A country’s immigration policies are just as important as your home security, for all the same reasons: to know who’s coming into your home, to only allow those you know into your home, and to bar or at the very least, deter those you do not want to enter your home from getting into it. Lest they rape and/or murder you, your spouse, or your children. As happened to a German girl at the hands of an Iraqi “asylum-seeker.”
A 14-year-old girl was raped and strangled, her body buried under brushwood in a secluded area near the railway tracks near her hometown in western Germany.
The murder suspect, identified as Ali Bashar, a 20-year-old Iraqi, arrived in Germany in October 2015, shortly after Ms. Merkel opened the borders to hundreds of thousands of migrants. He was rejected in late 2016, but was allowed to stay in the country while his appeal was pending.
In short, Bashar should’ve never been allowed into Germany. The main problem with a bleeding heart is a dead mind. In my opinion, most of the open border policies countries enact are all about virtue signaling. Which is just modern parlance for “wanting others to praise them for caring.” Feeling a certain way doesn’t make you a better person. Feeling sorry for foreigners, then allowing those foreigners into your country at the cost of your country’s citizens, is even worse. It’s one thing to offer refuge. It’s another thing to demand your citizens be that refuge, to people who’ve never been vetted. While the authorities who passed the laws sleep soundly behind secure walls.
“If he had been deported, she would still be alive,” read a headline in the country’s largest tabloid, Bild, which devoted two pages to the case.
He came to the attention of the police several times, involving allegations of jostling a police officer, robbing a passer-by and carrying a knife.
And yet Bashar was allowed to remain. Germans have been voicing their opposition to these asylum policies for years. But rather than their government heeding their demands and addressing their concerns, the German government has done whatever it could to silence dissenters. Read Germany is Officially Silencing ‘Hate Speech.’ And It’s Flat Out Scary. and Germany Threatens Facebook: Censor ‘Hate Speech’ or Face $50 Million Fine.
Rainer Wendt, head of one of Germany’s biggest police unions, said the murder was emblematic of something larger.
“People feel that the state has lost control,” Mr. Wendt said. “There are thousands of people in the country and we don’t know who they are. That is an enormous security risk.”
This looks like a cultural shift. Maybe. Finally, people in authority are speaking out against what Germany is doing to its own people. It’s going to take a lot more pressure from within, and possibly from without, to change Germany’s policy toward unvetted migrants.
All it took were the lives lost or forever altered by the heinous crimes of undocumented migrants. The latest a fourteen-year-old girl.
It’s not just Germany. The United Kingdom faces a similar crisis and is also silencing anyone who speaks out against it. Like our friend, Tommy Robinson.