This is the kind of headline you couldn’t make up: “Gang of Muslims storm nudist pool in Germany yelling ‘Allahu Akbar’ and threatening to ‘exterminate’ women for being ‘sluts.'”
Nudists were told they would be ‘exterminated’ by a gang of Muslims who stormed into a German swimming pool yelling ‘Allahu Akbar’.
The six men, described as being in their 20s and with beards, spat at women and children because they were swimming in the nude and called all the females ‘sluts’.
The revelers were at a pool in the town of Geldern in the North Rhine-Westphalia region, known for its preference for natural form of swimming.
…[A]ccording to other witnesses the men referred to the bathers as ‘infidels.’
Interestingly, this group of Muslims apparently were not new arrivals:
The Muslim gang were fluent in German, but also threatened people in Arabic.
Following their successful raid on the nudist swimming pool, the six men “then went to a water skiing facility where they abused more civilians and staff before they were chased out by one of the workers.”
The same Daily Mail article recounts the problem of rape and other forms of sexual assault by recent immigrants in Germany’s swimming pools. There have been a number of such cases in the past year, leading liberal groups to propose a novel solution:
[T]he professional swimming association in Germany wants to reduce escalating sex attacks by refugees at public baths by training migrants to become pool lifeguards.
The Federal Association of German Swimming Professionals (BDS) says this would be ‘an inclusive measure that would benefit everyone.’
Sexually repressed young Muslim men have taken the sight of women in skimpy bathing costumes as an unspoken statement that they want sex, especially in Germany.
The idea of turning them into lifeguards responsible for security, order and cleanliness, water quality monitoring and maintenance of technical equipment would lead to a decrease in sex crimes, the group claims.
Others are skeptical:
But Cologne lifeguard chief Berthold Schmitt believes there is a ‘fundamental problem’ for refugees in 6,000 indoor and outdoor and school swimming pools in Germany.
He said: ‘The ‘new people’, as we call them, have three problems: they speak no German, have no knowledge of German or European bathing culture, and most cannot swim.’
At least 20 refugees are reported to have drowned in Germany this year.
One would be tempted to describe Germany’s immigration policies as insane, except that they are not materially different from ours.