases where immigrants and Germans with a migratory background receive a “cultural and religious bonus” and are favored. Among them are also female judges and I consider them particularly bad — women who are against women. In one case, a female judge was looking for reasons that could justify the Turkish rapist.

The courts here are rather leftist. Many judges are pro-immigrant and there are cases where immigrants and Germans with a migratory background receive a “cultural and religious bonus” and are favored. Among them are also female judges and I consider them particularly bad — women who are against women.

The rapist thrust the woman’s head between the rungs of the bed and was raping her brutally for hours. Medical examination has clearly shown extreme violence: the woman couldn’t walk for almost two weeks and her body was covered with bruises. But the decisive factor for the end of this case was the question of the judge addressed to the victim witness: “Is it possible that the accused thought that the victim consented?” “It is possible” — replied the witness. She couldn’t tell whether, with the mentality from her Turkish cultural circle, this event, which was perceived by the victim as a rape, by him was only considered as the so-called “wild sex.” The perpetrator was acquitted. The prosecutor admitted that it had to be a big blow for the victim, but the conviction was not possible because no deliberate act was proven. Rapes do not lead to strict sentences in German courts. Especially when the perpetrators are immigrants. Therefore, it has been publicly known for a long time about the so-called immigration bonuses for cases of rape and other serious crimes. Slowly, our regulations cease to function. The next problem is polygamy. Here, too, there are cases when politicians are calling to allow it.

What about crime?

We actually have serious problems. I can only talk about my region, where I live and information from the media. In Hamburg and the Schleswig-Holstein area, we have an Arab clan that shakes the surrounding area. In Berlin, we have a clan from Lebanon, which according to experts in only 20 years has grown up to 1000 people (data come from informers Rebecca Sommer, there are also links to 2 YT videos in Polish) and which mainly but not only deals with drug trafficking. Parallel law developed, where our legal system doesn’t reach anymore, it seems that everyone is afraid of them: judges, lawyers, police, the government has lost all control.

Judge Kirsten Heisig was murdered, in my opinion, because she was trying to fight it. Currently, it is the third generation of Berlin gangs. For Berliners they are extremely dangerous. They have a culture of hatred and contempt — and that’s why they commit their crimes in cold blood and without emotions. They have no scruples and are brutal, which again can be reduced to a Muslim-religious ideology, but — what is fair to be added here — is rejected by many more moderate Muslims in this form.

[Berlin judge Kirsten Heisig, who fought juvenile, gang and migrant crime, was declared missing after she did not show up at work on the morning of June 29, 2010. Four days later, she was found hung dead from a tree in a forest near Berlin. Only two hours after her body was discovered, the justice senator of Berlin announced that she had “obviously” committed suicide. (Vlad Tepes Blog)]

Refugees are recruited by clans. Already in 2012, the lines of cars in front of the refugee shelters caught the eye, people wondered who were those relatives, who would pick up and talk to some of them. Soon volunteers and social workers realized that those were no relatives, but Lebanese, who were recruiting young refugees to do dirty work. They have shops everywhere, where they launder dirty money: bakeries, pizzerias, hairdressers, corner shops, games rooms, shisha bars, where refugees work illegally, and are used as drug delivery couriers. There was a report on television — most of them still receive social assistance, they cheat our system and we allow to be cheated on. I even say: yes, the Muslim world is laughing at us! If you look at it all like that, we’re really crazy!

I sent hundreds of letters to the press: to no avail.

We also have clans from the Balkans. Many keep coming back as asylum seekers, they collect money from the state, many simply stay. Their activities include falsification of passports, trafficking in sex slaves and pimping. Among them are 12-year-old girls, sold as forced wives. Many of these clans are committing rape, blackmail, and produce child pornography. I used to care for a 14-year-old from Serbia, who was repeatedly raped by several adult men and filmed at the same time. This movie runs on the Internet! I already knew her as a 10-year-old girl and it was a terrible blow for me. And I know further cases of sexual abuse. I sent hundreds of letters to the press: to no avail. The police also didn’t know how to approach this problem; I learned that such girls, without any outside support or without a family that supports them and helps them, have little chance of getting out of this situation.

I consider Somali refugees particularly dangerous because of their religious fundamentalism and their culturally rooted contempt for women.

In addition, immigrants make up a large percentage of people who come into conflict with the law. I consider Somali refugees particularly dangerous because of their religious fundamentalism and their culturally rooted contempt for women.

I have heard that the situation in German schools is quite dramatic. What can you say about it?

As shown in the latest survey, which subjects to fourth grade students in cities, over 50% have a migration background, and the level of teaching has decreased so dramatically that — according to research — it is at the level of a developing country. However, our biggest problem is with children from Muslim families, who form the largest group among children with a migration background. As I have already noted, this is a culture of a violence, and their potential for aggression is a big problem. Unlike in German families, those children are often brought up with corporal punishment; and beatings by father or elder brother, as I see and hear, they belong to everyday life. This makes these children very aggressive — they solve problems by force. And they show typical herd behaviors. Children brought up differently, who are from cultures in which they are discussing, in which children learn freedom of belief and tolerance — such children are immediately in a lost position. They try to have a conversation, which in the eyes of Muslim children makes them weak and turns them into potential victims.

Unlike in German families, those children are often brought up with corporal punishment; and beatings by father or elder brother belong to everyday life. This makes these children very aggressive — they solve problems by force. And they show typical herd behaviors. Children brought up differently, who are from cultures in which they are discussing, in which children learn freedom of belief and tolerance — such children are immediately in a lost position. They try to have a conversation, which in the eyes of Muslim children makes them weak and turns them into potential victims.

In addition, these children act as a group — if you have a conflict with one, you are facing a group of dozens of children, because they also understand the world as “Muslims against others.” Body injuries are common occurence, and teachers’ hands are tied, because the law gives them little resources to react adequately. Special schools for socially unfit children are already full and lack teachers and resources that would allow them to react and counteract. An additional problem that I observe is training programs in the accelerated mode of teachers — refugees who were teachers in their countries.

I see here even more problems. First of all, many such teachers wear headscarves, which is against the law of religious neutrality and is a negative example for children. Secondly, they say after 1.5 years to 2 years they are still not good in German, and this entails the danger that the students will learn German with mistakes. Thirdly, these new teachers have not received the same education as teachers in Germany. And fourthly and most disturbing to me: some of them are very religious and do not believe in science, only in what is written in the Koran. Some would not even shake a man’s hand. I do not want such teachers in our country, where our future is shaped. And I do not want teachers in headscarves, which will be a role model for young people. The headscarf signalizes that segregation by gender is right; it is a silent but eloquent message of the headscarf. It says — I am subordinate to man. This is a confession, a religious-ideological symbol that divides the world according to the Muslim point of view on haram and halal. This message says: women’s hair is so embarrassing that they become “pubic hairs”. Why do we want this in our schools?

What do you consider the biggest mistake in migration policy?

First of all, the law treats every refugee as an immigrant, i.e. not as a protection seeker who has only come here for a limited time and then returns home. And if it is so, then these people should be called immigrants, as you do in Poland. And, therefore, create such provisions that these people do not have to lie in the forms of asylum — immigration regulations, with the help of which we will allow those who we need, and others not. Who will work and will not depend on the social system.

The next problem is gaps in our asylum law. Our law says that everyone has the right to a priori asylum until it has been checked, accepted or rejected. Such a check, however, takes a very long time and such persons may receive the “tolerated” status (geduldet). According to the definition of German residence law, this mandates a “temporary suspension of deportation” concerning foreigners obliged to leave the country. It does not give you the right to stay. That is why “tolerated” are still obliged to leave Germany. Asylum seekers file complaints when they receive a call to leave Germany, and for bureaucratic and legal reasons, such cases can take years. These people remain in Germany for a long time, and after a few years they finally receive a residence permit.

From safe countries there are crowds of people in Germany who demand asylum for the most bizarre reasons, for example: “My neighbor is angry with me because I destroyed his car and I can not cover the costs.” And this is how the law machine is put into motion, which takes many months and even years. Most often these people receive a call to leave Germany and then suddenly one of the family members gets sick — mental illnesses, a nervous breakdown — and due to this illness, the proceedings, also concerning the whole family, are stopped.

People who have been rejected once, return here with the same documents and surnames, apply for asylum again and take the place of the real needy. If such a person leaves voluntarily, he has the right to return to Germany after three months. Beyond every human being, there may be a reason to ask for asylum and be persecuted, for example as a sexual minority, even if it comes from a country that is considered safe. And from these countries there are crowds of people in Germany who demand asylum for the most bizarre reasons, for example: “My neighbor is angry with me because I destroyed his car and I can not cover the costs.” And this is how the law machine is put into motion, which takes many months and even years. Most often these people receive a call to leave Germany and then suddenly one of the family members gets sick — most often they are mental illnesses, a nervous breakdown — and due to this illness, the proceedings, also concerning the whole family, are stopped.

Such games with the government can take even several years; then they leave Germany and after three months they are back here. As I have realized, many “asylum seekers” have houses and even farms in their homelands, and there is no reason why they would have to leave their country. These are economic migrants fleeing poverty, which is of course a good reason if we are considering it from a human point of view, but it has nothing to do with asylum law. Some of them live here during the asylum procedure with benefits, but some work illegally. I often see large cars that transport the acquired goods to their homelands, which they then sell when the order to leave Germany is irrevocable, and leave voluntarily. Then many families come back and try again for asylum, with the same cause, passport and name. In my opinion, at the latest at the second attempt, you should not let these people in and do not drag them over again through asylum procedures, multiplying the related costs.

A clerk from the Ministry of the Interior I talked to told me that in the next three years, several million people will arrive in Germany, both family members and new asylum seekers

As I have heard, there are also family reunification plans. What do you think?

A clerk from the Ministry of the Interior I talked to, told me that in the next three years, several million people will arrive in Germany, both family members and new asylum seekers. We all know that integration is extremely problematic, but some of our politicians are still following this path, shouting slogans such as “Nobody is illegal.” Among my past and present pupils, I can count on one hand cases of those who are, in my opinion, completely and successfully integrated. And here I don’t mean the loss of identity or culture, but acceptance of our lifestyle here in Germany, which is associated with having several German friends, not just one or two who help you in the struggle of filling out forms.

Most people I dealt with are only surrounding themselves with people from their countries (read: other Muslims), living in a parallel society where their cultural and religious values are highly valued. By this very fact, they are rather cut off from our society, separated. And since more and more of them come here, they don’t have to adjust any more; therefore this trend strengthens these Muslim parallel societies.

Most people I dealt with are only surrounding themselves with people from their countries (read: other Muslims), living in a parallel society where their cultural and religious values??are highly valued. By this very fact, they are rather cut off from our society, separated. And since more and more of them come here, they don’t have to adjust any more; therefore this trend strengthens these Muslim parallel societies. And that’s how the family reunification becomes a problem in my view. I think that it is important to recognize those who want to stay here and in which cases it is actually about classical immigration. It should be much more verifications if there’s a true reason for applying for asylum. If necessary, control cell phones, FB, TT, in every possible way. Because the question arises: where is the main part of the family?

We have many minor refugees whose families live in a safe place, but are waiting for the moment when they will be able to come to Germany. Why should we bring the whole family if that youngster could just rejoin them over there? … On the other hand, I have truly deserving people who are persecuted in their countries, Christians, Yazidis, ex-Muslims. These people have to wait far too long for their family to come, which is absolutely tragic and not right.

We have many minor refugees whose family lives in a safe place, but is waiting for the moment when they will be able to come to Germany. Why should we bring the whole family if that youngster could just rejoin them over there? We know that some are here only because their family sent them at the beginning. From Beirut, I hear that many people are waiting to be brought to Germany by family reunification. On the other hand, I have truly deserving people who want to stay with us forever and have the right to do so — who are persecuted in their countries, often for reasons of faith; they are Christians, Yazidis, ex-Muslims. These people have to wait far too long for their family to come, which is absolutely tragic and not right. Also because these families are often found in Muslim countries, where they cannot live peacefully. They should be treated separately and should be entitled to a special accelerated procedure.

What worries me about family reunification: the family means a patriarchal organized tribe in a Oriental-Muslim society, covering a large group of people. We will import the Muslim family system with family reunification.

But one thing must be said: those people often come to us with whole families. And we still need to check who is looking for temporary protection and then wants to return to his country. In this case, I think it is wrong to allow bringing of the whole family, because once this family is here, most will stay. What worries me about family reunification: the family means a patriarchal organized tribe in a Oriental-Muslim society, covering a large group of people. We will import the Muslim family system with family reunification, which leads to parallel societies and integration problems. The teenager does not have to adjust anymore, he stays among his own, imported traditions live on.

And this is exactly what I observe in the case of minors who came alone, who after two or three years have already adapted well, also thanks to the network of social workers, who were introducing them to our culture and our values. They made friends by going to school with German teenagers. It all vanishes when the family arrives. We’ve seen it often. Once the minor treated us with openness and curiosity, now it’s contempt for and rejection of our non-Muslim lifestyle, because suddenly there is a family who rejects it.

And to sum up: I do not just want to extend the parallel society that is directed against us, women, oppresses, robs us more and more from freedom.

What do you think you should do with immigrants who do not integrate?

It is not so simple. You cannot get rid of someone from a war country, even if he lied about his age, or committed crimes. This should change — whoever commits a crime should be kicked out, and those who would kill other people with weapons, shouldn’t get asylum. Whoever is against our homeland must leave … The government is helpless here. For example, the Syrians — first they were here because of the war and now because everyone claims they were against Assad and they face the death penalty there. And although there are those among them who belonged to ISIS or other terrorist groups, or have already been radicalized or committed crimes, the law does not allow their deportation. It’s not even taken into consideration. And another question — how do we measure integration? You are not integrated just because you can speak German and work. If you reject our values, you don’t show loyalty to the West, Germany and to us, or you think that Germany must accept Muslim values??and give in to your cultural — religious special wishes, then I think you do not fit here. I think the best solution would be to cut benefits.

How should you deal with Islam in Germany?

Political Islam must be stopped by all means necessary, instead of continually being invited by polite society. There are a lot of mosques supporting it [political Islam]. First, we need the law stating, what can be preached in mosques, but above all — what should be forbidden. Therefore, it is necessary to introduce moratorium on the construction of new mosques unless a thorough investigation of those already existing has been done, and above all, until it has been established who is financing them. In many mosques, people are called to reject infidels, to reject the integration. This was shown by the study of ARD journalist Constantin Schreiber in many mosques. In many mosques, people are even radicalized; experts have warned against this for years. Mosques are built from the resources from Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the imams are also paid from there. Many don’t speak German. But politicians don’t seem to care. I also support the ban of the headscarf in the school for teachers and students, and for the government employees.

I am afraid that in the next election, in four years, we can see a new phenomenon — Muslims will establish their party and because they already have a large electorate, they will become unstoppable. With the help of the left wing and almost all parties, they will begin to change the rules and we will be the ones who will have to adapt.

I am afraid that in the next election, in four years, we can see a new phenomenon — Muslims will sooner or later establish their party and because they already have a large electorate, they will become unstoppable. With the help of the left wing and almost all parties, they will begin to change the rules and we will be the one who will have to adapt. As we know, many Muslims believe that unbelievers should be converted or taxed (jizyed), or oppressed with other methods. Many Muslims, mostly those choosing this political, state-controlled [Muslim] Islam, wonder how they can promote their own interests — and they don’t even deny it. As long as they continue to do so, they will continue to grow in Germany. We know about FB profiles, which clearly call for the Islamization of Germany, where we find posts contrary to the constitution, and such discussions can be found everywhere. FB profiles where a dog pees on the Israeli flag, profiles spreading hatred and call for violence against us. And these profiles are not removed, as well as Salafite profiles! Despite the fact that FB is very thoroughly controlled in this country. Profiles of people expressing anti-Islamic views are blocked. If we don’t wake up quickly, the whole situation will end tragically.

What would you like to convey to Poland and Poles?

Stay relentless in your resistance against the European Union breaking the rights of individual nations — in this case against the relocation of refugees forced from outside.[by the EU]. Every country and nation has the right to choose their guests. No country should have to give up the right to self-determination. People within their country have the right to rule themselves, without interference from outside. You have the right to determine your own political path and status, and be free from outside pressure. Do not lose your identity, no nation, group, ethnic group, be it Italians, French or Poles, will survive if you don’t isolate yourself in a sensible way, in accordance with your interests. I would suggest to you to think carefully, whom you would like to accept willingly. There are many people who are still persecuted, for example Christians and other minorities who understand our Western system well, and could be well integrated with your help.

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Rebecca Sommer is an internationally known German artist, journalist, photographer and award-winning filmmaker. She has lived in Berlin since 2012, and until returning to Germany, she was involved in the defense of human rights and had a special status as adviser at ECOSOC (Economic and Social Council) in the headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva. She specializes in the rights of indigenous peoples and international law. For over a decade, she worked with UNHCHR (United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights) and UNPFII (United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples) and refugees and UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees). She took part in negotiations regarding the Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which, among others as a result of its support, they were adopted in 2007 by almost all countries. She also visited numerous indigenous peoples around the world, which contributed to enriching the documentation of Human Rights in the United Nations. In addition, she organized various campaigns and made aware of violations of human rights against the natives through numerous UN reports and her paintings, films and publications. As a recognized human rights expert, she produced the film “Indigenous and UN Populations”, commissioned by the UN. In addition, she took part in climate negotiations (UNFCCC) and is still a member of Climate Justice Now. She worked as an editor in major British magazines such as “Scene”, “The Face” and “Spirit”, as well as in American magazines “Black Book” and “Madison”. She lived and worked in India, Great Britain, South Africa and the United States. Since 2012, she has been involved in the human rights of refugees in Europe, established the group Escape + Human Rights (AG F + M), a network supporting refugees in Berlin.

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