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German Minister: Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric as Bad as Immigrants Committing Sexual Assault

The North Rhine-Westphalia Interior Minister Ralf Jaeger answers questions during a news conference in Duesseldorf, Germany, Wednesday Jan. 6, 2016. Police in Germany said Wednesday they are investigating whether a string of sexual assaults and thefts during New Year's celebrations in Cologne is linked to a known criminal network in the nearby city of Duesseldorf. The assaults last week have prompted outrage in Germany and a fresh debate about immigration, after police said the perpetrators appeared to be of "Arab or North African origin." (Monika Skolimowska/dpa via AP)

Heil to the Caliphate.

You get a thousand men roaming your streets and sexually assaulting women and the first thing you should be concerned about is making sure no one says anything bad about the guys, right?

Minister Ralf Jaeger said that while the attacks were bad, Germans must not allow right-wing anti-immigrant forces to gain legitimacy.

“What happens on the right-wing platforms and in chatrooms is at least as awful as the acts of those assaulting the women,” he said, according to the BBC. “This is poisoning the climate of our society.”

Chatrooms? Is German security working on AOL in 1997?

The ongoing timidity of public officials at all levels and all over the world who immediately voice worries about “rhetoric” or “Islamophobia” after an attack does almost as much for the terrorists as shipping them weapons. Hey, when you’ve got your enemy doing PR work for you, it frees up time to make more bombs.

This is, of course, another manifestation of PC insanity, and it is obviously a global problem. People fear being pushed out of various ideological cliques so much that their brains will actually get them to a point where harsh words about potential rapists are the same thing as rape. That’s a logical conclusion for them.

That noise you hear in the background is ISIS laughing.