They Won’t Pick Up Respect For Women By Osmosis…

Ghiath Al Jebawi (Syrian architect) thinks he has the solution to Cologne’s little rape problem:

It is important that the German government does its best to track down the perpetrators and penalises them appropriately, just as it is important that it takes measures to make sure that similar events don’t take place in the future.

By stopping economic migration and fake refugees?

But what may be harder to do is to draw from events in Cologne a lesson about the long-term integration of refugees.

No, on the contrary, it’s not harder at all. The lesson seems perfectly clear, to those who aren’t wedded to the increased accommodation of an invasive culture, anyway.

As I saw from several visits there to my relatives and friends who lived in temporary residences (“Heime”) in the city, such camps tend to lead to increased segregation from the local community. When migrants and refugees are located in such camps, which are also internally segregated between families and single men, people there tend to be more repressed and contained in self-enclosed social circles, operating with very little direct contact with the local community.

Or maybe the repression chicken came before the separation egg?

There are alternative strategies when it comes to resettlement: for example, refugees can be allocated equally among German regions and cities, with active policies in place to attract them to smaller cities. This guarantees a more effective interaction between newly arrived refugees and their host communities – in the long run, it results in more sustainable urban and social structures across the country.

We don’t really know what will happen ‘in the long run’ – we haven’t got there yet! Not with this type or amount of refugees.

In fact, Germany’s own historic experience shows that this approach can work. The so-called “Leverkusen model” , for example, was developed in the 1990s, when the city near Cologne was facing an influx of refugees. It was a house-sharing project that allocated decentralised accommodation to refugees in private homes among locals, as opposed to central accommodation in the large refugee camps.

This model has not been universally popular because it requires some willingness to integrate, not just from refugees but also local people, particularly in cities facing a housing shortage.

Gosh, I can’t imagine why Hans and Gelda wouldn’t be interested in ‘more integration’ after New Year’s Eve, can anyone else?

In my experience, most migrants and refugees are above all keen to start a stable life after fleeing war or poverty. A welcoming and supportive local community would help facilitate this.

In Germany, they’ve had ‘a welcoming and supportive community’. And it’s been repaid with mass sexual assault.

Hardly surprising attitudes are changing, amongst those who bear the brunt…

8 comments for “They Won’t Pick Up Respect For Women By Osmosis…

  1. ivan
    January 24, 2016 at 12:14 pm

    I can’t help wondering how a culture that so demeans women can exist in this day and age. Almost all of these migrants and refugees are fit young men that have supposedly left a dangerous area to be defended by their women while they whoop it up in luxury in a safe country.

    Strange that, if I was into conspiracy theories I would say that they were setting up a fifth column in the countries they have got to.

    • January 24, 2016 at 2:47 pm

      It’s not a fifth column Ivan, what the pollies are trying to do is fill a demographic gap in the future tax base. The current situation has more older folk are drawing state pensions, with fewer younger taxpayers meaning more strain on the state pension system.

      There’s also an element of gerrymandering as well, but I’m fairly sure that’s why they’re allowing the wholesale import of a hostile culture and hoping they integrate three generations on.

  2. January 24, 2016 at 12:40 pm

    By stopping economic migration and fake refugees?

    And there it is in one.

  3. Richard
    January 24, 2016 at 1:08 pm

    How the problem used to be handled, by one of Prince Charles’s relatives.

  4. January 24, 2016 at 4:55 pm

    Didn’t Os Mosis play for Chelsea? Used to get sent off quite often.

  5. mona
    January 24, 2016 at 5:17 pm

    My first comment is ” thats gratitude for you” from these Muslims, Is it merely the seeding of Islam ?, After reading “Review Essays, by Joseph C. Meyers on “THE QURANIC CONCEPT of WAR” by Brigadier S K Malik of the Pakistani Army, also having read ” Milestones” by Sayyid Qutb and the ” Doctrine of Slavery an Islamic Institution” by Bill Warner from the Center for the Study of Political Islam, it seems quite clear that the sexual behavior by Muslim immigrants is normal.

    • BobH
      January 24, 2016 at 6:40 pm

      At the build up to Six Day War with Israel, the Egyptian military had been promised all the rape of Israeli women they wanted. That fact is well attested from the Arab prisoners and elsewhere.

      Rape and pillage is par for the course in the Arab world, as Kuwaiti women found when invaded by Iraq.

  6. Rossa
    January 25, 2016 at 8:58 am

    After the NYE attacks came the ‘cultural misunderstanding’ in the public baths. Lewd acts (the polite version), emptying their bowels in the water and trying to ‘penetrate’ (Google translation of the Bild article) the ladies changing rooms.

    As I said earlier on NO, just wait until the Muslim men learn that if they pretend to be transgendered then it’s ‘access all female areas’ time! As the IOC have just decided to allow transgendered men to compete in women’s events and they don’t have to have their ‘bits’ removed how could it possibly go wrong?!

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