Cologne Assaults: The Bizarre Response by Officials

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    On this week’s #EJPC, Milo Yiannopoulos and Ashe Schow got onto the topic of the victim blaming response by Cologne officials after the New Year’s Eve sexual assaults on women.

    “A week after Merkel comes out and says, ‘Okay, we’ve got to rethink our immigration laws.’ NOT to make it more difficult for dangerous people to come into the country, but to make it easier to kick them out once they’ve already victimized somebody,” said Schow. “You can come here, victimize somebody, and then go home.”

    Yiannopoulos couldn’t help but notice that the “code of conduct” suggested for women after the assaults looked a lot like the rules put on women in the Middle East countries where these migrants originated from.

    “If you want to leave the house you need a male companion,” he said, mocking the suggestions given to the German women. “And suddenly we start to see Germany turn into the much hotter, more bleak countries far to the east.”

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