Town erupts in outrage after German mayor tells children not to sexually provoke refugees

The mayor of a German town is lucky residents didn’t run him out on a rail after his response to concerns about Middle Eastern refugees sexually harassing young children.

It began at a town hall meeting when a man asked what his granddaughter could expect during physical education classes, according to the Daily Mail. Germany took in more than 1 million refugees in 2015 and experienced a rape jihad in several cities on New Years Eve, where hundreds of women said they were sexually assaulted by “Arab or North African men.”

“She’s under 10 and it also happened in a nearby town,” the grandfather said, according to the translation. “The girls have been harassed by the refugee children… The asylum seekers, and they get harassed from the windows [of the shelter] and things like that.”

“How will this be in the summer when the school girls wear less clothing?” he then asked.

Confident that he had a solution to the problem, Bad Schlema Mayor Jens Muller quickly replied: “That’s easy, just don’t provoke them and don’t walk in these areas.”

The entire room erupted in outrage.

“In your own country!” a man is heard screaming. “‘You cant even walk in your own city anymore?”

And even though residents continued to cry out in opposition, Muller — clearly a liberal — doubled down on his ridiculous proposal.

“Well, it’s not technically necessary for the girls to walk there,” he told the crowd. “There are alternative routes for going to school.”

Tom Tillison


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