Cologne mayor thinks she can stop migrant sex attacks with ‘respect’ wristbands

As many may know, New Year’s Eve 2015 was a disaster for the German city of Cologne. Hundreds of women were sexually assaulted, robbed or raped by large groups of migrant men.

But officials of the city and the police think they have now found a solution. The mayor of Cologne, Henriette Reker, launched a new campaign, focused on respect yesterday. Wristbands with the text will be distributed throughout the city to prevent new sexual assaults and rapes.

It didn’t take long for people to attack the initiative. A social media user asked the city’s mayor:

“What are you doing? Is this appeasement, a gesture of submission or the self-stigmatizing of a culture that is surrendering?”

Another one said:

“Thank god! We will be saved by a wristband. Just hold it up in the air and the perpetrator will immediately look further. (for another victim)”

After the 2015 inferno, Cologne’s New Year’s Eve celebrations need to be protected by a large-scale police presence and CCTV cameras.

Source: https://voiceofeurope.com/2017/12/cologne-mayor-thinks-she-can-stop-migrant-sex-attacks-with-respect-wristbands/#.WjKfQeA8GIY.twitter

2 thoughts on “Cologne mayor thinks she can stop migrant sex attacks with ‘respect’ wristbands

  1. Political parties & elected political inept need to be stopped.
    We the people of the nations of the world need put the jobs out for tender & hire the best performing candidate that applies for the assorted jobs of running our beloved nations.

    Question:
    Do the Australian governments, both state & federal pay electricity usage bills ?
    Or are we the common man / the punter the only bunny forking out on energy bills ?

  2. It is .. yet again .. the tight fisted git … with it’s hands firmly clutching the purse strings .. a wrist band is a lot cheaper than .. the per hour cost for the police & the justice system to do it’s job.

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